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Hiram Solomon Senn and Mary Louise Martin Senn of KY/IN/IL

Updated April 27, 2004

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Mary Louise Martin was a full-blooded American Indian who was adopted by a John and Elizabeth Martin family that lived on a bordering county of the Ohio River of northern Kentucky in the mid-1800's to at least 1890. I am trying find out which county they lived in and if there are any relatives still in the area that may have information on this family.

Mary Louise Martin is an Americanized name which she took from her adopted family. She is my great-grandmother who married a
Hiram Solomon Senn from Perry County in southern Indiana. They eventually moved to northern Illinois and both are buried there.

I have been unable to find a marriage record indicating the date of marriage of the Martins or determine in which county they lived, although I know it is along the Ohio River from Breckenridge County up to Kenton County, KY. If anyone has more information on them, including other natural children that they may have had, and any current relatives living in the area who can help me on this, I would appreciate the help,

Thank you.
Delores K.
Knoxville, TN
email: knoxkopps@msn.com

 
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