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"Honest Tom" Martin

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  1. Thomas Martin , known as "Honest Tom Martin of Palgrave", was an antiquarian and lawyer

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  2. born on 8 March 1696/7

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  3. John Worth, chemist, of Diss, advertised in 1774 proposals for publishing a history of Thetford, compiled from Martin's papers by Mr. Davis, a dissenting minister, of Diss, and five sheets of the work were actually printed by Crouse of Norwich (NICHO

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  4. died on 7 March 1771

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  5. Martin was born at Thetford in the school house of St. Mary's parish, which is the only parish of that town situated in the county of Suffolk

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