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Knott Benjamin Martin

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Knott Benjamin Martin


Knott Benjamin Martin
BIRTH
4 Feb 1856
Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
DEATH
1929 (aged 72–73)
Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
BURIAL
Green Street Cemetery
Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
MEMORIAL ID
113570749

Knott Benjamin Martin was the son of Samuel Chinn and Sarah J. (Hammond) Martin. He married to Emma E Martin on 19 Apr 1861. All in Marblehead.



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Knott Benjamin Martin was born to Samuel Chinn Martin. Knott Martin was in a relationship with Emma E. Wadden, and has a child Harold Wadden Martin. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Knott Benjamin Martin.
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Ian Oliver Martin
I am the only son of Vernon Eugene Martin and Louise Sophia Stark. I was born in the United States Naval Hospital, in the village of Rota, a Spanish municipality located in the Province of Cádiz, Andalusia, in the Kingdom of Spain. My family returned to the United States of America when I was nearly 8 years old. I completed my primary, secondary, and university baccalaureate education in Connecticut, and a Magister Scientiae at Troy Univesity, Alabama. I served active duty in the United States Army Signal Corps, transferring to and commissioned by the United States Air Force. As an officer, I served at Tyndall AFB, Florida, in flight operations support. I was then trained as an Intelligence Officer, in Denver, Colorado. The United States Air Force appointed me to command a cadre of 120 airmen at a former Intelligence location in Italy, for three years. My last assignment was at the National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland, as an Intelligence Plans Officer. I enjoy acting in films, sailing, singing, and travel. I am heterosexual and enjoy dating women.
I belong to the Franco-British Baronial Family of FitzMartin, a branch of the Royal House of Blois-Champagne, which itself is a branch of Agilolfing noble family that ruled the Duchy of Bavaria. Related webpages: ) ******************************************** https://genealogie.quebec/stemma4web/info/38672 ************************************************ ************************************************ ********************************************** Fitz Martin inherited the Lordship of Kemes from his father, and founded St Dogmaels Abbey c. 1118. He was the first of the FitzMartin line: https://neverncastle.wales/people/ Chris Martin, Coldplay **************************************** Nicola Jane Elizabeth Martin is Nicola Wren: ************************************************* Léa Deleau Laurence St-Martin *********************************************** Robert fitz Martin, referenced in: -Notification of the King's grant to Adam of Hereford of four carucates of land in 'Coldreyn', 'Aderderc', 'Clugurgan', 'Fainesith' and 'Kiltom' (Original Charters of King John) (witness)- Forefather Robert fitz Martin spent the years 1136–1141 serving the Empress Maud during The Anarchy, and ... and her son, Henry II. Following these events, the Battle of Crug Mawr occurred in October, 1136. “At Crug Mawr, two miles outside Cardigan, the Welsh forces were confronted by Norman troops drawn from all the lordships of South Wales. The Normans were led by Robert fitz Martin, lord of Cemais; Robert fitz Stephen, constable of Cardigan Castle; and William and Maurice fitz Gerald, uncles of Gerald of Windsor. After some hard fighting, the Norman forces were put to flight and pursued as far as the River Teifi. Many of the fugitives tried to cross the bridge, which broke under the weight, with hundreds said to have drowned, clogging the river with the bodies of men and horses. Others fled to the town of Cardigan, which however was taken and burned by the Welsh though Robert fitz Martin successfully managed to defend and hold the castle; it was the only one to remain in Norman hands at the end of the rebellion.” Casa sistemata, mente equilibrata by psychologist actress Shanti Winiger of Switzerland: ) The Battle of Crug Mawr 1136 AD: ***************************************************** ébécois
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