The Frank Martin family was reported in the 1930 census (2056:10A) at East Drumore Township, Lancaster County:
|Martin, Flora M.||wife||F||W||44||M||MD||MD||MD||none|
|Martin, J. Blanche||daughter||F||W||24||S||PA||PA||MD||teacher
|Martin, Barbara L.||daughter||F||W||21||S||PA||PA||MD||training
|Martin, A. Lloyd||son||M||W||19||S||PA||PA||MD||laborer|
|Martin, Mildred F.||daughter||F||W||17||S||PA||PA||MD||none|
|Martin, Wilda M.||daughter||F||W||9||S||PA||PA||MD||none|
Frank and Flora Martin had the following children:
John Kendig Jr., 75, PP&L foreman
John R. Kendig Jr., 75, of 2580 Honeysuckle Lane, died unexpectedly Tuesday at Lancaster General Hospital.
He was the husband of Wilda M. Martin Kendig.
Kendig worked for 34 years as a multiple line crew foreman for Pennsylvania Power and Light. He retired in 1980.
In 1950, Kendig received the first Good Citizenship Award presented by the Conestoga National Bank. He also was a plank owner at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C.
A U.S. Navy veteran, he was a quartermaster stationed in the South Pacific on the USS Fomalhaut during World War II. He received training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center.
He was a lifetime member of the Millersville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 7294 and the American Legion. He was a member of Free and Accepted Masons, Lamberton Blue Lodge No. 476, the Harrisburg Consistory, Lancaster Lodge of Perfection and the Tall Cedars.
Born in Quarryville, he was a son of the late John R. Sr. and Mary Wimer Kendig. He was a lifelong resident of Lancaster County.
Besides his wife he is survived by a son, John R. III of Lancaster; two daughters, Mary Lynn, wife of Gary E. Shay of Coopersburg, and Patricia M., wife of Eric Shaffmaster of Greensboro, N.C.; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Lynn S. of Lititz; and a sister, Mary Elizabeth Baxter.
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