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Nancy Aynes
Nancy Aynes the daughter of John Aynes and Sarah Jane Russell Honeycutt was born 19 Apr 1872 in Brown County, Indiana and died 19 May 1903 in Brown County,  Texas. She married Sam Houston Martin on 20 Dec 1896 at Byrds, Grosvenor Community, Brown County, Texas. She died when her two children were only 2 and 4 years old. She is buried at Fairview Cemetery, Grosvenor, Brown County, Texas

Sam Houston Martin son of James Jackson Martin and Lucy Ann Teasley of Murray was born May 13,1873 in Denton county, Texas and died 14 Feb 1943 in Santa Anna, Coleman County, Texas. He is buried at Fairview Cemetery, Grosvenor, Brown County, Texas
Children of Nancy and Sam Martin

1 -- Alvie May Martin  was born 20 Sep 1897 in Grosvenor Community, Brown County, Texas and died 19 May 1903 in Brown County, Texas. She married Clarence Holland son of Dudley Burke Holland and Emily Catherine Walters. He was born 02 Feb 1893 in Whon, Coleman County, Texas  and died 21 Sep 1959 in Brownwood, Brown County, Texas. They are both buried at  Eastlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Early, Brown, County, Texas.

2 -- James Johnathon Martin born 03 May 1899 in Brown County, Texas and died 07 Mar 1957 in Brown County, Texas and is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Grosvenor, Brown County, Texas. He married Nettie Francis Steele, daughter of William Henry Steele and Elzonia Conley. She died in 1986 and is buried in Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.

This is questionable. My mother had a picture in her possessions with the name Nancy  Aynes on the back. I was later told by a descendant to Mary Rebecca Aynes that it was not Nancy. Both pictures had them wearing the same dress. It was not unusual for families to buy a large amout of cloth and make multi garment out of it for other siblings. It could be a hand me down as the two sisters were 15 years apart. Based on an older  picture of Mary Rebecca Aynes, I have to agree that the photo that my mother had look similarities to the one when Mary Rebecca was older. The picture above belongs to a man in Madison Mississippi.