Person:Matilda Martin (5)

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Matilda Martin
b.3 Mar 1838 , Hunterdon, NJ
d.29 Jan 1920 Dover, Athens, Ohio
m. ABT 1830
  1. Peter Martin1831 - 1905
  2. Jamie MartinAbt 1833 -
  3. Margaret MartinAbt 1835 - Aft 1870
  4. Matilda Martin1838 - 1920
  5. Eleanor MartinAbt 1840 - 1899
  6. Hannah Martin1844 - 1914
  7. William Henry Martin1845 - 1923
  8. Charitta Martin1848 - 1926
  9. Ellen MartinAbt 1850 -
  10. Arabella Martin1852 - 1925
  11. Owen L Martin1856 - 1933
m. 9 Feb 1859
  1. James Bricker
  2. William Bricker1859 - 1940
  3. Mary Bell Bricker1860 - 1923
  4. Joseph S. BrickerAbt 1867 - Bef 1880
  5. Charlotte BrickerAbt 1869 - 1885
  6. Bertha Bricker1871 - 1949
  7. Peter M Bricker1873 - 1942
  8. Rose BrickerAbt 1875 - Aft 1946
  9. Mirty Bricker1878 - 1946
  10. Alma Bricker1881 - 1963
Facts and Events
Name Matilda Martin
Gender Female
Birth? 3 Mar 1838 , Hunterdon, NJ
Marriage 9 Feb 1859 Athens Co, Ohioto John H Bricker
Death[1][2] 29 Jan 1920 Dover, Athens, Ohio

BIRTH: Birthdate from death cert.

References
  1. Death Certificate: Certified copy in poss of Betty-Lu Baker Burton.
  2. Athens County Messenger: Athens County, Ohio
    5 Feb 1920: 30 Jan 1920, 3 Aug 2006.

    MATILDA MARTIN BRICKER
    5 Feb 1920 Athens Messenger
    Mrs. Matilda Martin Bricker, daughter of William and Mary Martin was born March 3, 1838 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, departed this life January 29, 1920 at Beaumont, Ohio, aged 81 years 10 months and 26 days. The Martin family came to Athens County in 1853 residing at The Plains, Ohio for many years.
    She was united in marriage in 1859 to John H. Bricker of Athens County who passed from this life on March 13, 1904. She was the mother of eleven children, six girls and five boys, three of them having preceded her in death. Joseph and James when very young and Charlotte at the age of 16 years. There are left to mourn their loss, three sons; Owen of New Marshfield, William of The Plains; and Peter of Beaumont; five daughters Mrs. David North and Mrs. Thomas Dickerson of Chauncey, Mrs. George Shafer, Mrs. Myrtle Pidcock and Miss Alma Bricker of Beaumont; two sisters, Mrs. Arabell Matheny of The Plains and Mrs. Charretta Cornell of Kansas City, and one brother Henry Martin of Lodi, Madison County, Ohio, thirty three grandchildren, several great grandchildren and a host of friends.
    When fourteen years of age, Mrs. Bricker united with the M.E. church at Factory, later transferring her membership to The Plains M.E. church where she has been a member all her life. Until age hindered, she was active in the church work and even in her declining years she still continued her deeds of kindness in administering to sick and needy. Her many friends have known her for her many good qualities, and for the value of her smile and even disposition. Until the last few minutes of her life she was concerned and talked more about the welfare of others than of her own afflictions.
    For the past year she has made her home with her daughter Mrs. Myrtle Pidcock of Beaumont, where she has been tenderly cared for during her illness. About nine weeks ago she was confined to her bed after a light stroke of paralysis and since this time has been growing weaker till the end came. She knew everything and talked freely till the very last and met death with faith and hope of a rich reward.
    30 Jan 1920 Athens Messenger
    Aged Woman Dead
    Beaumont-Jan 30:-Mrs. Matilda Bricker passed away Thursday at her home here at the advanced age of 81 years. Nine weeks ago she was stricken with paralysis form which she failed to recover. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Chauncey M.E. Church.
    Deceased is survived by the following children: William Bricker, The Plains; Mrs. Belle North, Mrs. Rose Dickerson, Peter Bricker; Mrs. Myrtle Pidcock, Beaumont; and Mrs. Anna Wince at home.
    6 Feb 1920 Athens Messenger
    Funeral of Mrs. Bricker was largely attended. The funeral of Mrs. Matilda Bricker who died last Thursday in the home of her daughter Mrs. Ervin Pidcock was held Sunday afternoon from the Methodist Church in Chauncey, conducted by the former pastor, Rev. S. J. Bishop, assisted by Rev. Gilbert Courtney. The funeral was very largely attended and the many beautiful floral offerings were mute evidence of the high esteem in which the deceased was held. Burial was made in the Nye cemetery here. Mrs. Bricker had reached the advanced age of 81 years and had spent her entire life in this community, and had a wide circle of friends. She is survived by a number of children.

    She was the daughter of William and Mary Martin born 3 Mar 1838 in Hunterdon Co., NJ died 29 Jan 1920 in Beaumont, Ohio. Her family came to Ohio in 1853. She married John H Bricker in 1859 and had 11 children, 6 girls and 5 boys. Mentions her brother as being a son in the 5 Feb article, but not in the 30 Jan article.

  3.   1850 Us Census;Alexandrea,Hunterdon Co,NJ;Dwelling#374; Fam#374;.

    age 13, born in New Jersey.

  4.   1870 US Census;Athens at Large,Athens,Ohio;p 50/51
    Dwelling 324: Fam 364.

    Age 31, born in New Jersey. Listed with husband, John H Bricker.

  5.   1880 US Census: Dover,Athens,Ohio: p134D. (1880 Census on computer disc)
    age 42: born in NJ: both parents born in NJ.
  6.   1900 US Census; Dover Twp,Athens Co,Ohio;ED 9; sheet 8; p 46
    Dwelling# 156, Fam# 160.

    Living with husband, age 62, Born June, 1838 in New Jersey, marr 41 years, mother of 10 children, 7 living.

  7.   Information forwarded by Lisa Baker. Original correspondence from Gary Shafer. 22 Mar 2006..

    Name given as Matilda Mann Martin, born 3 Mar 1838. She died 29 Jan 1920. Marr John H. Bricker on 9 Feb 1859.