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Amos Adair Martin

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Amos Adair Martin Veteran

Birth
Bonham, Fannin County, Texas, USA
Death
9 May 1960 (aged 39)
New York, New York County, New York, USA
Burial
Paris, Lamar County, Texas, USA Add to Map
Plot
A-198-01
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Amos A. Martin, former Lamar County representative to the State Legislature, died unexpectedly Monday about 11:00 a.m. in Bellevue Hospital, New York City.

He was admitted for treatment there some time ago, after long hospitalization elsewhere for injuries suffered in an automobile wreck here, 7 Nov 1958. He received a neck fracture and concussion.

In the New York hospital, he developed pneumonia and suddenly became worse Monday, according to word received by his parents here, Mr. & Mrs. Sam O. Martin, 2472 E. Price St.

The body will be returned here for burial by Gene Roden & Sons, details being incomplete.

Amos Adair Martin, born in Fannin County, 4 Dec 1920, was a graduate of Paris High School and Paris Junior College and had been a member of Calvary Methodist Church, the American Legion, Chambar of Commerce, Jaycees and the Red River Valley Association.

He served in the US Army 1940-1945, and as a First Lieutenant in the US Air Force 1945-1948.

He was finishing his second term in the Legislature when he was injured two years ago, and at the time, was employed by the Moser Construction Co.

Surviving are his parents here; two daughters, a sister.

The Paris News, Monday, 9 May 1960
Amos A. Martin, former Lamar County representative to the State Legislature, died unexpectedly Monday about 11:00 a.m. in Bellevue Hospital, New York City.

He was admitted for treatment there some time ago, after long hospitalization elsewhere for injuries suffered in an automobile wreck here, 7 Nov 1958. He received a neck fracture and concussion.

In the New York hospital, he developed pneumonia and suddenly became worse Monday, according to word received by his parents here, Mr. & Mrs. Sam O. Martin, 2472 E. Price St.

The body will be returned here for burial by Gene Roden & Sons, details being incomplete.

Amos Adair Martin, born in Fannin County, 4 Dec 1920, was a graduate of Paris High School and Paris Junior College and had been a member of Calvary Methodist Church, the American Legion, Chambar of Commerce, Jaycees and the Red River Valley Association.

He served in the US Army 1940-1945, and as a First Lieutenant in the US Air Force 1945-1948.

He was finishing his second term in the Legislature when he was injured two years ago, and at the time, was employed by the Moser Construction Co.

Surviving are his parents here; two daughters, a sister.

The Paris News, Monday, 9 May 1960

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