Yes, she had a brother St. Lazarus and a sister St. Mary of Bethany.
There are several saints named Francis. Please be specific. However, all of them had relatives, at the very least they had a mother and father.
No, as far as we know, Martha never married nor had any children.
Yes. The Orthodox Church has their own Saints.
Any saint by definition has achieved sainthood, except that some 'saints' are angels (St. Michael) and some saints were not canonized (St. Cecilia).
Saints of November 14: Saint Lawrence O'Toole: in the yr. 1180 Saint Serapion of Algiers: in the yr. 1240
No, there are no 'saints' such as Saint Patrick or Saint Francis in the Bible. The concept of 'saints' is something dreamed up by certain religions. The word saints in the New testament is used to refer to all/any believers in Christ
I can find no reference to any saint named Georgia. There are a number of saints named George, however.
Saint Celeste is the Patron Saint of music.
There is no reference to any saint named Rhianna. There are saints named Anna or Anne, however.
There are two saints named Quetin but neither shows any particular patronages.
There are undoubtedly saints alive today. However, to be officially recognized as a saint by the Church a person must first die and be officially canonized as a saint.
We know little about George, including any friends or relatives he might have had.