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Martha Rocinda Aaron

President

Primary Association

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Sunday School

M.I.A.


Relief Society


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AARON, MARTHA ROCINDA HILL

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MARTHA ROCINDA HILL AARON Martha Rocinda Hill Aaron and her family arrived in Kelsey the first Saturday in December 1901.It was Brothers Jim and John Edgar who came to Hopkins for conference and talked to Martha about the tall timbers, spring branches, and good well water that was there and couldn't be found anywhere else in the world.Martha was released by Pres.Martha served as Sunday school, M.I.A. and Relief Society teacher for nearly 15 years.On August 15, 1907, she was called and set apart by Elder Joseph Hand as President of the first Primary Association that was ever organized in the state of Texas. Her children also served in responsible positions.The mail was then carried from Rosewood to Kelsey to the home of Martha Aaron who lived in the old Buckley home in about the year 1904.Martha Aaron was very interested in genealogy because she had lost her husband and oldest son in 1894.She wanted very much to do her temple work for those loved ones, so on June 13, 1916, she was released from all her church positions and moved to Utah where she devoted the remaining years doing temple work and as a temple worker.


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