1737, Apr 231786, Apr 13
a British administrator who served as the ninth Governor of North Carolina, serving from 1771 to 1776. On March 1, 1771, Martin received his appointment as Governor of North Carolina, succeeding James Hasell. Handicapped by illness, he remained in New York and was unable to present himself in the governor's palace at New Bern until Monday, August 12, 1771.
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05/03/1775-William Legge, Lord Dartmouth, tells Josiah Martin to organize North Carolina Loyalists
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