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Thomas Martineau

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Sir Thomas Martineau (1828–1893), lawyer

Partner of Arthur Ryland.

c.1860 Elected to the council of the Birmingham and Midland Institute

1866 Thomas Martineau was one of the vice-presidents of the Birmingham and Midland Institute[1]

1889 Sir Thomas Martineau was the Wages Board Arbitrator in Staffordshire

1891 Sir Thomas Martineau 62, solicitor and notary, lived in Edgbaston with Emily Martineau 52, Clara Martineau 16, Earnest Martineau 30, Margaret L Martineau 27, Willard Martineau 1[2]

1893 Died in Edgbaston[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Sept. 28, 1866
  2. 1891 census
  3. National probate calendar