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Husband: Felix MARTIN (NUNES MARTINEZ) (1892-1941)
Wife: Agnes HOWLETT (1899-1973)
Children: Rose Agnes HOWLETT (1915-2000)
Marriage 23 Sep 1915 Clare, South Australia
Methodist Parsonage


Sex: Male
Father: Benjamin MARTIN (NUNES MARTINEZ) (1862-1927)
Mother: Rose (Rosa) SANDERS (SAUNDERS) (1868- )
Birth 27 Aug 1892 Bethnal Green London
Occupation Shop assistant/Cook/Soldier/Grill Room Chef
Death 6 Dec 1941 (age 49) Clifton, Bristol, England
Cause: Coronary Atheroma. P.m
Address: 5 Berkeley Square
Bristol Coronors certificate issued 8th December 1941 following a post mortem and Inquest.
Age given as 44 instead of 49.

Wife: Agnes HOWLETT

Name: Agnes HOWLETT1
Sex: Female
Father: William Christopher HOWLETT (1869-1955)
Mother: Jane Taylor CRACK (1870-1936)
Birth 1899 Burra, South Australia
Death 2 Jul 1973 (age 73-74) Marleston, South Australia,

Child 1: Rose Agnes HOWLETT


Rose Agnes HOWLETT, 2000, age 85, Image cemetry plot of rose

Name: Rose Agnes HOWLETT
Sex: Female
Spouse 1: William Frank BULLEN ( - )
Spouse 2: Frederick Herbert THOMPSON ( - )
Birth 1915 Yongala Station, Clare, South Australia
Death 4 Sep 2000 (age 84-85) Peak Hill, Parkes Shire, New South Wales, Australia
Burial Peak Hill Cemetery
Peak Hill, Parkes Shire, New South Wales, Australia
Memorial no. 49641163

Note on Marriage

Daughter Rose Agnes born before marriage. Felix left his family to enlist in Australian Imperial Forces 30 October 1915 to serve abroad. Received husbands payments from Australian Imperial Forces. Address: Leamington, Jamestown.

Note on Husband: Felix MARTIN (NUNES MARTINEZ)

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1901 census living with parents & siblings at 11, Hertford Road the Crescent, Edmonton.

Signed up in Royal Navy 2 September 1907.Discharged 20th December 1908 as 'Unsuitable' but 'Good character'.

1910 pleaded guilty at Southampton County Police Court attempting to enter a house with brother Baron for burglary. Sentence not known.

Second brush with the law when he pleaded guilty at the Middlesex Sessions in March 1912 of embezzlement of his Baker master and of burglary in July 1911.

Sentence not known.

Enlist in Australian Imperial Forces 30 October 1915

Service no. B8887. Discharged medically unfit 16 March 1916 after hospital operation for hernia. Ref:

According to U.S., Army Transport Service, Passenger Lists, 1910-1939 (Ancestry) Felix with service number R-218690 rank Cook sailed from Hoboken, New Yersey USA on troop ship Calamares on 25 November 1917 for Europe giving relative to be notified Uncle M.B.Martin of 4 Victoria Road, Edmonton, London.

10th August 1919 sail on troop ship Agamemnon from Brest, France to Hoboken, New Jersey with rank of Private/Cook giving address as 4 Victoria Road, Upper Edmonton and mother named as Rose.

28 November 1923 transferred from U.S. Fort Slocum N.Y. to Panama Canal Department prior to being demobbed.


1Spike Jones, "Family Tree".