Thomas Martin (1697-1771) was a Suffolk antiquary.
14th- and 15th-century documents, including an inventory of Richard II, 1378, and Royal Household and Wardrobe receipts, 1431-61, collected by the Thomas Martin, originally guarded into a folio volume, with later transcripts.
The collection, owned by Craven Ord, was lot 1014 in the sale of his MSS., R.H. Evans, 25 Jan. 1830.Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was bought from Sotheby's in 1975.Access Conditions
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Martin | Thomas | 1697-1771 | Antiquary
Richard | II | 1367-1400 | King of England