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Martyn, or Martin, surname of one of The Tribes of Galway, Ireland. Members include Wylliam Martin fitz Thomas (fl.1504-1547); William Oge Martyn (fl.1566-1593); the Irish Confederate lawyer Richard Martin fitz Oliver (1602-1648); Fr.Francis Martin (1652-1714) of Louvain, who advocated the asassination of William of Orange in 1685; Richard Martin/"Humanity Dick" Martin (1754-1834) Irish Volunteer, supporter of Catholic Emancipation, founder of the RSPCA; his son, Thomas Barnwall Martin (1784-1847), and granddaughter the writer Mary Letatia Martin (1815-1850); Edward Martyn (1859-1923), patron of the arts, playwright, co-founder of the Abbey Theatre; the writer Violet Florence Martin (1862-1915), Congressman John Andrew Martin (1868-1939), the Hungarian artist Ferenc Martyn (1899-1986).

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