Person:Harriet Martin (13)

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Harriet Martin
b.21 MAR 1848 Ohio, United States
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Name[2] Harriet Martin
Married Name Harriet Stevens
Married Name[1][2] Harriet Spilman
Gender Female
Birth[2] 21 MAR 1848 Ohio, United States
Marriage 31 Dec 1877 Roxbury, McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesAlexander and Harriet were married. The 1910 U.S. census states that this was the second marriage for each of them.
to Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 1 Jun 1880 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesA. C. Spilman (occ. farmer) was residing with wife Harriet, daughter May, son James A., stepdaughter Gertrude Stephens, and stepson Frank Stephens. It was recorded that May and James were attending school during the year.
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1885 Gypsum Creek twp., McPherson co., Kansas, United States(in the Roxbury postal area)
A. C. Spilman (occ. farmer and stock raiser) was residing with [wife] Harriet, [son] Alfred E., [stepdaughter] Gertrude M. Stevens, [stepson] Frank Stevens (occ. farmer), Pearl Salter (occ. school teacher), Metta U. Martin, Georgiana Martin, and F. S. Atwood (occ. farmer). (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was recorded that Gertrude, Frank, Metta, and Georgiana were attending school within the year. A. C. was the assessor for this census record.
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1895 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United StatesA. C. Spilman (occ. lawyer) was residing with [wife] Harriett, [daughters] Mignon, Marion, [son] Chas. C., and [stepson] Frank Stevens (occ. farmer). (No relationships are recorded in this census.) It was recorded that Mignon, Marion, and Chas. were each born in Kansas, and Mignon and Marion were attending school within the year.
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 1 Jun 1900 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United Statesat W. Kansas Ave., in a home that was owned free of mortgage
A. C. Spilman (occ. abstractor) was residing with his wife Harriet, daughters “Migonett” and Marion E., son Charles C., and stepson Frank Stephens (occ. painter). It was recorded that five of Harriet's six children were living, and Migonett, Marion, and Charles each attended school.
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 1 Mar 1905 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United Statesin a home that was owned
A. C. Spilman (occ. abstractor) was residing with [wife] Harriett, [daughters] Minnie, Marion A., [son] Chas. C., and [stepson] Frank Stevens (occ. painter). (No relationships are recorded in this census.)
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Census 15 Apr 1910 McPherson, McPherson co., Kansas, United Statesat W. Kansas Ave., in a home that was owned free of mortgage
Alex C. Spillman (occ. abstractor, on own account) was residing with his wife Harriet, daughters “Mignett” and Marion A. (both occ. public school teacher), and son Charles Clay (occ. student at state university). It was recorded that four of Harriet's six children were living, and Mignett, Marion, and Charles each attended school.
with Alexander Carraway Spilman
Death[2] 6 MAR 1922 McPherson, McPherson, Kansas, United States
Burial[1][2] 8 MAR 1922 McPherson Cemetery, McPherson, McPherson, Kansas, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Harriet Spilman, Block 44, Lot 7, McPherson City Cemetery Burials, in Pelnar, Gerald. McPherson County, Kansas Cemeteries. (Online: Gerald Pelnar).

    Gives the burial date as 6 March 1922, but it is probably the date of death instead.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 “Obituary: Harriet Martin Spilman”, in The McPherson Daily Republican. (McPherson, Kansas), p 2, Fri., 10 March 1922.

    Abstract:

    Harriet Martin Spilman born 21 March 1848 in Ohio; died 6 March 1922 at McPherson, after 10 days of paralysis. She married 31 Dec. 1877, to Alex C. Spilman. She was a member of the Presbyterian church about the last 25 years.

    Preceded by son, Alfred. Survived by daughter, Miss Mignonette (Denton, Texas); daughter, Miss Marion (McPherson); son, C. Clay Spilman (Toledo, Ohio); step-daughter, Mrs. Jacobson (Roxbury); step-son, James Spilman (Roxbury); 2 brothers and sisters, and 4 grandchildren.

    Funeral services at her home, Wed. 8 March 1922. Interment in McPherson Cemetery.