George M. Martin, cropped from a photograph of guides at Paul Smiths Boat House. Born: c. 1844. a son of Hugh Martin and Sally Goodell

Died: April 26, 1907, age 64 and buried in Brookside Cemetery, Bloomingdale

Married: Sophronia Annett Flanders

Children: Charles, Harry P., George Jr., John, Mack, Walter

George Monroe Martin was a farmer, a Civil War veteran who served in Co. C 118th Regiment N. Y. V., and a guide. Together with Warren Flanders, he guided a party consisting of Dr. E. L. Trudeau and Lou Livingston. George Martin was one of the guides photographed by A. W. Durkee at Paul Smith's boathouse on October 2, 1885.

His farm was located a mile northeast of Bloomingdale at the intersection of Fletcher Farm Road and Campton Road.


Malone Farmer, August 6, 1902.

George M. Martin, of Bloomingdale, and Henry McNulty, of Saranac Lake, have recently been granted pensions of $8.00 per month.

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2012-11-26 10:52:14   Middle name was Monroe —199.4.225.51