William died in 1917 of heart failure and was buried in City Cemetery, Belfast. His status is listed as married, although I was not able to locate a marriage record. His occupation is "flax dresser". The Grave Owner is Mary Martin, which could have been his wife, however, he lived with brother Alexander and Alexander's wife Minnie in 1911 at age 45.
|Surname||Forename||Age||Sex||Relation to head||Birthplace||Occupation||Religion||Marital Status|
|Martin||Alexander||46||M||Head of Family||Co Antrim||General Labourer||Church of Ireland||Married|
|Martin||Minnie||42||F||Wife||Co Antrim||Smoother Laundry||Church of Ireland||Married|
|Martin||William||45||M||Brother||Co Antrim||Ruffer in Flax Mill||Presbyterian||Single|
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