Elizabeth was born in 1670. She is the daughter of William Durkee and Martha Cross. 
Her sister, Jane married John Martin (1686), a brother of this George. Sister, Mercy, married George (1680), as his second wife.
Elizabeth was the second wife of George Martin (1648). Their intentions to marry were published in Ipswich, Massachusetts on 21 February 1712/3. 
No children are known from the marriage of George Martin and Elizabeth (Durkee) Martin.
George Martin died in Chebacco parish on 14 April 1734. Elizabeth Martin survived as his widow.
Her husband died intestate (i.e., he did not leave a will), so English law directed the distribution of the estate. His son John Martin and son-in-law John Howard were administrators. Elizabeth pleaded to the court to be ensured the one-third share of her husband's real and personal estate, for the remainder of her life, that widows were entitled to under the law. 
Elizabeth Martin died some time after her husband's estate was settled in 1734.
↑ The article "Martin-Durkee Connections" refers to her as an older sister of their daughters Jane and Mercy.
Ancestry Family Trees. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.
"Martin-Durkee Connections," from the Durkee Family Newsletter, reprinted in The Essex Genealogist (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011.), vol. 5 (1985), pages 74-77
Elliot Burnham Watson and Alven Martyn Smith, George Martin of Salisbury, Mass., and his descendants. also of the probably related lines of Samuel Martin of Francestown, N.H.; his brother Jesse Martin of Francestown, N.H.; of Richard Martyn of Portsmouth, N.H.; and Ephraim Martin of Goffstown, N.H. and Bradford, Vt. South Pasadena, California: Alven Martyn Smith, 1929.
George Martyn of Salisbury Mass. and his descendants by: Susan Grace Martin Shipman
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