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51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, G.T. (I6546)
 
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, B.J. (I6545)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, L.R. (I6544)
 
54 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825." 
GRAHAM, Louise Marie (I6541)
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, G.J. (I6540)
 
56 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825."


"Occ. Worked most of his life on Mayneside Station via Winton. He did work for Shaw's Transport in Winton for a while. Robbie as he was known took over the family property when his mother died in 1978. He continued to opal mine and run cattle until 1984 when the DPI shot all the cattle out. he continued mining until his death in 1989."

[DPI = Department of Primary Industries. DPI: agriculture, fisheries, earth resources, energy, and forestry.] 
MARTYR, Robert James (I6539)
 
57 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825."



Billion Graves Records:

Name:Jean Elizabeth COLE (Martyr)
Birth Date:not available
Marriage date:not available
Death Date:27th March, 2011
Age:85 years
Cemetery Name:Beenleigh Cemetery
Photographer:Peter W on November 12th, 2015
Reference:B/L05/9/28 
MARTYR, Jean Elizabeth (I6384)
 
58 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825."


"Arrived in Queensland before 1918 in Winton. Occ. George lived most of his life working in the Winton area. He worked as a Dogger (dingo trapper), fencing, yard building and working on sheep stations. He also did kangaroo shooting until his death in 1962."



Australian Electoral Rolls:
Queensland, Kennedy, Mayneside, 1936
Page: 16

Entry No: 906 Martyr, Barbara, Manuka st., Winton, home duties, F
Entry No: 907 Martyr, George, Mayneside, horsebreaker, M
Entry No: 908 Martyr, James, Mayneside, contractor, M
Entry No: 909 Martyr, Mary Jessie, Winton, home duties, F



Queensland Government, Department of Justice & Attorney-General
Births, Marriages & Deaths, Historical Index:

Registration #:1962/C2349
Given Names:George [John]
Surname:Martyr
Father's Name:Ernest [Henry]
Mother's Name:Kate Callaghan



The Individual Pedigree Resource File for George John MARTYR reads:
Birth: 1890 at Cunnamulla, Queensland, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 4th January 1962 at Winton, Queensland, Australia
Parents: Ernest Henry MARTYR & Catherine CALLAGHAN
Marriage: 7th July 1918 at Winton, Queensland, Australia
Spouse: Alice Margaret BATH.

Information from LDS Submitter: Jennifer McCarthy, 28 Bulgonia Road, Brightwaters, 2264 New South Wales, Australia. CD-ROM Pedigree Resource File Compact
Disc #133, Pin 2137272.



Australia Death Index, 1787-1985:

Name:George MARTYR
Death Date:08 Apr 1962
Death Place:Queensland
Father's Name:Ernest
Mother's Name:Kate CALLAGHAN
Registration Year:1962
Registration Place:Queensland
Registration No:002349
Page No:1807


BDM Queensland Index Search, 1829-1964
Death Index:

Registration No:1962/C2349
Given Names:George
Surname:MARTYR
Father's Name:Ernest
Mother's Name:Kate CALLAGHAN


Queensland Death Certificate
Registration Number 1962/2349 2246

Deceased:
Name:George MARTYR
Occupation:Pensioner
Sex & Age:Male 75 years
Date of Death:8 April 1962
Place of Death:Winton Hoospital, Winton
Where Born:Cunnamulla, Queensland

Parents:
Father:Ernest MARTYR
Mother:Kate CALLAGAN
Marriage:Winton, Queensland, 32 years, Alice Margaret Bath
Children:James Richard [MARTYR] 43 years
Medical:

Cause of Death:(a) Acute cystitis (b) Chronic cystitis (c) Suprapubic csytostamy for prostatomegaly
Duration of Last Ilness:11 years
Medical Attendant:Dr J G OHLRICH last seen on 8 April 1962

Burial or Cremation:
When:9 April 1962 at Winton Cemetery
By Whom Certified:P J KENNA

Informant:L WAIN, no relation, Secretary Winto Hospital Board, Winton: J R MARTYR, Son of Narangie, Winton
Registrar:G W HAY, 9 April 1962, Winton 
MARTYR, George John (I4854)
 
59 Aged inferred from age stated on marriage certificate quoted as 27 years.

General Register Office, Register of Births, Registration District of Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales, JAS 1888, Volume 11a, Page 36.

Certificate of Birth, Registration District of Monmouth, Birth in the Sub-district of Trelleck, County of Monmouthshire, Wales, Entry # 338. On the 18th August 1888 at Llandogo, William Edward RENDELL, a son to William Charles RENDELL, a Railway Signalman, and Annie Marie RENDELL, formerly PARRY. Informant: W C RENDELL, father, of Llandogo on the 26th October 1888 to Registrar, Matthew HOWELLS.

General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Hastings, East Sussex, England, JFM 1934, Volume 2b, Page 67.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Hastings, Death in the Sub-district of Hastings, County of Hastings CB, East Sussex, England, Entry # 43. On the 18th March 1934 at Royal East Sussex Hospital, William Edward RENDELL, aged 45 years, of 6b Castledown Avenue, Hastings UD, an Insurance Agent. Cause of death: Ia. Heart failure b. Chole cystitis c. Gall stone impacted in common bile duct - NO PM - Certified by F E KINGSLEY, MRCS. Informant: V M RENDELL, widow of the deceased, present at death of 6b Castledown Avenue, Hastings, to Registrar, John PRITCHARD on the 19th March 1934. 
Rendell, William Edward (I0273)
 
60 All Saints Church, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England
Register of Baptisms, 1741-1832
Baptism Record for April, 1772

"April 28WilliamMarter S.William Marter Esqe & Jane"

(FHL Film No 991684)


IGI Individual Record for William MARTER reads:
Christening: 28th April 1772 at Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England.
Parents: William and Jane MARTER.
Batch No: C015493, Dates: 1741-1875.


UK & US Directories, 1680-1800

Name:William Marter
Dates:1776-1800
Location:London
Gender:Male
Address:Kensington
Society/Club Name:Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce
Member Status/Office Held:Member
Source Date:1800



London Metropolitan Archives

Collection:ROYAL AND SUN ALLIANCE INSURANCE GROUP
Insured:William Marter, Great St Helens, Merchant
Reference Code:CLC/B/192/F/001/MS11936/418/709762
Former Refrence:709762
Date:1800 Nov 26

The history below relates to Sun Insurance Office Limited only. For the histories of subsidiary companies and companies which merged with Sun Insurance please see their sub-fonds entries (CLC/B/192-02 to -37).


London Metropolitan Archives

Collection:ROYAL AND SUN ALLIANCE INSURANCE GROUP
Insured:William Marter, Near St Mary Axe, Great St Helens, Merchant
Reference Code:CLC/B/192/F/001/MS11936/423/730718
Former Reference:730718
Date:1800 Nov 26
Scope & Content:Othe Property / Occupiers Mentioned: Fulham House, Fulham, Middlesex (schoolmistress); Sewardstone, Waltham Abbey, Essex

The history below relates to Sun Insurance Office Limited only. For the histories of subsidiary companies and companies which merged with Sun Insurance please see their sub-fonds entries (CLC/B/192-02 to -37).



Fulham House
87 High Street
Fulham
London SW6 3JS

Fulham House is a restored Grade II listed Georgian House once the residence of the Cromwell family. It is just two minutes from Putney Bridge tube station and seven minutes from Putney Main Line station.

The main hall with its glass canopied ceiling creates a spacious atmosphere - ideal for a product launch or seminar. The hall can also cater for up to 120 guests for dinner. The spacious Committee room is ideal for boardroom meetings or can accommodate up to 40 delegates when set up in a theatre style. There are also further classrooms and a professional kitchen available for hire.



British Newspaper Archive:
Morning Post, Thursday 26 May, 1803:

EAST INDIA MADEIRA - There are to be SOLD, in the East India Company's Cellars, several PIPES of LONDON PARTICULAR MADEIRA WINE, which have been two years in India, and are of superior quality and flavour. Applications to be made to Mr. W. Marter of the East India House.


British Newspaper Archive:
Morning Post, Saturday 28 January, 1804:

EAST INDIA MADEIRA - There are to be SOLD, in the East India Company's Cellars, several PIPES of LONDON PARTICULAR MADEIRA WINE, which have been two years in India, and are of superior flavour, and at a moderate price. They may be tasted on applications to Mr. W. Marter of the East India House.



Deed:William & Thomas Peter MARTER to John CONNER
Middlesex Deeds Registry 1804-1807
(Greater London Record Office) - Microfilm X8/14

No. 388 MARTER to CORNER
Registered at 12 the 3rd October 1804
upon the Oath of N MORPHETT
Sworn before L RIGGE
Signed: 2nd October 1801 by John CORNER es Signed and Sealed in the presence of Nath MORPHETT and George Henry COCKER.


Deed:William MARTER to Nicholas NUGENT
Middlesex Deeds Register 1804-1807
(Greater London Record Office) - Microfilm X8/14

No. 289
MARTER to NUGENT Indenture of Lease dated 2nd March 1807 and made between William MARTER of the East India House in the City of London Esqe of the one part and Nicholas NUGENT of Albany in Piccadilly in the County of Middlesex Esqe of the other part of and concerning all that set of apartments marked No 6 situate on the two pair storey on the South of the staircase on the 4th Building from the Mansion House lately called Melbourne House in the parish of Saint James West minster in the said County of Middlesex on the Easr side of the Garden thereto belonging marked the letter A(?) wiith the w Garratt & Cellar and all Profits advantages Easements U appurt to the said premes belonging or appertaining which Indie purports to be a Lease for 99 years if the said Nicholas NUGENT shall so long live and as to the Execution thereof by the said William MARTER is attested by Thomas WHILLOCK of Essex Street in the parish of St Clement Danes in the County of Middlesex Gent and William Evans of the East India House Gent
W MARTER HF - Signed and Sealed in the Presence of
W EVANS - Thos WHILLOCK

Deed:William MARTER to William Thomas SEYMOORE
Middlesex Deeds Registry 1808-1811
(Greater London Record Office) Microfilm X8/15

Not transcribed - previous transcriptions and information from Mary Lynne WILLIAMSON in December 1995.



Kent Archaeological Society - Research:
Ash-next-Ridley: Fulljames Survey 1792 - Part 2.

Page 28, Plan 3D, Map 23. P8/28/1.
Owner: Mr MARTER
Occupier: Edward CASSAN
1. The House, Garden etc.
2. Lower Field.
3. Middle Field.
4. The Hop Garden.

Page 29, Plan 3E, Map 23. P8/28/1.
Owner: Mr MARTER.
Occupier: William RHODES.
1. The House and Garden.

Staplehurst Tithe Award Schedule - Part 2.
Sheet 27.
Owner: William MARTER.
Occupier: Titus SPICER.
Property: Lindridge Farm, Quantities: 51.0.5, Rector: 10.15.3.

Also owned Polebrook Farm and Kiln House Farm.



The London Gazette, Issue 16134
5 April 1808, Page 7 of 16 [Page491]

East India-House, April 6, 1808.
The Court of Directrs of the United Company of
Merchants of England, trading to the East Indies,
do hereby give Notice,
That they have established a Warehouse in New-
Street, Bishopsgate-Street, for the Reception of Baggage,
Presents, and Wine from India, and have appointed
Messrs. William Marter and William Evans to superintend
the same.
The Board of Customs having acceded to several Regulations
proposed by tbe Court, by which more Facility
and Dispatch in the Examination and Delivery of Bag-.
gage and other Articles will be afforded to the Public, the
Court of Direclors trust that such Arrangement will.
so simplify the Forms of Office as to preclude the Ne-
cessity of any Agency other than that established by the
Court, namely, of Messrs. Marter and Evans, who will
transact all Business respecting Baggage, Presents, and
- Wine, as well for the Public as for the Company.
William Ramsay, Secretary.



Access to Archives A2A, Guildhall Library
The "Place in the Sun" project for the
Index of Sun Fire Office policy registers
www.history.ac.uk/gh/sun.htm

File:MS 11936/457/860146
Date:25 July 1811
Contents:Insured: William Marter, The East India House, esq
Other property or occupiers: near the Hero of Maida, Edgeware Road, Paddington



The Times:
Issue No 10,331, London
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1817
Page 3, Col 1

"EAST INDIA HOUSE
COURT OF PROPRIETORS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17
..................................
...................................
The motion was carried unanimously, as were the motions to approve
the following resolutions of the Court of Directors: -

26th Aug.1812. 300L. to Mr. Wm. Marter."




A2A: Plymouth and West Devon Record Office: CULME Family of Tothill, Plymouth.
Creator(s): CULME Family of Tothill:
KENT: Sundridge, Ide Hill.
File Reference: 552/520#
Creation dates: 1841
Scope and Content:

Release:
1 Charles Matthew Thompson of Westerham, Kent, surgeon
2 Joseph Baldwin of Montague Place, Deptford, Kent, gent
3 William MARTER of Shelleys Farm, Knockholt, Kent, esq
4 Thomas Holmes Bosworth of Westerham, Kent, gent
Tenement at the bottom of Ide Hill, Sundridge, Kent


File Reference: 552/522
Creation dates: 1846
Scope and Content:

Conveyance:
1 William MARTER of Shelleys Farm, Knockholt, Kent, esq
2 Benjamin Lewis of Cornwall Terrace, Regents Park, Oakwood Lodge, part of Chains Farm, Ide Hill, Sundridge, Kent
Consideration: 420
Colour plan



The 1841 Population Census shows William MARTER, aged 69 years, a Farmer residing at Knockholt, Kent together with his wife, Hannah MARTER, both born in County "N" together with their 9 children: Julia MARTER, aged 26 years, Mary MARTER, aged 20 years, Emily MARTER, aged 20 years, Catherine MARTER, aged 15 years, Eliza MARTER, aged 15 years, Laura MARTER, aged 15 years, Septima MARTER, aged 14 years, Octavia MARTER, aged 12 years and Nonaria MARTER, aged 10 years all born in County "Y"; and [Hannah's sister] Jane OCKENDEN, aged 40 years, born in County "N".
(HO107/483/13, Enumeration Schedule 13, Page 20 - Knockholt, Kent, England).



The 1851 Population Census of England shows William MARTER, Head, aged 78 years, born Ham, Surrey, residing at Shelley's Farm, Knockholt, a Farmer of 164 acres, employing 2 Men and 2 Boys as Labourers. Also in house are: Hannah MARTER, wife aged 63 years, born Bexhill, Surrey, and daughters: Julia aged 36 years, Catherine aged 30 years, Septima aged 24 years, Octavia aged 22 years all born Knockholt, Kent, and Sister-in-law Jane OCKENDEN, born Bexhill, Surrey.
(HO107/1606/1, Folio 261, Page 3, House Schedule 7 - Shelley's Farm, Knockholt, Kent).



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Kent Farms Vellum Indenture Deed dated 25th March 1857:
Deed of Gift of Tile Kiln and Powlbrook Farms in Chiddingstone, Kent between William MARTER of Knockholt and Julia MARTER, Mary MARTER, Emily MARTER, Catherine MARTER, Eliza MARTER, Laura MARTER, Septima MARTER, Octavia MARTER and Nonaria MARTER all of Knockholt, and daughters of the said William.

Property:The Tile Kiln and Powlbrook Farms with several other named closes of land in Chiddingstone, Kent.
Medium:Manuscript in English on vellum.
Condition:Good, but with some Solicitor's pencil marks.
Characteristics:Signatures and red wax seals. Revenue and tax stamps.
Document size:Approximately 60 cm by 70 cm.
Document ID #:2417



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Bromley, Kent, England, OND 1859, Volume 2a, Page 139.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Bromley, Death in the Sub-district of Bromley, County of Kent, England, Entry # 284. On the 2nd November 1859 at "Shelley's", Knockholt, Kent, William MARTER, aged 87 years, Gentleman. Cause of death; Old age - not certified. Informant: Julia MARTER (Daughter) present at death usually residing at the same address to Registrar, Charles BOURNE, on the 23rd November 1859.



Internet Archives -The Gentleman’s Magazine and Historical Review
Volume M DCCC LIX, Volume VII, New Series

DEATHS
ARRANGED IN CHRONONLOGICAL ORDER
Page 656

1859] OBITUARY[Dec
Nov 2. At Shelleys, Knockholt, Kent, aged 87, William Marter, esq., H.E.I.C., C.S.

http://archive.org/stream/gentlemansmagaz213unkngoog#page/n662/mode/2up



Obituary in The Times, London, England on the Friday the 4th November 1895, Death Notice (University of Waterloo, Dana PORTER Library, Microfilm Reel 6, MIC S24)



Kent Archaeology - Index to Knockholt Memorial Index:
Inscriptions in the Churchyard of Knockholt, Kent.
Taken in July 1891, Page 40:

A complete transcription of Vol. VII of L. L. Duncan's manuscript notebook of Monumental Inscriptions for Hartley, Ridley, Longfield, Fawkham, Kingsdown, Knockholt, High Halden and the MARTIN Family. The original is lodged in the Library of the Kent Archaeological Society.


An obelisk within iron rails:

William MARTER, HEICS, for 45 years of Shellys of this Parish died November 2, 1859 aged 88. Also Hannah wife of the above died at Shellys September 24 1861 aged 72. Also William MARTER, MRCS, only son of the above William and Hannah MARTER died at Rochester, State of New York,May 20 1858. His body is interred in the cemetery of Rochester, US where a monument is also erected on his grave. Also Catherine daughter of William and Hannah MARTER who died at Shellys July 30 1838. Also Eliza 5th daughter of the same died at Shellys 10 January 1865, also Mary 2nd daughter of the same died at St Johns 7 December 1889. Also Julia eldest daughter of Wm. and Hannah MARTER died at Shellys 30 July 1873 aged 59 also Emily 3rd daughter of the same, for 30 years of the Manor House, Greenwich, who died at Hither Green, April 8 1875 aged 56 years.

(www.kentarchaeology.org.uk)



Owned about one third of the village of Knockholt, Kent, England and resided in a Manor House called "Shellys" and owned several farms in Kent and houses roundabouts as well as houses in Fulham and other places in London.


Many of the dates associated with the FURNISS branch of the family were obtained from the web site: http://www.gritquoy.com/genealogy/descend using data compiled by Anne HORNER 2005-06 on the program The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding: Copyright Darrin LYTHGOE 2001-05, Hosted by Signal 100.



THE LONDON GAZETTE, MARCH 15, 1864
Issue No 22833, Page No 29 of 56
Sheet No 1571

PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a cause of MARTER against MARTER, the creditors of William MARTER, the Elder, late of Shelley's Farm, Knockholt, near Sevenoaks, in the county of Kent, Farmer, deceased, who died in or about the month of November 1859 are, by their Solicitors, on or before the 13th day of April 1864, to come in and prove their claims, at the Rolls-Yard, Chancery Lane, Middlesex, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree. Monday the 18th day of April 1864, at two o'clock in the afternoon at the said chambers, in apppointed for the hearing and adjudicating upon the claims. - Dated this 9th day of March 1864.



To the memory of William Marter, H.E.I.C.
for 45 years of Shelley in this Parish
who died Nov. 2nd, 1859, aged 88 years
also
Hannah, wife of the above, who died at
Shellys, Sept. 21st, 1859, aged 72 years.
William Marter, M.R.C.S. only son of the above
William & Hannah Marter who died at Rochester,
State of New York, May 20th, 1858
His body is interred in the cemetery of Rochester
U.S. where a monument is also ereccted over his grave
also
of Laura, 6th daughter of the above
died Nov. 7th, 1903, aged 78 years
also
Catherine, 4th daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at Shelleys, July 30th, 1858
also
Eliza, fifth daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at Shelleys, January 10th, 1865
also
Mary, second daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at St. Johns, December 7th, 1889
also
Nonaria, youngest daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at Highfield, June 14th, 1897
also
in memory of
Julia, eldest daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at Shelleys, July 30th 1873. aged 69
also
Emily, 3rd daughter of William & Hannah Marter
for 30 years of Manor House, Greenwich
who died at Hither Green, April 8th, 1875
also
Octavia, 8th daughter of William & Hannah Marter
who died at Hasting, April 3rd, 1899, aged 70
also
in memory of
Septima, 7th daughter of William & Hannah Marter
and wife of Frederick Furniss
who died April 23rd, 1905, aged 78 years
interred at Edensor
also
In proud and loving memory of Kevin R. Furniss
Lieut. R.F.C. wounded and taken prisoner
April 22nd, 1917, aged 19 years
also
Of Tom F. Gayford, Lieut. R. E. killed in action
Nov. 23rd, 1917, aged 19 years



THE LONDON GAZETTE, AUGUST 10, 1866
Issue No 23149, Page 21 of 80
Sheet No 4471

"THIRD SCHEDULE" "Extract from the Summary of the Apportionment of the Rent Charges in lieu of Tithes in the Parish of Knockholt, in the county of Kent"

Landowners:ROBINSON, George Richard
Occupiers:Jackson, Sarah
MARTER, William
Total Quantities:159A3R1P
Total Rent Charge payable
to the Rector and his
Lessee, James SUTCLIFFE:£5 14s 0d




Property Conveyed to the Eight Miss Marters By Divers Settlements During Mr Marter's Lifetime:
Lsd
1853Gullen's farm at Staplehurst40a 0r 0p}
Taylor's Land ditto ditto6a 1r 17p}
Underhill Lands at ditto7a 0r 0p} 5000
All these in tenure of mr Sharp annual rent}

Stoney Woods in Staplehurst 14a 1r 29p}
Underwood sold in 1854 for 125 Pounds. As }
woods are generally cut once in 10 years we } 1200
will call the annual value of this wood}

1855The remaining term of a leasehold house}
No 15 Maida Hill (ground rent 4 Pound }
5 Shillings per annum to the Bishop of London)} 4800
tenure of Mrs Reynolds}

alsoDitto Ditto No 14 Maida Hill, subject}
to 4 Pounds 5 Shilling ground rent - tenure}
Mrs Moore. These two houses have 22 years of} 5000
Lease to run and then revert to the Estate of the}

1857Tile Kiln Farm at Chiddingstone 29 acres}
tenure of Mr Damper} 2400

alsoA cottage and 1/4 acre land now in tenure}
of Mr White, who mis to hold till Michaelmas}
for 4 Pounds on condition of certain improve-} 1200
ments annual value}

Powlbrook's Farm in Chiddingstone 30 acres,}
tenure Mr W Nye} 3000

Wood in Chiddingstone about 4 acres}

Total gross annual rental of Gift Property 226 Pounds


Property left to the 8 Miss Marters under their father's Will
Lsd
Knockholt
Great Burlings tenure Mr Corpe18 00
Little Burlings tenure Mr Lowe28 00
Sydney House tenure Mr Collier19100
Cottage adjoining [above] tenure Fairbarns 6 00
Franklin's Cottage tenure Wood 8 00
Highfield House unlet20 00
Holly Cottage E Marter (no rent)20 00
Old Eyes tenure Griffith23 00
Carlisle's Cottage tenure Gillam 5 00
ditto ditto tenure Woodman 5 00

House at Fulham tenure Miss King60 00

House in City tenure Mrs McDonald21 00

Meadows at Burlings tenure selves14 00

Total gross rental of properties passing
by Will247 Pounds 10 Shillings

NB On this property an annuity of 100 Pounds per annum is charged to Mrs Marter, the furniture also at Shelleys belongs to our Mother for her life.


The lease of the farm & farm stock also passes under the Will to the 8 Miss Marters.
Besides thes various properties there are also several
foreign bonds which have been bought in our names, and
always considered by our Father as belonging to us, and purchased
from the savings of the properties conveyed to us. These are:

1020Spanish Deferred paying an increasing interest this
at 37 5/8 values about387. 00 00

255dittoditto
These ay their interest (increasing every year) and
are rising in value 95. 00 00

500Mexican at 21 5/8
This pays no interest but is rising in value 108. 02. 00

500Canada at 17
This pays no interset but is rising 80. 00. 00

25Illinois shares - all paid up - interset 20 Pounds
per annum on the whole 25 shares. These shares
are quoted at 55 discount, that is they have lost half
their value200. 00. 00

500$Illinois first .................................................
This Bond pays 7 per cent but is daily falling in
value - in January 1859 it was worth 90 Pounds
 
Marter, William (I0589)
 
61 All Saints Church, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England:
Register of Baptisms, 1741-1832,
December, 1770

Page 219, Item No 201
December 27Elizabeth Marter D. William Marter, Esq. & Jane. born 29 Nov



IGI Individual Record for Elizabeth MARTER reads:
Christening: 27th December 1770 at the Parish Church of All Saints, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England.
Parents: William & Jane MARTER.
Batch No: C015493, Dates: 1741-1875.



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Kensington, Greater London, England, June 1838, Volume 3, Page 219.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Kensington, Death in the Sub-district of Kensington, County of Middlesex, England, Entry # 201. On the 4th April 1838 at
10 Phillimore Place, Kensington, Middlesex, Elizabeth MARTER, aged 67 years and
5 months, a Maiden Lady. Cause of death: Decay of Nature. Informant: The "X" Mark of Susan WALFORD [Elizabeth's servant], Present at the death, to Registrar, Thomas MADDEN, on the 9th April 1838.



Westminster City Archives:

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Volume 120, Burials [microfilm of actual register, not BTs]
Page 113, Burials in the Parish of St Martin-in-the-Fields, in the County of Middlesex, in the Year 1838.

Entry No: 102
[in margin]:4th Apr (date of death)
Name:Elizabeth MARTER
Abode:Kensington
When Buried:April 11th
Service by:J KENYON(?) , Curate 
Marter, Elizabeth (I1800)
 
62 Also recorded as being called "Minnie"


Ancestry.com
Public Member Tree: Unsourced

Elizabeth Rhoda Marter:
Birth: 1890 - Auckland, New Zealand

Spouse: Edmund Charles Townsend b. Abt. 1888 Auckland, New Zealand
F: Frederick William Marter b. Abt. 1852 London
M: Ellen Margaret McCarthy b. Abt. 1860 Auckland, New Zealand



New Zealand Electoral Roll 1893 CD:

Surname:MARTER
Given Name:Ellen Margaret
Number:1991
Electorate:Parnell
Voting Qualification:Residential
Residential Address:Rendall Pl
Occupation:Domestic duties



Death:1926MARTER Ellen Margaret67Y[years]
Registration Number:1926/5708
Date:09 Sep 1926

Sources:

The Department of Government Affairs: newzealand.govt.nz
http://bdmhistoricalrecords.identityservices.govt.nz

metric_squid@hotmail.com Terri Doyle: Sat 25 Jul 2009 5:53am
RAOGK [Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness]
New Zealand - North Island, Auckland



The New Zealand Genealogical Society V5 Index:

Undertakers' Records:

Name:MARTER Ellen Margaret
Date:09 Sep 1926
Undertaker:J Weir & Co Ltd
Place of Residence:Hospital
Cemetery:Waikumete
Age:67

Further enquiries to:NZSG


New Zealand Genealogical Society:
NZ Burial Locator CD Version 1:

Source:Waikumete Cemetery Office
Record Type:B/R [Burial Record]
Year of Death:1926
Surname:MARTER
Given Names:Ellen Margaret
Age:67
Location:Waikumete Cemetery, Glen Eden, Haratounga, Auckland



Waitakere City Council, New Zealand
Cemetery Search: Waikumete Cemeyery, Waitakere:

Plot:Non-conformist Division A, Row 3, Plot 12-14
Interment Type:Burial
Title:Mrs
Surname:MARTER
Given Names:Ellen Margaret
Age:67
Gender:Female
Occupation:Married
Date of Death:09-Sep-1926
Date of Cremation:N/A
Date of Burial:11-Sep-1926
Funeraql Director:J Weir & Company Limited
Head Stone Details:N/A 
Dignan, Ellen Margaret (I5937)
 
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England, Selected Births & Christenings, 1538-1975

Name:Christopher Thomas SULLIVAN
Gender:Male
Baptism Date:6th February 1876
Baptism Place:St Mary's, Southampton
Father:Clement Jeremie SULLIVAN
Mother:Julia Margaret
FHL Film Number:1041727
Reference ID:Item 5, page 328


General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Southampton, Hampshire, England, JFM 1876, aged 0 years, Volume 2c, Page 12. 
Sullivan, Christopher Thomas (I8632)
 
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Florida Death Index, 1877-1998:

Name:Helen Treman MARTYR
Death Date:Oct 1969
County of Death:Saratosa, Florida
Sate of Death:Florida
Age at Death:Not given
Race:White
Gender:Female
Birth Date:Not given 
Treman, Helen (I3171)
 
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Surrey, England: Parish & Probate Records:
Surrey: Sutton - Parish Registers, 1636-1837
Baptisms:1825
County: Surrey
Country:England
Date:17th June 1825: Joseph William son Tho. & Elizh MARTYR, Cornchandler



The IGI Individual Record for Joseph William MARTYR reads:
Christening: 17th June 1825 at Sutton, Surrey, England.
Parents: Thomas and Elizh(Elizabeth) MARTYR.
Batch No: P013431, Dates: 1636-1837.


Birth and Burial dates inferred from the National Burial Index for England & Wales, Second Edition, Disc Ser No 2, Burials, 1761-1825:

" 8th October 1825, Joseph William MARTER, 15 w(eeks), Surrey, Banstead, All Saints".
 
Marter, Joseph William (I1177)
 
66 Ancestry.co.uk - California Birth Index, 1905-1995

Name:John F MARTYR
Birth Date:16th December 1913
Gender:Male
Mother's Maiden Name:FERRIS
Birth County:Alameda



US Public Records Index:

Name:John F MARTYR
Street Address:313 Via Del Puente
City:Rolling Hills Estates, and Palos Verdes Peninsular
County:Los Angeles
State:California
Zip Code:90274
Phone Number:310-375-3397
Record Number:604661838 and 427705161
Household Members:John F MARTYR,
Estimated Age:95 years
Birth Year:1913
Katherine J MARTYR
Estimated Age:88 years
Birth Year:1920



US Phone and Address Directories, 1993-2002:

Name:John F MARTYR
Address:313 Via Del Punte 61
City:Palos Verdes Estates
State:California
Zip Code:90274-1274
Phone Number:310-375-3397
Residence Years:1993-2002



US Public Records Index:

Name:John F MARTYR
Birth Date:1913
Address:500 E Amado Road
City:Palm Springs
County:Riverside
State:California
Zip Code:92262
Phone Number:760
Record Number:97131591



US Public Records Index:

Name:John F MARTYR
Birth Date:1913
Street Address:5801 Crestridge Road
City:Rancho Palos Verdes
County:Los Angeles
State:California
Zip Code:90275
Phone Number:310
Record Number:9545133354



US Social Security Death Index:

Name:John F MARTYR
SSN:564-16-8071
Last Residence:89801 Elko, Elko Co, Nevada
Born:16th December 1913
Died:7th February 2008
State (Year) SSN Issued:California (Before 1951)
 
Martyr, John Ferris (I1531)
 
67 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martyr, P.A. (I1530)
 
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Australia Death Index:

Name:Michael Steven CLYDE
Father's Name:Steven
Mother's Name:Ivy Myrtle CRAIG
Location:ALTO
Age:1 year
State:Victoria
Reference No:22191Digger Death Index:
Victoria, Australia, 1921-1985

Name:MARTYR
Given Name:Michael Steven
Father's Name:Steven Clyde
Mother's Name:Ivy Myrtle CRAIG
Death Place:ALTO
Age:0 years
Year:1972
Registration No:22191
Event:DEATH 
MARTYR, Michael Steven (I6609)
 
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Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1949

Name:Hazel Alice MARTYR
Marriage Place:South Australia
Registration Place:South Australia
Registration Year:1917-1927
Page No:1042
Volume No:281 
Family F149
 
70 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, W.H. (I6579)
 
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England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906

Name:Henry Northover PINK
Gender:Male
Birth Date:abt. 1817
Christening Date:31 March 1817
Christening Place:Wareham, Dorset, England
Father's Name:John PINK
Mother's Name:Mary



The 1851 Population Census of England shows Henry N PINK, aged 34 years, a Surgeon, MRCS, LSA, born Swanage, Dorset residing at 12 Croom's Hill together with his wife, Jane C PINK, aged 30 years born Greenwich, Kent and their 7 children: Mary J E PINK, aged 11 years, Henrietta PINK, aged 10 years, and Jane PINK, aged
8 years, all born Broadwindsor, Dorset; Bessie PINK, aged 6 years, Thomas PINK, aged 4 years, Henry PINK, aged 2 years, and Emma PINK, aged 1 years, all born Greenwich, Kent.
(HO 107/1586. Folio 382, Page 4, Schedule No 11 - 12 Croom's Hill, Greenwich, Kent, England).


The 1861 Population Census of England shows Henry N PINK, aged 44 years, a Surgeon, Member of College of Surgeons and Apothecar... General Practitioner, born Swanage, Dorset residing at 12 Croom's Hill together with his wife, Jane C PINK, aged 40 years born Greenwich, Kent and their 6 children: Mary J E PINK, aged
21 years, Henrietta PINK, Scholar, aged 19 years, both born Broadwinsor, Dorset; Bessie PINK, aged 15 years, Thomas PINK, aged 14 years, and Emma PINK,
aged 10 years, all Scholars, and Charles PINK, aged 2 years, all born Greenwich, Kent.
(RG 9/400, Folio 1, Page 3, Schedule No 13 - 12 Croom's Hill, Greenwich, Kent, England).


The 1871 Population Census of England shows Henry N PINK, aged 54 years, a General Medical Practitioner, born Swanage, Dorset, residing at 12 Croom's Hill, Greenwich together with his wife, Jane C PINK, aged 50 years, born Greenwich, Kent, and their 5 children: Mary PINK, aged 31 years, Clarissa PINK, aged 29 years, both born Broadwindsor, Dorset; Bessie F PINK, aged 25 years, Thomas PINK, aged
24 years, a Medical Student, and Emma PINK, aged 20 years, all born Greenwich, Kent.
(RG 10/754, Folio 78, Page 3, Schedule No 11 - 12 Croom's Hill, Greenwich, Kent, England).


The 1881 Population Census of England shows Henry N PINK, aged 64 years, a Surgeon, born Swanage, Dorset, residing at 24 Croom's Hill, together with his 2 children: Mary Jane PINK, aged 41 years, born Broadwindsor, Dorset, and Charles PINK aged 22 years, a Medical Student, born Greenwich, Kent.
(RG 11/721, Folio 82, Page 4, Schedule No 12 - 24 Croom's Hill, Greenwich, Kent, England).



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Greenwich, Kent, England, AMJ 1884, Aged 67 years, Violume 1d, Page 618.



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

1884

PINK Henry Northover27 June. The Will of Henry Northover Pink late of Greenwich in the County of Kent Surgeon who died 5 May 1884 at Greenwich was proved at the Principal Registry by Mary Jane Elizabeth Pink of Croom's Hill Greenwich Spinster the Daughter the sole Executrix. 
PINK, Henry Northover (I1987)
 
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England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906:

Name:Henrietta PINK
Gender:Female
Birth Date:abt. 1841
Christening Date:1 Oct 1841
Christening Place:Bettiscombe, Dorset, England
Father's Name:Henry Northover PINK
Mother's Name:Jane Charlotte 
PINK, Henrietta (I6488)
 
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England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906:

Name:Jane Taylor PINK
Gender:Female
Birth Date:abt. 1842
Christening Date:25 Dec 1842
Christening Place:Bettiscombe, Dorset, England
Father's Name:Henry Northover PINK
Mother's Name:Jane Charlotte 
PINK, Jane Taylor (I6489)
 
74 Ancestry.com
England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906:

Name:Mary Jane Elizabeth PINK
Gender:Female
Birth Date:abt. 1840
Christening Date:23 Feb 1840
Christening Place:Bettiscombe, Dorset, England
Father's Name:Henry Northover PINK
Mother's Name:Jane Charlotte 
PINK, Mary Jane Elizabeth (I6487)
 
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England & Wales National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills & Administrations), 1856-1966
1934, Page 609:

SYER Horace of 20 Edinburgh-road Hanwell Middlesex died 30
August 1933 at 4 St Mary's-road Ealing Middlesex Probate
London 22 June to Rosina Maude Bryant widow and Maude
Gertrude Goodeave (wife of Alfred Charles James Robert
Goodeave). Effects GBP 48 17s. 1d. 
Syer, Horace (I0847)
 
76 Ancestry.com
England, Births & Christenings, 1538-1975:

Name:Richard WRAY
Gender:Male
Baptism Date:19th July, 1698
Baptism Place:East Malling, Kent, England
FHL Film Number:992508  
WRAY, Richard (I6841)
 
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England, Select Births & Christenings, 1538-1975

Name:Harriet Wilhelmina HOBKIRK
Gender:Female
Birth Date:5th June 1835
Baptism Date:27th August 1835
Baptism Place:Old Church, Saint Pancras, Middlesex, England
Father:John Peter HOBKIRK
Mother:Frances Mary
FHL Film No:598164, 598165, & 589166


Ancestry.com
Baptisms in the Parish of Saint Pancras, Middlesex, England
Page 395, Entry No: 1427

1835: August 27th Harriet Wilhelmina [dau of] John Peter & Frances Mary Hobkirk of Good Place, a Bill Broker [b] on 5th June 1835, by Alfred William, Off. Minister



New South Wales Registry of Deaths
Records 1788-1978:

Last Name:MARTYR
Given Name(s):Harriett Wilhelmina
Father's Given Name(s):John P [HOBKIRK]
Mother's Given Name(s):Frances M
District:Sydney/Annandale
Registration Year:1914
Registration Number:9864

 
HOBKIRK, Harriet Wilhelmina (I6327)
 
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England, Select Biths & Christenings, 1538-1975

Name:Hannah MARTYN (sic)
Gender:Female
Birth Date:25th January, 1826
Baptism Date:19th February, 1826
Baptism Place:St Mary's, Newington, Surrey, England
Father:Henry MARTYN (sic)
Mother:Hannah
FHL Film No:307700, 30771, 307702, 307703



London Metropolitan Archives
Lonfon, England, Deaths & Burials, 1813-1980
Burials in the Parish of Saint Mary Newington in the County of Surrey
in the Year 1828, Page 16, Entry No 124:

"Hannah Martyr [of] Bland St [on] March 14th [aged] 2 years 6 months [b
Revd. A.C. Chalon Rector" 
Martyr, Hannah (I2883)
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F384
 
80 Ancestry.com
London & Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds & Allegations, 1597-1921

Diocese of London:
17th August 1882

APPEARED PERSONALLY, Robert Edward Burgess of the New Parish of Saint Andrew Fulham Fields in the County of Middlesex a Bachelor of the Age of Twenty-one and upwards
and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the said New Parish Church of Saint Andrew Fulham Fields
between Emma Eliza Martyr of the Paris of Saint Mary Lambeth in the County of Surrey Spinster of the Age of Twenty-one and upwards

And he further made oath, that he the said Appearer hath had his Place of abode within the said New Parish of Saint Andrew Fulham Fields for the space of Fifteen days past.

[Signed] Robert Edward Burgess

Sworn before me J E Robertson(?)

Reference Number: Ms 10091/258 PART 1



General Register Office, Register of Marriages, Registration District of Fulham, Middlesex, London, England, JAS 1882, Volume 1a, Page 413.

Certificate of Marriage, St Andrew's Parish Church, Fulham Fields, Middlesex, England, Entry # 441. On the 23rd August 1882. between:

Robert Edward BURGESS, aged 23 years, a Bachelor, a Hairdresser, of 20 Worth Villas, Feltham, son of Robert Whatton BURGESS, a Hairdresser, and:
Emma Eliza MARTYR, aged 24 years, a Spinster, of no employment, of 79 Upper Kennington Lane, St Mary's, Lambeth, daughter of Charles MARTYR, a Baker.

Witnesses to the marriage: Robert Whatton BURGESS (Groom's father) and Mary Louisa COOPER, and ceremony performed by James Robert MILLS, Curate, by Licence. 
Family F245
 
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London Metroploitan Archives
London, England, Births & Baptisms, 1813-1906:

Page 37, Entry No 292
Baptisms Solemnized in the Parish of St George the Martyr Southwark in the County of Surrey in the Year 1824:

"born 7th June 1819 [bap] 6th June 1824 Sarah Daughtr of Christopher [&] Margaret Richardson [of] Church Street [a] Hop Seller [by] N G Clees Curate"



The 1861 Population Census of England shows Margaret DICKINSON, Head, Widower, aged 74 years, born Bermondsey, Surrey, of Independent Means, residing at 59 Lower Bland Street, Newington, Lambeth, together with her granddaughter ,Sarah MARTYR, aged 15 years, born New Kent Road, Surrey, and grandson, Christopher MARTYR, aged 13 years, born New Kent Road, Surrey.
(RG 9/335, Folio 64, Page 35, Schedule No 199 - 49 Lower Bland Street, Newington, Lambeth, Surrey, England).


The 1871 Population Census of England shows Sarah MARTYR, a Lodger, aged
51 years, an Annuitant, born Southwark, Surrey, residing at 22 Peter Street, Southwark.
(RG 10/602, Folio 18, Page 29, Schedule No 78 - 22 Peter Street, St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey, England).


General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Southampton, Hampshire, England, AMJ 1879, Aged 60 years, Volume 2c, Page 14
(Registered as MARTYN).


Ancestry.com
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills & Asdministrations) 1858-
Page 120, 1888

MARTYR Sarah31 May. Administration (with the Will) of the
Personal Estate of Sarah Martyr late of 52 St. James-street
Personal Estatein the Town and County of the Town of Southampton
GBP 118Widow who died 18 May 1879 at the Poorhouse in the
said Town was granted at the Principal Registry to
Clement Sullivan of 67 Beavoir-street in the daid
Town Checker the Husband and Administrator of the Per-
sonal Estate of Julia Margaret Sullivan the Daughter the
Universal Legatee. 
Richardson, Sarah (I3863)
 
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London Metropolitan Archives,
Bishop's Transcripts, Pepper Harrow, Surrey, England
1821, Page 11, Entry #85:

"March 24 William Son of Francis and Frances Jemima Skurray [of] Elstead Gentleman [by] L W Eliot"



West Surrey FHS Surrey Burials Index, CD-10, 2nd Edition 2009
Burial Index for Non-Metropolitan Surrey

SKURRAYWilliam182129 Mar3mElstead 
SKURRAY, William (I8241)
 
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London Metropolitan Archives:
London, England, Land Tax Records, 1692-1932:

Records for Nicholas MARTYR

Year:1693
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Within, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Land: 00=18=00, Stock: = = =
Image Reference:MS 11316/6

Year:1704
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) Estate: 00=06=00, Rent: 03=00=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/15

Year:1705
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Land: 03=00=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/18

Year:1706
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = 4 =, Land: 4=00=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/Vol.21

Year:1707
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Land: 2=8=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/24

Year:1708
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate WithoutArtillery Lane
Taxes:Stock: = = =, Land: 2=8=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/27

Year:1709
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Rent: 2=8=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/30

Year:1710
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Land: 2=8=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/33

Year:1711
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Rents: 2=8=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/36

Year:1713
Location:City of London, Bishopsgate Without, Artillery Lane
Taxes:Personall (sic) = = =, Rents: 1=16=00
Image Reference:MS 11316/42 
Marter, Nicholas (I2172)
 
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London, England Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 1751
Page 272

"Elizabeth Daughter of William and Mary Wigzell"



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:
Issue No 14,442, London
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1831
Page 4, Col 3:

"DIED
On the 19th inst., at Greenwich, in the 80th year of her age, Mrs
Martyr, relict of the late Mr. Richard Martyr."



Ancestry.com
London, England Deaths & Burials 1813-1980
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 1831
Page 258, Entry No 2060

"Elizabeth Martyr King Street Jany 26 Aged 79 years [by] G Mathew"



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Elizabeth MARTYR, Widow of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 1st August 1817.
Codicil Dated: 24th April 1826.
Codicil Dated: 7th October 1826.
Codicil dated: 10th May 1829.
Date Proved: 11th February 1831.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1781.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Tebbs: Quire Numbers: 51-100.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 418/461, 418/462 & 418/463. 
WIGZELL, Elizabeth (I2276)
 
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London, England Births & Baptisms 1813-1906
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 1476, Entry No 2392:

"1824 April 10th James Smith Son of Thomas & Ann Martyr (Private) Croom's Hill Gentleman [by] G Mathew born March 8th"



The IGI individual Record for James Smith MARTYR reads:
Christening: 10th April 1824 at St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, England.
Parents: Thomas and Ann MARTYR.
Batch No: C006323, Dates: 1820-1827.

Commanded troops at Sangar, India.


Access to Archives:
British Library, India Office Records: Accountant General's Records [IOR/L/23/10/1
No 3500 - No 4999].

FILE - Roll of Subscribers to Madras Military Fund xxx - ref. IOR/L/AG/23/10/1 date 1808-c1939.

Item: MARTYR, James SMITH 1824-1912 - ref. IOR/l/AG/23/10/1/ No.3898.
Contents: Madras Army:
b 8 Mar 1824, ret 16 Sep 1879, d 14 Aug 1912.
m Mary Harriet 23 Jul 1846 (b 9 Feb 1829, d 5 Nov 1916)
Thomas Richard b 3 May 1847, d 20 Aug 1867
Ann Emma b 14 Jan 1849, d 11 May 1862
Joseph Walter Cook b 13 Feb 1851
Austin b 23 Nov 1852, d 14 Apr 1855 [First name should be Justin]
Elizabeth Wilson b 17 Dec 1854, d 13 May 1883
Charles Campbell b 27 Jan 1857
Kate Alice b 29 Oct 1859, m 23 Nov 1911
Jane Pink b 4 Jun 1861, m 7 Dec 1916
Paul Haultain b 3 Feb 1864
Emma Fanny b 17 May 1866, m 31 Aug 1898
Mary Edith b 12 Dec 1868, d 9 Nov 1916
James Frend b 7 Oct 1870
Constance Ethel b 17 Nov 1872, m 15 Aug 1896

British Library, India Office Records: Accountant General's Records [IOR/L/AG/23/10/1 no.1800 - no.3499]


Reference Code: IOR
India Office Records
Creation dates: 1600-1948
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

Held at: British Library, Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections
The India Office Records comprise archives created and accumulated by the India Office (1858-1947) and its offshoot the Burma Office (1937-48), or inherited or otherwise acquired by the India Office from its predecessor bodies mainly the East India Company 1600-1858 and the Board of Commissioners for the Affairs of India (1784-1858); also archives created or acquired by the India Office Records acting as the successor to the India and Burma Offices in respect of their archives.
The records relate to British commercial and political relations with India, south and south-east Asia, and other countries with which the East India Company established contact; they also contain voluminous information on the British administrations in India and Burma.
Madras Army Records - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11

Cadet Papers (1789-1860) and Cadet Registers (1775-1860)
FILE - Cadet Papers - ref. IOR/L/MIL/9/201 - date: 1841-1842
item: MARTYR, James Smith - ref. IOR/L/MIL/9/201/1003-06 [n.d.]

Madras Service Army Lists
FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/48 - date: 1771-1846
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/48/261 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/50 - date: 1847
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/50/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/52 - date: 1848
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/52/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/53 - date: 1849
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/53/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/54 - date: 1850
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/54/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/56 - date: 1851
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/56/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/57 - date: 1852
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/57/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/58 - date: 1853
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/58/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/59 - date: 1854
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/59/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/63 - date: 1857
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/63/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Service Army List - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/64 - date: 1858
item: MARTYR, James Smith 52nd NI - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/64/329 [n.d.]

FILE - Madras Officers' Services - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/79 - date: 1867-1868
item: MARTYR, James Smith Madras Staff Corps - ref. IOR/L/MIL/11/79 [n.d.]



The London Gazette, April 10, 1863
Issue 22725, Page 4 of 46 [Page 1970[

MADRAS STAFF CORPS
To be Majors
Captain James Smith Martyr. Dated 28th Dec-
ember, 1862.


The London Gazette, May 4, 1869
Issue 23494, Page 5 of 62 [Page 2623]

MADRAS STAFF CORPS
To be Lieutenant-Colonels
Major James Smith Martyr, Dated 28th Dec-
ember 1868.


The London Gazette, March 17, 1874
Issue 24076, Page 6 of 50 [Page 1694]

BREVET
The undermentioned Officers having completed
the qualifying servive to be Colonels: -
Lieutenant-Colonel James Smith Martyr, Madras
Staff Corps. Dated 28th December, 1873.


Ther London Gazette, Tuesday, November 11, 1879
Issue 24782, Page 6367.

India Office, 11th November, 1879
BREVET
The undermentioned Officers are granted a
step of honorary rank on retirement: -
Lieutenent-Colonel and Brevet James
Smith Martyr, of the Madras Staff Corps.
Dated 16th September, 1879.



The 1891 Population Census of England shows James Smith MARTYR, a Retired Major-General, aged 67 years, born Greenwich, Kent residing at 8 Mowbray Road, Croydon, Surrey with his wife, Mary H MARTYR, aged 62 years, born Burmah, and their children: Emma F MARTYR, aged 24 years, born Burmah, Mary E MARTYR, aged 22 years, born India, James F MARTYR, aged 20 years, a Cashier Mutual Insurance, born India and Constance E MARTYR, aged 18 years, born India.
(RG12/595, Folio 142, Page 50, Schedule No 253 - 8 Mowbray Road, Croydon, Surrey, England).



Kelly's Handbook 1901:
MARTYR, Major-General, James Smith,
late Commandant 5 Madras N India: retired full pay 1879 as Lt-Col MSC: Shahid Ghur, Mowbray Road, Norwood, SE.



The 1901 Population Census of England shows James S Martyr, aged 78 years, a Retired Major-General, born Greenwich, Kent residing at 5 Inglis Road, Croydon, Surrey together with his wife, Mary H MARTYR, aged 70 years, born Burmah, and their 3 daughters: Kate A MARTYR, aged 35 years, born India, Jane P MARTYR, aged 33 years, born Burmah, and Edith M MARTYR [Mary Edith], aged 28 years, born India.
(RG 13/640, Folio 68, Page 9, Schedule No 38 - 5 Inglis Road, Croydon, Surrey, England).


The 1911 Population Census of England shows James Smith MARTYR, aged
87 years, an Army Pensioner, born Greenwich, Kent residing at 8 Mowbray Road, Upper Norwood, together with his wife, Mary Harriet MARTYR, aged 81 years, born Burma, and their 3 children: Kate Alice MARTYR, aged 51 years, born Merthara, India, Jane Pink MARTYR, aged 49 years, born Burma, and Mary Edith MARTYR, aged 42 years, born Secunderabad, India.
(RG14 PN3386 RG78 PN127 Rd39 SD4 Ed19 SN200 - 8 Mowbray Road, Upper Norwood, Croydon, Surrey, England).



Ancestry.co.uk
Indian Army Quarterly List for 1st January 1912:

Surname:MARTYR
Given Name:James Smith
Rank:Major-General
Corps:M
Date of Rank:16th September 1879
Date of Retirement:16th September 1907
Page #:677



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Croydon, Surrey, England, JAS 1912, Aged 88 years, Volume 2a, Page 329.



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

Page 139WILLS. 1912.
MARTYR James Smith of Shahidghur 8 Mowbray-road Upper Norwood Surrey died 14 August 1912 Probate London 9 October to Mary Harriet Martyr widow.
Effects GBP 204 16s. 5d. 
MARTYR, Major-General James Smith (I1988)
 
86 Ancestry.com
London, England Births & Baptisms 1813-1906
St Alphege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 299, Entry No 2392:

"1825 Dec 5th Emma Dr. of Thomas & Ann Martyr Private Croom's Hill Gentleman by T J Daltin, Curate Born 6th November"



The 1861 Population Census of England shows George BURGESS, aged 34 years, a Banker, born Ramsgate, Kent residing at St George's Vale together with his wife, Emma BURGESS, aged 34 years, born Greenwich, Kent, and their son, Edward St George BURGESS, aged 9 months, born Ramsgate, Kent.
(RG9/537, Folio 96, Page 20, Schedule No 97 - St George's Vale, Christ Church, Ramsgate, Kent, England).



The 1881 Population Census of England shows Catherine MARTIN (sic) [MARTYR] residing at Christchurch Rd, Purbeck, aged 52 years, a Boarding House Keeper, born Greenwich, Kent together with Emma BURGESS, Sister, aged 56 years of Nil occupation, born Greenwich, Kent.
(RG11/1194, Folio 137, Page 47, Schedule No 168 - Christchurch Road, Purbeck, Bournemouth, Dorsetshire, England).
 
MARTYR, Emma (I1990)
 
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London, England Marriages & Banns, 1754-1921:
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 149, Entry No. 1421Martyr - Wigzell

"Richard Martyr, Gent & Elizabeth Wigzell, Minor, both of the Parish of Greenwich in Kent were married by Licence in this Church this 30th day of January 1772, by me Edw. Edwards Officiating Minstr. This marriage was solemnized between:
{Richd Martyr
{Eliza Wigzellin the presence of
Ann Martyr
Catherine Wigzell"

[However, there is another Elizabeth WIGZELL who was baptized at the same church as follows, but the marriage between Elizabeth WIGZELL and Richard MARTYR states that Elizabeth was a Minor and, therefore, under the age of 21 years. The Elizabeth WIGZELL below was baptized in 1748 and would, therefore, have NOT been a Minor in 1772 as she would be aged at least 24 years.]

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London, England Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 1748
Page 250

"November 1748 4 Elizabeth Daughtr of John and Catherine Wigzell"


Below is the 'current' Elizabeth WIGZELL believed to be the wife of Richard MARTYR:

Ancestry.com
London, England Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, 1751
Page 272

"April 1751 28 Elizabeth Daughter of William and Mary Wigzell"

So which Elizabeth married Richard MARTYR? The marriage entry gives the witnesses as Ann MARTYR, (Richard's younger sister) and Catherine WIGZELL who could be either: Elizabeth's WIGZELL's mother, or Catherine the younger sister bap. 07 Jul 1754 also at St Alfege, Greenwich. The fact that Elizabeth was a Minor when she married would mean aged just under 21 years (a Minor) for the Elizabeth b. 1751, or about 18 years (a Minor also) for the Elizabeth b. 1748.



The IGI Individual Record for Richard MARTYR reads:
Marriage: 30th January 1772 at Greenwich, Kent, England.
Spouse: Elizabeth WIZZELL (sic).
Batch No: 8530431, Sheet 84, Dates: Not given. 
Family F199
 
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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812

"Marriages in the Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1822
Page 252, Entry No 754:

William Fearnall of the Parish of All Saints, Poplar in the County of Middlesex, widower and Clarissa Martyr of this Parish were married in the Church by Licence with Consent of ..... this second Day of November in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty two
By me L P George Offg Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us{ Wm Fearnall
{Clarissa Martyr
In the presence of{ J MartyrElizabeth Diana Latham
{ Thos MartyrMary George
????? Fearnall"



The IGI Individual Record for Clarissa MARTYR reads:
Spouse: William T[F]EARNALL
Marriage: 2nd November 1822 at Saint Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, England
Botch No: M006321, Dates: 1820-1827



Marriage Licence:
Faculty Office on the 17th October 1822
Appeared Personally, William FEARNALL of the Parish of Poplar, Middlesex, a Widower and Clarissa MARTYR, of the Parish of Greenwich, a Spinster.

Extract from the Register Book of Baptisms of the parish of Chatham in the county of Kent:
"1768 Baptism September
FEARNALL William son of Jeremiah & Catherine"
Signed September 30th 1822
The above is a true copy
[Signed:]W H DRAGE, Curate" 
Family F032
 
89 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
London Metropolitan Archives
Combined Registers, Births, Marriages & Burials
Reference: P69/MTN1/A/003/MS10214

"Born Decr 16th 1803 Edward John, Son of John & Mary Ward [on] Feb. 28th"



The 1861 Population Cennsus of England shows Edward John WARD, Head, ag
57 years, Rector, born Middlesex, ondon residing at the Viullage Parsonage together with his wife Frances Sarah WARD, aged 48 years, born Surrey, Guildford, and their daughter: Florenec Frances WARD, aged 23 years, Rector's Daughter, born East Clandon.
RG 9/426, Folio 77, Page 7, Schedule No 41 - Village Parsonage, East Clandon, Surrey, England.


The 1871 Population Census of England shows Edward John WARD, aged 67 years, Rector of East Clandon, born Middlesex, residing at Rectory House, East Clandon together with his wife, Frances Sarah WARD, aged 58 years, born Guildford, and their son, Revd John Martyr WARD, aged 37 years, a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, born East Clandon.
(RG 10/810, Folio 798, Schedule No 33 - Rectory House, East Clandon, Surrey, England).


General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of St. Geo. H. Sq., Middlesex, England, OND 1883, Aged 79, Volume 1a, Page 261.


The London Gazette:
Issue 25314, February 1, 1884
Page 505, [Page 21 of 42]:

Reverand EDWARD JOHN WARD, Deceased.
Pursuant to the Act 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap 35.
All creditors and other persons having and debts,
claims or demands not already sent in on or
against or due from the estate of Edward John Ward,
formerly Rector of East Clandon, near Guildford, and late
of the Brunswick House Hotel, Hanover-square, in the
county of Middlesex (who died on the 20th day of No-
vember, 1883, and whose will has been proved by the
Reverand John Martyr Ward and John Rand Capron, the
executors therein named), are hereby required to send in
the particulars of their respective debts, claims, or
demands to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the
executors, on or before the 29th day of February next,
after which date the executors will proceed to distribute
the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties
entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims,
and demands of which the executors shall then have had
notice. - Dated this 25th day of January, 1884.
CAPRON and SPARKS, Guildford, Solicitors
for the said Executors 
WARD, Reverand Edward John (I2736)
 
90 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 157:

" February 1737
16 Feb Hannah Daughtr of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"  
MARTYR, Hannah (I1955)
 
91 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 205:

" May 1743
30 May Mary Daughtr of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"  
MARTYR, Mary (I6264)
 
92 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 217:

" October 1744
29 Oct Hannah Daughtr of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
St Paul Deptford, Kent, England
Burials 1776 March April & May
Page 257:

"AprilBurialsApril1776
4Hannah Wife of Joseph Carttar, from Leeds Yorkshire" 
MARTYR, Hannah (I6265)
 
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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 233:

"October 1746
16 Oct Ann Daughtr of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials, 1538-1812
Burials in the Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1823:
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent:
Page 238: Entry No. [blank]

"Ann Martyr [of] King Street [on] Dec 9 aged 77 years [by] G Mathew"



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Ann MARTYR, Spinster of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 12th February 1822.
Codicil Dated: 3rd September 1822.
Date Proved: 10th February 1824.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1681.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Erskine Quire Numbers: 51-100.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 438/402. 
MARTYR, Ann (I6266)
 
94 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 258:

"October 1748
29 Oct Joseph Son of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"


Ancestry.com
London, England, C of E Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent, Page 42 (LHS)

28 July 1758Joseph Martyr Son of Mr Martyr the Carpenter 
MARTYR, Joseph (I6267)
 
95 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 281:

"July 1752
16 Jul Sarah Daughtr of Jospeh & Hannah Martyr"  
MARTYR, Sarah (I6268)
 
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London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 75:

"September 1790
21 Sep Catherine Daughr of Richard Martyr Builder & Elizabeth Born April 25"



General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Lewisham, Kent, England, AMJ 1848, Volume 5, Page 223.



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials, St Alphege, Kent, England
Burials in the Parish of Greenwich in the County of Kent in the Year 1848:
Page 202, Entry No 1615:

"Catherine Dick [of] Victoria Terrace, Lee [on] June 2nd Died 27th May
years 58 [by] W Soames". 
MARTYR, Catherine (I1961)
 
97 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812:
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 258:

"1749 Oct 29 Richard Son of Joseph & Hannah Martyr"


London, England, Freedom of the City of London Admission Papers, 1681-1925:

This Indenture Witnesseth, That Richard Martyr Son of Joseph Martyr late of Greenwich in the County of Kent Joyner deceased doth put himself Apprentice to James Swinton, Citizen and Carpenter of London ......
In Witness whereof, the Parties .... have fet their Hands and Seals the Fifth Day of June in the Fourth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third ..., and in the Year of our Lord 1764.



London LIves, 16990-1800:

Carpenter's Company, Minute Books of Courts and Committees CC/MC
3rd May 1757-5th December 1786
LL Reference: GLCCMC6251010253

Freeman:
Martyr:Richard Martyr son of Joseoh Martyr late of Greenwich Com(?) Kent
Joiner deced bound to James Swinton Cit. & Carptr of London was
made free on the testimony of his said Master.

http://www.londonlives.org/browse.jsp?div=GLCCMC25101MC251010253



JOHN KITSON:
Theft : simple grand larceny, 15th October, 1777.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17771015-4

See original Trial Summary:
Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny,
Punishment Type: whipping,
(Punishment details may be provided at the end of the trial.)
Verdict: Part Guilty: theft under 1s,
Other trials on 15 Oct 1777
Name search for: JOHN KITSON,
Crime Location: Greenwich

Original Text:

See original 621. JOHN KITSON was indicted for stealing a piece of Brewick timber, containing eleven feet in length, value 2 s. the property of Richard MARTYR and James SWINTON, Oct. 4th.

RICHARD MARTYR sworn.
I am in partnership with James SWINTON , we are carpenters; I live at Greenwich: my man sent me word that some timber had been stolen, and that they had got the thief.

THOMAS HOWCROFT sworn.
I am servant to Mess. MARTYR and SWINTON: I was informed that the timber was taken away, and was carried to Justice GRETTON's; I went there and saw a piece which I believe belonged to my master; the whole piece was fifty feet long; this piece was cut off from it, this piece (producing it) had been cut off it; I carried it to the Justice's, and it matched exactly: the piece was found, as I was told, in MITCHELL's shed in Portman Street.

JOHN ELLISON sworn.
I know the prisoner by sight; I have frequently seen him bring timber to MITCHELL's, who is a coal-dealer; I live opposite to MITCHELL; I have seen him bring enough there since the first of June to build a house; my wife told me he frequently brought timber there, and she thought he stole it: on Saturday se'ennight, when I came from work at about six o'clock, I saw him bring a piece of timber and throw it into MITCHELL's coal-shed; he went down Portland-street into Portland-place and leaned against a post; I went on the opposite side of the way and watched him, and saw him take up this piece of timber, and pitched it against Portland Chapel; I called another man, whose name was MITCHELL, to watch with me where he took it to; I desired that MITCHELL to run to MITCHELL's coal-shed; we had been watching the prisoner before; we both got there before he threw it down the cellar; I saw MITCHELL have hold of it while he was throwing it down; I asked him how long he meant to go on stealing peoples' timber, and bringing it there; he said, he did not steal it, a man gave it to him; he said he would go with us to the man's house; he went with us as far as Portland Chapel, and then he said the man was not at home, he would go with us to him on Monday; I went and called my masters I work for, who had lost a great quantity of timber, and desired me to look out and take the thief: we took the prisoner to the Justice's; there he said MITCHELL sent him to different places for it, and paid him only porterage for bringing it: when MITCHELL found we were gone to the Justice's, and that he was like to be apprehended for receiving it, he threw out four long pieces into the street, one of those pieces belonged to the prosecutor. MITCHELL is out upon bail.

JONATHAN MITCHEL sworn.
I was present with the last witness: I have seen him bring twenty pieces to MITCHELL's at different times.

PRISONER's DEFENCE.
MITCHELL, who kept the coal-shed, told me he had bought this timber; he sent me to bring it to his house; he only paid me porterage; I never brought any by night.

GUILTY of stealing to the value of ten-pence . W .
Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice ASHHURST.



The National Archives & Guildhall Library
UK Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893
Ely and South Part of Witchford Hundreds, Cambridgeshire

Page 39:

Wicham, 26Brought Forward M 13: Y 23: G 11:

Martyr, RichardGreenwichH L. Y

[Codes:]
M = Lord Robert Manners, Y = Hon. Philip Yorke, G = Sir Sampson Gideon, Bt
H = House, L = Land, HL = House and Land



Ancestry.com
UK & US Directories, 1680-1830

Name:Richard MARTYR
Dates:1776-1800
Location:London
Gender:Male
Address:Greenwich, London
Personal Notes:Elected 21 October, 1784 and 20 October, 1785
Elected 16 October 1783 and 21 October, 1784
Company:Director of the Westminster Fire Office
Source Date:1785 & 1786
Source Information:Listed in Lownde's London Directory for 1785 & 1786;
24th & 25th Editions, 1786, LOWNDES, W. London
Printed for W. Lowndes, No. 77 Fleet Street


UK Poll Books & Electoral Registers, 1538-1893
The Poll for Knights of the Shire of Kent, 1790
Greenwich; First Day:

Richard Martyr [of] Deptford [of what consisting] House [Occupiers] - Wainwright [voting for] Knatchbull and Honywood



UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811,
Page 6:

Date:Thursday March 31st: '91
Entry No:9
Masters Names, Place of Abode
and Profession:Richd Marter Citizen & Carpenter of London
Apprentice's Names:Danl Robt Law
Term of Years to Serve:To 1 Feb (17)91

(Public Record Office Reference:IR /1/35)



UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811,
Page 6:

Date:Monday Jany 14th: '92
Entry No:181
Masters Names, Place of Abode
and Profession:Richd Marter Citizen & Carpenter of London
Apprentice's Names:Jno Thorp

(Public Record Office Reference:IR /1/35)



Ancestry.com
UK Land Redemption, 1798
TNA: Land Tax Redemption Office, Quotas & Assessments, Kent, Volume 3
Reference: IR 23, Piece 37, Pages 248 reverse & 249 front.

Bear Lane & Park Row

Register No: 55439 Proprietor: Not Known Richr Martyr for Timber Yard
18s. 9d. 23 April

Register No: 2345 Proprietor: Mrs. E. K Horrox { Richd Martyr 1l. 2s. 6d.
{ Capt. Bronn 1l. 5s. 0d.



The London Gazette, Issue 16287
15 August 1809, Page 10 of 20 [Page1306]

Notice is hereby.given, that the Partnersnip in the
Trade or Business of a Builder, Carpenter, and
Joiner, carried on at Greenwich, in the County of Kent, by
and between James Swinton and Richard Martyr, is dissolved
by mutual Consent, as from the 14th Day of May-
lasst past.—The Business will in future, be carried on by the
said Richard Martyr alone, by and to whom all Debts owing
by and to the said Partnership Concern will be paid and received.—
Witness our Hands this 9th Day of August 1809,
James Swinton.
Richard Martyr.


The Times, London:
Thursday, August 1, 1811Price 6 1/2d.
Page 4, Column 4:

"Freehold Houses, Park-row, Greenwich - by Messrs. DRIVER
at the Auction Mart, on Friday, August 16, at 12.

SUNDRY desirable FREEHOLD HOUSES, conveniently and
pleasantly situated in Park-row, near Greenwich-park, in the
occupation of Mrs Leigh, and Mr, Richard Martyr, commanding
a beautiful prospect over the town of Greenwich, and the Thames.
These valuable houses are abundantly supplied with excellent
spring water, and early possession may be had of one of them,
being let to a yearly tenant. Printed particulars may be had at
The Ship, Greenwich: of S. Vines, Esq. Stone-buildings, Lin-
coln's-inn; and of Messrs. Driver, surveyors and land-agents,
Kent-end; or at their offices in Auction Mart."



English Heritage, Survey of London, Published 2012
DRAFT, Chapter 6, Page 6

Early Housing
NEAR THE DOCKSIDE
Church Street and Lord Warwick Street Area

Othe infilling south of Church Street after 1800 included Hulk Alley, a
tiny court behind the Old Sheer Hulk, and, only slightly roomier,
Martyr's Passage, with cottages of around 1806-7 roughly on the
present-day site of Kingsman Parade, and probably named after Richard
Martyr, a Greenwich surveyor. A mission Hall was inserted in 1889.

https;/www.english-heritage.org.uk/content/imported-docs/u-z/woolwich-chap6.pdf



Ancestry.com
London, England, Deaths & Burials, 1813-1980
St Alfege, Greenwich, Kent
Page 147, Entry No 1175:

"1815 9 Dec Richard Martyr Park Row 66 yrs Geo Mathew"



The National Archives: Documents Online:
Image Details:
Description: Will of Richard MARTYR, Gentleman of Greenwich, Kent, England.
Written Date: 17th June 1809.
Date Proved: 11th May 1816.
Catalogue Reference: PROB 11/1580.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers.
Piece: Name of Register: Wynne: Quire Numbers: 230-295.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 343/300. 
MARTYR, Richard (I2277)
 
98 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812:
St George, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England:

"Born
1810Baptized
June 3 Thomas Townsend Son of Thomas and Rebecca Marter June 24"



Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1812:
St John the Baptist, Walbrook, City of London, England:

"1811
Thomas Townshend Marter was buried April 21st - aged 10 months" 
Marter, Thomas Townshend (I2870)
 
99 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex, in the Year 1828:
Page 50, Entry No 393:

"1828
March 16 Henry Joseph Son of William & Mary Marter [of] Union Street Carpenter
Born 13 Decr 1827" 
Marter, Henry Joseph (I1497)
 
100 Ancestry.com
London, England, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1813-1906
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex, in the Year 1831:
Page 217, Entry No 1736:

"1831
August 7 Mary Ann [dau] William & Mary Marter [of] Union Street Carpenter
Born 25 Jany 1831"



The IGI Individual Record for Mary Ann MARTER reads:
Birth: 21st (sic) January 1831at Shoreditch, London, England.
Christening: 7th August 1831 at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, London, England.
Parents: William and Mary MARTER.
Batch No: C040806, Dates: 1831-1833. 
Marter, Mary Ann (I1496)
 

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