See also

Alice MARTIN (c. 1845- )

1. Alice A MARTIN, daughter of James MARTIN (c. 1807- ) and Maria UNK (c. 1816- ), was born circa 1845 in Marylebone, London. She was a Printer.


The 1861 census gives his occupation as "Assistant in Business", presumably his father's. She was about 16 at the time.

Second Generation

2. James MARTIN was born circa 1807 in St. Pancras, Middlesex. He was a Printer & Stationer. He appeared in the census. He celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. He married Maria UNK.


In the 1861 census the family were living at 10 Lisson Grove (possibly the transcribed entry from the 1881 census has been misread - this needs to be revisited). Address in 1881: 18 Lisson Grove, St Marylebone, London,

He was a "Printer Stationer Employing 11 men 5 boys 2 women 3 girls"
In 1881 he was a "Master printer & bookbinder, employing at present 17 men, 4 boys and 4 females".

The image of James Martin may possibly of his son Thomas instead, but seems not to resemble the latter. On that basis it has been surmised to be an image of James Martin, without certainty.


3. Maria UNK was born circa 1816 in Marylebone, London. She and James MARTIN had the following children:


William H MARTIN (c. 1832- ). William was born circa 1832 in Marylebone. He was a Printer.

John MARTIN (c. 1839- ). John was born circa 1839 in Marylebone. He was a Printer.

Caroline M A MARTIN (c. 1843- ). Caroline was born circa 1843 in Marylebone. She was a Teacher.


Alice A MARTIN (c. 1845- )

Thomas Charles MARTIN (c. 1859- ). Thomas was born circa 1859 in Marylebone. He was a Printer, Bookbinder, Stationer. He appeared in the census. He celebrated his Bar Mitzvah.