|b. 28 Feb 1604 in Holborn, London, England||b. abt. 1625|
|d. 1691 in Marblehead||d. Bef. 1688 in Marblehead|
|John Martin||Sarah Northey|
|b.?||b. 1652 in Marblehead|
|d. in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. 1689 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||abt. 1674||John Martin to Sarah Northey|
|Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|John Martin b. 1681; d. 1732; no further records|
|Peter Martin m. 1) 11 May 1695 Martha Lawrance; one verified child: Elizabeth; m. 2) July 26, 1722 Constance Hines; d. before 11 Jul 1740 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Samuel Martin; no further records|
|Robert Martin ; m. Bethiah Bartlett 15 Nov 1700 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts; one confirmed child, Mary Martin, probably others; probate 6 May 1725|
|Thomas Martin b. 8 Jun 1675 m. 28 Apr 1701 Eleanor Knott b, 4 Jul 1683, d. 4 Jul 1759); Six Children: Hannah, Sarah, Knott, Thomas, and Ruth Martin; d. before 22 Jan 1759|
John Martin (Sarah Northey's husband) was mentioned in the will of her father, John Northey, dated 8 Nov 1688 as his son-in-law. The sons of John and Sarah Martin each received bequests and were mentioned by name as "her oldest son John Martin" and the others, Peter, Samuel, Robert, and Thomas in that order. The only son for whom I could find a date of both was Thomas.
Scant details are available for these sons, other than our direct ancestor, Thomas. Peter married twice and had at least one child with his first wife. His second wife survived him. Robert married Bethiah Bartlett, the daughter of John Bartlett, who was the brother of our direct ancestor, Robert Bartlett, and Bethiah Devereux, the daughter of our direct ancestor John, Sr. They had at least one confirmed child.
Our direct ancestors Thomas Martin and Eleanor Knott (whose mother was also a daughter of John Devereux) were the parents of six children, two of whom were also our direct ancestors. Sarah Martin married Joseph Pedrick, another mariner in a family of successful mariners, and Knott Martin married Sarah Arnold and had two sons who were also our direct ancestors and both sea captains.
Proof of relationship is established with the will and vital records.
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