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Born in 1752, Philip Meadows Martineau was a member of a notable Norwich family of Huguenot descent and was an active member of the French community in Norwich.
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View minutes from a meeting in 1817 listing Philip Meadows Martineau as one of surgeons on the board of governors attending
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Find out how the Norwich history detectives followed the trail of 5 commissioners named on the Land Tax Roll of 1821.
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