Biographical Sketch of Harvey C. Martin

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Martin, Harvey C., Ferrisburgh, was born in Ferrisburgh in April, 1835. He is a general farmer, stock grower, and dairyman. He represented his town in the Legislature in 1878 and ’79, and was constable and collector of his town from 1875 to 1885. He was married, in 1882, to Maria Martin. They had two children born to them — Jennie E. (who married Weller N. Prindle, who died in 1877) and Calvin C. Maria was a daughter of Medad and Eliza (Newell) Martin. Medad was born in 1803 and Eliza was born in 1804, and died in 1841. They had a family of four daughters and one son — Lucius, Louisa, Eliza, Maria. Medad was a son of Stoddard Martin. Harvey C. was a son of Calvin and Jane (Hobart) Martin. She was born in New York in 1809, and he was born in Charlotte, Chittenden county, Vt., in 1811. They had a family of two sons — John A. and Harvey S. Calvin died in June, 1885. He was a son of Nathaniel and Jerusha (Henman) Martin, who were natives of Lanesboro, Massachusetts. Calvin was a farmer in early life, and later a postmaster. Nathaniel was a son of Reuben Martin, of Massachusetts.

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