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kmullikin [Martha Macomb Flandrau Selmes, 1866-1923]
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kmullikin [Martha Macomb Flandrau Selmes, 1866-1923]
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-The eldest daughter of Charles and [[isabella_ramsay_dinsmore_flandrau|Isabella Dinsmore Flandrau]], Patty, as she was called, was born on the Dinsmore farm.  After her mother’s death in 1867, she came to Boone County to live with her grandpa and [[julia_dinsmore|Aunt Julia]]. ​ She attended Miss Nourse’s school in Cincinnati where her interest in writing and drawing was encouraged. ​ At the age of twenty-one Patty married [[tilden_russell_selmes|Tilden Selmes]] and the couple had one child, Isabella. ​ After [[tilden_russell_selmes|Tilden]]’s early passing, Patty ran a ham business on the farm.  Her intelligence and wit attracted men like Teddy Roosevelt and Gutzon Borglum. ​+The eldest daughter of Charles and [[isabella_ramsay_dinsmore_flandrau|Isabella Dinsmore Flandrau]], Patty, as she was called, was born on the Dinsmore farm.  After her mother’s death in 1867, she came to Boone County to live with her grandpa and [[julia_dinsmore|Aunt Julia]]. ​ She attended Miss Nourse’s school in Cincinnati where her interest in writing and drawing was encouraged. ​ At the age of twenty-one Patty married [[tilden_russell_selmes|Tilden Selmes]] and the couple had one child, ​[[isabella_d._selmes_ferguson_greenway_king|Isabella]].  After [[tilden_russell_selmes|Tilden]]’s early passing, Patty ran a ham business on the farm.  Her intelligence and wit attracted men like Teddy Roosevelt and Gutzon Borglum. ​
  
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