Isaiah Luciano Martin
Full Name: Isaiah Luciano Martin
Date of birth: July 1, 1855
Date of death: May 19, 1938
Terms of Service top
||Dates of Service
||Counties in District
Jan 8, 1895 - Jan 12, 1897
Brackettville / Kinney
Brewster, El Paso, Jeff Davis, Kinney, Maverick, Pecos, Presidio, Val Verde, Foley, Buchel
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Obituary, "Former District Judge I.L. Martin Died at Uvalde," 5/20/1938, p. 10. "Judge Martin was born at Seguin and educated at San Antonio. He went to Bracketville in the late seventies, serving as county attorney and county judge, and one term in the twenty-fourth legislature."
Corsicana Daily Sun.
- Memorial, October 1938, p. 313.
Texas Bar Journal.
- Biographical sketch, "Early Settlers of Atascosa County," p. 256. "Judge Martin has four sons. The eldest, J.L. Martin, was born at Seguin. By profession he is a lawyer . . .He served in the Twenty-fourth legislature and in 1897 was appointed district judge of the Thirty-eighth Judicial District . . ."
Early Settlers and Indian Fighters of Southwest Texas, 1900.
Early Settlers and Indian Fighters of Southwest Texas
- Isaiah Luciano Martin, birth date 7/1/1855 in Seguin, death date 5/19/1938 in Uvalde, Uvalde County, lawyer.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- Isaiah Luciano Martin (1855-1938), burial in Uvalde Cemetery, Uvalde, Uvalde County. Includes portraits.
Find a Grave.
I.L. Martin, 24th Legislature, State Preservation Board
Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
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