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  (b. 4 August 1822, South Carolina, USA   d. 10 May 1877Cherokee County, Texas, USA )  
Summary: Martha Caroline GASTON was born 4 August 1822 in , South Carolina, USA. Martha Caroline GASTON was the child of William Porter GASTON and Sarah "Sally" TINDALL and the grandchild of: (maternal)  Larkin Asa TINDALL and Martha GOING

She married  George Winston BOOTH 24 May 1839 in Limestone, Alabama, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. George Winston BOOTH  was born 18 April 1812 in , Virginia, USA .  He died 24 November 1850 in , Kentucky, USA .  He was the son of Charles Thomas BOOTH and Lucy Ann ABERNATHY.

Martha Caroline GASTON died 10 May 1877 in Cherokee County, Texas, USA.
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Martha Caroline GASTON married flag  George Winston BOOTH-- Date: 24 May 1839 Place: Limestone, Alabama, USA
George Winston BOOTH was the son of Charles Thomas BOOTH and Lucy Ann ABERNATHY




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flag  Catherine BOOTH (b.2 February 1847, , Tennessee, USA  d. 18 February 1924, Cherokee, Texas, USA)
m. John Alton WILLIS 


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Birth
4 August 1822
, South Carolina, USA

1839 Marriage / Partner
Martha Caroline GASTON and George Winston BOOTH 24 May 1839, Limestone, Alabama, USA
1847 Birth of Child
Catherine BOOTH was born 2 February 1847, , Tennessee, USA
1850 Death of Spouse/Partner
George Winston BOOTH died 24 November 1850, , Kentucky, USA
Death
10 May 1877
Cherokee County, Texas, USA

Mrs. Martha C. Booth, relict of Geo. W. Booth, departed this life May 10, 1877, near Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas. She was born August 4, 1822; was left a lonely widow in the year 1850 with eight children. She lived to see them all grown, and all in the Methodist Church, save one. May the spirit of God follow him. She was a member of the Methodist Church long before I can recollect. She was indeed a kind mother. She spared no effort in the nuture and admonition of the Lord. Through her life, she was a devoted Christian and when the end drew near she was ready. In a letter to her daughter in Alabama a few days previous to her illness, she says; "I am not well, nor do I ever expect to be in this world; but I feel today I am ready to go and hope to meet you where parting will be no more." She was suddenly and sorely stricken with paralysis a few days before her death but seemed to realize that earthly afflictions but work out for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.
May the blessed spirit overshadow with its power all of her children and grandchildren and bring them at last unto the heavens eternal rest. T. T. Booth.

The Texas Christian Advocate, Sat. Sept. 22, 1877 p. 6

Martha is buried at: Mount Zion Cemetery Alto Cherokee County Texas, USA

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