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101 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 446

"Baptd. October 1773
3 Oct Joseph Son of Richd. Martyr, a Joiner, & Elizth Born Septr 7"



UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811,
Page 22:

Date:Thursday 20 Novr 1788
Entry No:18
Masters Names, Place of Abode
and Profession:Nathl Green Seething Lane, London Attorney
Apprentice's Names:Josh Martyr
Term of Years to Serve:13 Nov '88, 5 years from date

(Public Record Office Reference:IR 1/34



UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811,
Page 217:

Date:Wednesday 5th June 1793
Entry No:2
Masters Names, Place of Abode
and Profession:Danl Smith Thatcham Co of Berks Attorney
Heny Rivington Fenchurch Buildings London
Apprentice's Names:Josh Martyr
Josh Martyr
Term of Years to Serve:2 Feby 1792 remainder of 5 years
13 May 1793 remainder of 5 years

(Public Record Office Reference:IR 1/35



The Times (London Edition):
Issue 3682, Wednesday, September 7, 1796
Front Page, Column 2:


To the GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS
of the COUNTY of KENT.
A Vacancy having happened in the Office of one
of the CORONERS of this County, by the death of Mr.
Wm. LANGTON WILLIAMS, of this place, permit me to request
the favour of your Vote, Interest, and Poll (if necessary) to
succeed him in that situation. If I should be so fortunate as to
be the object of your choice, you may depend upon my utmost
endeavours to discharge the duties of the office with care, assi-
duity, and attention.
I have the honour to be, with much respect,
Gentlemen, your most obedient and very humble servant.
Greenwich, Sept. 6 1796.JOSEPH MARTYR.



The Times (London Edition):
Issue 3706, Wednesday, October 5, 1796
Front Page, Column 2:

To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, and FREE-
HOLDERS of the COUNTY of KENT
My Lords and Gentlemen
Accept my most sincere Thanks for the very
flattering Prospects of Success which my Canvas (as far
as it has hitherto extended) affords me: and I hope and trust,
that those Gentleman, to whom, from the great extent of the
County, I have not yet had it in my power to make a Personal
Application, will not attribute it to inattention or Disrespect.
The High Sheriff has appointed Tuesday, the 11th Inst. at 10
o'Clock in the Forenoon, at Pennenden Heath, for the Elec-
tion, when I earnestly entreat an early Attendance of my
Friends.I have the Honour to be,
My Lords and Gentlemen
Greenwich,Your most devoted and faithful Servant
Oct, 3 1796JOSEPH MARTYR



The Times (London Edition):
Issue 3719, Thursday, October 20, 1796
Front Page, Column 2:

To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, and FREE-
HOLDERS of the COUNTY of KENT
My Lords and Gentlemen
I Sincerely thank you for the honour you
have done me in electing me one of your Coroners. I cer-
tainly will avail, myself of every means in my power of
evincing my gratitude for your strenuous exertions in my fa-
vour, and particularly by a faithful and Punctual discharge of
the duties attached to the Office. I have the Honour to be,
My Lords and Gentlemen, with the greatest respect,
Your most obedient and faithful servant,
JOSEPH MARTYR


Ancestry.com
UK Land Redemption, 1798
TNA: Land Tax Redemption Office, Quotas & Assessments, Kent, Volume 3
Reference: IR 23, Piece 37, Page 247.

Parish of Greenwich, Kent
King Street
Register No: [blank] Proprietor: Mrs Mills Miss Martyr 18s. 9d,
Capt Rudsdell 18s. 9d., Josh Martyr 1l. 0s. 0d.



London Gazette, Issue No 15024
2nd June 1798, Page 3 of 12 [Page 481]

Blackheath Gentlemen Yeomanry
Joseph Martyr, Gent. to be Cornet.


London Gazette, Issue No 15269
21st June 1800, Page 9 of 16 [Page 713]

STAFF
Loyal Blackheath Gentlemen and Yeomanry Cavalry.
Cornet Joseph Martyr, to be Lieutenant, vice
Forman.
Charles Stow, Gent. to be Cornet, vice Martyr



The Times, London Edition, England
23rd July 1801, Issue No 5166, Page 2, Col 2:

MARINE SOCIETY'S OFFICE, July 27, 1801
ACCOUNTS of RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS, from
the 31st March to the 30th June 1801.

"Joseph Martyr, Esq.12 L. 12s."



Ancestry.com
London, England, Freedom of the City Admission Papers, 1681-1925

Carpenter's Hall 4th Jan 1803

Joseph Martyr of Greenwich in the
County of Kent Gentleman Son
of Richard Martyr of Greenwich
Carpenter and also Citizen Carpenter
of London made free by Patrimony

[signed] Rd Webb Jupp Clerk
[signed] John Vickerman Warden

Reference: ELJL/1274/124



Greenwich Land Tax Assessments 1780-1832:
Stockwell Street, Greenwich, Kent, England:
Messdrs. Parker & Martyr [Solicitors]
Source: freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mrawson/stockwell.html

Year:1806
Name of Proprietor:Mr. Neale
Name of Occupier:Messrs. Parker & Martyr
Rental:25/-
Assessment:14s. 7d.
Source:LDS Film 1470098

Year:1807
Name of Proprietor:William Neale
Name of Occupier:Messrs. Parker & Martyr
Rental:25/-
Assessment:16s. 8d.
Source:LDS Film 1470098

Year:1808
Name of Proprietor:Morden College
Name of Occupier:Messrs. Parker & Martyr
Rental:25/-
Assessment:L2 1s. 3d.
Source:LDS Film 1470098

Year:1809 & 1810
Name of Proprietor:Morden College
Name of Occupier:Parker & Martyr
Rental:25/-
Assessment:L2 1s. 3d.
Source:LDS Film 1470098

Year:1811, 1812, and 1813
Name of Proprietor:Morden College
Name of Occupier:Messrs. Parker & Martyr
Rental:25/-
Assessment:L2 1s. 3d.
Source:LDS Film 1470099



The Times, London
Issue No: 8114, Monday, October 15, 1810
Page 2, Col 1:

TRAFALGAR: - ANNUAL COMMEMORATION
Of the VICTORY at TRAFALGAR - The Officers of the
Navy, Army, and Volunteer Corps, and other Noblemen and
Gentlemen in the vicinity of Blackheath, are acquainted, that the
Anniversary of the above glorious Victory, will be celebrated at the
Green-Man, on Blackheath, on Monday, October, 22, 1810.
PRESIDENT. – The Right Honourable Lord Viscount SYDNEY
STEWARDS.
Lieut, Gov. Browell, Greenwich Governor Dacres, Royal Naval
HospitalAsylum
Capt. ???, R.NJohn Marcall Larkins, Esq.
George Enderby, Esq.Joseph Martyr, Esq.
Charles Ferguson, Esq.Adam Young, Esq.
Be sat on table at ? o’clock precisely. – Tickets, at one guinea
each to be had of the Stewards, or of Mr. Walker, at the Green-Man.



Changed his name to COBHAM under a testimony of obligation and was granted the Arms of Cobham under Grant dated 25th May 1813 to JOSEPH MARTYR of Greenwich on behalf of his youngest son ALEXANDER.

[Information from the MARTYRs From 1736-1990 Family Tree prepared by the late Alan BOLTON.]



The London Gazette, Issue No 16704
Dated 16th February 1813, Page 3512, Page 3 of 24

Whitehall, August 20, 1810.

The King has been graciously pleased to grant
unto Joseph Martyr, of Greenwich, in the county
of Kent, Esq. on behalf of his youngest son Alex-
ander Cobham Martyr, an infant, His Majesty's
royal licence and authority, that his youngest son
the said Alexander Cobham Martyr, and his issue,
may take and use the surname and bear the arms of
Cobham only, out of grateful and affectionate re-
spect to the memory of Alexander Cobham, late of
Shinfield-Place, in the county of Berks, Esq. de-
ceased, and in compliance with an injunction con-
tained in his will; such arms being first duly ex-
emplified according to the laws of arms; and re-
corded in the Heralds' Office, otherwise His Ma-
jesty's royal licence and permission to be void and
of none effect:
And also to order, that this His royal concession
and declaration be registered in His College of Arms.



KENT PEOPLE IN THE BRITISH NEWSPAPERS: 1811-1815
Saturday, 30 October 1813, Jackson’s Oxford Journal 3158 –

DEATHS – J. MARTYR, Esq, Solicitor to the Board of Directors of Greenwich Hospital, and one of the Coroners for the County of Kent.



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials, 1813-1980
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent in the Year 1813:
Page 33, Entry No. 262

"Joseph Martyr [of] Thornton Row, [on the] 25th Oct [aged] 40 [by] G Mathew, Vicar."



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Joseph MARTYR, Gentleman of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 18th March 1808.
Date Proved: 6th November 1813.
Date Proved: 10th May 1814.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1549.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Heathfield: Quire Numbers: 513-574.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 375/315.


Google Books:
https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=xhpDAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&authuser=0&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA328

55 GEO. III.Journals of the House of Lords: Volume 50, Page 333 A[nno] 1814

Mason's Petition to receive Judge's Report:

Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Mason of the City of Bath, Spinster, setting forth, That the Petitioner, on or about the 15th Day of February last, " presented her Petition to their Lordships, stating that " as Administratrix of John Mason Esquire, deceased, " she was entitled to the Produce arising from the Sale of certain Estates at Greenwich, in the County of " Kent, which by certain Indentures of Lease and Re- " lease, bearing Date respectively the 23d and 24th Days of April 1804, had been conveyed and assured unto Charles James, and Joseph Martyr, in the said Indentures described, upon Trust to sell the same, and to pay the Produce arising from such Sales to the said John Mason, his Executors, Administrators and Assigns ; and further stating that the said Charles James had died in the Life-time of the said Joseph Martyr, who also had since died intestate, leaving Two Sons, namely, Joseph Martyr the younger, and Alexander Cobham Martyr, now called Alexander Cobham Cobham, his Co-heirs in Gavesend, him surviving, and in whom the said Trust Estates were become vested ....  
MARTYR, Joseph (I1943)
 
102 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 463

" Baptd. May 1775
18 John Son of Richd. Martyr, a Joiner, & Elizth Born April 20"



The London Gazette, Issue 17768
27 November 1821, Page 4 of 16 [Page 2328]

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership between
George Best and John Martyr, of Craven-street, Strand,
in the County of Middlesex, Wine and Spirit Merchants,
carrying on business under the firm of Best and Martyr, is
this day dissolved by mutal consent.



Google Books:
http://books.google.com/books?id=OT5FzR7hRD4C&q=Martyr#v=snippet&q=Martyr&f=false

The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 11, (No 61)
1821]Home IntelligencePage 105
SHIP LETTER OFFICE
Letters which cannot be forwarded until the Postage is paid.

"John Martyr, Island of Ceylon"



American Vital Records from The Gentleman's Magazine:
Chapter M, Page 189:

MARTYR C, RN Hospital Agent, Halifax, NS, m. Miss McLean, dau. late Maj. McLean, Halifax, 3 May 1817 (87:477)

MARTYR John, b.1774, Greenwich, d. Mexico, 11 Aug. 1826. (96:477)



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of John MARTYR, Gentleman of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 6th May 1825.
Addition Dated: 7th February 1826.
Oath Dated: 3rd February 1829.
Date Proved: 6th February 1829.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1751.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Liverpool: Quire Numbers: 51-100.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 396/341.



The London Gazette:
Issue 19102, 15th November 1833
Page 2113, [Page 15 of 30]:

All Creditors and Claimants upon the estate of the late
John Martyr, formerly of Greenwich, in the County of
Kent, but late of the City of Mexico, Esq. deceased, who died
on the 11th of August 1826, and whose will was proved in the
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, on the 6th of February 1829,
are hereby required forthwith to send in the particulars of their
debts and claims to Messrs. Smith and Ffinch, Solicitors,
Greenwich, and prosecute the same with all dispatch, otherwise
they will be absolutely excluded from all right, title, claim, and
demand against the said estate and all benefit thereunder; and
the Executors will immediately after the expiration of three
calendar months from this notice close the accounts of the said
estate, and pay over the net proceeds thereof to the several
parties entitled thereto under the Testator's will. - Greenwich,
November 12, 1833.By order of the Executors,
SMITH and FFINCH, Solicitors, George-Street, Greenwich 
MARTYR, John (I1958)
 
103 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 476.

"August 1776
23 Elizth Daughtr of Richard Martyr, a Joiner, & Elizth ____ Born July 31"




Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 65

"August 1798
Buried 7 Elizth Martyr a Builder's Daugt" 
MARTYR, Elizabeth (I6577)
 
104 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 489

" Baptd. December 1777
7 Mary Jemima Daughr of Richd. Martyr, a Joiner, & Elizth Born Novr 12"



The 1841 Population Census of England shows Mary LATHAM, aged 60 years, Ind, born in County "Y" together with her son, Henry LATHAM, aged 30 years, born in County "N", Bank of England.
(HO 107/484, Book 5, Enumeration Schedule 27, Lines 19 & 20 - 18 Dartmouth Terrace, Lewisham, Kent, England).



The 1851 Population Census of England shows Mary J LATHAM, aged 73 years, a Fundholder, born Greenwich, Kent residing at 18 Dartmouth Terrace together with her 2 sons: Henry T LATHAM, aged 42 years, Clerk in the Bank of England, born Paddington, Middlesex, and Charles M LATHAM, aged 35 years, a Proprietor of Houses, born Peckham, Surrey.
(HO 107/1591, Folio 210, Sheet 3, Schedule No 8 - 18 Dartmouth Terrace, Lewisham, Kent, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Lewisham, Surrey, England, OND 1859, Volume 1d, Page 465.



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials 1813-1980
Burials in the London Cemetery Company's South London Cemetery of All Saints, Nunhead, in the Parish of Camberwell, in the County of Surrey, in the Year 1859:
Page 80, Ser No 13442:

"1859 Mary Jemima Latham [of] 18 Dartmouth Terrace, Lewisham [on] D
Age 82 years [by] H Morgan". 
MARTYR, Mary Jemima (I1945)
 
105 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 498

" Baptd. Nov 1778
25 Thomas Son of Richard Martyr, a Joiner, & Elizabeth Born Nov .."



Guildhall Library: Records of Sun Fire Office [MS 11936/476]
Reference Code: SUN
Records of Sun Fire Office
Creation dates: 1706 - 1996
Creator(s):
Sun Fire Office, 1710-1891
Exchange House Fire Office, 1708-1710
Sun Insurance Office Ltd, 1891-1959
Sun Alliance Group, 1959-1996
Royal and Sun Alliance, 1996-



The Times, London
Issue No: 9042, Saturday, October 16, 1813
Page12, Col 1:

ANNUAL COMMORATION of the VICTORY
of TRAFALGAR. – The ANNUAL DINNER will be at
the Green-Man, on Blackheath, on Thursday, Oct 21, 1813.
President. – The Right Hon. Lord Viscount SYDNEY
STEWARDS
Henry Abbott, Esq.William Rowe, Esq.David Hunter, Esq.
John Dyer, Esq.Lieut.-Colonel Cole-Tho. Martyr, Esq.
Lieut.-Col. Lorraine brookeG.C. Raperti, Esq.
Tickets to be had of the Stewards, and at the Bar of the Green-
Man. Dinner on Table at 5 o’clock precisely. Tickets, 1L. 1s.



Held at: Guildhall Library:
Scope and Content:
The collection consists of administrative and constitutional records, minutes of the committees overseeing business, policy registers, records of business transacted with overseas agents and some records of fire brigades.

Reference: MS 11936/476/933593
Creation dates: 3 September 1817
Insured: Thomas MARTYR, King Street, Greenwich, Kent, builder.
933593. £5
4th November 1818 - £6.5.00
Dy £9.7.6
On a House only/The United Service Club House/the Corner of Waterloo Place
in Charles Street, St James's - Unfinished, Brick - Five Thousand Pounds -£5,000
C BOULTON, C S LEFEVER, W MOFFAT

Memorandum: £10,000 are insured on the within mentioned property in the following offices, Viz £5,000 in the Westminster and £5,000 in the hans in hand allowed on the usual conditions.


In charge of the repairs/decorations to Buckingham Palace and fitted out Westminster Abbey for the Coronations of King George IV and William IV.



London Gazette, Issue 18352
13 April 1827, Page 8 of 24 [Page848]

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership lately sub-
isting between Elizabeth Martyr, Thomas Martyr, and
George Martyr, of Greenwich, in the County of Kent, and
also of London, as Timber-Merchants, Builders, and Carpen-
ters, ceased and determined on the 31st day of December 1825;
and that the said business continues from that period to be
carried on by the said Thomas Martyr and George Martyr,
under, the firm of Thomas Martyr and George Martyr, at
Greenwich and London aforesaid. Dated 10th April 1827.
Elizabeth Martyr.
Thos. Martyr.
George Martyr.


The Times, London
Issue No 13,726, Friday, October 17, 1828
Page 3, Col 4:

COURTS OF KING’S BENCH, Guildhall, Oct 16.
(Adjourned Sittings in London after Trinity Term, before
Lord TENTERDEN, and Common Juries.)
HARRISON and ANOTHER v. HARRIS.
This was an action to recover the 12th part of a sum of
1,713L. Under the following circumstances. In February 1812,
The then proprietors of Covent-garden Theatre, Messrs. Tho-
mas Harris, J.P. Kemble, George White, John and Ann
Martindale, and Henry Harris, executed a bond to Messrs.
Richard and Thomas Martyr, timber merchants, for securing
The payment of 5,100L, the amount of their demand on the pro-
prietors for the work done in the rebuilding of the present theatre.
On this bond Messrs. Martyr sued the present plaintiff, who
Are the executors of Mr. George White, one of the late pro-
prietors, and obtained a judgement, against them for 1,713L,
Which the plaintiffs were obliged to discharge, and they now
Sought to recover a twelfth part of the sum from the defen-
dant, Mr. Harris, being the amount of the proportionable
Share as one of the proprietors of the theatre.
The formal proofs having been gone into, Sir JAMES
SCARLETT, for the defendant, put in a deed, dated in March,
1812, between the parties, proprietors of the theatre, named in
The bond, from which it appeared that the defendant cove-
nanted to reimburse a twelfth part of all sums which might
Be recovered against any of the other proprietors on account of
their joint engagements.
Lord TENTERDEN said, he was of the opinion that the pre-
sent action being in assumpait could not be maintained. He
would, however, allow the question to be mooted elsewhere.
A nonsuit was then entered, with liberty to move the Court
Above to set it aside, and enter a verdict for the plaintiffs.



Google Books.co.uk
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench, During 1828, Volume 2, Pages 246 - 250 inc. [Original Court Case 1824/25]
Court of the King's Bench, James Manning, Archer Ryland

Donne v Martyr

Regarding works in the City of London as a carpenter and builder carrying on extensive business with his younger brother George MARTYR and their mother Mrs Elizabeth MARTYR of Greenwich principal yards at Greenwich but, for convenience, yards in the City, one at Cotton Garden, one at The Treasury Counting House and workshop in Lothbury in the ward of Coleman Street London being the ground floor of Founders Hall, which premises thay have occupied and previously to them the defendant's father for the last 30 years or thereabouts ....


London Gazette, Issue 20071
Published on the 15 February 1842, Page 8 of 32

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership lately
subsisting between Thomas Martyr and George
Martyr, of Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Copartners,
Carpenters, and Builders, ceased, on the 1st day of January
1841, by efflux of time.—Witness our hands this 10th day
of February 1842.
Thos. Martyr. George Martyr.



The 1851 Population Census of England shows Thomas MARTYR, aged 72 years, an Architect (retired), born Greenwich, Kent residing at 7 Wellington Crescent, Ramsgate, Kent together with his wife Ann MARTYR, aged 63 years, born Waltham-upon-Thames, Surrey and their children; Elizabeth M B MARTYR, aged 32 years, born Brighton, Sussex, Emma MARTYR, aged 24 years, born Greenwich, Kent, Catherine MARTYR, aged 22 years, born Greenwich, Kent and James MARTYR, aged 40 years, a Shipbuilder, born Surinam, East Indies (Adopted son).
(HO107/1630, Folio 407, Page 6 or 8, Schedule No 30 - 7 Wellington Crescent, Ramsgate, Kent, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Lewisham, Kent, England, JFM 1852, Volume 1d, Page 427.

Certificate of Death, Regsitration District of Lewisham, Death in the Sub-district of Lee, County of Kent, England, Entry # 175. On the 2nd January 1852 at 2 Lloyds Place, Blackheath, Lewisham, Thomas MARTYR, aged 73 years, a Gentleman. Cause of death: Decay of Nature - Certified. Informant: J S MARTYR, present at the death of the same address, on the 6th January 1852 to Registrar, John Thomas Robert BURROUGHS.



Google Books:
The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume XIII, New Series 168,
January to June, Page 214
1852]OBITUARY[Feb

Jan. 2. Aged 73, Thomas Martyr, esq. of Greenwich.

http://books.google.com.au/books?oe=UTF-8&id=F8ghAAAAMAAJ&q=Martyr#v=snippet&q=Martyr&f=false



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Thomas MARTYR, Builder of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 2nd August 1834.
Codicil Dated: 23rd October 1851.
Date Proved: 26th August 1844.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1724.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Volume Number 13: Quire Numbers: 601-650.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 354/333.
 
MARTYR, Thomas Richard (I1947)
 
106 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 53:
"September 1788
29 James Son of Richd Martyr a Builder & Elizth ______ Born 2 [Sept]"



The London Gazette, Issue No 16709
6 March 1813, Page 9 of 20 [Page 489]

The Partnership carried on by us the undersigned
Mark Noble and James Martyr, under the stile and firm
of Mark Noble and Co. of Battersea, in the County of Surrey,
Engine-Manufacturers, was dissolved, by mutual consent, on
the 20th day of October last; and the said Mark Noble will
from that day carry on the said concern on his own account,
and receive and pay all debts due from or to the said Copart-
nership. - Witness our hands this 3rd day of March 1813.
Mark Noble.
Jas. Martyr




PapersPast, New Zealand
WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARTER
Lyttleton Tines, Volume XIII, Issue 763
29 February 1860, Page 2

............... ................. The letter concluded
by praising the "splendid vessel." Mr. Joseph
Barbour and Mr. James Marter, surveyors to the
Board of Trade, stated that in May, 1857, the
vessel was in good state. In May 1859, they
were struck with her excellent appearance, finding
only one slack butt on the starboard side amid-
ships.

..................
[This entry should read James MARTYR not MARTER - Note by Antony David MARTER 1st June 2011.]



England & Wales, National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills & Administrations) 1861-1941:

Page 110WILLS. 1862.

DICK Thomas Esq26 MarchThe Will
of Thomas Dick late of Dawlish in the County of Devon Esquire an Admiral in the Royal Navy deceased who died 12 February 1862 at Dawlish aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of James Martyr of Liverpool in the County of Lancaster Shipwright Surveyor to the Board of Trade and Charles Augustin Smith of Greenwich in the County of Kent Solicitor the Executors.


England & Wales, National Probate Calendar
Index of Wills and Sdmionistrations), 1861-1941
Page 98
1878
MARTYR James16 March. The Will of James Martyr, formerly of Percy-
Personal Estate street Liverpool in the County of Lancaster Surveyor to under 1,500the Board of Trade but late of Osborne-road St. Peter's in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Bentleman who died 13 February 1878 at Osborne-road was proved at Canterbury by Elizabeth Mary Bicknell Martyr of Osborne-road Widow the Relkict of one of the Executors.  
MARTYR, James (I1959)
 
107 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 540

" Baptd. October 1783
21 George & Charlotte Son & Daughter of Richard Martyr, a Builder & Elizabeth [born] 17 Sept"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 196

"February 1784
22 Feb George Martyr, Builder's Child" 
MARTYR, George (I2890)
 
108 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 540

" Baptd. October 1783
21 George & Charlotte Son & Daughter of Richard Martyr, a Builder & Elizabeth [born] 17 Sept"



The Times:
Issue No 11,556, London
MONDAY, MAY 13, 1822
Page 7, Col 1:

"DIED
On Friday, the 10th inst. at Greenwich, after a lingering illness.
Miss Charlotte Martyr"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials, 1813-1980
Burials in the Parish of Greenwich [St Alphege] Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1822:
Page 150, Entry No: not numbered

"Charlotte Martyr [of] King Street [on] 17th May [by] Rd Dallin" 
MARTYR, Charlotte (I6259)
 
109 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Andrew's, Holborn, Middlesex, England:
[Christenings in] March 1773

"Elizabeth Daught: of Ishmael & Elizabeth Bale Saffron Hill8"



The 1841 Population Census of England shows Elizabeth MARTYR, aged 65 years, a Fruiterer, born in County "N", residing at Cumberland Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, together with her daughter, Jane MARTYR, aged 25 years, a Dressmaker, born in County "Y" and Jane HOBSON, aged 10 years born in County "N".
(HO 107/274/4, Enumeration Schedule 15, Page 24 - Cumberland Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England, AMJ 1844, Volume 9, Page 293. 
Bale, Elizabeth (I2396)
 
110 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Bartholemew the Great, City of London, England:
Page 3:

"Christenings Anno Dm 1715
Septembr 1715
6 Hannah Dr of Richd : Julia Hyett"


The Individual IGI Record for Hanna HYATT (sic) reads:
Christening: 6th September 1715 at St Bartholomew the Great, London, England
Parents: Richd & Julia HYETT
Batch No: C022302, Dated: 1681-1735


Ancestry.com
London, England, C of E Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 1749-1793, Page 114 (LHS)

16 February 1771Hannah Martyr, [wife of] Gent



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Hannah MARTYR, Widow of East Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 12th September 1770.
Date Proved: 2nd March 1771.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/965.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Trevor Quire Numbers: 95-139.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 191/373.


Entry from Bank of England Will extracts

Forename Hannah
Surname MARTYR
Description MARTYR Hannah Widow of Greenwich Kent
Place Greenwich
County Kent
Book 25
Register 1953
Film 58/1
Record type N
Date 1770-3
From date 1770
To date 1773
Number 18820
Transcriber WILLERTON

W3778:Memorandum: That Hannah Martyr of Greenwich in Kent, Widow, Disposes of Two thousand seven hundred pounds Consolidated GBP 4 per Cent Annuities, & by her last Will & Testament dated 12th Septemr 1770, having consolidated and appointed John Martyr and John Tilton Executors, & having made no mention of these Annuities, therefore they are at their Disposal.
Probate dated at Doctors Commons 2nd March 1771
Registered 9th March 1771

Delivered to
Mr. Cotton jnr 14 MarNo 1953E Bangham 
HYETT, Hannah (I6262)
 
111 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Dunstan with St Catherine, Feltham, Middlesex, 1648-1725:

"Thomas son of Joseph Martyr of ye Parish of St Johns, Southwark buried
May 5th 1701" 
MARTYR, Thomas (I0594)
 
112 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Dunstan with St Catherine, Felthem, Middlesex, 1711-1806:

"Octr 20 Jemima Martyr of Reading St Mary's"

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan With Saint Catherine, Feltham, Composite register of Saint Dunstan: baptisms 1711 - 1806, marriages 1711 - 1752, burials 1723 - 1806, DRO/013/A/01, Item 003.



West Surrey Family History Society
London & Middlesex Burial Index, 1634-1812: CD-20

Surname:MARTYR
Forename:Jemima
Date of Burial:20 October 1786
Age:not given
Place of Burial:Feltham, Middlesex, England



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Jemima MARTYR, Spinster of Reading, Berkshire, England.
Written Date: 25th April 1786.
Date Proved: 18th November 1786.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1147.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Norfolk: Quire Numbers: 533-588.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 288/337. 
MARTYR, Jemima (I2814)
 
113 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Laurence, Effingham, Surrey, Bishop's Transcripts:

" On ye 15 day of january were thomas marter and
lawrence marter sonnes of william marter baptized"

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.



West Surrey Family History Society
Surrey Parish Registers on Microfiche
Effingham, Baptisms, 1565-1840:

158615 JanMARTER Thomas & Lawrence s William



West Surrey Family History Society
Surrey Parish Registers on Microfiche
Effingham, Burials, 1565-1812:

16435 JanMARTYR Lawrence junior

On the original Effingham Parish Register, the word "Junr" has been scored through which probably means that it was the father who was buried in 1643 and not his son who is thought to have been buried in 1639.



Origins.net
Surrey & South London Will Abstracts 1470-1856
Abstract ID: SW/13_860

Lawrence Marter of Effingham, in indifferent health 24 Dec 1643 (to be buried in churchyard) to my son Richard Marter GBP 20, my oak chest with lock and key and five pewter platters; to my grandson Thomas Marter GBP 5 at 21; to my grandson John Coote [Cooke?] GBP 5 at 15; to my daughter Elizabeth Coote [Cooke?]GBP 2; residue to my wife Millicent Marter and son John Marter, execs.
Witnesses: William Jeater; Anthony Deane; John Cole [Coell?]
Proved: 19 May 1646 (sic) to exec. [DW/PA/7/13 ff.433v-434r; DW/PA/7/1646/36 
MARTER, Lawrence (I6953)
 
114 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Laurence, Effingham, Surrey, Bishop's Transcripts:

" On ye 15 day of january were thomas marter and
lawrence marter sonnes of william marter baptized"

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.



West Surrey Family History Society
Surrey Parish Registers on Microfiche
Effingham, Baptisms, 1565-1840:

158615 JanMARTER Thomas & Lawrence s William



Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Laurence, Effingham, Surrey, Bishop's Transcripts: 1586

" on ye ?? day of february was thomas marter ye sonne
of william marter was buryd"

Source Information:
Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.  
MARTER, Thomas (I6927)
 
115 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, England
Page 1704:

"May 10Frances Jemima, Dr of John Martyr & Sarah Born April 2nd 1790"



Surrey History Centre
Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987
Burials in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Guildford, Surrey
1821, Page 17, Entry No 134:

"1821 Frances Jemima Skurray [of] Holy Trinity [on] January 12 1821 [age] 30 [by] J Weller Rector"

Ref: GUHT/5/1



West Surrey Family History Society: CD-10
Burials for Non-Metropolitan Surrey, Page 15905

Surname:SKURRAY
Forenames:Frances Jemima
Burial Date:182112 Jan
Age:30 years
Parish:Guildford Holy Trinity 
MARTYR, Frances Jemima (I1941)
 
116 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England:

"Baptisms in January Anno Domini 1791
12Elizabeth Martyr, Dr of Robert & Elizabeth, Rosemary Lane"


The IGI Individual Record for Elizabeth MARTYR reads:
Christening: 12th January 1791 at St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, Middlesex, England.
Parents: Robert and Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: C006297, Dates: 1786-1792. 
Martyr, Elizabeth (I2397)
 
117 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England:

"Baptisms in July Anno Domini 1795
19 Margaret Martha Martyr, Dr of Robert & Elizabeth, Brick Lane"


The IGI Individual Record for Margaret Martha MARTYR reads:
Christening: About July 1795 at St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, Middlesex, England.
Parents: Robert and Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: C006297, Dates: 1792-1795.



The 1851 Population Census of England shows Jane MARTYR, Head, aged 35 years, a Dress Maker, born Devonport, Devonshire residing at 7 Cumberland Street, Stoke Damerel together with her older sister, Margaret MARTYR, aged 55 years, a Servant, born Whitechapel, London, both Unmarried, and with Jane M HELSON [NEILL], Niece, aged 20 years, born Mitcham, Surrey.
(HO 107/1881, Folio 142, Page 31, Schedule No 152 - 7 Cumberland Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).


The 1861 Population Census of England shows Jane MARTYR, Head, aged 46 years, a Bookseller, born Stoke Damerel, Devonshire residing at Birds Tenement, Stoke Damerel together with her sister, Margaret M MARTYR, aged 66 years, a Nurse, born Whitechapel, London and William R HILL, Nephew, aged 6 years, born Woolwich, Kent.
(RG 9/1455, Folio 68, Page 8, Schedule No 277 - Birds Tenement, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).


The 1871 Population Census of England shows Jane MARTYR, Head, aged 54 years, a Shopkeeper, born Devonport, Devonshire residing at Back of William Street, Stoke Damerel together with her sister, Margaret MARTYR, aged 76 years on Parish Pay, born Middlesex, London and her Nephew, William B NEILL, aged 16 years, Clerk to a Book Company, born Woolwich, Kent and Jane NEILL, aged 40 years, a Widow to an Artilleryman, born Mitcham, Surrey.
(RG 10/2138, Folio 54, Page 25, Schedule No 153 - Back of William Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).


The 1881 Population Census of England shows Jane MARTYR, Head, aged 65 years, a Bookseller, born Devonport, Devonshire residing at 4 Back of William Street, Stoke Damerel together with her sister, Margaret M MARTYR, aged 85 years Of No Occupation, born Whitechapel, London.
(RG 11/2213, Folio 4, Page 2, Schedule No 7 - 4 Back of William Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Stoke Damerel, JFM 1888, Volume 5d, Page 291. 
Martyr, Margaret Martha (I2399)
 
118 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England:
Page 23

"Baptisms in June Anno Domini 1793
30 James Martyr, Son of Robert & Elizabeth, Charlotte Street"



The IGI Individual Record for James MARTYR reads:
Christening: Abt. June 1793 at St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, Middlesex, England.
Parents: Robert and Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: C006297, Dates: 1792-1795. 
Martyr, James (I2398)
 
119 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Baptisms 1809:

"May 19 Henry Turner Latham [son] of Joseph & Mary Jemima Born 1 Jun" 
LATHAM, Henry Turner (I6584)
 
120 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Baptisms 1810:

"April 30 Joseph Son of Joseph & Mary Jemima Latham B[orn] 13th March" 
LATHAM, Joseph (I6585)
 
121 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812:
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, Page 179

"Apr 1742
9 Sarah Daugh of Joseph and Hannah Martyr" 
MARTYR, Sarah (I6574)
 
122 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812:
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, Page 179

"May 1740
28 Phebe Daughtr of Joseph and Hannah Martyr" 
MARTYR, Phebe (I6575)
 
123 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials. 1538-1812
St Benet Fink, City of London, England:

"1811
MarterWilliam, Son of Thomas Marter and Rebecca his wife, born October 27, 1811, was baptized November 17, 1811."



The IGI Individual Record for William MARTER reads:
Birth: 27th October 1811.
Christening: 17th November 1811 at St Benet Fink, London, England.
Parents: Thomas and Rebecca MARTER.
Batch No: C022292, Dates: 1538-1812.



The 1841 Population Census of England shows William MARTER, aged 25 years,a Carpenter, born in County "Y" residing at Bowling Green Walk, The Tower Hamlets, Shoreditch, together with his wife, Mary MARTER, aged 25 years, born in County "N" and their daughter, Jemima, aged 6 years, born in County "Y", and his mother, Rebecca MARTER aged 50 years, Independent Means, born in County "N".
(HO107/708/5, Folio 25, Page 7 - Bowling Green Walk, The Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England).



The 1851 Population Census of England shows William MARTER, Head, Married, aged 39 years, a Carpenter Journeyman, residing at 14 Dunstone Road, St Leonards, Shoreditch, Middlesex together with his wife, Mary Ann MARTER, aged 35 years, born Ruston, Cambridgeshire and their daughter, Jemima MARTER, aged 15 years born Hoxton, Middlesex.
(HO107/1537, Folio 40, Page 1, Schedule No 2 - 14 Dunstone Road, St Leonards, Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England).



The Ships List @ www.theshipslist.com:

The ship Emigrant; 934 tons, Captain Thomas Watson, from London 6th July, the Downs 7th July and Southampton 12th July, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 24th October 1854.

South Australian Register, Wednesday 25th October 1854:

- 24th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1854; 3 births and
2 deaths on the passage; John Spencer, surgeon-superintendent.

Ship Emigrant:

Arrived from Southampton on the 24th October, having been 105 days at sea. The casualties during the voyage were three births and two deaths; 303 souls were landed in the Colony. In consequence of serious charges having been made against the master, the first mate, surgeon-superintendent, and the matron of the ship, the Immigration Board was engaged during four days in investigating the various complaints. The Immigration Board found that the chief mate had been improperly familiar with one of the young women, and that the matron had done all in her power to insult and annoy the surgeon-superintendent, and had endeavoured to undermine his authority during the whole course of the voyage. His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor was pleased so far to approve the Report of the Board as to order the gratuities of the first mate and of the matron to be witheld"



The South Australian Genealogy & Heraldry Society
201 Unley Road, Unley, South Australia 5061:

William Marter 68yrs died 19 Feb 1880 in Byron Place Adelaide - his son-in-law Walter Ben Norman was the informant.

William was buried 20 Feb by the Government in ordinary ground.

He is listed in the Government Gazette dated 10 June 1880 as a carpenter of Gouger St, advising his name will be struck off the Electoral Roll for the House of Assembly because he is dead.


Destitute Asylum Records GRG 28/4
Entry 56 records on 27 March 1855:

Name:William Marter & wife 43y
Religion:Ch of E
Arrived:aboard EMIGRANT
Resident:for 4½ months,
Last address overseas:England
Abode:Gilbert St (Adelaide)
Occupation:Carpenter
Children:1 child over 7y ill with rheumatism


Destitute Asylum Records: GRG 28/4
Entry 90 records on 4 Sept 1855:

Name:M A Martin (sic) 43 y
Religion:Ch of E
Arrived:aboard ship EMIGRANT
Resident:for 10 months,
Last address overseas:England
Abode:Gilbert St (Adelaide)
Occupation:Husband away at Gawler Town has had no work for
10 weeks - outdoor one week
Beryl Schahinger
Research Coordinator

 
Marter, William (I2166)
 
124 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials: 1538-1812
City of London, St Botolph, Bishopsgate: Christenings 1803-1812:

Christenings 1803
June 19Eliza Ann Martre. Dau. Joseph & Elizabeth [born] April 15


General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Poplar, Middlesex, England, JFM 1857, Volume 1c, Page 426.


The 1841 Population Census of England shows John MEGGS, aged 45 years, a Carpenter, born in County "N" residing in Stratford, Essex together with his wife, Eliza MEGGS, aged 35 years, born in County "N", and their six children: Eliza MEGGS, aged 16 years, John MEGGS, aged 14 years, William MEGGS, aged 12 years, Charles MEGGS, aged 10 years, Henry MEGGS, aged 8 years, and Edwin MEGGS, aged 1 year, all born in County "Y".
(HO 107/323/11, Schedule, Page 11 - Bridge Place, West Ham, Stratford, Essex, England).


The 1851 Population Census of England shows John MEGGS, aged 55 years, a Carpenter, born Mile End, Middlesex residing in West Ham together with his wife, Eliza Ann MEGGS, aged 47 years, born Bishopsgate, Middlesex, and their six children: William MEGGS, aged 22 years, a Carpenter, Charles MEGGS, aged 20 years, a Carpenter, Henry MEGGS, aged 19 years, a Carpenter, Edwin J MEGGS, aged 11 years, a Scholar, Joseph MEGGS, aged 8 years, and Albert MEGGS, aged 7 years, all born Stratford, Essex.
(HO 107/1768, Folio 8, Page 8, Schedule No 26 - 15 Bridge Place, All Saints, West Ham, Stratford, Essex, England).


The 1861 Population Census of England shows John MEGGS, aged 64 years, a Ladder Maker & Cooper, born Mile End, Middlesex, residing in Startford together with his 2nd wife, Elizabeth MEGGS, aged 22 years, born Marylebone, Middlesex, and John's six children:Edwin J MEGGS, aged 21 years, a Salesman, Joseph MEGGS, aged 18 years, Albert MEGGS, aged 16 years, Arthur MEGGS, aged 2 years, and Ada MEGGS, aged 11 months [last 2 children from 2nd marriage].
RG 9/1054, Folio17, Pages 11 & 12, Schedule No 62 - 15 Bridge Place, All Saints, Stratford, West Ham, Essex, England). 
Martre, Eliza Ann (I8647)
 
125 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials: 1538-1812
St Alphege, Greenwich, Kent, England
Marriages - 1747
Page 159:

"Mar 5Richard Wray & Martha Martyr [by] Licence" 
Family F259
 
126 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms 1538 - 1813
Baptisms in the Parish Church of St Alfege, Kent:
Page 100:

" Baptized Novr 28 Charles son of Richd Martyr a Builder & Elizabeth Born Augt 6"



The London Gazette, Issue No 16745
Dated 26 June 1813, Page 1252, Page 8 of 20

London, June 29, 1813.
Notice is hereby given, that an account of sales
of the Dutch vessel Vrouw Johanna, captured
by His Majesty's sloop Primrose, Charles George
Rodney Phillott, Esq. Commander, on the 2nd day
of December 1812 (Desiree and Drake sharing by
agreement), will be deposited in the Registry of
the High Court of Admiralty, agreeably to Act of
Parliament.
Hugh, Stanger and Charles Martyr, Agents



The London Gazette, Issue No 16765
17 August 1813, Page 1643, Page 11 of 28:

London, August 21, 1813.
Notice is hereby given, that an account of sales
of the Danish sloop Falkin, captured on the
11th day of December 1812, by His Majesty's sloop
Primrose, Charles George Rodney Phillott, Esq
Commander (Desiree and Cygnet sharing by agree-
ment, will be deposited in the Registry of the
High Court of Admiralty, agreeably to Act of
Parliament.
Hugh Stanger and Charles Martyr, Agents.



The London Gazette, Issue No 17330
7 February 1818, Page 269, Page 9 of 24

London, February 3, 1818
Notice is hereby given, that an account of sales
of the condemned part of the cargo of the
Hannah, captured on the 11th August 1815, by His
Majesty's ships Akbar and Arab, will be exhibited in
the Registry of the High Court of Admiralty, pur-
suant to Act of Parliament.
Peyton and Grenfell, and Charles Martyr,
Agents.



The London Gazette, Issue No 17334
Dated 21 February 1818, Page 357, Page 9 of 24

No. 12, Upper Thames-Street,
February 21, 1818.
Notice is hereby given to the'officers and com-
panies of His Majesty's ships Akbar and Arab,
who were actually on board the said ships at the
capture of the Hannah, on the 11th August 1815,
that they will be paid tlieir respective proportions of
a part of the proceeds at No. 12, Upper Thames-
Street, on Wednesday next the 25th day of February
instant; and the shares not then demanded will be
recalled every Tuesday and Friday for three months
to come, at the same place.
Shares.
Flag 2751893/4
First class275 1893/4
Second class41791/4
Third class2711101/2
Fourth class86101/2
Fifth class5113
Sixth class21571/2
Seventh class1171
Eighth class01861/2

Peyton and Grenfell, and Charles Martyr,
Agents.


London Gazette, Issue No 17434
Dated 26 December 1918, Page 2330, Page 14 of 24

London, December 26, 1818.
Notice is hereby given to the officers and com-
pany of HIS Majesty's ship Akbar, Charles
Bullen, Esq. C B. Captain, and to the officers and
company of His Majesty's ship Arab, Henry Jane,
Esq. Captain, who were actually on board the said
ships on the 11th August 1815, that they will be
paid their respective proportions of the Jinal distribution
of the Hannah, and of the balance of account
of the Friede (restored), at No. 12, Upper Thames-
Street, on Wednesday the 30th instant; and the
shares not then demanded will be recalled every
Tuesday and Friday for three months to come, at
the same place.

Flag 1091131/2
First class109 1131/2
Second class16881/4
Third class3621/4
Fourth class86101/2
Fifth class2411/2
Sixth class1203/4
Seventh class01481/2
Eighth class0741/4
Peyton and Grenfell, and Charles Martyr,
Agents.


The London Gazette, Issue No 17506
Dated 14 August 1819, Page 1454, Page 6 of 24

London, August 5, 1819.
Notice is hereby given to the officers and companies
of His Majesty's ships Majestic, John
Hayes, Esq. Commander; Ringdove, Wm. Dowers,
Esq. Commander; Rota, Philip Somerville, Esq.
Commander; Pheasant, John Palmer, Esq. Commander;
Thistle, Jas. Kurney White, Esq. Commander;
and Trinculo, Alexander Renny, Esq.
Commander, who were present at the capture of the
Ulysses, Samuel Hill, Master, on the 30th June
1813, that an account of the prize-money arising
from the said capture-will be lodged in the Registry
of the High Court uf Admiralty, on the 19th day of
August instant, pursuant to Act of Parliament.
John Atkins, for Charles Martyr, Lawrence
Hartshorne, and Thomas Boggs,
Agents, Halifax, Nova Scotia.



Group of islands off the SE of Sandy Island which forms part of the Georgian Bay near Ontario, Canada were named as the Martyr Islands after Charles Martyr during the Hydrological Survey carried out by Captain Henry Bayfield in the 1820s. There is a table contained within a work of reference by David Stager printed privately in 2009 and which was taken from the original table prepared by a J. White which states:

"Geographical feature:Martyr Islands
Named for Charles Martyr
Naval connection with [Admiral] Parry - was Secretary while Parry was in Halifax in 1815"

Footnote: re J. White in the book David Stager says "White, J. 1913. Place-names in Georgian Bay (including the North Channel). Ontario Historical Society"



American Vital Records from The Gentleman's Magazine:
Chapter M, Page 189:

MARTYR C, RN Hospital Agent, Halifax, NS, m. Miss McLean, dau. late Maj. McLean, Halifax, 3 May 1817 (87:477)

MARTYR John, b.1774, Greenwich, d. Mexico, 11 Aug. 1826. (96:477)



The IGI Individual Record for Charles MARTYR, Esq reads:
Birth: abt 1780 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada [Incorrect - see baptism record above]
Death: 21st December 1825 at Chatham, Kent, England.
Marriage: 3rd May 1817 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Spouse: Margaret Day McCLEAN.
Sources: Available on CD-ROM Disc #87, Pin #99855.
Submitter: Carol LAYTON, Box 1708, Cardson, Alberta, Canada.
Submission Search: 2053328-0421104090529.



Ancestry.com:
London, England, Deaths & Burials 1813-1980:
Burials in the Parish of Greenwich [St Alphege] in the County of Kent
in the Year 1825:
Page 339, Entry No [blank]

"Charles Martyr [of] Chatham [on] Decr 27th [age] 33 years [by] G Mathew'



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Charles MARTYR, Gentleman of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date : 24th January 1825
Date Proved: 18th April 1826.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1711.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Hober: Swabey Numbers: 201-250.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 244/218.  
MARTYR, Charles (I1962)
 
127 Ancestry.com
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Christenings June 1802 [in the Parish Church of St Botolph Aldagate in the County of Middlesex]:

"Joseph Martyr son of Robert & Elizabeth [of] Norwich Court born June 20"



The IGI Individual Record for Joseph MARTYR reads:
Christening: July 1802 at St Botolph without Aldgate, Middlesex, London.
Parents: Robert & Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: C025558, Dates: 1797-1812.



The 1841 Population Census of England shows Joseph MARTYR, aged 35 years, a Shoe Maker, residing in Pembroke Street, Stoke Damerel together with his wife, Mary MARTYR, aged 35 years and their children: Elizabeth MARTYR, aged 15 years, Henry MARTYR, aged 13 years, Susan MARTYR, aged 11 years, Mary MARTYR, aged 4 years, and Eliza MARTYR, aged 1 years, all born in County "Y".
(HO 107/272/3, Enumeration Schedule No 6, Pages 5 & 6 - Pembroke Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).


The 1851 Population Census of England shows Joseph MARTYR, aged 48 years, a Boot & Shoe Maker, born Whitechapel, London residing at 46 Pembroke Street, Stoke Damerel, together with his wife Mary Ann MARTYR, aged 46 years, born Devonport, Devonshire and their 7 children: Elizabeth MARTYR, aged 25 years, Unmarried, a Needlewoman, Henry MARTYR, aged 24 years, a Boot & Shoe Maker, Susannah MARTYR, aged 20 years, a Straw Bonnet Maker, Joseph MARTYR, aged 16 years, a Scholar, Mary Ann MARTYR, aged 14 years, a Milliner, Eliza MARTYR, aged 10 years,a Scholar, and Richard MARTYR, aged 7 years, a Scholar, all born Devonport, Devonshire.
(HO 107/1881, Folio 328, Page 65, Schedule No 396 - 46 Pembroke Street, Stoke Damerel, Devomport, Devonshire, England).


The 1861 Population Census of England shows Joseph MARTYR, aged 58 years, a Cordwainer, born Whitechapel, Middlesex residing at 46 Pembroke Street, Stoke Demerel together with his wife, Mary Ann MARTYR, aged 56 years, born Devonport, Devonshire, together with their 4 children: Elizabeth MARTYR, aged 35 years, a Needlewoman, Susanna MARTYR, aged 31 years, a Bonnet Maker, Mary Ann MARTYR, aged 24 years, a Bonnet Maker, and Richard MARTYR, aged 17 years, a Solicitor's General Clerk.
(RG 9/1450, Folio 79, Page 8, Schedule No 421 - 46 Pembroke Street, Stoke Demerel, Devonport, Devonshire, England).




General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Stoke Damerel, Devonshire, England, AMJ 1869, Aged 66 years, Volume 5b, Page 239. 
Martyr, Joseph (I4038)
 
128 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized at the Parish Church of St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 166, March 1799:

"30 Thos Cobham Son of Joseph Martyr, a Gent & Catherine Jane Born Feb 13".



The IGI Individual Record for Thomas Cobham MARTYR reads:
Birth: 13th February 1799.
Christening: 30th March 1799 at Greenwich, Kent England.
Parents: Joseph and Catharine Jane MARTYR.
Batch No: 8533033, Sheet 41, Dates: Not given.



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials, 1813-1980
Burials in the Parish of Greenwich [St Alphege] in the County of Kent in the Year 1814 & 1815
Page 91, Entry No 721:

"Thomas Cobham Martyr [of] Thornton Row [on] 1814 23rd Decembr Age years15 [by] J R George Curate". 
MARTYR, Thomas Cobham (I2268)
 
129 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized at the Parish Church of St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 192, November 1800:

"20 Ann Perceval Daugr of Josh Martyr, a Gent & Cathn Jane Born Sept 9".



The IGI Individual Record for Ann Percival MARTYR reads:
Birth: 9th September 1800.
Christening: 20th November 1800 at Greenwich, Kent England.
Parents: Joseph and Catharine Jane MARTYR.
Batch No: 8533034, Sheet 07, Dates: Not given.



Arrived Sidney, New South Wales on board "Stratfieldsaye" on the 25th July 1839.



National Library of Australia, Trove Collection
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842-1954)
Monday 21 August 1843, page 3

DEATHS

At Cutbush Cottage, Yankangat, Manning
River, on the 5th August, Anne Percival,
wife of George Watson, Esq., deeply re-
gretted.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.newsarticle12410029 
MARTYR, Ann Perceval (I2269)
 
130 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized at the Parish Church of St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 219, April 1803:

"14 Elizabeth Daugr of Joseph Martyr Gent & Cath Jane Born Feb 26".



The IGI Individual Record for Elizabeth MARTYR reads:
Birth: 26th February 1803.
Christening: 14th April 1803 at Greenwich, Kent England.
Parents: Joseph and Catherine Jane MARTYR.
Batch No: 8533034, Sheet 08, Dates: Not given.



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Chelsea, Middlesex, England, OND 1876, aged 73 years, Volume 1a, Page 178. 
MARTYR, Elizabeth (I2270)
 
131 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms 1913-1906
Baptisms in the Parish of Greenwich [St Alphege] in the County of Ke
the Year 1814:
Page 105, Entry No 834:

"1814 July 10 Frederick Cotton Son of Frederick and Mary Finch [of] Church Street Surgeon [by] J P George Curate Born June 4th"



The 1851 Population Census of England shows Frederick C FINCH, aged 36 years, a General Practitioner residing at 11 High Street, Wandsworth together with his wife Sarah FINCH, aged 32 years, and their son Fredk George, aged 11 years, all born Greenwich, Kent, and their 5 other children: Emily FINCH, aged 6 years, Agnes FINCH, aged 5 years, Gertrude FINCH, aged 3 years, Bertha FINCH, aged 1 year, and Herbert FINCH, aged under 3 months. all born Wandsworth, Surrey.
(HO 107/1578, Folio 88, Page 3, Lines 7-1 inc - 11 High Street, Wandsworth, Surrey, England).


The 1861 Population Census of England shows Frederick FINCH, aged 46 years, a Proprietor of Scan Machines, residing at 1 Blackheath Park together with his wife, Sarah FINCH, aged 42 years, and their son Frederic G FINCH, aged 20 years, a
Capt in the London Rifle Brigade, all born Greenwich, Kent and 7 other children:
Emily FINCH, aged 16 years, Agnes FINCH, aged 15 years, Gertrude FINCH,
aged 13 years, Bertha FINCH, aged 11 years, Herbert FINCH, aged 10 years, Ada FINCH, aged 8 years, all born Wandsworth, Surrey, and Clara FINCH, aged 6 years, born Greenwich, Kent.
(RG 9/413, Folio 16, Page 30, Schedule No 114 - 1 Blackheath Park, Liberty of Kidbroke, Kent, England).


Date and place of death taken from the Ancestry.com Chevis Family Tree.  
FINCH, Frederick Cotton (I2908)
 
132 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
1870, Page 2, Entry No 16:

"Septr 4th John Henry [son of] John Henry & Elizabeth Martyr [of] 20 Bagshot St Warehouseman [by] C H Stewart"

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Walworth All Saints, Register of Baptism, P92/ALL1, Item 001.



The 1911 Population Census of England shows John William MARTYR, aged
50 years a Patient of the Poor Law Guardians Hospital, Lower Road, Rotherhithe.
(RG 14 PN1941 RD24 SD3 ED28 SN1, Line 15 - Poor Law Guardian Hospital, Lower Road, Bermondsey, Surrey, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of St Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England, OND 1911, Aged 52 years, Volume 1d, Page 207. 
MARTYR, John William (I3574)
 
133 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
1870, Page 3, Entry No 17:

"Septr 4th Elizabeth Mary Ann [dau of] John Henry & Elizabeth Martyr [of] 20 Bagshot St Warehouseman [by] C H Stewart"

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Walworth All Saints, Register of Baptism, P92/ALL1, Item 001.


The IGI Individual Record for Elizabeth Mary Ann MARTYR reads:
Christening: 4th September 1870 at Newington, Surrey, England.
Parents: John Henry and Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: P019971, Dates: 1870-1875.


General Register Office, Register of Births, Registration District of Camberwell, Surrey, England, AMJ 1862, Volume 1d, Page 537.

Certificate of Birth, Registration District of Camberwell, Birth in the Sub-district of St George, County of Surrey, England, Entry # 223. On the 27th April 1862 at
2 St George's Street, St George's Street, Camberwell, Elizabeth Mary Ann MARTYR, a daughter to John Henry MARTYR, a Carman and Elizabeth MARTYR, formerly LAW. lnformant: J H MARTYR, Father, of the same address to Registrar, Charles STEVENS on the 26th April 1862.



The 1891 Population Census of England shows Frederick W SHIELDS, aged 31 years, a Merchant Seaman, born Walworth, London residing at 28 Surrey Grove, Newington together with his wife, Elizabeth M A SHIELDS, aged 28 years, born Camberwell, Surrey and their 3 children: William J SHIELDS, aged 4 years, Daisy F SHIELDS, aged 2 years, and Dorothy M SHIELDS, aged 4 months, all born Walworth, Surrey.
(RG 12/358, Folio 60, Page 10, Schedule No 56 - 28 Surrey Grove, Newington, Walworth, Surrey, England).


The 1901 Population Census of England shows Frederick W SHIELDS, aged 40 years, a Seaman, born Walworth, Surrey residing at 18 Domville Grove, Camberwell together with his wife, Elizabeth M SHIELDS, aged 28 years, born Camberwell, Surrey and their 4 children: William J SHIELDS, aged 14 years, an Errand Boy, born Newington, Surrey, Daisy F SHIELDS, aged 12 years, born Newington, Surrey, Daniel C SHIELDS, aged 9 years, born Bermondsey, Surrey, and Frederick G SHIELDS, aged 1 years, born Newington, Surrey.
RG 13/520, Folio 44, Page 14, Schedule No 98 - 18 Domville Grove, Camberwell, Surrey, England). 
MARTYR, Elizabeth Mary Ann (I1521)
 
134 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
1870, Page 3, Entry No 17:

"Septr 4th Martha Jane [dau of] John Henry & Elizabeth Martyr [of] 20 Bagshot St Warehouseman [by] C H Stewart"

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Walworth All Saints, Register of Baptism, P92/ALL1, Item 001.



The IGI Individual Record for Martha Jane MARTYR reads:
Christening: 4th September 1870 at Newington, Surrey, England.
Parents: John Henry and Elizabeth MARTYR.
Batch No: I020983, Dates: Not given.


The 1891 Population Census of England shows Martha Jane MARTYR, aged
27 years, born Peckham, Surrey, a Housemaid at the Manchester Hotel, City of London.
(RG12/236, Folio 110, Page 2, Schedule No 4 - Manchester Hotel, St Botolph, City of London, London, England).  
MARTYR, Martha Jane (I1500)
 
135 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms Solemnized in the Parish Church od All Saints Paddington, in the County of Middlesex, in the Year 1875:
Page 160, Entry No 1276:

"1875 July 4th Emma Maud Elizabeth [dau of] William John & Emma Belleville [of] 9a Porchester Terrace Merchant [by] P Barker Offg Minis"



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England, JAS 1952, Aged 77 years, Volume 7b, Page 283.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Cirencester, Death in the Sub-district of Northleach, County of Gloucestershire, England, Entry # 100. On the 10th August 1952 at Ablington Manor, Ablington, Bibury, Emma Maud MARTYR, aged 77 years, Widow of Cyril Godfrey MARTYR, a Lieutenant Colonel, DSO, Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry (Retired). Cause of death: 1a. Haematomysis b. Carcinoma of Stomach - Certified by J C SHAW, MB. Informant: Marjorie BUXTON, Daughter Present at the death of The Old Forge, Fossebridge, Cheltenham, to Registrar,
C W SMART, on the 12th August 1952.



Birth: unknown
Death: Aug. 10, 1952

Burial:
St Michael Churchyard
Winson
Gloucestershire, England

Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Jul 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72696497

"IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
MAUD MARTYR
AUGUST 10TH, 1952"
 
BELLEVILLE, Emma Maude Elizabeth (I1997)
 
136 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1814, Page 116, Entry No 924:

"Augt 27Charles John Son of Thomas and Ann Martyr [of] King Street Builder [by] J P George Curate Born July 31st"

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Greenwich St Alphege, Register of Baptism, P78/ALF, Item 006.



British Library: India Office Family History Search:
Transcribed by:British Library
India Office Records Ref:L/MIL/9/387 f.123

Name:Charles John MARTYR

Event Type:Birth
Date:31st July
Year:1814
Location:Greenwich, Kent
Parents:Thomas, builder, of King Street, & Ann
Notes:Assistant Surgeon, 1839

Event Type:Baptism
Date:27th August
Year:1814
Location:Greenwich, Kent
Parents:Thomas, builder, of King St, & Ann
Notes:Assistant Surgeon, 1839



The IGI Individual Record for Charles John MARTYR reads:
Christening: 27th August 1814 at St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent England.
Parents: Thomas and Ann MARTYR.
Batch No: C006321, Dates: 1812-1815.



British Library, India Office Records: Military Department Records [IOR/L/MIL/09/270 - IOR/L/MIL/09/299]

India Office Records
Catalogue Ref. IOR
Creator(s):
Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India, 1784-1858
Burma Office, 1937-1948
East India Company, 1600-1858
India Office, 1858-1947

Records of the Military Department
Entry to the military, medical and nursing services of the East India Company's Army (1753-1861) and the Indian Army (1861-1940) - ref. IOR/L/MIL/9

Assistant-Surgeons' Papers and the Indian Medical Service
Papers of Assistant Surgeons (1804-1854) and of Assistant
Surgeons selected by the Board of Examiners (1855-1881)
FILE - Assistant-Surgeons' Papers (EIC) - ref. IOR/L/MIL/9/387 - date: 1839-1840
Item: MARTYR, Charles John [M 1839] - ref. IOR/L/MIL/9/387/120-23 [n.d.]



Google Books:
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British & Foreign, India, China and Australia
Volume 34, Jan – Apr 1841: London, Wm H Allen & Co, Leadenhall Street.
http://books.google.com/books?id=vSsYAAAAYAAJ&q=Martyr#v=snippet&q=Martyr&f=false

1841]Region – MadrasPage 57
Nov. 16The following removals are ordered: Asst. Surg. C. J. Martyr, from presidency general hospital, to right wing H.M. 57th regt. at Trichinopoly.

Google Books:
http://books.google.com/books?id=UyEYAAAAYAAJ&q=Martyr#v=snippet&q=Martyr&f=false
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British & Foreign, India, China and Australia
Volume 36, Sep - Dec 1841: London, Wm H Allen & Co, Leadenhall Street.

Dec] Asiatic IntelligencePage 382
Asst. Surgeon C. J. Martyr permitted to enter on general duties of army.



FIBIS Search Engine (http://www.search.fibis.org/html/detail.php?type=pub&id=15108)

Directories and Publications:
Surname: MARTYR
First Names: Charles John
Date: May 1846
Entry: of the HEIC's Madras Medical Dept, at sea, bachelor. [died 12th March 1846, to Thomas MARTYR of Greenwich, Kent, esq, the father, Estate Duty Registers] £100, Pts
Remarks: If duty was payable, this was entered in the Legacy Duty Registers. These are referenced by the IR number.

Source Information:
Source Name: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and Related Probate Jurisdictions: Administration Act Books
Source Years: 1559-1858
Source Repository: The National Archives
Source Repository: PROB 6/222, IR 26/263
Reference:
IOR Reference: None
LDS Film Number: None



FIBIS
Bombay Times & Journal of Commerce
Deaths 1846:

Surname:Martyr
Given Name(s):C J
Place:At Sea
Year:1846
Month:March
Day:12
Register Entry:At Sea on board the Ship Persia on the 12th March Assistant Surgeon C J Martyr Medical Dept"
Edition Years:1846
Edition Date:3 June



Google Books:
The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 179, Part 1, Page 558

OBITUARY
558][May
March 12. On board the ship Persia
homeward bound, Charles John Martyr,
assistant-surgeon Madras Art. third son
of Thomas Martyr, esq. of Groom's-hill,
Greenwich.

http://books.google.com.au/books?oe=UTF-8&id=dewIAAAAIAAJ&q=Martyr#v=snippet&q=Martyr&f=false










 
MARTYR, Charles John (I1978)
 
137 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint Dunstan, Stepney in the County of Middlesex in the Year 1833:
Page 25, Entry No 200:

"1833
June 9Sarah Ann [dau] John & Sarah Martyr [of] WROS(?) Cordwainer [by] G James"



The IGI Individual Record for Sarah Ann MARTYR reads:
Christening: 9th June 1833 at St Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, England
Parents: John & Sarah MARTYN [MARTYR]
Batch No: C055763, Dates: 1833-1835



Ancestry.com
London, England, Non-Conformists Registers 1694-1921
Wycliffe Congregational Church, Stepney:
Entry 1576:

"1835
Sep 6Sarah Ann Martyr Aged 2 years & 6 Mos ?? St Gloucester St" 
MARTYR, Sarah Ann (I1508)
 
138 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint Dunstan, Stepney in the County of Middlesex in the Year 1836:
Page 113, Entry No 897:

"1836
March 27 Ellen [dau] John & Sarah Martyr [of] WROS(?) Shoemaker [by] F Barneby"



IGI Individual Record for Ellen MARTYR reads:
Christening: 27th March 1836 at Saint Dunstan in the West, Stepney, Middlesex, England.
Parents: John & Sarah MARTYR.
Batch No: C055763, Dates: 1835-1837.



The 1871 Population Census of England shows Ellen MARTYR, Unmarried, ag
25 years, a Servant, born Stepney [Middlesex] residing at 2 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, Westminster.
(RG 9/177, Folio 58, Page 40, Schedule No 179 - 2 Tavistock Street, St Paul, Covent Garden, Westminster, London, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Lambeth, Surrey, England, JFM 1885, Aged 49 years, Volume 1d, Page 220. 
MARTYR, Ellen (I2489)
 
139 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint George, Stepney in the County of Middlesex in the Year 1834:
Page 167, Entry No 1330:

"1834
Nov 16James Charles Son of John & Sarah Martyr William Street
Born Cordwainer [by] The Curate
1 Oct 1834"



IGI Individual Record for James Charles MARTYR reads:
Birth: 1st October 1834.
Christening: 16th November 1834 at Saint George in the East, Stepney, Middlesex, England.
Parents: John & Sarah MARTYR.
Batch No: C055783, Dates: 1810-1838.



Ancestry.com
London, England, Non-conformist Registers, 1694-1921
Wycliffe Congregational Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England

"1835, Entry No 1498:
July 26James Charles Martyr Aged 10 mo. [of] William St New Road" 
MARTYR, James Charles (I2488)
 
140 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Mary, Hoxton in the County of Middlesex in the Year One thousand eight hundred and [ninety-four]
Page 40, Entry No 314:

"When Born:1894 Augt 5th Charles [son] John Walter & Caroline Holland
27th Sept 1885 [of] 1 Chatham Avenue Upholsterer [by] H J Corke" 
Holland, Charles (I6279)
 
141 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Mary, Hoxton in the County of Middlesex in the Year One thousand eight hundred and [ninety-four]
Page 40, Entry No 315:

"When Born:1894 Augt 5th William [son] John Walter & Caroline Holland
3rd Jul 1886 [of] 1 Chatham Avenue Upholsterer [by] H J Corke" 
Holland, William (I6280)
 
142 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Mary, Hoxton in the County of Middlesex in the Year One thousand eight hundred and [ninety-four]
Page 40, Entry No 316:

"When Born:1894 Augt 5th George [son] John Walter & Caroline Holland
14 Augt 1887 [of ]1 Chatham Avenue Upholsterer [by] H J Corke" 
Holland, George (I6281)
 
143 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Mary, Hoxton in the County of Middlesex in the Year One thousand eight hundred and [ninety-four]
Page 40, Entry No 317:

"When Born:1894 Augt 5th Florence Adelaide [dau] John Walter & Caroline 10th Oct 1889 Holland [of] 1 Chatham Avenue Upholsterer [by] H J Corke" 
Holland, Florence Adelaide (I6282)
 
144 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Saviour, Southwark in the County of Surrey in the Year 1820:
Page 227, Entry No 1817:

"1820 June 4 Caroline Ann Dr born 22 Feb 1820 of John & Ann Martyr [of] Christ Church [a] Brushmaker [by] Dr Harrison"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials 1813-1980
Burials in the Parish of St George the Martyr Southwark in the County of Surrey
in the Year 1828:
Page 118, Entry No 942:

"Caroline Martyr [of] Gray Street [on] 1828 May 11th [Age] 8 [by] J Horton Curate" 
MARTYR, Caroline Ann (I6532)
 
145 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of [St Alfege] Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1818:
Page 116, Entry No 925:

" Oct 14 Elizabeth Mary Bicknell Daugh of Thomas & Ann Martyr [of] Croom's Hill Gentleman [by] R Dallin born 30th July last"



The IGI Individual Record for Elizabeth Mary Bicknell MARTYR reads:
Birth: 30th July 1818 at Greenwich, Kent, England.
Christening: St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, England.
Parents: Thomas and Ann MARTYR.
Batch No: C006232, Dates: 1816-1819.



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Croydon, Surrey, England, OND 1907, Aged 89 years, Volume 2a, Page 194.




England & Wales National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills & Administrations) 1861-1941:

Page 135WILLS. 1908.
MARTYR Elizabeth Mary Bicknell of 8 Mowbray-road Upper Norwood Surrey widow died 1 December 1907 Probate London 12 February to James Smith Martyr retired general His Majesty's Army. Effects GBP 533 10s.  
MARTYR, Elizabeth Mary Bicknell (I1985)
 
146 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of [St Alfege] Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1820:
Page 230, Entry No 1839:

" 1820 June 15th Charlotte Jane dr of Thomas & Ann Martyr [of] Croom's Hill Gent [by] R Dallin born 18th May last"



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Greenwich, Kent, England, JFM 1883, Aged 62 years, Volume 1d, Page 647. 
MARTYR, Jane Charlotte (I1974)
 
147 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of [St Alfege] Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1822:
Page 70, Entry No 567:

"1822 July 29th Joseph son of Thomas & Ann Martyr [of] Croom's Hill Gentm [by] R Dallin born 1st July last"



Ancestry.com
UK, Articles of Clerkship, 1756-1874

In Queens Bench
William Thomas Mackrell of Abingdon Street
Westminster in the County of Middlesex Gentleman Clerk to John
Laurens Bicknell of the same place one of the Attornies of Her
Majestey's Court of Queens Bench Maketh Oath and Saith that by
Articles of Agreement dated the tenth day of January in the
Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty
eight and made between the said John Laurens Bicknell
therein described as one of such Attornies as aforesaid of the
one part and Thomas Martyr of Greenwich in the County
of Kent Esquire and Joseph Martyr son of the said Thomas
Martyr of the other part The said Joseph Martyr for the
consideration therein mentioned did put and place and bind
himself Clerk to the said John Laurens Bicknell to serve
him in the profession of an Attorney at law from the day of
the date of the said Articles for the term of five years
from thence next asuring and fully to be complete and
ended and which said articles were in due form of law
executed by the said John Laurens Bicknell Thomas
Martyr and Joseph Martyr inj the presence of this
deponent and of one Charles Cotes of Abingdon Street
Westminster gentleman also Clerk to the said John Laurens
Bicknell and that the names of Charles Cotes and Wm T
Mackrell set and subscribed to the said Articles as Witnesses
to the due execution thereof are the proper handwriting of
this Deponent and of the said Charles Cotes.

Sworn in Court at}[signed] Wm T Mackrell
Westminster Hall}
the fifteenth day of}
January 1838}
By the Court

The National Archives of the UK (TNA); Kew, Surrey, England; Court of King's Bench: Plea Side: Affidavits of Due Execution of Articles of Clerkship, Series III; Class: KB 107; Piece: 10.


The London Gazette, Issue No 20692
Dated 15th January 1847, Page 171 (page 23 of 44)

IN pursuance of the powers and provisions of certain
articles of partnership, bearing date the 30th day of
August 1845, made between me the undersigned, John
Frederick Isaacson, of Norfolk-street, Strand, in the County
of Middlesex, Attorney at Law and Solicitor, of the one
part; and Joseph Martyr, of Greenwich, in the county of
Kent, Attorney at Law and Solicitor, of the other part; I
do hereby give notice and declare, that the partnership heretofore
subsisting between myself and the said Joseph Martyr
is dissolved.—Dated this 15th day of January 1847.
John F. Isaacson.



South Australian Register List of Passengers:
Adelaide: July 21st 1849:

"MADAWASKA" 1849:

Built 1847 Quebec for Fieldon & Co, Liverpool.
3 mast rig 127' x 26' x 18' (561 tons)
Captain John McKinnell left London and Plymouth, on March 26th 1849
Bound for Australia - arriving Adelaide on July 17, 1849 with the mutual co-operation
of the passengers immigrants mostly from England
(Lloyds Shipping List and Log of Logs)

Source: http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/fh/passengerlists/1849Madawaska.htm



Public Record Office of Victoria, Australia
Index to Unassisted Passenger Lists to Victoria, 1852-1923
Arriving on the "COPENHAGEN" in October 1858 to Victoria from a British Port:

Age:Fiche:Page No:
Name:MARTYR, Mrs31 years152001
MARTYR, Clara Miss20 years152001
MARTYR, Ellen1 year152001
MARTYR, Jos, Mr32 years152001
MARTYR, Kate2 years152001



National LIbrary of Australia
The Argus (Melbourne, VIC: 1848-1954)
Thursday 10 October 1861, page 6

GEELONG
(From Our Own Correspondent.)
Wednesday, Oct 9
The annual Hunt Club dinner came off last
night at Gosling's British Hotel, with considerable
eclat. Forty gentlemen sat down to as sumptious
an entertainment as the most fastidious appetite
could desire. Mr. William Fraser, chairman
of the club, presided; and Mr. Joseph Martyr,
filled the vice-chair. The room was ........

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5704862



THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT
of the Committee of Management
of the
GEELONG INFIRMARY and
BENEVOLENT ASYLUM
with the Finacial Statement, List of Subscriptions
and
List of Diseases etc, Treated During the Year
1862

Geelong, H WISE, Late PATERSON, PRINTER
MOORRABOOL STREET
1869

http://www.zades.com.au.ganda/images/stories/pdfs/GI1862AnR.pdf

Committe of Management includes: JOSEPH MARTYR, ESQ.
Seconded Motion:
"That the following Gentlemen be elected as the Committee of Management for the current year .....

Moved by Mr. J. S. Hill, J.P.
Seconded by Mr. J. Martyr.




PAPERSPAST
VICTORIA
Southland Times, Volume III, Issue 35, 17 January 1864, Page 2

This article is about "... a very acrimonious correspondence on the part of one of the members, Mr Joseph Martyr, a solicitor and flaming high churchman, who looks upon any other than Episcopal ordination as a mere farce, and those whose knowledge upon such subjects is quite equal to his piety, which, like most lawyers, is exhibited in true homeopathic style - infinitesimal doses."



Ancestry.com
Australia Death Index, 1787-1985

Name:Joseph MARTYR
Death Place:Victoria
Age:45 years
Father's Name:Thomas
Mother's Name:Ann U (sic)
Registration Year:1867
Registration Place:Victoria
Registration Number:10413



National Library of Australia
The Argus (Melbourne, VIC: 1848-1954)
Wednesday 27 November 1867, page 4

DEATHS
MARTYR. - On the 25th inst., at Barwon-bank, Gee-
long, Joseph Martyr, solicitor, aged forty-five years.

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Geelong Cemetery, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Register No:96853
Surname:MARTYR
Given Names:Joseph
Service Date:27 Nov 1867
Cemetery:Geelong Eastern Cemetery
Location:COEO*A***73 
MARTYR, Joseph (I1983)
 
148 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Baptisms Solemnized in the Parish of [St Giles] Camberwell, in the County of Surrey in the Year 1815:
Page No 110, Entry No 874:

"1815 Septem 25th Charles Martyr Son of Joseph & Mary Jemima Latham [of] Peckham Merchant [by] Robt S Crane Curate." 
LATHAM, Charles Martyr (I6508)
 
149 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Bapyisms Solemnized in St Mary's Church, St Marylebone,
Middlesex in the Year 1835: Page 5

Entry No: 36

January 20Amelia Johanna Dau [of] William (Deceased) and Catherine Elizabeth White [of] 16 Stingo Lane Hair Dresser [by] G K Charlton Curate [born] November 1, 1834 
White, Amelia Johanna (I8658)
 
150 Ancestry.com
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906
Bapyisms Solemnized in St Mary's Church, St Marylebone,
Middlesex in the Year 1835: Page 5

Entry No: 36

January 21John Charles Son [of] William (Deceased) and Catherine Elizabeth White [of] 16 Stingo Lane Hair Dresser [by] G K Charlton Curate [born] February 18, 1833 
White, John Charles (I8646)
 

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