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James 
Martineau
1805 - 1900


James 
Martineau
, Presbyterian minister, Hope st ch (1851). Presbyterian minister (1861). 7th and youngest child. of Dublin. Protestant Dissenting minister (1871). Prsbyterian minister, Professor of Philosophy (1881).

Born: 21st Apr 1805Baptised:
Died: , , , England Jan 1900 Buried:
Family:
Martineau

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
James 
Martineau
(
Higginson
) 1805 - 1900
2.
Thomas 
Martineau
(
Rankin
) 1764 - 1826
4.
David 
Martineau
(
Meadows
) 1726 - 1768
5.
Sarah 
Meadows
(
Martineau
) c. 1725 - 1800
3.
Elizabeth 
Rankin
(
Martineau
) 1771 - 1848
6.
 

Siblings


1.
Elizabeth 
Martineau
(
Greenhow
) 1794 - 1850
2.
Thomas 
Martineau
1795 - 1824
3.
Henry 
Martineau
1797 - post 1826
4.
Robert Rankin 
Martineau
(
Smith
) 1798 - 1870
5.
Rachel Anne 
Martineau
1801 - 1878
6.
Harriet 
Martineau
1802 - 1876
7.
Ellen 
Martineau
(
Higginson
) 1811 - post 1881

Spouses



1. St Werburgh, Derby, Berbyshire, England 18th Dec 1828
Helen 
Higginson
(
Martineau
) 1804 - 1877

Descendants
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a.
Helen 
Higginson
(
Martineau
) 1804 - 1877
1.
F/? 
Martineau
1829 - ante 1832
2.
Isabella 
Martineau
(
Lewis
) 1832 - post 1891
3.
Mary Ellen 
Martineau
1834 - 1902
4.
M/? 
Martineau
1836 - 1846
5.
Gertrude 
Martineau
1837 - post 1901
6.
Basil 
Martineau
(
Fell
) 1839 - 1906
7.
Edith 
Martineau
1842 - 1909
Sources

Census

Timeline


21st Apr 1805Born
18th Dec 1828Married
Helen 
Higginson
(
Martineau
) 1804 - 1877 Derby, Berbyshire, England
31st Mar 1851Head of household in 1851 census (census) Liverpool, Lancs., England
1861Head of household in 1861 census (census) England
1871Head of household in 1871 census (census) England
3rd Apr 1881Head of household in 1881 census (census) England
1891Head of household in 1891 census (census) England
Jan 1900Died England
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