Free Genealogy Biography of Aaron Martin
Pennsylvania Volunteer of the Civil War
Aaron Martin, located in Atchison and commenced the practice of law May 11, 1871; since which time he has been continuously engaged in his profession in that city. In the spring of 1879, he became associated with W. Durve as a partner -prior to which time he was alone. Mr. Martin is a native of Westmoreland County, Pa. was educated at Millersville State Normal School in Lancaster County, Pa., and graduated from the Law Department of Michigan University, soon after which time he removed to Atchison.
He served for about a year, commencing in the fall of 1862, in the One Hundred and Thirty-Fifth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 135th Regiment; was mustered out of service and re-enlisted in Company A, One Hundred and Ninety-Fifth Pennsylvania, 195th Regiment, in 1864, serving one hundred days as Orderly Sergeant in the latter regiment.
He is a member of the Knights of Honor.
Source: History of the State of Kansas; William G. Cutler; A.T. Andreas, Chicago, IL; 1883
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