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Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields

A.E. Martin (1885—1955)

Agnes Martin (1912—2004)

Alan Martin Boase (1902—1982) French scholar

Alexander Martin (1740—1807) revolutionary army officer and politician in America

Alexander Martin (1857—1946) theologian and leader of the United Free Church of Scotland

Alexander Martin Sullivan (1829—1884) journalist and Irish nationalist

Alexander Martin Sullivan (1871—1959) barrister

Allan William Martin (1926—2002)

Amy Brock Martin

Ana Maria Martins

Andrea Martin (b. 1947)

Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin (1906—1985) lawyer

Andrew Martin Fairbairn (1838—1912) Congregational minister and college head

Andy Martin (b. 1960)

Ann M. Martin (b. 1955)

A.P. Martin (1851—1902)

Archer John Porter Martin (1910—2002) biochemist

Arnold Hugh Martin Jones (1904—1970) historian

Arthur Martin Leake (1874—1953) surgeon

Asa Martin (1900—1979)

Aston Martin

Axel Martin Fredrik Munthe (1857—1949) physician and author

Baltimore, Martin

(Basil) Kingsley Martin (1897—1969) political journalist and journal editor

Bayo Martins

Beck, Martin

Ben Martin

Benjamin Martin (1704—1782) lecturer on science and maker of scientific instruments


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English family of potters. The first Martinware, a hard, salt-glazed stoneware, was produced in 1873 at the Fulham Pottery, London. From 1877 to 1914 it was made at Southall, London. ...

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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