Harry B MARTIN in Valley Falls, Rensselear County, New York, USA. He married Alice Maye KNIBBS 13 January 1952 in Greenwich, Washington County, New York, USA. He died 01 November 2009. Alice Maye KNIBBS, daughter of Harold James KNIBBS and Pearl Nancy PALMATIER , was born 18 September 1935 in Stillwater, Rensselear County, New York, USA. She died 04 November 2014 in Sumterville, Sumter County, Florida, USA.

Children of Harry B MARTIN and Alice Maye KNIBBS are:
1. Carol MARTIN, b. Private See Albert DRESCHER & Carol MARTIN OR Charles COSTELLO & Carol MARTIN
2. Michael MARTIN, b. Private
3. Julie MARTIN, b. Private
4. Dean MARTIN, b. Private
5. Brian MARTIN, b. Private

Marriage Notes for Harry B MARTIN\Alice Maye KNIBBS:

From the Saratogian, Wednesday, 16 Jan 1952.
Miss Knibbs, Harry Masrtin Take Vows.
Stillwater - Miss Alice Mae Knibbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knibbs, Stillwater, became the bride Sunday of Pfc. Harry B. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin, Greenwich. The wedding took place at 1 p.m. in the parsonage of the Methodist Church, Greenwich, and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. John Edgerton, pastor.
Miss Sylvia Knibbs, Stillwater, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Harry Everett, Greenwich, was best man.
The bride wore a blue ballerina length taffeta dress with black hat and accessories and a shouder corsage of red roses. Tje maid of honor wore a pink taffeta dress of ballerina length with black hat and accessories and a corsage of white roses.
Following the ceremony a reception for the bridal party was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin, of Greenwich.
The couple then left for Fort Benning, Ga., where Pfc. Martin is stationed and they plan to make their home near the base. Mrs. Martyin attended Stillwater Central School and Pfc. Martyin attended Greenwich Scvhool and prior to entering the Army was employed at the Steven Thompson Mill, Greenwich.


From The Greenwich Journal and Fort Edward Advertiser., January 16, 1952:
Martin - Knibbs
Miss Alice Mae Knibbs, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Harold Knibbs of Stillwater, and Harry B. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin of Valley Falls, were married at 1 o’clock Sunday afternoon, January 13. at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. Charles R. Edgiington, pastor of the Centenary Methodise church.
The bride’s sister, Miss Sylvia Knibbs, of Stillwater and Harry Everett of Valley Falls attended the couple.
The bridegroom is a member of the United States army.

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Sources for Harry B MARTIN:

  1. Personal Contact with Ana Knibbs Rizzo,
  2. Obituary,

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From The Saratogian, 22 December, 1944:
3 Churches Hold Holiday Parties
Stillwater—The three Protestant churches of the village held Christmas parties last evening.
In the Methodist Church a program was presented by the children of the Sunday School at 7:30 under the direction of Mrs. Leonard Kellogg Jr., Mrs. Louis Booth and Mrs. Frank Alexik. The program, announced by Mrs. Edna Baker, follows;
Christmas carols, recitations. Tiny Tot, Carl Schellenger; A Great Big Greeting, Linda Sue Kellogg; Christmas Morning, Hazel Parker; The Christmas Tree, Alice Knibbs; What Shall I Give, Sandra Robinson; Christmas carols; recitations. A Little Helper, Harolyn Bardwell.
My Gift. James Schellenger: recitations, To Be Like him, Sylvia Knibbs; exercise. Last Year's Dollies Eleanor Lowell, Annetta Smith and Patricia Parker; recitation, Even Little Children, Donald Bardwell; My Christmas Star, Velma Bryan; exercise, Sharing Christmas. George Crandall, Wil-liam Banks, Wayne Mann, Paul Parker, Harry Crandall and Ernest Parker.


Published in The Saratogian on Nov. 7, 2014:
Alice (Knibbs) Martin LEESBURG, FL - Alice (Knibbs) Martin, 79 of Leesburg, FL passed away after a short illness at Lane Purcell Hospice House on Nov. 4th 2014. Alice was married to Harry B. Martin for almost 60 years until he passed away on Nov. 1st 2009. Alice worked as a nurse for many years and touched the lives of many people. She will be remembered by her 3 surviving siblings, 5 children, 6 surviving grand children and 14 great grand children. She was a long time native of Stillwater, NY. A memorial service will be planned for the spring.

Sources for Alice Maye KNIBBS:

  1. Personal Contact with Ana Knibbs Rizzo,
  2. Obituary,

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