|Birth: ||Jun. 12, 1888|
|Death: ||Aug., 1975|
Clarence Edward 'Clyde' Martin was born June 12, 1888 in Mount Ida, Arkansas (Montgomery County), son of Warren Woodson Martin (1845-1909) and Mary Ann 'Mollie' Moody (1855-1930). Clarence later legally changed his name to Clyde Edward Morton.
The 1900 Federal Census for South Fork, Arkansas (Montgomery County) shows Clarence E. Martin, age 11, born June 1888 in Arkansas; living with his father, Warren Woodson Martin, age 55, born March 1845 in Ireland; and his mother, Mary A., age 45, born February 1855 in Missouri. Also living in the household were Clarence's siblings: Annie E. Martin, age 16, born September 1883; Charles W. Martin, age 14, born February 1886; and Mac Martin, age 7, born November 1892; all born in Arkansas.
The Missouri Marriage Records show that Clarence Edward Martin, age 25, married Olga Agnes Mannis, age 23, on October 31, 1910 in Kansas City, Missouri (Jackson County).
The Leavenworth, Kansas, U.S. Penitentiary Records shows that Clyde Morton was incarcerated on April 26, 1915 as Inmate Number 9793.
The World War II Draft Registration Cards show that Clyde Edward Morton registered for the draft. He gave his birthdate as June 12, 1886; his birthplace as Montgomery County, Arkansas; and his age as 56. He stated that he lived at that time in Cincinatti, Ohio and that he was working for the Billboard Publishing House.
The U.S. Social Security Death Index shows that Clyde Morton, born June 12, 1888, died August 1975, and that his final residence shown on their records was Norman, Arkansas (Montgomery County).
Warren Woodson Martin (1845 - 1909)
Mary Ann Moody Martin (1855 - 1930)
Dorothy Fern Estle Morton (1914 - 1951)
William Thomas Martin (1871 - 1930)*
Idelar Martin Warneke (1874 - 1899)*
Ruth Martin Anderson (1881 - 1954)*
Annie Martin Vaught (1883 - 1955)*
Charles Warren Martin (1887 - 1963)*
Clarence Edward Martin (1888 - 1975)
Mac Warren Martin (1892 - 1977)*
Oak Hill Cemetery
Little River County
Created by: TimelessSpirits
Record added: Jun 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91596927
This is not the guy who spent time in Leavenworth. That was my Great Uncle Clyde. The Leavenworth Records say the Prisoner's mother was Lottie Morton nee Stanley and Clydes wife was Emma. Clyde Morton And Emma Highfield Baily married in Ontario certific...(Read more)|
Glenn R Morton
Added: Mar. 17, 2016
Added: Jun. 8, 2012