Biography of Martin V. Armstrong
Bennington County, VT Biographies





Armstrong, Martin V., Bennington, was born where he now resides, in the west part of Bennington, January 11, 1840, and was a son of Reuben and Salinda (Brown) Armstrong, who were natives of Bennington, Vt. Martin V. enlisted in June, 1862, in Company A, Fourteenth Vermont, on the call for nine months' men, and served over a year, being discharged in the latter part of July, 1863. His company participated in the battle of Gettysburg. He was married December 26, 1859, to Adelaide Paddock. They have had a family of five children: Alice, who became the wife of Frank Paddock, of Bennington, both of whom died leaving two children: Lynn P., Cora, Lee F., and Ray. Mr. Armstrong is now lister of his town. He is engaged in farming, owning a farm of ninety six acres. His wife was a daughter of Daniel and Fannie (Fillmore) Paddock.

From:
HISTORY OF BENNINGTON COUNTY, VT
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS.
EDITED BY
LEWIS CASS ALDRICH
1889


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