Reverend William Martin was a Church of England clergyman.

He was the first vicar of the new church of St James the Apostle, Islington in 1875.[1] In July 1880 he was appointed rector of St Dunstan's in the West.[2]

For three years he was a member of the London School Board, representing the City of London from 1888 to 1891.

In 1897 he left London when he became vicar of Darley Abbey, Derbyshire.[3]

For the Lord Mayor see William Martyn


  1. History. St James' Church Islington.
  2. "Multiple News Items". The Standard: p. 5. 16 July 1880. 
  3. "Ecclesiastical". Derby Mercury. 129 September 1897. 

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