Charles & Paul Martin, 1917

A photo of Charles Fay ("Fay C.") Martin (left) (1878-1935) and his son, Paul L. Martin (1905-1982). Fay enlisted from Broome Co., NY, but lived in Owego, Tioga Co., NY. WWI - Getting ready to leave.
Date & Place: in Owego, Tioga County, New York United States 13827
1905 - 1985
Updated Nov 12, 2015

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Touching photo of Charles Fay Martin with his son Paul in Oswego New York right before he left to fight in World War 1.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Michèle Storck-Leiser
Ne jamais oublier !!!!
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Phyllis Cerel
Looks like Mrs. Martin took the picture. You can see her reflection in the door.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Good eyes!
Nov 12, 2015 ·
Stephen Zaremba
I have Sought Maybe. it was. But WAS a good picture To See. Still Was a good Picture Thank you so much
Nov 13, 2015 ·
Michael G. Aslanyan
somehow he looks like Ralph Fiennes's character in "Schindler's list"
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Paula Alexandra Rodrigues
Did he come back?
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Yes, he did! According to his bio. he died in 1935 at 57 years old. Charles Fay Martin
Nov 12, 2015 ·
Cheryl Mcmanus
It says he died in 1935, so he did not die in the war.
Nov 12, 2015 ·
Paula Alexandra Rodrigues
😊 good!
Nov 12, 2015 ·
Mary Jo Adams
My grandfather Carl F. Dill during Ww1
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Robbie Dickey
He looks dashing in his uniform. Love the old pics
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Maureen Van Dine
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Ronny R. Alders
American HEROES of World War I. Thanks to these HEROES we live in a free and democratic world today! God bless their souls! Warmest greetings from Aruba, Dutch Caribbean.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Bunny Terry
You can imagine the heart felt talk they were having
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Terri Allen
Great pictures.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Phyllis Price
Hope he does get home.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Patricia Lynn
He must have a really familiar face! While doing my Morton line, it appears to have changed back and forth between Morton and Martin. I wonder if that is why he looks so familiar.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Carmen Padilla
Beautiful classic picture of him with his son!
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Kathleen DeRosa
And the poor boy probably fought in WWII
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Jennifer Anderson
most probably he did... people these days don't know just how lucky they are....
Nov 12, 2015 ·
Brenda Ash
I live just few miles away from Oswego.. Beautiful place.
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Barb Keen
That it is. I drive a truck,and I've been up there lots of times,and it's very beautiful in the fall!
Nov 27, 2015 ·
Maureen Trant
A distant relative?💚
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Avay York Evans
Wonderful pic, TY for the share*~
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Fruit Tingles
So sad that there are so many sons with no Dads because of wars..
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Kimberley A Smith-Cooper
Hallelujah he came home safe!!!
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Jeff Cicotte
Sandy Chumley Cicotte
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Julie Vallance
bless them both
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Joan McCarty
my uncle homer was in ww1. made it home safe. ]
Nov 12, 2015 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba
This is a Very nice thing to See. family A WAR A Picture To Remind You. So COOL
Nov 13, 2015 · Reply
Pamela Ann
lots of Ancestors from that Region....
Nov 29, 2015 · Reply
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