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Martin, Williamlocked

(c. 1696–1756)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by A. W. H. Pearsall


Martin, William (c. 1696–1756), naval officer, appears to have been the eldest son of Tutchen Martin (d. 1702) of Stepney and his wife, Bennet Garsh, or Gage, although another account states that his father was Commodore George Martin (d. 1724). Confusion also exists as to his early service, but he seems to have entered the ...

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