Martha Rountree (1778 - 1871)

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Martha Rountree
1778 - 1871
updated February 06, 2019
Martha Rountree was born on October 1, 1778 in . She died on June 7, 1871 in Stanfordsville, Georgia at 92 years of age.

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Martha Rountree was born on in North Carolina US

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Martha Rountree died on June 7, 1871 in Stanfordsville, Georgia at 92 years old. She was born on October 1, 1778 in . We are unaware of information about Martha's family or relationships.
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1778 - 1871 World Events

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In 1803, by the time she was 25 years old, on March 1st, Ohio became the 17th state of the United States. Because Congress never passed a resolution declaring Ohio a state, however, it wasn't until 1953 that Ohio retroactively became an official state.

In 1816, at the age of 38 years old, Martha was alive when on December 11th, Indiana was admitted as the 19th state in the Union. The name "Indiana" means “land of the Indians”.

In 1832, by the time she was 54 years old, on August 2nd, the Bad Axe Massacre ended the last major Native American rebellion east of the Mississippi River. The Massacre was the last battle of the war between white settlers and militia in Illinois and Michigan Territory and the Sauk and Fox tribes. 400 - 500 of the Native American warriors were killed outright. Some escaped but were soon killed by Sioux, who were working with the US soldiers.

In 1849, she was 71 years old when on February 14th, President James Polk had his photograph taken in New York City. He was the first President to have his photo taken.

In 1871, in the year of Martha Rountree's passing, on March 22nd, William Holden became the first governor of a U.S. state - North Carolina - to be impeached and removed from office. His impeachment and removal was related to charges arising from his attempted suppression of the Ku Klux Klan.

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Martha A. (Colley) Rountree
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Martha M. (Hooper) Rountree
Born: around 1936
TX
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California
Martha J Rountree
Jan 8, 1926 - Aug 12, 2007
Woodinville, WA
Martha Rountree
Nov 4, 1939 - February 1986
Martha Rountree
Feb 4, 1895 - March 1985
Birmingham, Alabama
Martha Rountree
Feb 8, 1918 - April 1985
Oak Park, Illinois
Martha R Rountree
May 4, 1914 - Dec 8, 1991
Peachtree City, GA
Martha M Rountree
Jan 21, 1921 - Feb 9, 1997
Sunbury, NC
Martha N Rountree
Jun 25, 1882 - Feb 15, 1972
Fremont, NC
Martha Rountree
Apr 12, 1897 - Feb 2, 2005
Wilson, NC
Martha Rountree
Jun 6, 1899 - Sep 1, 1991
New Bern, NC

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Richardson Rountree
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Mary Rountree
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