Thomas Martar

Male 1698 - 1750  (48 years)


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  • Name Thomas Martar 
    Born 30 Jan 1698  Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Between 5 Apr 1746 and 13 Oct 1750  Headley, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 8 Mar 1753  Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1144  GtBookham
    Last Modified 12 Sep 2016 

    Father Thomas Marter,   b. 26 Apr 1666, Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother ? Unknown 
    Family ID F04  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary ? 
    Children 
     1. Mary Martyr,   b. Bef 8 Aug 1740, Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Thomas Martyr,   b. Bef 5 Apr 1746, Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 11 May 1796, Great Bookham, Surrey, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 50 years)
    Last Modified 12 Sep 2016 
    Family ID F06  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • IGI Individual Record for Thomas MARTAR reads:
      Birth: On the 30th January at Great Bookham, Surrey, England.
      Christening: About 7th February 1698 at Great Bookham, Surrey, England.
      Parents: Thomas MARTAR.
      Batch No: K069762, Dates: 1632-1752.



      London Gazette, Issue 7993
      Published on the 28 February 1740. Page 2 of 2

      To be sold to the best Bidder, together or in Parcels, at
      Guildhall London, on Friday the 3rd Day of April next,
      at Three of the Clock in the Afternoon, before the Commissioners
      in the Commission of Bankrupt lately awarded against
      Thomas Martyr the Elder, late of Headley, and formerly of
      Great Bookham, in the County of Surrey, Dealer and Chapman,
      Several Freehold and Copyhold Estates of the said Bankrupt, consisting
      of a Freehold Farm called Maplehurst Farm, in the Parish
      of Nuthurst, in the County of Sussex, well stored with
      Timber, and well tenanted, with a new Farm House thereon;
      about 29 Miles from London, now lett at 32 1. a Year : And
      also one other Freehold Parcel of Land late belonging to the
      laid Bankrupt, lying in the Parish of Great Bookham, of about
      6 1. 10 s. a Year ; and also one other Parcel of Freehold Land
      in the Parish of Abinger, of about 51. a Year ; and also a Copyhold
      Estate ln Lands belonging to the said Bankrupt, within
      the Manor of Little Bookham, of about the Value of 22 1.
      a Year ; and also one other Parcel of Copyhold Lands, Within
      the Manor of Fetcham ; and also one Clote of Land called Ver-
      nice Close, situate in Great Bookham, being Leasehold for One
      Thousand Years ; all which Premisses lye contiguous, and are
      in the Whole now lett for 70 I. a Year and upwards. At
      which Time and Place such of the said bankrupt's Creditors
      who have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared
      to prove the same. Enquire of Mr. Thomas Vaughan, in Dyer's
      Buildings, Holborn, where Particulars may be had.



      London Gazette, Issue 7956
      Published on the 21 October 1740. Page 2 of 2

      The Creditors of Thomas Martyr the Elder (against
      whom a Commission of Bankruptcy hath been issued)
      who have proved their Debts under the said Commission, are
      desired to meet the Assignees on Friday the 31st of this Instant
      October, at Three in the Afternoon at the King's Arms
      Tavern near Temple Bar, London to assent to or dissent
      from the Assignees commencing and defending any Suit or
      Suits relating to the Estate of the said Thomas Martyr the
      Elder, and to empower the said Assignees to submit to Ar-
      bitration, compound Debts, or Compromise with Persons re-
      lating to the said Bankrupt's Estate, and on other special Af-
      fairs.



      London Gazette, Issue 8997
      Published on the 13 October 1750. Page 2 of 4

      The Creditors at Thomas Martyr the Elder, a Bank
      rupt, sometime since deceased, formerly of Great Book-
      ham in the County of Surrey, but last of the Parish of Headley
      in the said County of Surrey, Grazier, Dealer and Chapman
      are desired to meet Mr Thomas Martyr, the Asignee of the
      Estate and Effects, of the said Bankrupt, on Monday the 5th
      Day of November next, at the Sign of the Crown Inn at
      Great Bookham in the County of Sorry, to receve their
      final Dividend of the said Bankrupt's Estate and Effects.