Capt. Brice MARTIN ID#6595
Father*Capt. Joseph MARTIN1,2 d. a 1761
Mother*Susanna "Ann" CHILES1
Capt. Brice MARTIN was the son of Capt. Joseph MARTIN and Susanna "Ann" CHILES.1,2 
WillCapt. Brice MARTIN was mentioned in the will of Capt. Joseph MARTIN on 3 December 1760 in Albemarle County, Virginia; Mentions: wife Ann Martin, sons Brice Martin, William Martin, Joseph Martin, John Martin, George Martin, daughter Susannah Martin, Mary Hammack, Sarah Burrus, Martha Martin, Ann Martin, Olive Martin. Executors Isaac Davis and Thomas Burris. Witnesses John Hensloo and John Jonos.3 
Military*1775 - "At a meeting of the Commonwealth of Pittsylvania county Wed. 27th Sept. 1775, the following gentlemen were nominated as Officers for the Militia Agreeable to the Ordinance of Convention viz:
....Bryce Martin.....Lieut....."4 
MilitaryBrice Martin is listed as a Capt. in Henry County in 1780.5 

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  1. [S3327] Horton, Lucy Henderson. Family History, Press of the News, Franklin, Tenn. 1922., Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  2. [S146] Woods, Edgar. Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of What It Was by Nature, of What It Was Made by Man, and of Some of the Men Who Made It. Charlottesville, Va.: Michie Co., printers, 1901. Print., Personal Collection - printed book.
  3. [S3588] King, J. E. S. (1940). Abstracts of wills, inventories, and administration accounts of Albemarle County, Virginia (1748-1800) Amherst County, Virginia (1761-1800)., Family Search, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. [S3558] Virginia Historical Society. The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 19, Dec 1911, pp.307, Hathi Trust Digital Library.
  5. [S149] McAllister, J T. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War: Mcallister's Data. Hot Springs, Va: McAllister Pub. Co, 1913. Print., Hathi Trust Digital Library.
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