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Living.1 Parents: William Upton MARTIN DR and Miranda Lee TODD.


Cornelia C. MARTIN1,2 was born on 2 Apr 1844. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.


Living.1 Parents: Lewis Wynne MARTIN and Living.


Edmund MARTIN1,2 was born in 1701 in Middlesex Co., Piscataway, New Jersey. Parents: James MARTIN and Living.

Spouse: Living.


Elizabeth MARTIN1,2 was born in 1730. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.

Spouse: Living. David DUNHAM and Elizabeth MARTIN were married on 17 Dec 1749.


Living.1 Parents: Benjamin MARTIN and Margaret REYNOLDS.

Spouse: Living.


Jacob MARTIN1,2 was born in 1743. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.

Spouse: Living. Jacob MARTIN and Elizabeth DUNHAM were married on 22 Feb 1764.


James MARTIN1,2 was born in 1680. Parents: Joseph MARTIN and Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Edmund MARTIN.


James MARTIN1,2 was born in 1724. He died in 1766. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.

Spouse: Living. James MARTIN and Ruth DUNHAM were married on 25 Feb 1746/47. Children were: Living, Azariah MARTIN.


James G. MARTIN1,2 was born in 1758 in VA. He died on 11 May 1848 in Fayette Co., Kentucky. He was buried in Ky. Revolutionary War Veteran whose home was one of the most architecturallysignificant of Jessamine County's brick homes. His house was probablyconstructed in the decade prior to his death in 1801.

Revolutionary War pension; VA line and Indian War Service; applied March14, 1833 in KY
and was living between Fayette and Jessamine. Soldier living with fatherin Albermarle Co., VA John Wallace was sole exc'r of soldiers estate andreferred to soldier as late of Jessamine Co. leaving no widow butchildren; Letitia Metcalf, Richard Martin, Amanda Arthurs and Lewis Y.Martin.

#S31236 Rev War Pension
James
Martin, Rev. War Private from Albemarle County, VA (Pension), who married
Judith Young, daughter of William Young, most likely from Louisa County,VA.
JAMES MARTIN R.W.S. was living on the Jessamine and Fayette County
line when he applied for a pension on March 14, 1833. He gave his age as
74 years. He entered into service in Albemarie County, Virginia. He
also serviced in Wayne's Indian War. Said he has been in Kentucky for
about 47 years. James Martin died in 1848. Mentions: children (Pension
No. S. 31236 R.W.S by Clyde Bunch

Fayette Co., tax list 1788

YOUNG, Miner
MARTIN, Alexander
MARTIN, Benjamin
MARTIN, James
MARTIN, Jerimiah
MARTIN, John
MARTIN, Samuel
MARTIN, Thomas
MARTIN, William
MARSHALL, H.
MARSHALL, John
MARSHALL, Thomas
MARSHALL, Thomas Jr.

Martin, James deeded land to Lewis Y. Martin
Deed book I-2
23 mch 1827
Jessamine Co., KY

I-2, 23 Mch 1827, Jas Martin to Lewis Y. Martin, his son, for $1000secured by Jas Martin's daughter, Eliza Martin, also for love &affection, 367 acres, Hickman Creek, Jessamine co., 'the original cornerof shelby, except 100 acres known as Bennings tract on Tates Creek.'"

AND
Martin, James (1748-1858)will abstract
from IMS genealogical files
Will Book G, p. 467
Jessamine co., KY
[TMH: People mentioned in will
James Martin, self
Lewis Y. Martin, son
4 children of LYMartin:
Ann Eliza d/o LYMartin
La Belle, d/o LYMartin
Mary Hannah, d/0 LYMartin
Cornelia, d/o LYMartin
(IMS note: he (LYMartin) had 12 children)]
Florida Martin alias Lytle (or Lytte) , granddaughter
Richard Martin, son
James Martin, s/o James Martin
Richard Routt or Rout, grandson
James Routt or Rout, grandson
Letitia Metcalf, dau.
Amanda M.F. Arthur, dau.
John Arthur, grandson]

Will Book G p. 467
1. I, James Martin in Year 1827 by deed I conveyed to Lewis Y. Martin myson the farm where I reside. wish the deed to stand.
2. Grandau. Florida Martin alias Lytle--2 negro girls Martha and Polly. 1feather bed and equippage. And a riding horse worth $60.00 all of whichshe already has.
3. Son Richard Martin and his son James Martin to have negro boy Fayette.no more.
4. Grandsons Richard and james Routt-negro boy named Thomas
5. Dau. Letitia Metcalf negro boy James
6. Dau. Amanda M.F. Arthur, negro boy John
7. Grandson John Arthur negro Susan until he/she? is 21
8. susan to be emancipated when he/she comes of age and her heirs theproperty of John arthur
9. ann eliza La Belle. Mary hanna and Cornelia. children of lewis Y.Martin my negro Peggy.
10. Son Lewis Y. Martin to act as guardian to four children above (IMSnote to RNS: no punctuation in list of children so unsure of which goeswith which]
11. Servants Henry, Celia and Charity emancipated after my death
12. Negro man Henry shall have his bed and bedding my blacksmith toolsand a mare (he already has)
13. Negro woman Charity shall have her bed and bedding and bay mare Polk
14. Household goods sold and proceeds divided between daus. LetitaMetcalf and Amanda Arthur grandson John Arthur and my friends JohnWallace and Parker Todhunter to be my executors

Written Apr 8, 1848
James Martin his mark
Probated May Court 1848
Executors: John Wallace, Parker Todhunter."


was born in Albemarle County, Virginia on August 18, 1758..(431) Jamesdied May 11, 1848 at his home on Tate's Creek Road, Jessamine County,Kentucky.(432)

He married Judah Young born in 1772 in Virginia.(433) .(434) Judah died1841 at 69 years of age.(435) [Shreve Family.FTW] [Brøderbund WFT Vol.16, Ed. 1, Tree #2072, Date of Import: Jan 17, 1999]

James G. Martin, Revolutionary War Veteran, whose home was one of themost architectually significant of Jessamine County's brick homes. Hishouse was probably constructed in the decade prior to his death in 1801.(1790's) James Martin was a private in the Virginia line in theRevolutionary War.

After the war, he went from Albermerle County, Virginia to JessamineCounty, Kentucky and settled there. (per the History of the Lewis Familyby W. T. Lewis) Same information related in the pedigree of WilliamMcChesney Martin to be found in The Compendium of American Genealogy,Volume 4, page 379. However, the Compendium lists John Martin as hisFather, rather than Thomas Martin.

James Martin was placed on the pension role of Jessamine County, Kentuckyin 1833 at the age of 75 for service of private in the Virginia Lineduring the Revolutionary War. (From the DAR application of Lou Ann MartinFrazee, his great granddaughter.) From the Jessamine County RevolutionaryWar Pension applications: James Martin The above name soldier was livingon the line of Fayette and Jessamine Counties. when he applied forpension on 14 Mar 1833, age 74 years last August. He enlisted inAlbemarle County, Virginia in 1779. He also served in Wayne's Indian War.He stated that he left his father's house in 1788 and never lived thereafterward. In 1833 he stated that he had been living in KY about 47years. When he died in 1848 he left the following children: LetitiaMetcalf, Richard Martin, Amanda Arthurs and Lewis T. (sic) Martin.Pension Application no. S-31236.

The house that James Martin built is still standing as of December 1998.The land that this house was built on was probably an grant claimed byJames Martin as a payment of his war service. The exact date ofconstruction is not known but thought to be after the war, approximately1790. There is no record of his grant application in either FayetteCounty (formed in 1798 nor in Jessamine County.) However, Fayette Countyrecords do indicate the property as being owned by Judith Young Martin,his wife, in 1791. In that year, they sold 9 acres along Hickman Creekfor a number of "pounds, lawfull money" to James Young, probably abrother of Judith's. A picture of the house can be found in the scrapbookattached to James Martin. A brick from his house is in the possession ofPat Tachick, his great-great-great-great granddaughter. This house wasbeing remodeled in December of 1998 to become a bed and breakfast. Thishouse is located in Jessamine County on Tate's Creek Road. James Martinis supposedly buried on the grounds of his house, but not grave site waslocated by this writer. This house was inherited by his son, Lewis YoungMartin, who had a ranch there all of his life. Lewis Young Martin'swidow, Ann Barnett Shreve continued to live at this house after herhusband's death. Upon her death in 1887, her son, William Upton Martininherited the house. Dr. Martin sold the house, then 206 acres in 1889 toWilliam Tandy Chenault, who in 1893 sold it to a V. K. Tudor. In 1915, itpassed to Lee Congleton, who in 1917 sold it to Addie and Charles McCray.McCray sold the property in 1937 to Hugh R. Taylor, who in 1941 sold itMr. and Mrs. Robinson. The intervening years has seen the removal oftwo-story columns, traces of which remain on the Flemish Bond front. TheRobinsons removed a "bungalow-type" porch that had been substituted. Thehouse Martin built has a simple L-shaped plan-two rooms on each floor inthe main Two-story section now backed by a lower two story section and aone story kitchen. The simplicity of the plan and the exterior contrastswith the elaborately carved woodwork on the interior. Oddly enough, bothare indications of its early construction. In 1844, when the old soldierprobably was 86, he legally declared that "finding myself unable andunwilling from my age to mange my farm Negroes think it best upon duereflection to hand over the whole concern to my son Lewis G. (sic)Martin." Martin apparently died the next year. His will was proved inOctober 1845. His son, Lewis Young Martin, in turn left the property tohis wife, Ann Barnett Shreve, when he died at the burning of thesteamship, Eliza Battle on the Tombigee River. On the grounds of the farmare the remains of an old distillery and the foundations of the firstBaptist Church can be seen. According to an article in the SundayHerald-Leader on January 18, 1959, James Martin, although handing over"the possession of the farm upon which I now live, " reserved "the house,garden, one stable lot, the spring lot and so much of the orchard as Imay want for my own use." The next year he did indeed want for his ownuse part of the orchard. He was buried in a corner of it under a stonejust as he probably would have wished: "Here lies an old soldier of '76".The initial "G" indicated in James G. Martin's name comes from anewspaper article written about his house and the newly remodeled jobdone in the early 1960's. No other record of this initial has been foundto date. This same article, the original in possession of Mrs. FrancisCornelia Martin Troutman, and a copy of which is in the possession of PatTachick, P.O. Box 573, Sandia Park, NM, indicates that Martin's last namewas at times spelled Martain. Martin must have been in his late teenswhen he fought the British during the Revolutionary War. Collins' Historyof Kentucky names his as one of Jessamine's (County) surviving soldiersof the Revolution and gives his approximate age as 82 in 1840. Accordingto The Compendium of American Genealogy, Disk 2, Volume IV, LineageRecords, First Famlilies of America, pedigree of William McChesneyMartin, located on page 379, JOHN MARTIN is the Father of James Martinand JANE GREGGS is his Mother. James Martin applied for a pension basedupon his service in the revolutionary war on March 14, 1833, Applicationnumber S-31236. He joined the Virginia Line in Albermarle County,Virginia in 1779 and was a private. He also served in Wayne's Indian War.

James G. Private Martin and Judah Young had the following children:

197 i. Letitia6 Martin was born on (birth date unknown). She married (?)Metcalf.

198 ii. Richard Martin was born on (birth date unknown).

199 iii. Amanda Martin was born on (birth date unknown). She married (?)Arthurs.

+ 129 iv. Lewis Young Martin was born WFT Est. 1781-1810.(436)

From Pat Tachick Parents: Living and Living.

Spouse: Judith YOUNG. James G. MARTIN and Judith YOUNG were married in 1788 in Albemarle Co., VA. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Lewis Young MARTIN.


Living.1

Spouse: Living. Children were: James G. MARTIN.


John MARTIN1,2 was born on 16 May 1715. He died in 1760. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Martha RUNYAN.

Spouse: Priscilla DUNHAM.


John , The First MARTIN1,2 was born in 1626 in Dover Colony. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Moved to New Jersey] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Oyster River in NJ] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: At Piscataway] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Assistant Justice] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Assoc. mthly court] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Asst. ct. of sessions] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Assistant Justice] He died in 1687 in Piscataway, New Jersey. Perhap some of the Martin's you have listed is descended from John Martin
b.1620 who married Esther Roberts b. 1628 in Dover, NH in 1646. Theysettled
in Piscataway, NJ 1666, after they married. Have you seen the book called"The
Martin Family of America" written by Louise Martin Mohler in 1983? Lot of
information there, it showed John Martin lineage back (four generations)to
Richard Martin of Poulehurst in com. Kent England.

*williammartin1@@aol.com

Searching for Edmund Martin b. 1701/2 Middlesex Co. Piscataway. MarriedJane
(don't know her last name). His father was James Martin b.1680 m. Hannah
Smith. His grandfather was Joseph Martin b. approx. 1652 m. Sarah Trotter.
His ggrandfather was John Martin d. 1687 m. Esther Roberts. He immigrated
from England to Dover NH and then moved with his family and friends to
establish Piscataway (named after the Piscataqua region of NH).

Spouse: Esther ROBERTS. John , The First MARTIN and Esther ROBERTS were married in 1646 in Dover, New Hampshire. Children were: Joseph MARTIN, Benjamin MARTIN, Lydia MARTIN.


Jonathan MARTIN1,2 was born on 12 Jun 1687 in Piscataway, New Jersey. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Will dated] He died in Aug 1768 in Piscataway, New Jersey. Will dated May 4, 1768, prov. August 17, 1768. A prominent settler ofPiscataway, near the Baptist Church. He was descendant of Oscar Martinand Frederick Martin, who lived near the old place.

See Fayette Co. History Vol 11
page 711. The old burial ground has some familiar names Joseph Shepherdand
William Griffin Parents: Benjamin MARTIN and Margaret REYNOLDS.

Spouse: Elizabeth DUNHAM. Jonathan MARTIN and Elizabeth DUNHAM were married in 1706. Children were: Mary MARTIN, Mercy MARTIN, Jonathan MARTIN.

Spouse: Martha RUNYAN. Jonathan MARTIN and Martha RUNYAN were married in 1713. Children were: John MARTIN, Martha MARTIN, Mercy MARTIN, Ann MARTIN.

Spouse: Dinah PYATT. Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT were married in 1722 in Piscataway, NJ. Children were: Living, Living, James MARTIN, Peter MARTIN, Elizabeth MARTIN, Rachel MARTIN, Catharine MARTIN, Jacob MARTIN.


Jonathan MARTIN1,2 was born on 19 Mar 1708/9. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Elizabeth DUNHAM.

Spouse: Living. Jonathan MARTIN and Martha DUNN were married on 11 May 1732.


Joseph MARTIN1,2 was born in 1652. Parents: John , The First MARTIN and Esther ROBERTS.

Spouse: Living. Children were: James MARTIN.


Judith Catharine MARTIN1,2 was born on 16 Jun 1830. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.


La Belle MARTIN1,2 was born on 4 Apr 1840. She died on 9 Jun 1881. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.


Living.1 Parents: James G. MARTIN and Judith YOUNG.

Spouse: Living.


Lewis Ann MARTIN1,2 was born on 11 Sep 1848. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.


Lewis Wynne MARTIN1,2 was born in 1879. He died in St Louis, MO. Lewis Wayne Martin married a Miss Carlton, and had one daughter. Theylived in St. Louis.
[Pat Tachick.FTW]

Sources:
Title: Cornelia C. (Martin) Dowler letter to niece, Frances{ Martin]Troutman
Repository:
Note: original in the possession of Pat Tachick, P.O. Box 573, SandiaPark, NM 87047 gtachick@@msn.com Parents: Thomas Lewis MARTIN and Hetty Love MCCHESNEY.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.


Lewis Young MARTIN1,2,264 was born on 3 Jun 1806 in Fayette Co., Kentucky. He died on 11 Mar 1858 in Tombigee River, Alabama. He was buried in Lexington, Ky. Lewis Martin house was built in 1837. The home was known as Ivywood.

Lewis Y. Martin, son
4 children of LYMartin:
Ann Eliza d/o LYMartin
La Belle, d/o LYMartin
Mary Hannah, d/0 LYMartin
Cornelia, d/o LYMartin mentioned in James G. Martin will Parents: James G. MARTIN and Judith YOUNG.

Spouse: Ann Barnett SHREVE. Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE were married on 22 Nov 1826 in Jessamine Co., KY. Children were: Sarah Ann MARTIN, Judith Catharine MARTIN, Luther Alexander MARTIN, William Upton MARTIN DR, Mary Fanning MARTIN, Ann Elizabeth MARTIN, La Belle MARTIN, Mary Hannah MARTIN, Cornelia C. MARTIN, Shreve Lewis MARTIN, Lewis Ann MARTIN, Thomas Lewis MARTIN.


Luther Alexander MARTIN1,2 was born on 21 May 1832. He died on 2 Sep 1896. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Ann M. BARNES.


Lydia MARTIN1,2 was born after 1658. Parents: John , The First MARTIN and Esther ROBERTS.

Spouse: John II SMALLEY.


Living1 was born. Parents: William McChesney MARTIN and Mary Rebecca WOODS.


Martha MARTIN1,2 was born on 16 Apr 1716. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Martha RUNYAN.


Martha Curry MARTIN1,2 was born in 1877. Martha Curry Martin married Felix Anderson and lived in St. Louis,Missouri.
[Pat Tachick.FTW] Parents: Thomas Lewis MARTIN and Hetty Love MCCHESNEY.

Spouse: Living.


Mary MARTIN1,2 was born on 21 Sep 1707. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Elizabeth DUNHAM.


Mary Fanning MARTIN1,2 was born on 4 Apr 1836. She died on 12 Apr 1837. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.


Mary Hannah MARTIN1,2 was born on 10 Apr 1842. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.


Mercy MARTIN1,2 was born on 21 Sep 1707. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Elizabeth DUNHAM.

Spouse: Living.


Mercy MARTIN1,2 was born on 16 Apr 1718. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Martha RUNYAN.


Living.1


Living.1 Parents: Benjamin MARTIN and Margaret REYNOLDS.


Peter MARTIN1,2 was born in 1727. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.

Spouse: Anna LADNER. Peter MARTIN and Anna LADNER were married in Dec 1748.


Rachel MARTIN1,2 was born in 1733. Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.

Spouse: Living. John MUNDAY and Rachel MARTIN were married on 19 Jan 1753.


Living.1


Living.1 Parents: James G. MARTIN and Judith YOUNG.

Spouse: Living.


Living.1

Spouse: Shreve Lewis MARTIN.


Living.1 Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.


Living.1 Parents: James MARTIN and Living.

Spouse: Living.


Sarah Ann MARTIN1,2 was born on 28 Sep 1828. She died on 15 Jun 1861. She died in 1861. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living. George W. MCMILLEN and Sarah Ann MARTIN were married in 1849. Children were: Mary Rhodes MCMILLEN.


Shreve Lewis MARTIN1,2 was born on 18 Jul 1846. He died on 21 Apr 1891. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Living.

Spouse: Living.


Thomas Lewis MARTIN1,2 was born on 23 Jun 1852. He died in 1925. Richard A. Martin living in New York, cousin of Belle Shreve NunezWarden, gave Belle a Thomas Hardy book. Could this be Richard's family??



Thomas Lewis Martin of Lexington, Kentucky and St. Louis, Missouri was agrain dealer. (The Compendium of American Genealogy, Volume 4, page 379in the pedigree of William McChesney Martin.)
[Pat Tachick.FTW]
Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Hetty Love MCCHESNEY. Children were: William McChesney MARTIN, Martha Curry MARTIN, Lewis Wynne MARTIN, Living.


Living1 was born. Parents: Thomas Lewis MARTIN and Hetty Love MCCHESNEY.


Living.1 Parents: Jonathan MARTIN and Dinah PYATT.


William McChesney MARTIN1,2 was born on 2 Jul 1874. He died in St Louis, MO. William McChesney Martin received an A.B. from Washington and LeeUniversity in 1895. He was a member of P.B.K., Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi.He received his L.L.B. egree from St. Louis Law School (WashingtonUniversity) in 1900. Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent, Federal ReserveBank of St. Louis, 1914-1928, governor since 1929. Author (see Who's Whoin America) Trustee of Washington and Lee University. Member of MemorialPresbyterian Church of St. Louis. Member Missouri Historical Society,Kentucky Society Club, Noonday, University, Racquet, Glen Echo CountyClub. Residence: 5055 Waterman Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri.

According to an newspaper article, the original of which is in thepossession of Francis Cornelia Martin Troutman, with a copy in thepossession of Pat Tachick, William McChesney Martin, Jr. was thepresident of the New York Stock Exchange when he was only 33 years old.His salary at that time was $48,000 per annum. He was drafted into thearmy and as the story goes, his sergeant said to him, "I have met somestupid men in my day but I never met anyone like you. I don't know yourname but you're awfully lucky to be in the army. You couldn't make aliving anywhere else."

Parents: Thomas Lewis MARTIN and Hetty Love MCCHESNEY.

Spouse: Mary Rebecca WOODS. William McChesney MARTIN and Mary Rebecca WOODS were married on 21 Nov 1906. Children were: Living, Living.


Living1 was born. Parents: William McChesney MARTIN and Mary Rebecca WOODS.


William Reed MARTIN1,2 was born on 12 Dec 1898. He died on 9 Aug 1983. Parents: William Upton MARTIN DR and Miranda Lee TODD.


William Upton MARTIN DR1,2 was born on 16 Jun 1834 in Jessamine Co., KY. He died on 16 Nov 1919 in Lexington, Ky. He was buried in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, KY. Parents: Lewis Young MARTIN and Ann Barnett SHREVE.

Spouse: Miranda Lee TODD. William Upton MARTIN DR and Miranda Lee TODD were married on 21 Jun 1897 in Lexington, Ky. Children were: Living, William Reed MARTIN.

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