woman Edith M. Langton‏‎ #49729‎, daughter of Wenman Langton and Elizabeth Wilson‏.
Born ‎15 Jan 1880 Ontario, Canada
Marriage Notes: From the Toronto Star, date October 2, 1902.
MARTIN - LANGTON
At 8 McKenzie Crescent, Toronto, on Sept. 27th, Arthur A. Martin to Edith Langton of Raymond, Muskoka.

Married ‎27 sep 1902 Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada to:

man Arthur Augustus Martin‏‎ #49748‎, son of Charles Martin and Mary Freeling‏.
Born ‎1861 England
General Notes: occupation: photographer. He was a widower when he married Edith.

Child:

1.
man Augustus Langton-Martin‏‎ #49743
Born ‎15 May 1903 Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada, died ‎1974‎, 70 or 71 years
General Notes: Bernice Fenwick Martin CPE, ALC, OSA 1902 - 1999
In the 1920s and 1930s, Martin studied at the Ontario College of Art under J.W. Beatty and Franklin Carmichael, both mentors who personally instructed and encouraged her. At Beatty's funeral in 1941, she met the artist Peter Clapham Sheppard and the two remained devoted friends and sketching companions until his death in 1965. Together with her husband, Langton Martin, also a talented draughtsman, the couple enjoyed extended trips around the world as well as an active social life that included, among others, A.Y. Jackson and Elmer Isler. Dedicated above all else to her art, Martin became an accomplished painter, watercolourist and printmaker, and had solo shows at T. Eaton Co.'s College Street Fine Art Gallery, Casa Loma, and the Guild of All Arts. Her paintings were also featured in the Royal Canadian Academy exhibitions from 1945 to 1947. One of her works is in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada.

Research Notes: Possibly died in a Salvation Army hospice, penniless.

Toronto Star - Sept 17, 1999
MARTIN, Laura Bernice Fenwick (PDCC & FIAL), passed away peacefully in Toronto on Wednesday, September 15, 1999, in her 98th year. Predeceased by her beloved husband Langton in 1974. An accomplished artist, she lived a full and extraordinary life with grace, dignity, and indomitable spirit. She will be sadly missed.