Martyn Family History

Scott H. Martyn
Chicago, IL  60611
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George PATTON [218]
(1860-1934)
Mary Ann MOYLAN [219]
(Abt 1862-1928)
Opal May PATTON [217]
(1908-1968)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Norman C. PENNINGTON [153]

Opal May PATTON [217] 215

  • Born: 18 June 1908, Pickford, Chippewa, Michigan, United States 219
  • Marriage (1): Norman C. PENNINGTON [153] on 24 June 1926 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa, Michigan, United States 214
  • Died: 25 October 1968 at age 60 220
  • Buried: After 25 October 1968

   FamilySearch ID: KK38-G7L. Find a Grave ID: 73567994.

  General Notes:

Marriage was a double wedding with Margaret's sister, Margaret.

  Burial Notes:

Bruce, Chippewa, Michigan, United States

  Noted events in her life were:

1. She worked as a teacher on 24 June 1926. 215



2. She appeared in the household of Norman C. PENNINGTON [153] in the 1930 United States census on 15 April 1930 in Bruce, Chippewa, Michigan, United States. 1930_USA_MI_Chippewa_17-2_2_03b_Bruce



3. She was buried at the Oaklawn Chapel Gardens after 25 October 1968. Oaklawn Chapel Gardens Photos
Bruce, Chippewa, Michigan, United States (Oaklawn Chapel Gardens, 15264 S. Highway M-129, Bruce Township, Michigan 49783, United States.)


Opal married Norman C. PENNINGTON [153] [MRIN: 97], son of Charles Albert PENNINGTON [142] and Mary Jane DUNN [152], on 24 June 1926 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa, Michigan, United States.214 (Norman C. PENNINGTON [153] was born on 26 April 1908 in Pickford, Chippewa, Michigan, United States,216,217 died in October 1975 218 and was buried in October 1975.)


  Marriage Notes:

Reverend John Ver Straate, clergyman presided over the ceremony. Witnesses were Margaret Patton and Wilford Bawks. This was a double wedding with the two witness also being wed. Norman and Opal appear as witnesses in the other couples marriage record.

At the time of the marriage, Norman was 23, Opal 22.