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The Tomb of Sir Nitram

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This is the Tomb of Sir Nitram, AKA Martin Kemmish. Pictures and text provided by his wife, Lady Tevar.

 

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Martin F. Kemmish, 32 of Charleston, WV passed away on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at CAMC

General Hospital after an accidental fall at home.
 
He was born in Manchester, England and grew up in Norwalk, Connecticut. He met the love of
his life and settled in Charleston, WV.
 
Martin was a Boy Scout (Life rank) and a member of the National Honor Society. He was also a 
member of the Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA) in the Barony of Blackstone, Mountain. 
 
Martin Kemmish was very intelligent and unique guy. He was very British and proud of his 
heritage, as well as proud to be called a Geek. He loved books by Terry Pratchett, Douglas 
Adams, and was a player of RPG’s, Video Games, Online Games, and anything that challenged 
his mind. He was the administrator to many of his online forums and was well-loved by people 
he had only met online. His wit and knowledge and debating skills challenged many and gave 
him great renown amongst these forums.
 
Martin loved Jimmy Buffet’s music, and learned to share his wife’s love of Southern Rock 
 
He is survived by his wife and best friend of 14 years, Kathy Kemmish of Charleston, WV; his 
parents, Fran and Geoff Kemmish of Boston; sister, Ruth Kemmish of Washington, DC; Uncle 
Dove and Aunt Diann Fletcher, of England; Uncle Lawrence and Aunt Jo Kemmish of France; 
mother-in-law, Marilene D. Bibb of Ansted, WV; cousin and his wife, Mathew and Karen 
Fletcher; brother-in-law, Tom Bibb and wife, Cheryl Perdue and family; brother-in-law, Dean 
Bibb and sons; Brett and Dorrane Bernard of Ansted, WV and Janice Wagoner of Charleston, 
WV and many online friends. 
 
Celebration of Martin’s Life will be held from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 
Barlow Bonsall Funeral Home, Charleston, WV.
 
In lieu of flowers the family request donations may be made to: West Virginia Literacy 
Program Building 6, Room 304, 1900 Kanawha Blvd., East. Charleston, WV 25305-0330 
or University of Virginia, Transplant Center, Health System Development Office, P.O. Box
800773 Charlottesville, VA 22908-0773.

 

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Sir Nitram with his loving wife, Lady Tevar.

 

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Sir Nitram relaxing at home.

 

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Sir Nitram posing.

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