Philip Martin (1806 - 1876)

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Birthplace: Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Lincoln Road, Christchurch, New Zealand
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1806
1806
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
1834
1834
Age 28
United Kingdom
1859
January 5, 1859
Age 53
Lyttelton, New Zealand

ARRIVED.
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)

1868
February 21, 1868
Age 62
Christchurch, New Zealand

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
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)

1876
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

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United Kingdom