Talhah Ibn Ubaydullah was the cousin of Abu Bakar (R.A) and among the first eight people who accepted Islam. He is presumed to be born in 597 CE.
Talhah Ibn Ubaydullah was one of the Mahajars and was given the title of “living martyr” by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The title was given to him for his valiant efforts and bravery in the battle of Uhud, where he protected Prophet (PBUH) from the attacks of Kuffar. He is also among the ten people who were promised Paradise by Prophet (PBUH).
He is believed to have died in 656 CE.