Henry Arnold

Born: February 3, 1863

Died: March 21, 1947

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Marriage: Agatha Baxter on October 7, 1903 in Minneapolis MN

James : May 27, 1905 - Jan 1978
U.S. Army WWII
Robert Henry: October 22, 1909 -October 19, 2002

May 1938
OBIT: November 30, 1937
Mrs. H. A. Martens Died Monday Night
In Her Home in Milbank

Mrs. H. A. Martens, a resident of Milbank for the past 34 years, died Monday night at 11: 15 in her home in Milbank.

Mrs. Martens had been in poor health for the pst year, and was taken seriously ill Saturday. She was taken to the hospital where careful attention was given to relieve her of her illness, but death came quietly Monday night.

Mrs. Agatha Martens was born in Minneapolis May 12, 1867, and had reached the age of 70 years, 6 months and 17 days. She was married October 7, 1903, in Minneapolis, and then came to Milbank to live. To them two sons were born, namely: James B. and Robert H., both of Milbank. She is also survived by her husband, and a sister living in Pasadena, Calif.

Funeral services were held this forenoon at ten l0 o'clock in the St. Lawrence church with Rev. Msgr. Grabig officiating. Burial was made in the St. Lawrence cemetery.

Newspaper Article Friday, February 26, 1904


Martens Bros. Engage in the Land and Loan Business.

As will be noticed by advertisement in another column, Messrs. C. W. Martens and H. A. Martens have branched out into the land and loan business. Mr. C. W. Martens has for the past five or six years been connected with the Farmers bank of this city, but has made arrangements to resign his position there at an early day.

Mr. Henry Martens, has been connected with the Grant County Abstract and Title Company for some time past, and is also well in touch with land interests and values in this locality. Both gentlemen have been in Grant county since its earliest settlement, 25 years ago, and have witnessed the development of the country from a state of wild prairie, and are thoroughly familiar with the capabilities of the soil and climate of all this region. They are both well known men of integrity who can be relied upon to do what they agree to do in every case, and it is a well assured fact that any business entrusted to them will be carefully looked after and attended to with scrupulous honesty and fidelity.

1910 Cenus for Henry A. p. 19 of 42, other, ed 198 on April 22, 1910, Milbank City SD

Henry was 47, Agatha was 42, Henry's occupation was that of Real Estate. Agatha was born in MN and the children were born in SD. They were married for 7 years and had 2 children both living. Henry owned his property on (Census did not contain a house number) Fourth Street in Milbank.