|Birth: ||Mar. 6, 1824|
|Death: ||Aug. 8, 1903|
Martindale, John A.
Death of John A. Martindale
Mr. John A. Martindale, of Addison township, long known and respected as an honorable good citizen died this Saturday morning, August 8, 1903, at 3 o’clock at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Jesse James, of Kyger, aged about 78 years.
His funeral will be preached by Rev. W. J. Fulton at 10 o’clock Sunday. He was an old soldier, a good citizen and had been Justice of the Peace and held other positions of trust, and was a man well liked by all who knew him.
He left three sons and three daughters, his wife dying several years ago. Only a part of his children can be here to attend the last sad rites of an affectionate father whom they loved and with whom they parted with regret.
Gallipolis Daily Tribune
Saturday, August 6, 1903
Transcribed by Sandy L. Milliron
Old Pioneer Gone
Mr. John Martindale, one of the oldest residents of the county, died at the home of his youngest daughter, Mrs. Minnie James, at Bulaville, last Saturday morning, August 8, 1903, aged 79 years 5 months and 2 days. His wife died 14 years ago.
Mr. Martindale was born in Meigs County and moved to this county with his parents when only a lad. He was married to Miss Rhoda Plymale, a sister of Hugh, Al, June and John A. Plymale, on July 25, 1846, and to this union 12 children were born, 4 boys and 8 girls and of them 3 boys and 4 girls are living, David, of Nebraska; Hugh, of Huntington, W. Va., and Joseph, of Illinois; and daughters Orinda Kelley, Belle Pierce, Mec. Richmond of Nebraska, and Mrs. Minnie James of Bulaville.
Mr. Martindale it will be remembered suffered a stroke of paralysis at the home of his nephew, Chas. King, of Clipper Mill, on July 3rd last and though the best of care and medical skill was supplied he gradually became weaker until he passed away as above stated.
He was a veteran of the civil war having been a member of the 141st Ohio. He repeatedly served his people in positions of trust as Township Trustee, Clerk, Justice and Postmaster at Bulaville and at all times commanded the respect and confidence of all his neighbors. He was a staunch Democrat and served many years on various committees. Always courteous, kind and obliging he was a favorite with all who knew him.
The funeral services were held Sunday morning by Rev. W. J. Fulton, of Rio Grande, interment following at the Campaign Church by undertaker Hix. Peace to his ashes. Green be the grave where sleeps our departed friend.
[Note: Tombstone has March 6, 1824 - Unit Co E 141st OVI]
Aug 14, 1903
Transcribed by Maxine Marshall
David Martindale (1798 - 1837)
Mary Darst Martindale (1800 - 1878)
Rhoda Plymale Martindale (1827 - 1889)
Mary Esteline Martindale Toman (1850 - 1895)*
Minnie A Martindale James (1869 - 1934)*
John Alexander Martindale (1824 - 1903)
Margaret Martindale Pierce (1825 - 1907)*
James W. Martindale (1835 - ____)*
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