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Sir James Martin, KCB, QC (14 May 1820 – 4 November 1886) was three times Premier of New South Wales, and Chief Justice of New South Wales from 1873 to 1886. Martin was born in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland but emigrated with his parents to Sydney, Australia at the age of one. He was educated at Dame's School, Parramatta and, despite his family's poverty, the Sydney Academy and Sydney College under the tutelage of William Timothy Cape, and left school at the age of 16 to become a reporter.
Sir James Martin (1820-1886), politician and chief justice, was born on 14 May 1820 at Midleton, Cork, Ireland, eldest child of John Martin, castle steward, and his wife Mary, née . E. Grainger, Martin of Martin Place (Syd, 1970). J. N. Molony, An Architect of Freedom (Canberra, 1973).
Sir James Martin (1820-1886), politician and chief justice, was born on 14 May 1820 at Midleton, Cork, Ireland, eldest child of John Martin, castle steward, and his wife Mary, née Hennessey (1795-1876), who were married on 5 July 1819 at Glanmire, Cork. Offered employment by Governor Brisbane, John sailed with his family in the John Barry, reached Sydney on 6 November 1821, and worked as a groom at Parramatta. M. Rutledge, ‘Edward Butler and the chief justiceship, 1873’, Historical Studies, no 50, Apr 1968.
Sir James Martin passed away on the 4th of November, 1886 of heart failure. Martin of Martin Place: a biography of Sir James Martin. p. 75. Curran, H. (. His burial place was St Jude’s at Randwick, however his remains were later transferred to lay to rest beside Lady Martin upon her death in 1909. Their graves are located in Waverley Cemetery in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. In 1892, Martin Place in the central business district of Sydney was dedicated to Martin in his memory. Alysha Esdaile, Volunteer Collections Assistant, City of Parramatta, Parramatta Heritage Centre, 2017. The Dream Tree: Jackaranda, Sydney Icon.
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Among other conspicuous things during his career, Sir James Martin was the prominent figure at the unveiling of the Wentworth statue in the Sydney University, on which occasion he delivered an address, and again at the grave at Vaucluse on the occasion of the public funeral to the remains of Mr. Wentworth, where he pronounced an impressive oration.
Birthdate: May 14, 1820. Birthplace: Midleton, County Cork, Ireland. Death: November 04, 1886 (66) Potts Point, NSW, Australia. Immediate Family: Husband of Isabella Martin Father of William John Martin. Managed by: Richard John Burgess
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James Martin (1820–1886). Works about Martin Download/print. Australian politician, premier of New South Wales. Martin, His Honour the Hon. Sir James," in The Dictionary of Australasian Biography, by Philip Mennell, London: Hutchinson & Co. (1892). Martin, James (1815-1886)," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & C. (1885–1900) in 63 vols.