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Philip Martin

Birthplace: Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Lincoln Road, Christchurch, New Zealand
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Husband of Mary Martin
Father of Sarah Lister

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Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Age 28
United Kingdom
January 5, 1859
Age 53
Lyttelton, New Zealand

Jan. 5, ship .Clontarf, 1,100 tons, John Allan from Plymouth, Sept. 20,

The Clontarf has had a fair passage out of 106 days from Plymouth. She is a full ship, as may be seen by the passenger list below,; having no less than 470 souls on board, inclusive of crew. A few of the passengers are for other ports. The voyage has not been distinguished by any remarkable incident, a little cold and boisterous weather in the southern latitudes forming its only disagreeable portion. The causes of the deaths mentioned below were in all cases constitutional. Seventy -six cases of measles occurred, but all progressed satisfactorily, without any death, and the epidemic had passed away before the ship reached port. Lat.3s° 10' S. Long. 4 19' E. spoke the ship Tasmania for Melbourne 54 days out. A stow-a-way was discovered on board, when the ship was 10 days at sea. On landing here, he was brought before the Magistrates and obliged to sign a promissory note for his passage, payable in a year.

[List of Government passengers included John Lister and Sarah Martin with her parents Philip and Mary]

(Lyttelton Times, 8 January 1859)

February 21, 1868
Age 62
Christchurch, New Zealand

Christchurch—February 20.
[Before L. Walker, Esq., J.P]

Philip Martin, landlord of the Black Horse, Lincoln road, was charged with a breach of the Public-house Ordinance by supplying liquor to James Orton, since deceased, whilst intoxicated. From the evidence of a witness named Gowling, it appeared that Orton, the deceased, had been supplied with liquor by defendant whilst in a state of intoxication. Another witness stated that deceased was not intoxicated when he had the drink. The case was dismissed, with a caution to the defendant as to how he supplied drink for the future.

(Press, 21 February 1868)

July 27, 1876
Age 70
Lincoln Road, Christchurch, New Zealand

MARTIN-July 27th 1876. Philip Martin. Black Horse Hotel Lincoln road, aged 70. Staffordshire paper, please copy.

(Press,28 July 1876)

New Zealand BDM Registration 1876/3245

United Kingdom