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Meredith Lee Martin
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Sex: Female
Birth: January 27, 1919
in Candler County, Georgia
Death: January 7, 2005
in Sylvania, Screven County, Georgia
Burial: Wades Baptist Church Cemetery,
Cooperville, Screven County, Georgia
Father: Millard Pafford Martin
Mother: Ruth Lee Davis
Spouse/Partner: Arthur Willette Robinson, Jr.
Marriage: February 25, 1939
in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia

         Devoted and loyal farmer's wife and homemaker. A Home Economics graduate of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, she served as a teacher before her marriage. She was heavily involved in Wades Baptist Church, serving 5 years as Director of the Middle Baptist Woman's Missionary Union and was a leader in Sunday School, Church Training and Choir. Outside of church, she was heavily involved in community service. She was a community and service volunteer leader, holding leadership roles in the District, County and Community levels of the Homemaker and Garden Clubs. She was also an accreditted Flower Show Judge of the National Council of State Garden Clubs. She served 20 years on district and state level in the Georgia Farm Bureau. In 1962, she was recognized by Progressive Farmer magazine as Woman of the Year in service to Georgia Rural Women.

         She mourned the loss of her husband greatly and that, as much as anything else, led to her swift descent into nursing home care where her body just seemed to wear out. I believe she suffered a number of strokes during that time also.

ChildrenEdit

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Children of Arthur Willette Robinson, Jr., and Meredith Lee Martin


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ReferencesEdit

  • Augusta Chronicle, January 8, 2005.
  • FamilySearch.org - Social Security Death Index
  • Granddaughter. (name withheld by request). Personal knowledge.
  • Hollingsworth, Dixon, editor. The History of Screven County, Georgia. 1989. Fourth printing 2005.
  • Potter, Mary Ann Robinson. Personal knowledge.

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