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Darby---Martin and related families, ca. 1607-1988

Mrs. P. Arlene Martin
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 2 microfilm reels : geneal. tables. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript, ms., and printed materials collection (part photocopy, ca. 660 leaves) loaned for filmed by Arlene Martin, Mishawka, Indiana.

Chiefly ms. pedigree charts and family group sheets on printed forms.

Ancestors, descendants, and related families of Peggy Arlene Darby Martin and her husband, Charles Glenn Martin.

Peggy Arlene Darby was born in San Jose, California, in 1937, the daughter of Glen LaVern and Lorraine Marie Wood Darby. Her father, Glen LaVern Darby was born in 1908 at Knox, Indiana, the son of Jesse Wilbert Darby (1880-1959) and Edna Pearl Davis Darby (1883- 1971). He married Lorraine Marie Wood in 1933 in St. Joseph County, Indiana. She was born in 1913 at Watsonville, California, the daughter of Robert Archie Wood (1889-1975) and Agnes Cecelia (Peggy) Fishcer Wood (1893-1936).

Ancestors include Thomas Gleason (1607-1686 of Cambridge, Mass.); Christian Darby (1783-1852 of Ft. Wayne, Indiana); Edward Wood (b. 1805 in Kentucky); Stephen Crane (ca. 1630-after 1710 of New Jersey); and Truels Hanson Fischer (1859-1941 of Denmark and Watsonville, California).

Charles Glenn Martin was born in 1935 at Mishawaka, Indiana, the son of Harry Glenn and Geveva Pearl Overholser Martin. He married Peggy Arlene Darby in 1954 at Mishawaka, Indiana. They had four children, 1857-1964, born at South Bend, Indiana. Harry Glenn Martin was born in 1905 at North Manchester, Wabash County, Indiana, the son of Charles Edward Martin (1881-1966) and Georgia May Martin Martin (1885-1955). He married Geneva Pearl Overholser in 1927 at Mishawaka, Indiana. He died in 1963 at Mishawaka. Geneva Pearl Overholser was born in 1911 at Elkhart, Indiana, the daughter of Elmer Ordy Overholser (1878-1943) and Minnie Shank Overholser (1876- 1954). She died at Mishawaka, Indiana, in 1974.

Ancestors include Joab Martin (b. 1823 of Virginia); Jacob Oberholtzer 1767-1847 of Ohio); William Lindsey, Sr. (d. 1827 of Franklin County, Virginia); and George Shank (1815-1904 of West Virginia and Roanoke, Indiana).

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