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MARGARET R. MARTIN Obituary
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December 9, 2017
Dear Family of Margaret R. Martin

My name is Ann Loretta Martin. I am the Granddaughter of Patrick F. Martin who lived on E. Montgomery Avenue, purchased in 1916. He was the owner of the Tugboat business along the Delaware River.
He deceased in November, 1945. He came from Donegal, Ireland.
My father, William H. Martin, had 7 children. I am the last of the 7: 3 boys and 4 girls: Joseph P. Martin was my Uncle who also lived near P. F. Martin on E. Montgomery Ave; Charles F. Martin
was P.F.Martin's son who at 19 was in the US Army, WWI. He died shortly after coming home. My Aunts Eleanor and Margaret K. Martin were P.F. Martin's daughters. They lived in Mt Airy.
I saw the name John Martin on one of my Grandfather's documents: "Return to John Martin".
I saw the Death Notice of Margaret R. Martin and I was reminded of the history of my Family.
I have the photos of Cecilia and Maggie Ann Martin which were probably taken about 1860 or before at Benjamin J. Reimer's studio, 2nd St,Philadelphia.
I live in Philadelphia. My family lived for many years on Clearfield Street and Aramingo Avenue.
I extend to all your family my condolences.
My contact is [email protected]
Ann Loretta G. Martin
December 8, 2017
Your family is in my thoughts & prayers. I'm sorry for your loss.
December 6, 2017
My condolences to the Family. May God strengthen the Family during this difficult time. Isa. 41:1O,13.
December 6, 2017
SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE.