Robert Martin, Republican. Served from 1891 to 1892. As the Secretary of the Territory, Martin served as Acting Governor from October 18, 1891, when Mr. Steele left for Indiana,
until February 2, 1892, when Gov. Seay took office. Martin was born in Frankfort Springs, Pennsylvania, in 1833. After a law career in Ohio, Martin moved to Wichita, Kansas, and then to Harrison, Oklahoma Territory, in April 1889. He was involved in activity leading to adoption of the Organic Act, and, after moving to El Reno, he was named Secretary of the Territory. In later political life, he became mayor of Guthrie. He died there March 2, 1897, and was buried in Summit View Cemetery just northeast of Guthrie.
*Acting Governor Martin did not publish a report.