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Thomas Byam Martin
(1773-1854)

Thomas Byam Martin, son of Henry Martin, was born on 26 Jul 1773 and died on 21 Oct 1854. He served in the Royal Navy.

He married Catherine Fanshawe in 1798.

Sons who served as naval officers: William Fanshawe Martin and Henry Byam Martin

Honors:

Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (GCB) on 3 Mar 1830

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1785)
Lt (1790)
Cdr (1793)
Capt (1793)
RAdm B (1811)
RAdm W (1812)
VAdm B (1819)
Adm B (1830)
Adm Fleet (1849)

Notes:

Son-in-Law of Robert Fanshawe

Deputy Comptroller of the Navy (18151816)
Comptroller of the Navy (9 Feb 18161831)
MP Plymouth (18181831)
Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom

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