Maire was son of Thomas Maire of Lartington, Yorkshire, and an elder brother of the Roman Catholic priest William Maire. He was admitted to Gray's Inn in 1727; as a Catholic, Maire could not be called to the bar, and so he built up a conveyancing practice. He married Mary Lawson, who survived him, and had a seat at Lartington Hall.
- Joseph Gillow, A literary and biographical history of the English Catholics
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