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  • ID: I43361
  • Name: Martin Van Buren Rork
  • Given Name: Martin Van Buren
  • Surname: Rork
  • Prefix: Minister
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 1
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 2
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 3
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 25 Feb 1836 in Sheridan, Chautauqua County, New York, United States
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 1
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 2
  • Death: 2 May 1916 in Hastings, Barry County, Michigan, United States of Nephritis
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 2
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 1
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 2
  • Burial: Rutland Township Cemetery, Barry County, Michigan, United States
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 1
  • Occupation: Methodist and Unitarian Minister
  • _TEXT: YES
  • _VERI: YES 1
  • _UID: 44157DF5AFC4457E9E139052E5A72F398811
  • Change Date: 14 Mar 2015 at 15:12
  • _TODO:
  • DESC: Locate and transcribe Death Record Completed
  • _CAT: Death Record
  • _LOCL: Barry County, Michigan 12 May 2006
  • _CDATE: 12 May 2006 status: Completed 0
  • PRTY: 1
  • Note:
    Microfilm Roll: Barry County Deaths; Books A & B; Liber/Page: B-296; Entry: 5509;
    Date: May 2, 1916; Name: Martin V. Rork; Sex: Male; Color: White; Martial Status: Widower; Age: Years: 80; Months: 2; Days: 7; Place of Death: City of Hastings; Cause of Death: Nephritis; Birthplace: Wisconsin; Occupation: Teacher; Father: David Rork; Residence: New York; Mother: Polly Doty; Residence: New York; Date of Record: June 3, 1916
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    Medical Dictionary Online
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    Cause of Death Definition: Nephritis
    Inflammation of the kidney. It is a focal or diffuse proliferative or destructive process which may involve the glomerulus, tubule, or interstitial renal tissue. (Dorland, 27th ed)
  • Note:
    (Medical):Medical Dictionary Online
    http://www.online-medical-dictionartis.org/

    Cause of Death Definition: Nephritis
    Inflammation of the kidney. It is a focal or diffuse proliferative or destructive process which may involve the glomerulus, tubule, or interstitial renal tissue. (Dorland, 27th ed)




    Father: David Rork b: 17 Mar 1807 in New York City, New York County, New York, United States
    Mother: Polly Doty b: 1 Mar 1808 in Sidney, Delaware County, New York, United States

    Marriage 1 Anna West
    • Married:
    • Change Date: 14 Nov 2012

    Sources:
    1. Media: Book
      Abbrev: BARRY COUNTY MICHIGAN 1985
      Title: BARRY COUNTY MICHIGAN 1985
      Author: Written and Compiled by the People of Barry County, Michigan
      Publication: Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas
      Date: 1985
      Note:
      1985 The Barry County Book Committee, 3160 South Broadway, Hastings, Michigan, 49058

      Short biographies furnished by various families.
      Repository:
        Name: Hastings Public Library
        227 E State Street
        Hastings, Michigan 49058 USA

      Page: Page 479; DAVID AND POLLY (DOTY) RORK
      Quality: 4
      Date: 12 May 2006
      Text: Extract from Biography:
      David Rork was born 3-17-1807 in New York City, the son of John and Elizabeth Rork. His father came from North Ireland. Polly was born 3-1-1808 at Sidney, N.Y. daughter of William and Lucinda (Chapman) Doty. William was the son of Philip, son of Elijah, son of Ellis, son of Joseph Sr., son of Edward who came to America aboard the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock. David and Polly married 2-10-1830 at Sheridan, Chautauqua County, New York. 1842 they came to Barry County where David's sister, Mrs. Estes (Elinor) Rich lived. At the time of his death from typhoid 8-20-1854, he owned 117 acres. Polly died 7-1-1883. Both are buried in Rutland Cemetery.
      Their children (adults) were: 1. Hon. Asa Doty (history in this book). 2. Rev. William Wallace - B. - 3-5-1834, Methodist minister, M. - Ursula Tuttle, children - William T., Anna, Emma and Lydia, D. - 1922 buried Robinson Twp. Cemetery near Grand Haven. 3. Rev Martin Vanburen B. - 2-5-1836 Sheridan, N.Y., teacher, Methodist and Unitarian minister, He married late in life Anna West. He returned to Rutland Twp., died 5/2/1916 and is buried in Rutland Cemetery. 4. Peter Lebrune - B. 6-20-1838 Sheridan, N.Y., M. - Matilda Rogers of Carlton, moved to Nebraska (farmed), children - Mary, Anna, Ella, Stela and Eva who married Eugene Sisson of Barry County, Peter was Rutland Clerk 1862 and 1865, D. - 1913. 5. John Henry - B. - 1840 Racine, Wis., M. - Ellen Campbell, children - Clare, Mabel and Pearl, D. - Deer Creek, Nebraska 1872. 6. Estes "Dock" - B. - 1-17-1844 Rutland, M. - Lydia Campbell, children - Meno, Edith, Mary, Martin W., and Romane David, lived in Hastings D. - 1916 buried in Riverside Cemetery. 7. Anna Louise - B. - 12-1-1850 Rutland, M. - Chas. Bauer 1871, children - Charles Duane, William Guy, Francis Leon, buried in Riverside Cemetery.
    2. Media: Book and Microfilm
      Abbrev: Barry County Death Records
      Title: Barry County Death Records
      Author: County Clerk
      Publication: The first year that deaths were recorded in Barry County was 1867. I, Daniel Wesley Linderman, have done my best to transcribe these records. I did not correct the spelling of the original documents, but have maintained the spelling as best as I could.

      Deaths from 1867 thru 1933 are on microfilm at the Hastings Public Library, Barry County, Michigan
      Repository:
        Name: Hastings Public Library
        227 E State Street
        Hastings, Michigan 49058 USA

      Page: Microfilm Roll: Barry County Deaths; Books A & B; Liber/Page: B-296; Entry: 5509
      Quality: 4
      Date: 12 May 2006
      Text: Date: May 2, 1916; Name: Martin V. Rork; Sex: Male; Color: White; Martial Status: Widower; Age: Years: 80; Months: 2; Days: 7; Place of Death: City of Hastings; Cause of Death: Nephritis; Birthplace: Wisconsin; Occupation: Teacher; Father: David Rork; Residence: New York; Mother: Polly Doty; Residence: New York; Date of Record: June 3, 1916
    3. Media: Book
      Abbrev: Portrait and Biographical Album of Barry and Eaton Counties, Mich.
      Title: Portrait and biographical album of Barry and Eaton counties, Mich., containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county ... [and] the presidents of the United States and governors of the state.
      Publication: by: Chapman Brothers of Chicago
      Date: 1891
      Repository:
        Name: Local County or State Library
        Note:
        The repository will be the State Library or the local County Library.

        Note that you will only find the complete census at the Michigan State Library. Not all County Libraries have the census on microfilm. Check with the library personnel

      Page: Page 792; HON. A. D. RORK
      Quality: 4
      Date: 21 Sep 2006
      Text: Extract from Biography:
      The parents of Mr. Rork were David and Polly (Doty) Rork, natives of New York and Connecticut respectively. Their son, our subject, was born in 1832 at Sheridan, Chautauqua County, N. Y. His father came with his family to this county and settled in Rutland Township on a farm, where he continued until his death, dying of typhoid fever in 1854. The mother lived a number of years after her husband's death, dying in 1885. Of this union nine children were born, six of whom are now living - Asa D., William W., Martin V., Peter L., Estes, Ann L. (Mrs. Bower.)
      To Mr. and Rork and his wife Miss Jane O. Topping, of Rutland Township, were born seven children: Francis A.; Marietta married John Belson and is the mother of one child - Bernie; Ada M. married Mr. Austin and has one child - Frank; Ida M. is the wife of Rollins C. Leach and is the mother of two children - Acelia and Florence; Charles R., Minnie and Elizabeth. The mother of these children died in 1880. Mr. Rork was a second time untied in marriage with Almira A. Andrews, of New Jersey.
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