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John Thomas Martin
Captain, United States Army
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Courtesy of Michael Stein:

Captain John Thomas Martin
 Born December 28, 1865
Died April 5, 1906

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of the Gulf May-July 1899
Acting Judge Advocate General, Department of the Gulf July-October 1899
On sick leave 1899-00
Commanding Officer, Battery at Ft. Barrancas, Florida 1900
Served at Jackson Barracks, Louisiana 1900-01
Served at Sandy Hook Proving Ground 1901-02
Student, School of Submarine Defenses, Ft. Totten 1902-03
Company Commander at Ft. Hancock 1903-04
Company Commander at Ft. Schuyler
Battery Commander at Ft. D.A. Russell 1905-06
Sick in Manila 1906
Sailed for U.S., March 26, 1906
Died at Sea April 5, 1906, aged 40


John Thomas Martin of Ohio, Born 28 December 1865
Appointed from Ohio, Cadet, United States Military Academy, 14 June 1885 (8)
Second Lieutenant, 4th United States Artillery, 12 June 1889
First Lieutenant, 5th United States Artillery, 1 February 1896
Transferred to the 1st United States Artillery, 9 July 1897
Captain, Artillery Corps, 2 February 1901
Died 5 April 1908 (?)

Posted: 19 July 2003  Updated: 6 September 2003  Updated: 10 September 2005
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JT Martin Gravesite PHOTO June 2003
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 28 June 2003
 Secton 1, Arlington National Cemetery