Descendants of Marvin

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  ROGER1 MERVEYN1,2 was born Abt. 1430 in Ramsey, County Essex, England3,4, and died 10 Sep 1475 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England5,6.  He married MATILDA7,8 Abt. 14528,9.  She was born Abt. 1432 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England10, and died WFT Est. 1456-152611.

 

More About ROGER MERVEYN:

Ancestral File Number: FZX3-DS

Burial: Unknown, St. Stephen's Church, Ramsey, County Essex, England12

 

More About MATILDA:

Ancestral File Number: FZX3-F0

       

Children of ROGER MERVEYN and MATILDA are:

2.                i.    JOHN2 MERVYN, b. Abt. 1453, Washbrook, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England; d. WFT Est. 1495-1544.

3.               ii.    THOMAS MERVEYN, b. Abt. 1454, of Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Bet. 23 Aug 1503 - 11 Apr 1504, Ramsey, County Essex, England.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  JOHN2 MERVYN (ROGER1 MERVEYN)13,14,15 was born Abt. 1453 in Washbrook, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England15,16, and died WFT Est. 1495-154417.  He married ELIZABETH17 WFT Est. 1472-150217.  She was born Abt. 1457 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England17, and died WFT Est. 1495-155217.

 

Notes for JOHN MERVYN:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

!SOURCE: A1 C11 Hicock Gen.

Name also spelled Mervyn.

!Attached to the sheet is the following note:
"This record appears to be in conflict with other records in the Archives.
See sheets   John Marvin 1453 and Mrs Elizabeth Marvin
Thomas Marvin 1455 and Mrs. Christiane Marvin
John Marvin 1468 and Mrs. Elizabeth Marvin
The slip for the wife is missing.  26 May 1958".

Ancestral File Number: FZX3-G5

BAPL: 15 Nov 193017

ENDL: 20 Nov 193017

SLGC: 02 Mar 194417

 

More About ELIZABETH:

BAPL: 21 May 195717

ENDL: 26 Aug 195717

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and ELIZABETH are:

                   i.    ROBERT3 MARVIN17, b. Abt. 1490, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England17; d. 10 Dec 155617.

More About ROBERT MARVIN:

BAPL: 21 May 195717

ENDL: 08 Jan 195817

SLGC: 24 Oct 195817

                  ii.    ANN MARVIN17, b. Abt. 1492, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England17; d. WFT Est. 1493-158617.

More About ANN MARVIN:

BAPL: 21 May 195717

ENDL: 26 Aug 195717

SLGC: 24 Oct 195817

 

 

3.  THOMAS2 MERVEYN (ROGER1)18,19,20 was born Abt. 1454 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England21, and died Bet. 23 Aug 1503 - 11 Apr 1504 in Ramsey, County Essex, England22,23,24.  He married CHRISTIAN25,26 Abt. 1479 in Ramsey, County Essex, England26.  She was born Abt. 1458 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England27,28, and died Aft. 1503 in probably Ramsey, County Essex, England28.

 

Notes for THOMAS MERVEYN:

"The American Genealogist," Whole Number 69, Volume XVIII, No. 1, July 1941, "Notes on the Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin," by John Insley Coddington, A.M., of Olivet, Michigan, pg 3.

"The Nuncupative Will of Thomas Merveyn of Ramsey, co. Essex, dated 23 August 1503.  He bequesathed to his wife one half of his household stuff and all the stuff she brought with her on their marriage; also his lands at the Churchgate of Ramsey, to her and her heirs forever.  To his son Thomas, his houses in Herwych [Harwich, co. Essex], to him and his heirs forever.  to his son Robert, a trunk.  To his four daughters, 10 (Pounds).  To John Fletcher, his part of the quay in Herwych, he paying the testator's executors 40s.  Executors:  His wife Christian Merveyn, his son John Merveyn, and Thomas Grey.  To his son John, his house at Bridge with all the lands thereunto belonging and [lands at] Kent in the Soken, to him  and his heirs forever.  Witnesses to this nuncupative Will: John Cuko; John Rande; Water Hunt; Reynold Edgar, bailly of Herwych; George Hasketh; Thomas Doye; Lawrence Yong; William Pyeree; Emme White; John Perdryche.  Proved, 11 April 1504, by John Wro, proctor to the executors (P.C.C., 5 Holgrave)."

Pg 4.

"1. Thomas Mervyn...may by a bare possibility have been the son of Robert Mervyn of Ipswich, co. Suffolk.  It will be noticed that the testator of 1503 named a son Robert.  This suggestion is, however, of an extremely tentative variety, for there is no proof at all of this identification.   Thomas Mervyn was obviously a man of considerable subsistence."

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-4K

Burial: 1503, Church of St. Michael the Archangel, Ramsey, County Essex, England29,30,31

Christening: Ramsey, County Essex, England32

Probate: 11 Apr 150433,34

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England35,36

Will: 23 Aug 150337,38

 

More About CHRISTIAN:

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-5Q

       

Children of THOMAS MERVEYN and CHRISTIAN are:

4.                i.    JOHN3 MERVYN, b. 1480, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England; d. Bet. 16 Sep - 17 Dec 1533, Ramsey, County Essex, England.

5.               ii.    THOMAS MERVYN, b. Abt. 1485, of Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Bet. 18 Nov - 17 Dec 1550, Harwich, County Essex, England.

6.              iii.    ROBERT MERVYN, b. Abt. 1490, of Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Bet. 10 Dec 1556 - 19 Jan 1556/57.

7.              iv.    ANN MERVYN, b. Abt. 1494, of Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Aft. 1503.

                  v.    DAUGHTER 1 MERVYN39, b. Bef. 150339; d. Unknown.

                 vi.    DAUGHTER 2 MERVYN39, b. Bef. 150339; d. Unknown.

                vii.    DAUGHTER 3 MERVYN39, b. Bef. 150339; d. Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

4.  JOHN3 MERVYN (THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)39,40,41,42 was born 1480 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England43,44,45,46, and died Bet. 16 Sep - 17 Dec 1533 in Ramsey, County Essex, England47,48.  He married MARGARET49,50 WFT Est. 1499-152951.  She was born Abt. 148451, and died WFT Est. 1529-157951.

 

Notes for JOHN MERVYN:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

!Pinned to this sheet : "This record appears to be in conflict with another
record which lists John Marvin 1480, as the father of these children. There is
also a question as to the mother's name. Cannot clarify at this time - 26 May
1958."

!Source: A.1 C11 Hicock Gen.

"The American Genealogist," Whole Number 69, Volume XVIII, No. 1, July 1941, "Notes on the Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin," by John Insley Coddington, A.M., of Olivet, Michigan, pg 3.

"The Will of John Mervyn, of Ramsey, co. Essex, yeoman, dated 16 September 1533.  I desire to be buried in the Church of St. Michael the Archangel of Ramsey, near my father, and bequeath to that Church 3s, 4d.  To the old work of St. Paul's 12d.  I desire an honest priest to sing for me and my friends in Ramsey Church for half a year, he to have 3 (pounds) 6s, 8d.  To the four Orders of Friars in and about Ipswich, 40s.  To the amendingof Ramsey highway and bridge, 4 (pounds).  To my wife Margaret, all my houses and lands in Ramsey, both copy and freehold, except Janecoxe, and also all my household stuff, and 20 (pounds), ten milch beasts, two couple of oxen, four cart horses, harness, cart and plough, and 100 sheep.  To my eldest son John, the house I dwell in, my copyhold land held of the Abbot of St. Osyth, and a pightell called Waxe, he to receive all these after his mother's death.  To my said eldest son John immediatelyafter my decease, my quarter of the ship Mary and John.  To my son Raynold, a tenement called Bennettes and lands thereunto belonging, after his mother's death.  To my son Thomas, a tenement called Rolfes, and Nether lands and Gesses, after his mother's death.  To my son Richard, a tenenment in Little Ockley called Brandons, and free pightell.  To my son John the younger, a tenement called Milkes in Myche Ockley.  to my sons Raynold, Thomas and Richard 10 (pounds) each at their ages of 21.  To my daughters Margaret, Christian and Marion, 10 (pounds), each on their marriage.  My land called Janecoxe I bequeath to my feoffees to keep an obit for me, my father and all my friends.  To John blosse, two sheep and two bushels of corn.  To Richard Tredfall, two sheep.  To Roger Smythe, two sheep.  To Thomas Cuckcucke the younger, a sheep.  To my brother, Thomas Mervyn, 5 (pounds), a "garthing plate" in Harwich that was my father's with all my bows and shafts.  To each of my servants, manand woman, two sheep.  To John Blosse the elder, "my best gown except one."  To Robert Were, John frotsame, James Carter, John Mote, Thomas Hege, Robert Harting and Purkas (sic), Robert Blosse, Robert Tidder, John Blosse the younger, and Robert Larkyn, clothes and sheep.  Residuary legatees: My childres.  Executors:  My wife Margaret and my eldest son John.  Supervisor: My brother Thomas Mervyn.  Witnesses: Nicholas Awdley, curate; Thomas Hurre; John Blosse the elder; Robert Blosse; Thomas Cuckekucke the younger.  Proved, 17 December 1533, by the executors named (P.C.C., 8 Hogen)."

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-27

BAPL: 21 May 195751

Burial: 1533, Church of St. Michael the Archangel, Ramsey, County Essex, England52,53

ENDL: 20 Dec 195754

Occupation: Yeoman55

Probate: 17 Dec 153355

SLGC: 24 Oct 195856

Will: 16 Sep 153357

 

Notes for MARGARET:

"The American Genealogist," Whole Number 69, Volume XVIII, No. 1, July 1941, "Notes on the Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin," by John Insley Coddington, A.M., of Olivet, Michigan, pg 5.

"From the terms of the will [her husband John Mervyn's will], it is obvious that she [Margaret] was the mother of all his children.  She was undoubtedly the 'Widow Marvin' who was taxed 15s, on her movables at Ramsey in the Lay Subsidy of 1540.  The date of her death is not known."

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and MARGARET are:

8.                i.    JOHN4 MERVYN, b. Abt. 1510, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England; d. Aft. 14 Oct 1561.

9.               ii.    RAYNOLD MERVYN, b. 1514, Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Bet. 10 Dec 1556 - 14 Oct 1561, Ramsey, County Essex, England.

                 iii.    RICHARD MERVYN57, b. Bet. 1514 - 153357; d. Unknown.

10.            iv.    THOMAS MERVYN, b. Abt. 1515, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England; d. Aft. 14 Oct 1561, probably Ramsey, County Essex, England.

                  v.    JOHN MERVYN, THE YOUNGER57, b. Bet. 1515 - 153357; d. Unknown.

                 vi.    CHRISTIAN MERVYN57,58, b. Abt. 1521, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England58,59; d. Bef. 14 Oct 156159; m. THOMAS HERDE59,60, Aft. 153361; b. WFT Est. 1504-152462; d. Aft. 14 Oct 156163.

More About CHRISTIAN MERVYN:

BAPL: 21 May 195764

ENDL: 20 Dec 195764

SLGC: 03 Nov 195864

                vii.    MARION MERVYN65,66, b. Abt. 1523, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England67,68; d. Aft. 30 Jan 1570/7169; m. SWATTOCKE69,70, Aft. 153371; b. WFT Est. 1506-152672; d. WFT Est. 1540-161272.

More About MARION MERVYN:

BAPL: 21 May 195772

ENDL: 12 Aug 195772

SLGC: 03 Nov 195872

               viii.    URSULA MERVYN72, b. Abt. 1525, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England72; d. 06 Sep 158872; m. THOMAS COOPER72, WFT Est. 1539-156972; b. WFT Est. 1508-152872; d. WFT Est. 1542-161472.

More About URSULA MERVYN:

BAPL: 24 Jun 193372

ENDL: 28 Jun 193372

SLGC: 03 Nov 195872

11.             ix.    MARGARET MERVYN, b. Bef. 1533, Ipswich, County Suffolk, England; d. Bef. 20 Nov 1587.

 

 

5.  THOMAS3 MERVYN (THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)73,74 was born Abt. 1485 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England75,76, and died Bet. 18 Nov - 17 Dec 1550 in Harwich, County Essex, England77,78.  He married ANNE79,80.  She was born Abt. 1487 in Ramsey, County Essex, England81,82, and died Bet. 20 Mar 1557/58 - 30 Dec 155883.

 

More About THOMAS MERVYN:

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-M5

Occupation: Shop-keeper84

Probate: 17 Dec 155084

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England84

Will: 18 Nov 155084

 

More About ANNE:

Ancestral File Number: 9J49-17

Probate: 30 Dec 155884

Will: 20 Mar 1557/5884

       

Children of THOMAS MERVYN and ANNE are:

12.              i.    ELIZABETH4 MERVYN, d. Unknown.

13.             ii.    DAUGHTER 2 MERVYN, d. Abt. 1558.

14.            iii.    THOMAS MERVYN, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    DAUGHTER 3 MERVYN85, d. Unknown; m. JOHN BARKER85, Abt. 1551, of Bilston, County Suffolk, England86; b. Abt. 1526, Bilston, County Suffolk, England87; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN BARKER:

Occupation: Clothier88

Residence: Bylston, County Suffolk, England88

15.             v.    DAUGHTER 4 MERVYN, d. Unknown.

16.            vi.    DAUGHTER 5 MERVYN, d. Unknown.

 

 

6.  ROBERT3 MERVYN (THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)88,89 was born Abt. 1490 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England90,91, and died Bet. 10 Dec 1556 - 19 Jan 1556/5792.  He married ISABEL92.  She died Bet. 02 - 06 Jan 1559/6092.

 

More About ROBERT MERVYN:

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-PH

Probate: 19 Jan 1556/5793

Property: Freehold and copyhold lands, including Bosemans and Bodies93

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England94

Will: 10 Dec 155695

 

More About ISABEL:

Probate: 06 Jun 166095

Will: 02 Jan 1559/6095

       

Children of ROBERT MERVYN and ISABEL are:

17.              i.    DAUGHTER 1 MERVYN4, d. Bef. 19 Jan 1556/57.

18.             ii.    DAUGHTER 2 MERVYN, d. Bef. 19 Jan 1556/57.

19.            iii.    SISSELY MERVYN, d. Unknown.

 

 

7.  ANN3 MERVYN (THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)96,97 was born Abt. 1494 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England97,98, and died Aft. 150399.  She married ROBERT BORFLETE100.  He died Unknown.

 

More About ANN MERVYN:

Ancestral File Number: 55JW-RT

       

Children of ANN MERVYN and ROBERT BORFLETE are:

                   i.    FRANCIS4 BORFLETE100, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    ROBERT BORFLETE100, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    THOMAS BORFLETE100, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    JOHN BORFLETE100, d. Unknown.

                  v.    MARY BORFLETE100, d. Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

8.  JOHN4 MERVYN (JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)100,101 was born Abt. 1510 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England101,102, and died Aft. 14 Oct 1561102.  He married <UNNAMED>102.  She died Unknown.

 

More About JOHN MERVYN:

BAPL: 21 May 1957103

ENDL: 04 Nov 1957103

Property: Dwelling house, pightell called Waxe and a quarter of the ship Mary and John104

Residence: 1540, Ramsey, County Essex, England105

SLGC: 03 Nov 1958106

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and <UNNAMED> are:

20.              i.    ELIZABETH5 MERVYN, b. 1532; d. Unknown.

21.             ii.    JOHN MERVYN, b. 1534; d. Bet. 30 Jan 1569/70 - Dec 1571.

22.            iii.    ROGER MERVYN, b. Abt. 1537; d. Unknown.

23.            iv.    MARGARET MERVYN, b. Bef. 30 Jan 1570/71; d. Unknown.

 

 

9.  RAYNOLD4 MERVYN (JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)107,108,109 was born 1514 in Ramsey, County Essex, England110,111,112,113, and died Bet. 10 Dec 1556 - 14 Oct 1561 in Ramsey, County Essex, England114,115.  He married JOHAN116,117,118 WFT Est. 1533-1563119.  She was born Bet. 1517 - 1519 in Ramsey, County Essex, England119, and died 1571120,121.

 

Notes for RAYNOLD MERVYN:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

!Source: Marvin Gen B3B3 p 75,77
Buried at Church of St. Michael in Ramsey.

BAPL: 18 Aug 1908122

Burial: Unknown, Ramsey, County Essex, England122

ENDL: 03 Nov 1930122

Occupation: Yeoman123

Property: Bennettes tenement in Ramsey, County Essex, England123

Record Change: 07 Aug 2001124

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England125

SLGC: 03 Nov 1958126

Will: 22 Dec 1554127

 

More About JOHAN:

BAPL: 22 Apr 1930128

ENDL: 02 Oct 1930128

Record Change: 07 Aug 2001129

       

Children of RAYNOLD MERVYN and JOHAN are:

                   i.    BARBARA5 MARVIN130,131, b. Bet. 1536 - 1556, Ramsey, County Essex, England132,133; d. WFT Est. 1570-1650133; m. JOHN WADE134,135, WFT Est. 1570-1603135; b. WFT Est. 1539-1559135; d. WFT Est. 1573-1645135.

More About BARBARA MARVIN:

BAPL: 11 Aug 1908135

ENDL: 20 Aug 1908135

SLGC: 11 May 1942135

More About JOHN WADE:

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England136

                  ii.    AUDREY MARVIN136,137, b. Abt. 1546, Ramsey, County Essex, England137,138; d. WFT Est. 1547-1640139.

More About AUDREY MARVIN:

BAPL: 18 Aug 1908139

ENDL: 15 Feb 1924139

SLGC: 11 May 1942139

24.            iii.    EDWARD MARVIN, b. Abt. 1546, Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. 15 Nov 1615, Great Bentley, County Essex, England.

                 iv.    RICHARD MARVIN140,141, b. Abt. 1550, Ramsey, County Essex, England141; d. WFT Est. 1551-1640141.

More About RICHARD MARVIN:

BAPL: 22 Apr 1930141

ENDL: 01 Dec 1930141

Property: Bennettes tenement in Ramsey, County Essex, England142

SLGC: 11 May 1942143

25.             v.    JOHN MARVIN, b. Abt. 1552, Ramsey, County Essex, England; d. Mar 1584/85, Little Oakley, County Essex, England.

                 vi.    MARGERY MARVIN143,144, b. Abt. 1554, Ramsey, County Essex, England144,145; d. WFT Est. 1555-1648145.

More About MARGERY MARVIN:

BAPL: 18 Nov 1930145

ENDL: 20 Nov 1930145

SLGC: 11 May 1942145

 

 

10.  THOMAS4 MERVYN (JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)146,147,148 was born Abt. 1515 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England149,150,151, and died Aft. 14 Oct 1561 in probably Ramsey, County Essex, England152,153.  He married BARBARA153,154 1540 in Ramsey, County Essex, England155.  She was born Abt. 1517 in of Ramsey, County Essex, England155,156, and died Unknown in probably Ramsey, County Essex, England157,158.

 

More About THOMAS MERVYN:

BAPL: 21 May 1957159

ENDL: 19 Dec 1957159

Property: Rolfes tenement and Nether Lands and Gesses160

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England160

SLGC: 03 Nov 1958161

Will: 14 Oct 1561162

       

Child of THOMAS MERVYN and BARBARA is:

                   i.    MATTHEW5 MERVYN162, b. Bef. 1561162; d. Unknown.

 

 

11.  MARGARET4 MERVYN (JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)162,163 was born Bef. 1533 in Ipswich, County Suffolk, England164,165, and died Bef. 20 Nov 1587165.  She married JOHN COOPER166,167 WFT Est. 1541-1571167.  He was born WFT Est. 1510-1530167, and died WFT Est. 1544-1616167.

 

More About MARGARET MERVYN:

BAPL: 21 May 1957167

Burial: 20 Nov 1587, St. Nicholas's Church, Harwich, County Essex, England168

ENDL: 26 Aug 1957169

Probate: 24 Jan 1587/88170

SLGC: 03 Nov 1958171

Will: 08 Dec 1587172

 

More About JOHN COOPER:

Burial: 29 Jul 1580, St. Nicholas's Church, Harwich, County Essex, England173

       

Children of MARGARET MERVYN and JOHN COOPER are:

                   i.    THOMAS5 COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown.

                  ii.    PETER COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown.

                 iii.    WILLIAM COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    ROGER COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown.

                  v.    PHILLIS COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown; m. HARTE173; d. Unknown.

                 vi.    EMMA COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown; m. SAWER173; d. Unknown.

                vii.    MARGARET COOPER173, b. Bef. 1559173; d. Unknown.

               viii.    CHRISTIAN COOPER173, b. Bef. 16 Apr 1560173; d. Unknown; m. HAINES173; d. Unknown.

                  ix.    RICHARD COOPER173, b. Bef. 19 Jul 1562173; d. Unknown.

                   x.    OWEN COOPER173, b. Bef. 14 Aug 1564173; d. Unknown.

 

 

12.  ELIZABETH4 MERVYN (THOMAS3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)173 died Unknown.  She married ROGER HAWKYN173.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of ELIZABETH MERVYN and ROGER HAWKYN are:

                   i.    JOHN5 HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    ROGER HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    HENRY HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    THOMAS HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

                  v.    ROSE HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

                 vi.    ELIZABETH HAWKYN173, d. Unknown.

 

 

13.  DAUGHTER 2 MERVYN4 (THOMAS3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)173 died Abt. 1558173.  She married CAUSSTON173.  He died Unknown.

 

More About CAUSSTON:

Occupation: Farmer173

       

Children of MERVYN and CAUSSTON are:

                   i.    CHILD 1 CAUSSTON5173, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    CHILD 2 CAUSSTON173, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    CHILD 3 CAUSSTON173, d. Unknown.

 

 

14.  THOMAS4 MERVYN (THOMAS3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)173 died Unknown.  He married ELIZABETH173.  She died Unknown.

 

More About THOMAS MERVYN:

Burial: 08 Oct 1577, Harwich, County Essex, England173

       

Children of THOMAS MERVYN and ELIZABETH are:

                   i.    THOMAS5 MERVYN173, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    ANNE MERVYN173, d. Unknown.

 

 

15.  DAUGHTER 4 MERVYN4 (THOMAS3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)173 died Unknown.  She married JOHN LAME173.  He died Unknown.

 

More About JOHN LAME:

Residence: Trimley, County Suffolk, England174

       

Children of MERVYN and JOHN LAME are:

                   i.    ADAM5 LAME175, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    RICHARD LAME175, d. Unknown.

 

 

16.  DAUGHTER 5 MERVYN4 (THOMAS3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)175 died Unknown.  She married THOMAS RYCHEMAN175 Bet. 1550 - 1558175.  He died Unknown.

 

More About DAUGHTER 5 MERVYN:

Burial: Bef. 1558175

 

More About THOMAS RYCHEMAN:

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England176

       

Children of MERVYN and THOMAS RYCHEMAN are:

                   i.    ANNE5 RYCHEMAN177, b. Bet. 1550 - 1558177; d. Unknown.

                  ii.    AGNES RYCHEMAN177, b. Bet. 1550 - 1558177; d. Unknown.

 

 

17.  DAUGHTER 1 MERVYN4 (ROBERT3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)177 died Bef. 19 Jan 1556/57177.  She married HEWIT177.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of MERVYN and HEWIT are:

                   i.    JAMES5 HEWIT177, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    WILLIAM HEWIT177, d. Unknown.

 

 

18.  DAUGHTER 2 MERVYN4 (ROBERT3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)177 died Bef. 19 Jan 1556/57177.  She married BETERYCHE177.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of MERVYN and BETERYCHE are:

                   i.    MATTHEW5 BETERYCHE177, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    JOHN BETERYCHE177, d. Unknown.

 

 

19.  SISSELY4 MERVYN (ROBERT3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)177 died Unknown.  She married JOHN BLOSSE, THE YOUNGER177.  He died Unknown.

 

More About JOHN BLOSSE, THE YOUNGER:

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England177

       

Children of SISSELY MERVYN and JOHN BLOSSE are:

                   i.    JOHN5 BLOSSE177, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    ROBERT BLOSSE177, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    THOMAS BLOSSE177, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    ANNE BLOSSE177, d. Unknown.

                  v.    BRIDGET BLOSSE177, d. Unknown.

                 vi.    BLOSSE177, b. 1560177; d. Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

20.  ELIZABETH5 MERVYN (JOHN4, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)177 was born 1532177, and died Unknown.  She married JOHN HAYLE177.  He died Unknown.

 

More About JOHN HAYLE:

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England177

       

Children of ELIZABETH MERVYN and JOHN HAYLE are:

                   i.    JOHN6 HAYLE177, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    WEALTHE HAYLE177, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    WILLIAM HAYLE177, d. Unknown.

 

 

21.  JOHN5 MERVYN (JOHN4, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)177 was born 1534177, and died Bet. 30 Jan 1569/70 - Dec 1571177.  He married <UNNAMED>177.  She died Bef. 30 Jan 1569/70177.

 

More About JOHN MERVYN:

Occupation: Yeoman and farmer177

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England177

Will: 30 Jan 1570/71178

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and <UNNAMED> are:

                   i.    ROBERT6 MERVYN179, d. Unknown.

26.             ii.    JOHN MERVYN, b. Abt. 1558; d. Aft. 12 Jul 1594.

 

 

22.  ROGER5 MERVYN (JOHN4, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)179 was born Abt. 1537179, and died Unknown.

       

Children of ROGER MERVYN are:

                   i.    JOHN6 MERVYN179, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    MARGARET MERVYN179, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    REINOLD MERVYN179, d. Unknown.

 

 

23.  MARGARET5 MERVYN (JOHN4, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)179 was born Bef. 30 Jan 1570/71179, and died Unknown.  She married CLARCKE179.  He died Unknown.

 

More About CLARCKE:

Residence: Holbrook, County Suffolk, England179

       

Child of MARGARET MERVYN and CLARCKE is:

                   i.    JOHN6 CLARCKE179, d. Unknown.

 

 

24.  EDWARD5 MARVIN (RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)179,180,181,182 was born Abt. 1546 in Ramsey, County Essex, England183,184,185,186,187, and died 15 Nov 1615 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England188,189,190,191.  He married MARGARET GYLLYAT192,193,194,195 Bet. 1580 - 1582 in Ramsey, County Essex, England196,197.  She was born 1550 in Ramsey, County Essex, England198,199,200, and died 28 May 1633 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England201,202,203.

 

Notes for EDWARD MARVIN:

from "The English Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin"

by William T. R. Marvin - published 1900

WILL OF EDWARD MARVIN OF MUCHE BENTLEY

In the name of God amen the xiijth Daye of November 1615 I Edward marvin of Muche Bentley in the County of Essex and dewysces of London beinge sicke in bodey but yet of good and perfette Remembranc thanckes be to Almighty god do ordaine and make this my presente testament and Laste wille in manor and forme following
furste and above all I Comette my Sowle into the hands of Allmightey god by the merettes of Jesseus Criste and my bodey to be bered in the Church yard of the parishe of muche Bentley
Imprimes I geve and bequethe unto the pore people of the parishe of muche Bentley the sume of xxs to be payed unto theme by my executor the daye of my bereaile and to be destrebbett equalley unto theme as by the desstrection of my executor and Superovicer it shall be thowght fette
Item I geve and bequethe unto Edward my sonne all my howses and Landes free and Copey Lying in Wrabnes and Wickes to heme and to his heires for ever all so I geve unto the fornamed Edward my sonne five Powndes of good and Lawffull money of England to be paye unto heme by my Executor wthin on quartor of a yere next after my decesse
Item I geve and bequethe unto Thomas my sonne five powndes of good and lawffull money of England to be payed unto heme by my Executors wthin on quartor of a yere after my Decesse all so I do acknowleg that the saied Thomas my sonne have performed all condections acording to a cartain surrender wch I have made unto hem of one tenemente and cartain Landes lying in Ramssey
Item I geve and bequethe unto Richard my sonne five powndes of good and Lawffull money of England to be payed unto heme wthin on quartor of a yere nexte after my dessece by my Executor All so I do acknowleg that the said Richard my sonne have performed all Condictions acording to a cartain Surrender wch I made unto heme of on tenemente Called moye howsse and cartain Lande parsell of moysses
Item I geve and bequethe unto Robart my sonne all my free Landes Leienge in ffratting as it is nowe in the Teneor and ocipaction of Richard Barnes or his Assignes To heme and to his heires for ever
Item I geve and bequethe unt Renowld Marvin my sonne all my Landes medowes woodes and pasters Called Moyses nowe in the tenower and ocipaction of me to heme and to his heiers for ever upon Condection that the fornamed Renowld my sonne his heiers executors Admenestrattors or Assignes shall paye or Causse to be payed unto margrette my wiffe or here assignes yerly and everey yere dureing here nattrall Liffe the Sume of Sexe Powndes of good and Lawffull money of England at two ussail tarmes of the yere that is to saie at the feste Daye of the blessed virgen St marey and St Michell the arkangell beinge Lawffully demanded by even and equall portchons
Item I geve and bequethe unto Mathewe my sonne my howsse that I nowe dweile in wth all the Landes thare unto belonging Called Edons alles Dreybrockes and ij Croftes of Land called Harttes and Brocken Heddes to heme and to his heires for ever up on Condiction that the fornamed mathewe my sonne his heires executors Admenestrators or assigns shall paye or Cause to be payed unto Margrett my wiffe or to heier assignes yerely and everey yere deuringe heire nattrall Liffe the fulle sume of Sexe Powndes of good and Lawffull money of England at two ussall tarmes of the yere that is to saie at the feste Daye of the Blessed virgen St Marey and St Micheil the arkangeil beinge Lawffully demanded by even and equail Portchons at the mentchon howse called Edons alles Dreybrocks Provided thate if mathewe my sonne or his heiers executors Admenestrators ar assigns shalle and doe note paye or Causse to be payed unto the fornamed margrett my wiffe or to heier assigns in manor and fforme above declared that then I weil that this presente gefte of all my fornamed Howsses and Lands called Edons alles Draybrocks and ij Croftes of Land called Harttes and Brockenheddes to be utterley voyde and of none effect to heme and to his heiers But then I welle and bequethe all my fornamed Howsses and Landes unto Renowlde my sonne and to his heiers and he and his heiers or assignes to perfforme this my gefte of Sexe powndes yerley unto margrett my wiffe out of Edons alles Dreybrockes Harttes and Brockenheddes acording to the trewe mening of this my will and furder I do apoynt by this my will that upon Recaving of aney money every halfe yere Margrett my wiffe shall make eaithere of my sonnes an Aquettanc for such sumes as she or heir assignes shall Recave
I geve and bequethe unto Margrett my wiffe thre Cowes or nette or tenn ewes and x wthers of the beste of my fflocke and more over I geve and bequethe unto the fornamed margrett my wiffe all my Howssold stofe being wth the howsses
Item I geve and bequethe unto John Bishop the sonne of Zackerey Bishop vjs viijd to be payed unto heme by my executor
Item I make this my Laste welle for executor John Hayes my sonne in Lawe
Item I make and ordain to this my will Thomas Marvin my sonne to be my Superovicer
All the Reste of my goodes and Chattells unbequethed I holley geve and bequethe unto my wiffe and my fower Children Robart Renowld Mathewe and Elizabthe to be equaley Divided betwene them
I wettnes whare of I have to this my presente testament and Laste well Sette to my Hand and seile geven the Daye and yere furst above wrettin and in the presentes of us whosse names are here under written
Tho: Beryrte Edward Marvin
Stephen Cole sener his marke

Proved at Colchester 17 January, A. D. 1615

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

!Source: One Bassett Family in America by Buell Burdett Bassett, 1926 p 527;
The American Gen. by Jacobus (Conn N 2 b. vol 18) p 10,11,12; New England
Historical and Gen. Reg.

BAPL: 30 Apr 1930204

Burial: 15 Nov 1615, St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, County Essex, England205,206

ENDL: 20 Nov 1930206

Probate: 17 Jan 1615/16, Colchester, County Essex, England207

Property: Wrabness, Wix, Ramsey, Frating and Great Bentley, County Essex, England207

Record Change: 07 Aug 2001208

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England209

SLGC: 11 May 1943210

Will: 13 Nov 1615211

 

More About MARGARET GYLLYAT:

BAPL: 18 Aug 1908212

Burial: 28 May 1633, Great Bentley, County Essex, England213,214

ENDL: 01 Oct 1908214

Record Change: 06 Aug 2001215

       

Children of EDWARD MARVIN and MARGARET GYLLYAT are:

27.              i.    EDWARD6 MARVIN, b. Abt. 1581, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. Jan 1622/23.

                  ii.    THOMAS MARVIN216,217, b. Abt. 1583, Great Bentley, County Essex, England218,219; d. 28 Nov 1651, Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts220,221.

More About THOMAS MARVIN:

BAPL: 22 Apr 1930221

ENDL: 20 Nov 1930221

Property: Tenement and lands in Ramsey, County Essex, England222

Residence: Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts223

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943224

28.            iii.    RICHARD MARVIN, b. Abt. 1585, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. WFT Est. 1616-1676.

29.            iv.    ROBERT MARVIN, b. Abt. 1587, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. WFT Est. 1621-1678.

                  v.    MARGARET MARVIN225,226, b. Abt. 1589, Great Bentley, County Essex, England227,228; d. Bef. 28 Jan 1595/96228.

More About MARGARET MARVIN:

BAPL: Child228

Burial: 28 Jan 1595/96, Great Bentley, County Essex, England229,230

ENDL: Child230

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943230

30.            vi.    MARY MARVIN, b. Abt. 1591, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. WFT Est. 1623-1685.

                vii.    REINOLD MARVIN230,231, b. Bef. 07 Jun 1593231; d. Bef. 08 Jun 1593231.

More About REINOLD MARVIN:

BAPL: Child232

Baptism: 07 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England233

Burial: 08 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England233,234

Christening: 07 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England234

ENDL: Child234

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943234

               viii.    JOHN MARVIN235,236, b. Abt. 07 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England237; d. Bef. 08 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England237.

More About JOHN MARVIN:

BAPL: Child238

Baptism: 07 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England239

Burial: 08 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England239,240

Christening: 07 Jun 1593, Great Bentley, County Essex, England240

ENDL: Child240

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943240

31.             ix.    LIEUTENANT REINOLD MARVIN, b. Abt. 25 Oct 1594; d. Bet. Jun - Aug 1662, Lyme, New London County, Connecticut.

                   x.    ELIZABETH MARVIN241,242, b. Abt. 1597, Great Bentley, County Essex, England243,244; d. WFT Est. 1624-1691244; m. ROBERT EDWARDS245,246, 22 May 1618, Great Bentley, County Essex, England247,248; b. WFT Est. 1572-1599248; d. WFT Est. 1623-1686248.

More About ELIZABETH MARVIN:

BAPL: 18 Aug 1908248

ENDL: 02 Oct 1908248

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943248

32.             xi.    MATHEW MARVIN, b. Abt. 26 Mar 1600, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. 26 Dec 1679, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

 

 

25.  JOHN5 MARVIN (RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)249,250 was born Abt. 1552 in Ramsey, County Essex, England251,252, and died Mar 1584/85 in Little Oakley, County Essex, England253.  He married (1) ANNE253.  She was born Abt. 1558 in Ramsey, County Essex, England254, and died Unknown.  He married (2) MARGARET GILLYAT255,256 Abt. Mar 1584/85257.  She was born Abt. 1556 in Ramsey, County Essex, England258, and died Aft. Mar 1584/85259.

 

More About JOHN MARVIN:

BAPL: 10 Mar 1933260

Burial: 08 Mar 1584/85, St. Mary's Church, Little Oakley, County Essex, England261

ENDL: 24 Mar 1933262

Property: Genettes tenement in Ramsey, County Essex, England263

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England263

SLGC: 11 May 1942264

Will: 05 Mar 1584/85265

 

More About ANNE:

Burial: 11 Sep 1584, Little Oakley, County Essex, England265

       

Child of JOHN MARVIN and MARGARET GILLYAT is:

                   i.    ANNE6 MARVIN265, b. Aft. 1563265; d. Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

26.  JOHN6 MERVYN (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)265 was born Abt. 1558265, and died Aft. 12 Jul 1594265.  He married (1) GYLBERD265 Bef. 1582266, daughter of HIEROM GYLBERD.  She died Unknown.  He married (2) MARGARET SWALLOW266 30 Aug 1585 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England266.  She died Bef. 12 Jul 1594266.

 

More About JOHN MERVYN:

Occupation: Yeoman267

Residence: Ramsey, County Essex, England267

Will: 12 Jul 1594268

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and GYLBERD are:

                   i.    JOHN7 MERVYN, THE ELDER269, b. Abt. 1582269; d. Unknown.

                  ii.    EDWARD MERVYN269, b. Abt. 1584269; d. Unknown.

 

       

Children of JOHN MERVYN and MARGARET SWALLOW are:

                 iii.    JOHN7 MERVYN, THE YOUNGER270, b. Abt. 1586270; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    EDMUND MERVYN270, b. Abt. 1588270; d. Unknown.

 

 

27.  EDWARD6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)271,272 was born Abt. 1581 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England273,274, and died Jan 1622/23274.  He married BETTRIS SADLER275,276 12 Aug 1604 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England277,278.  She was born WFT Est. 1566-1590278, and died WFT Est. 1609-1678278.

 

More About EDWARD MARVIN:

BAPL: 11 Aug 1908278

Burial: Unknown, Churchyard of St. Mary Magdalene, Thorington, County Essex, England279

ENDL: 24 Sep 1919280

Probate: 01 Mar 1622/23281

Property: Wrabness and Wix, County Essex, England281

Residence: Thorington, County Essex, England281

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943282

Will: 30 Dec 1622283

       

Children of EDWARD MARVIN and BETTRIS SADLER are:

                   i.    SUSAN7 MARVIN283, b. Bef. 14 Jul 1605283; d. Unknown.

More About SUSAN MARVIN:

Baptism: 14 Jul 1605, Great Bentley, County Essex, England283

                  ii.    EDWARD MARVIN283, b. Abt. 1607, Thorington, County Essex, England283; d. Unknown.

 

 

28.  RICHARD6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)283,284 was born Abt. 1585 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England285,286, and died WFT Est. 1616-1676286.  He married SUSAN LOUCK287,288 Bet. 01 - 07 Nov 1610 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England289,290.  She was born WFT Est. 1572-1594290, and died WFT Est. 1615-1683290.

 

More About RICHARD MARVIN:

BAPL: 11 Aug 1908290

ENDL: 24 Sep 1919290

Property: Moye House tenement and lands in Great Bentley, County Essex, England291

Religion: 1616, Overseer of the Parish of Great Bentley, County Essex, England291

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943292

       

Children of RICHARD MARVIN and SUSAN LOUCK are:

                   i.    RICHARD7 MARVIN293, b. Bef. 01 Nov 1613293; d. Unknown.

More About RICHARD MARVIN:

Baptism: 01 Nov 1613, Great Bentley, County Essex, England293

                  ii.    JOHN MARVIN293, b. Bef. 22 Aug 1616293; d. 27 Oct 1618, Great Bentley, County Essex, England293.

More About JOHN MARVIN:

Baptism: 22 Aug 1616, Great Bentley, County Essex, England293

                 iii.    CHILD 1 MARVIN293, b. Bef. 1622293; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    CHILD 2 MARVIN293, b. Bef. 1622293; d. Unknown.

 

 

29.  ROBERT6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)293,294 was born Abt. 1587 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England295,296, and died WFT Est. 1621-1678296.  He married SUSAN GORE297,298 07 Nov 1616299,300.  She was born WFT Est. 1578-1599300, and died WFT Est. 1621-1688300.

 

More About ROBERT MARVIN:

BAPL: 11 Aug 1908300

ENDL: 24 Sep 1919300

Property: Lands in the Parish of Frating, County Essex, England301

Residence: Great Bentley, County Essex, England301

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943302

       

Child of ROBERT MARVIN and SUSAN GORE is:

                   i.    ROBERT7 MARVIN303, b. Bef. 14 Jan 1618/19303; d. Unknown.

More About ROBERT MARVIN:

Baptism: 14 Jan 1618/19, Great Bentley, County Essex, England303

Residence: May 1649, Southampton, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York304

 

 

30.  MARY6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)305 was born Abt. 1591 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England305,306, and died WFT Est. 1623-1685306.  She married (1) JOHN HAYSE307,308 19 Apr 1610 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England309,310.  He was born WFT Est. 1565-1591310, and died WFT Est. 1615-1679310.  She married (2) RICHARD WOOD311,312 08 Dec 1618 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England313,314.  He was born WFT Est. 1570-1598314, and died WFT Est. 1623-1683314.

 

More About MARY MARVIN:

BAPL: 18 Aug 1908314

ENDL: 01 Oct 1908314

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943314

 

More About JOHN HAYSE:

Burial: 05 Oct 1616, Great Bentley, County Essex, England315

Religion: 1616, Overseer of the Parish fo Great Bentley, County Essex, England315

Residence: Great Bentley, County Essex, England315

       

Child of MARY MARVIN and JOHN HAYSE is:

                   i.    MARY7 HAYSE315, b. Bef. 22 Mar 1610/11315; d. Unknown.

More About MARY HAYSE:

Baptism: 22 Mar 1610/11315

 

 

31.  LIEUTENANT REINOLD6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)315,316,317 was born Abt. 25 Oct 1594318, and died Bet. Jun - Aug 1662 in Lyme, New London County, Connecticut318,319.  He married (1) REBECCA WALTERTON320 WFT Est. 1596-1640320.  She was born WFT Est. 1575-1609320, and died WFT Est. 1596-1691320.  He married (2) MARY CLARKE321 Bet. 1617 - 1618321,322, daughter of GEORGE CLARCKE.  She was born Abt. 1596 in England322, and died Bet. Jun - Aug 1661 in Lyme, New London County, Connecticut323,324.

 

Notes for LIEUTENANT REINOLD MARVIN:

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63456.13]

Individual: Reinold Marvin
Place: Connecticut
Year: 1638

Primary Individual: Marvin, Reinold

Source Code: 1262

Source Name:
COLKET, MEREDITH B., JR. Founders of Early American Families: Emigrants from Europe, 1607-1657. Cleveland: General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1975. 366p.

Source Annotation:
Date and place of settlement or date and place of arrival. Names not restricted to the Order of Founders and Patriots of America.

Source Page #: 189

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63456.14]

Individual: Reinold Marvin
Place: Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
Year: 1638
Primary Individual: Marvin, Reinold

Source Code: 9448

Source Name:
VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor.  Immigrant Ancestors:  A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750.  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing County, 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986.

Source Annotation:
In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, complete in itself, entitled "Immigrant Ancestors," containing much genealogical information: vol. 1, pp. 965-997; vol. 2, pp. 387-421; vol. 3, pp. 645-692; vol. 4, pp. 727-777; vol. 5, pp. 741-793; vol. 6, pp. 749-819; vol. 7, pp. 825-895. The section in vol. 7 appears to be the most complete and it has been reprinted. Thus that 1964 reprint list is the only one appearing in no. 2048, Filby, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. The Virkus work supplies facts on birth, ancestry, time and place of arrival on this continent, marriage, and death of each immigrant that it includes. A more complete list of immigrants to America before 1750 whose surnames begin with the letter A or the letter B through "Battles" is contained in the material listed in item no

Source Page #: 47

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63456.15]

Individual: Reynold Marvin
Place: Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
Year: 1638

Primary Individual: Marvin, Reynold

Source Code: 9448

Source Name:
VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor.  Immigrant Ancestors:  A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750.  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing County, 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986.

Source Annotation:
In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, complete in itself, entitled "Immigrant Ancestors," containing much genealogical information: vol. 1, pp. 965-997; vol. 2, pp. 387-421; vol. 3, pp. 645-692; vol. 4, pp. 727-777; vol. 5, pp. 741-793; vol. 6, pp. 749-819; vol. 7, pp. 825-895. The section in vol. 7 appears to be the most complete and it has been reprinted. Thus that 1964 reprint list is the only one appearing in no. 2048, Filby, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. The Virkus work supplies facts on birth, ancestry, time and place of arrival on this continent, marriage, and death of each immigrant that it includes. A more complete list of immigrants to America before 1750 whose surnames begin with the letter A or the letter B through "Battles" is contained in the material listed in item no

Source Page #: 47

BAPL: 22 Apr 1930325

Christening: 25 Oct 1594, Great Bentley, County Essex, England326,327

ENDL: 30 Jan 1931327

Property: Molysses lands, Great Oakley, County Essex, England328

Religion: 1625, Overseer of the Parish fo Great Bentley, County Essex, England328

Residence: Great Bentley, County Essex, England328

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943329

 

More About MARY CLARKE:

BAPL: 12 May 1931330

Cause of Death: Attributed to witchcraft on the part of Nicholas Jennings and his wife Margaret331

ENDL: 25 Jun 1931332

       

Children of REINOLD MARVIN and MARY CLARKE are:

                   i.    WILLIAM7 MARVIN332, b. Bef. 04 Nov 1618332; d. WFT Est. 1619-1718332.

More About WILLIAM MARVIN:

BAPL: 09 Feb 1924332

Christening: 04 Nov 1618, Ramsey, County Essex, England332

ENDL: 06 Feb 1929332

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953332

                  ii.    ELIZABETH MARVIN332, b. Bef. 19 Apr 1621332; d. WFT Est. 1619-1721332; m. WILLIAM WALLER332, 1648332; b. WFT Est. 1596-1628332; d. WFT Est. 1653-1715332.

More About ELIZABETH MARVIN:

BAPL: 03 Apr 1923332

Christening: Bet. 19 Apr 1621 - 29 Apr 1627, Ramsey, County Essex, England332

ENDL: 23 May 1923332

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953332

33.            iii.    MARY MARVIN, b. Bef. 27 Oct 1622; d. 05 Mar 1712/13, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut.

34.            iv.    JOHN MARVIN, b. 1624; d. WFT Est. 1625-1714.

                  v.    SARA MARIE MARVIN332, b. Bef. 22 Jul 1629332; d. WFT Est. 1619-1721332.

More About SARA MARIE MARVIN:

BAPL: 03 Apr 1923332

Christening: 22 Jul 1629, Ramsey, County Essex, England332

ENDL: 23 May 1923332

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953332

                 vi.    REINOLD MARVIN332, b. Bef. 20 Dec 1631332; d. 04 Aug 1676332; m. SARAH CLARK332,333, 27 Nov 1663334; b. 24 Jun 1627, Uffington, County Shropshire, England335; d. 21 Sep 1677, Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut335.

More About REINOLD MARVIN:

BAPL: 18 Nov 1902336

Christening: 20 Dec 1631, Ramsey, County Essex, England336

ENDL: 27 Feb 1903336

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953336

More About SARAH CLARK:

Ancestral File Number: 1KLL-B8

Burial: 1721, Burying Ground, New London, New London County, Connecticut337

Christening: Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts337

                vii.    ABIGAIL MARVIN338, b. Bef. 04 May 1634338; d. WFT Est. 1635-1721338.

More About ABIGAIL MARVIN:

BAPL: 03 Apr 1923338

Christening: 04 May 1634, Ramsey, County Essex, England338

ENDL: 01 Jun 1923338

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953338

 

 

32.  MATHEW6 MARVIN (EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)339,340 was born Abt. 26 Mar 1600 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England341,342,343, and died 26 Dec 1679 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut344,345,346,347.  He married (1) ELIZABETH GREGORY348,349,350,351,352,353 Jan 1621/22 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England354,355,356,357, daughter of HENRY GREGORY and GOODY.  She was born 1604 in England358,359,360,361,362,363, and died 1642 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut364,365,366,367,368.  He married (2) ALICE KELLOGG369,370,371,372 1647373,374, daughter of JOHN KELLOGG and ALICE PRATT.  She was born 1609 in Great Leighs, County Essex, England375,376,377, and died 09 Jan 1680/81378,379.

 

Notes for MATHEW MARVIN:

["The American Genealogist," Whole Number 69, Volume XVIII, No. 1, July 1941, "Notes on the Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin," by John Insley Coddington, A.M., of Olivet, Michigan, pg 12.]

"He [Matthew Marvin] and his family sailed for New England on the Increase from London in April 1635, and they apparently landed early in June."

[Descendants of Reinhold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England, by George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904).]

"WILL OF MATTHEW MARVIN

  "To all Christian people to home these presents shall come greeting--I, Mathew Marvin Senr., of Norwalk, in the County of Ffairfield, in the Colleny of Connecticot being aged fourscore years or ther aboute though weake and feeble in body, yet through the mercy of God of perfect mind and Memory, disallowing, disowning, cancelling and making void all former wills and wrightings of this kind hitherto made by me, doe make ordayne and appoint this present wrighting to be my last Will and Testament.  First I doe bequeath and resigne up my soul unto God who gave it and doe commit my body to the duste from whence it came, to be Interred by desent and comely buriall, hoping and Trusting in the Lord of a happy Resurrection at the Last day: and as for the Temporal effect wherewith the Lord hath blessed me I doe will and dispose thereof as followeth--
  "IMPMS.  I doe will and bequeath unto my dear beloved wife Alice Marvin the sum of Twenty pounds as her owne true and proper estate, for her to will order and dispose as shee pleaseth and alsoe I doe give will and bequeath unto my sd dearly beloved wife the use of all other my estate whatsoever during her natural Life.  Item. I doe give and bequeath unto my son Mathew Marvin of Norwock aforesaid all my right of the Devission of Lands on the east side of Sagatuck River to have, hold, possess and enjoy to him and his heirs to forever:  Item. I doe will and bequeath unto my grand childe Mathew Marvin, sonn to my sonn Mathew Marvin aforesaid my now dwelling house with half my orchyard and home Lot the same to Lye Legthwise as it now Lyeth, next to his fathers dwelling lot partly to the Town Land to have , hold, possess and enjoy to him and his heirs forever after my decease and the decease of my boloved wife aforesaid provided always my will is that my said Grand childe and his heirs Successively doe at all times allowe and aknowledg free egress and regress unto my sonn Samuel Smith and his heirs to and from the barn (which is in the Lot aforesaid) with Carts or any other way without any hinderance Let or Molestation.
  "But yf my said Grand child or his heirs at any time shall refuse or deny the aforesaid liberty unto Samll Smith shall have the whole barn yard to him and his heirs forever.
  "Moreover I doe give Will and bequeath unto my said Grand child Mathew Marvin one peece of Meadowe Lying and being between his fathers Meadowe and the Meadowe of Samll Campfield at a place or near a place comonly called fruitful Spring; and further I doe give, will and bequeath unto my said Grand child Mathew Marvin my Stony Hill Lot of upland as it now Lyeth and is bounded, all which the premises to the said Mathew Marvin my Grand son my will is it shall be to him and his heirs forever.
  "Item. I doe give will and bequeath unto my sonn John Bowton and to my daughter Abigail his wife one parcel of Meadowe of mine which is adjoyning to the meadowe of the said John Bowton Lying at Sagatuck brooke.
  "Item. I doe give and bequeath unto my Grand childe Richard Bushnell the sum of Ten pounds.
  "Item. I doe give and bequeath unto Francis Bushnell of Norwalk aforesaid four Acres of Land which is granted me for a house Lot near Standford path together with Ten pounds Comonage to him and his heirs forever.
  "Item. I doe give and bequeath unto the Reverent Mr. Thomas Handford Pastor of the Church of Norwock the sum of five pounds. Moreover my will is that after my due debts and Legasies together with funeral rights be discharged, what estate, Lands, Chattles, goods whatsoever shall remaine after mine and my wives deceass (to whom as aforesaid I give and bequeath the use of my whole estate during her Natural Life) I said it is my will that all such estate (which is not disposed off by will or deed of gift under my hand and seal:) shall be equally devided amongst my four daughters (viz) Mary Adgate of Norwich, Hanna Semer (abating her Twelve pound for a pair of oxen already payd) Abigail Bowton of Norwocke and Rebecca Clarke of farmington  this destribution my will is shall be made by the discreation of my Executors and Overseers: By whom my Will and desire is all Controversies amongst my Children (yf any shall arise) about this my Will shall be decided. And farther it is my Will and desire that my Children rest satisfyed in [their] decission. Furthermore my Will and desire is and I doe hereby make, appoint and ordayne after mine and my wives deceass my sonn John Bowton and John Platt the executors of this my Last Will and Testament. I also doe request and desire the Reverend Mr. Thos. Handford and Lieut. Richard Olmsteed to be overseers of this my said Last Will and Testament; And my will and desire is that the said executors and overseers of this my Last Will and Testament be payd out of my estate to each man Three pounds (that is to say) the sum of Twelve pounds in all for their care and pains they shall be at in ye behalf of the servises.
  "And that this is my true intent and meaning in this my last Will and Testament: for the True and full Confirmation of this my Last Will and Testament as my own Act and deed I have hereunto set my hand and seale this six and Twentyeth day of decembr Anno Domenij 1678.
  "Signed and sealed in the presence
         of us--
Thomas Handford.                                                                                               The Marke of
James Cornish.                                                                            MATHEW  (X)  MARVIN Senier  [SEAL]
Christo: Cumstocke

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63456.9]

Individual: Matthew Marvin
Place: Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
Year: 1635

Primary Individual: Marvin, Matthew

Family Members: Wife Elizabeth; 5 children

Source Code: 9448

Source Name:
VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor.  Immigrant Ancestors:  A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750.  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing County, 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986.

Source Annotation:
In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, complete in itself, entitled "Immigrant Ancestors," containing much genealogical information: vol. 1, pp. 965-997; vol. 2, pp. 387-421; vol. 3, pp. 645-692; vol. 4, pp. 727-777; vol. 5, pp. 741-793; vol. 6, pp. 749-819; vol. 7, pp. 825-895. The section in vol. 7 appears to be the most complete and it has been reprinted. Thus that 1964 reprint list is the only one appearing in no. 2048, Filby, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. The Virkus work supplies facts on birth, ancestry, time and place of arrival on this continent, marriage, and death of each immigrant that it includes. A more complete list of immigrants to America before 1750 whose surnames begin with the letter A or the letter B through "Battles" is contained in the material listed in item no

Source Page #: 47

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Individual: Matthew Marvin
Place: Boston
Year: 1635
Age: 45

Primary Individual: Marvin, Matthew

Source Code: 263

Source Name:
BANKS, CHARLES EDWARD. The Planters of the Commonwealth; a Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: To Which Are Added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which Brought Them; Their English Homes, and the Places of Their Settlement in Massachusetts, 1620-1640. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930. 231p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing County, Baltimore, 1961. Repr. 1984.

Source Annotation:
Part 1, pp. 1-43, is a study of emigration to New England in colonial times; part 2, pp. 45-207, lists passengers and the ships they arrived on (3,600 passengers on 213 ships). From the Custom House records of English ports. Much of the information is contained in nos. 7906 and 7907, Savage; nos. 1672 and 1674, Drake; and no. 3283, Hotten.

Source Page #: 149

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63456.7]

Individual: Matthew Marvin
Place: Boston
Year: 1635
Age: 45

Primary Individual: Marvin, Matthew

Source Code: 6111.11

Source Name:
"New England SHIP AND PASSENGER LISTS." In Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly (Boulder, Colorado). Vol. 5:3 (Aug. 1973), pp. 35-40 (1635).

Source Annotation:
Date and place of arrival.  Place of origin, ship name, intended destination, and other genealogical data are provided for some.

Source Page #: 36

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Individual: Matthew Marvin
Place: Connecticut
Year: 1635

Primary Individual: Marvin, Matthew

Family Members: Family

Source Code: 1262

Source Name:
COLKET, MEREDITH B., JR. Founders of Early American Families: Emigrants from Europe, 1607-1657. Cleveland: General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1975. 366p.

Source Annotation:
Date and place of settlement or date and place of arrival. Names not restricted to the Order of Founders and Patriots of America.

Source Page #: 189

[from the Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America by Henry Whittemore, published in 1967 (excerpted and reprinted from The Spirit of 76-Sep 1898, Jun 1906]

MARVIN, MATTHEW, Hartford, 1638, an original proprietor, came to America in the Increase, 1635, from London, aged 35, a husbandman, with wife Elizabeth, aged 31, and children Elizabeth, in the custom-house record called 31, probably an error for 13; Matthew, aged 8; Mary, aged 6; Sarah, aged 3; and Hannah, aged 6 months. He was one of the original grantees of Norwalk, and settled there in 1653; was a representative in 1654. At Hartford he had Abigail, born before 1641; Samuel, baptized 16th February, 1648; and Rachel, born 30th December, 1649; and died 1687. Elizabeth Married John Olmstead, survived him, and made her will 15th October, 1689. Mary married, 11th October, 1648, Richard Bushnell of Saybrook, and in 1680, deacon Thomas Adgate as her second husband; had children by each, and died 29th March, 1713, aged 84 years. Sarah married 4th October, 1648, William Goodrich of Wethersfield; Hannah married, 1st January, 1657, John Bouton; and Rachel married Samuel Smith.

BAPL: 22 Apr 1930380

Baptism: 26 Mar 1600, St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, County Essex, England381,382

Christening: 26 Mar 1600, Great Bentley, County Essex, England383

Emigration: 15 Apr 1635, America arrived on the "Increase"384,385

ENDL: 20 Nov 1930386

Inventory: 13 Jul 1680387

Occupation: Founder of Hartford388

Probate: 25 Jan 1680/81389

Property: Edons alias Dreybocks, Great Bentley, County Essex, England390

Record Change: 25 Oct 2001391

Religion: 1621, Sydeman of the Parish of Great Bentley, County Essex, England392

Residence: Aug 1633, Great Bentley, County Essex, England392

SLGC: 24 Mar 1943393

Will: 26 Dec 1678394

 

Notes for ALICE KELLOGG:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

Alice Kellogg was the widow of John Bounton.

Record Change: 14 Oct 2002395

       

Children of MATHEW MARVIN and ELIZABETH GREGORY are:

                   i.    ELIZABETH7 MARVIN396,397, b. Bef. 15 Sep 1622, Great Bentley, County Essex, England398,399; d. WFT Est. 1623-1716399; m. DR. JOHN OMSTEAD400; d. Unknown.

More About ELIZABETH MARVIN:

Baptism: 15 Sep 1622, Great Bentley, County Essex, England401

35.             ii.    MATTHEW MARVIN, JR., b. Bef. 08 Nov 1626, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. WFT Est. 1627-1716.

36.            iii.    MARY MARVIN, b. Bef. 16 Dec 1628, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. 29 Mar 1713, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.

37.            iv.    SARAH MARVIN, b. Bef. 27 Dec 1631, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. Bet. 1701 - 1702, Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

38.             v.    HANNAH MARVIN, b. Abt. Oct 1634, Great Bentley, County Essex, England; d. 1680, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

39.            vi.    ABIGAIL MARVIN, b. 16 Dec 1637, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. Dec 1680, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

40.           vii.    REBECCA MARVIN, b. Abt. 1639, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. 23 Jan 1711/12, P., Connecticut.

 

Children of MATHEW MARVIN and ALICE KELLOGG are:

               viii.    LYDIA7 MARVIN402,403, b. Bet. 1647 - 1648, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut404; d. WFT Est. 1627-1730405.

                  ix.    SAMUEL MARVIN406,407, b. 06 Feb 1647/48, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut408; d. Unknown.

More About SAMUEL MARVIN:

Baptism: 06 Feb 1647/48408

Record Change: 25 Oct 2001409

41.              x.    RACHEL MARVIN, b. Abt. 30 Dec 1649; d. 1689.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

33.  MARY7 MARVIN (REINOLD6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)410 was born Bef. 27 Oct 1622410, and died 05 Mar 1712/13 in Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut410.  She married SAMUEL EDWARD COLLINS410,411 1663412, son of EDWARD COLLINS and MARTHA BAYLIES.  He was born 1636 in England412,413, and died 10 Jan 1695/96414.

 

Notes for MARY MARVIN:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

Died young.

BAPL: 16 Sep 1902414

Christening: Bet. 27 Oct 1622 - 23 Oct 1636, Ramsey or Great Bentley, County Essex, England414

ENDL: 02 Nov 1951414

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953414

 

Notes for SAMUEL EDWARD COLLINS:

[Alden R. Partridge, v10t3192.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 3192), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 26, 2000.]

!Source:Marvin Family p 35,B2E6; The Ancestry of Brigham Young

Samuel Collins gives Mary Dixwell as his wife. Is she 1st or 2nd wife ?

BAPL: 28 Feb 1888414

ENDL: 26 Jun 1902414

SLGC: 21 Nov 1945414

       

Children of MARY MARVIN and SAMUEL COLLINS are:

                   i.    EDWARD8 COLLINS, b. 18 Jun 1664, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. WFT Est. 1665-1754.

                  ii.    MARTHA COLLINS, b. 03 Mar 1665/66, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. 05 Aug 1750.

                 iii.    SAMUEL COLLINS, b. 21 Oct 1668, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. WFT Est. 1700-1759.

                 iv.    SIBYLLA COLLINS, b. 24 Feb 1669/70, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. WFT Est. 1684-1764.

                  v.    MARY COLLINS, b. 16 Jun 1672, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. 12 Jul 1760.

                 vi.    ABIGAIL COLLINS, b. 02 Jun 1673, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut; d. WFT Est. 1717-1768.

 

 

34.  JOHN7 MARVIN (REINOLD6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)414,415 was born 1624416, and died WFT Est. 1625-1714416.

 

More About JOHN MARVIN:

BAPL: Child416

Burial: 16 Mar 1625/26416

Christening: Ramsey, County Essex, England416

ENDL: Child416

SLGC: 26 Mar 1953416

       

Child of JOHN MARVIN is:

42.              i.    BENJAMIN8 MARVIN, d. Unknown.

 

 

35.  MATTHEW7 MARVIN, JR. (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)417,418,419,420 was born Bef. 08 Nov 1626 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England421,422, and died WFT Est. 1627-1716422.  He married MARY422,423.  She died Unknown.

 

More About MATTHEW MARVIN, JR.:

Baptism: 08 Nov 1626, Great Bentley, County Essex, England424

Residence: 1654, Pioneer of Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut425

       

Children of MATTHEW MARVIN and MARY are:

43.              i.    MARY8 MARVIN, b. 1658, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 22 Jul 1711, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

44.             ii.    LIEUTENANT SAMUEL MARVIN, b. Abt. 1664, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Bet. 1754 - 1759, deduced from Individual Notes.

 

 

36.  MARY7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)426,427 was born Bef. 16 Dec 1628 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England427,428,428, and died 29 Mar 1713 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut428.  She married (1) RICHARD BUSHNELL429,430 11 Oct 1648 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut430, son of FRANCIS BUSHNELL and REBECCA.  He was born 1620 in England430, and died 1658 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut430.  She married (2) THOMAS ADGATE431,432 Abt. 1660 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut432.  He was born Abt. 1620 in England432, and died 21 Jul 1707 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut432.

 

More About MARY MARVIN:

Baptism: 16 Dec 1628, Great Bentley, County Essex, England433

 

More About RICHARD BUSHNELL:

Emigration: Abt. 1639, came with father434

Property: 1656, grant of land in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut434

 

Notes for THOMAS ADGATE:

[Susan B. Stavropoulos, v10t0507.FTW,  (World Family Tree submission Volume 10 Tree 0507), "CD-ROM," Date of Import: Dec 25, 2000.]

A permanent cit. of Norwich, peforned duties of Townsman, constable, shoolmaser, deacon and was app't sgt., lt., capt. and chosen dep. to Gen. Cout 38 times. Also clerk and speaker of House for many yrs.

Burial: Unknown, Old Burial Ground, Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut

Naturalization: 1657, freeman of Hartford434

Religion: one of 1st dea. of Dr. Fitche's Church434

Residence: 1651, was in Saybrook434

Will: 22 May 1704, will dated434

       

Children of MARY MARVIN and RICHARD BUSHNELL are:

                   i.    JOSEPH8 BUSHNELL, b. 1651; d. WFT Est. 1652-1741.

                  ii.    RICHARD BUSHNELL, b. 1652; d. WFT Est. 1653-1742.

                 iii.    MARY BUSHNELL, b. Jan 1654/55; d. 02 Sep 1745.

                 iv.    MARIE BUSHNELL, b. 1657; d. WFT Est. 1658-1751.

 

 

37.  SARAH7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)435,436,437 was born Bef. 27 Dec 1631 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England438,439,440, and died Bet. 1701 - 1702 in Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut441.  She married (1) ENSIGN WILLIAM GOODRICH442,443 04 Oct 1648 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut444, son of JOHN GODERICH and MARGERIE.  He was born WFT Est. 1588-1626445, and died 1676446.  She married (2) WILLIAM CURTIS447 Aft. 1676448.  He died Unknown.

 

More About SARAH MARVIN:

Christening: 27 Dec 1631, St. Mary's, Great Bentley, County Essex, England448

Emigration: 1634, With family from England448

 

More About ENSIGN WILLIAM GOODRICH:

Appointed: 07 Mar 1648/49, Constable for Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut448

Elected: May 1662, Grand Juror448

Inventory: 14 Nov 1676, Amounted to 915 Pounds448

Military service: 11 May 1665, Commissioned Ensign of the Wethersfield Train Band by the General Court448

Residence: One of the first settlers of Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut448

       

Children of SARAH MARVIN and WILLIAM GOODRICH are:

                   i.    SARAH8 GOODRICH, b. WFT Est. 1649-1679; d. 1700.

                  ii.    JOHN GOODRICH, b. 10 May 1653, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. 1737.

                 iii.    COL. DAVID GOODRICH, b. 04 May 1667, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. 23 Jan 1755, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

 

38.  HANNAH7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)451,452,453 was born Abt. Oct 1634 in Great Bentley, County Essex, England454,455, and died 1680 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut456.  She married THOMAS SEYMOUR457,458,459 05 Jan 1653/54459, son of RICHARD SEYMOUR and MERCY RUSCOE.  He was born 15 Jul 1632 in Sawbridgeworth, County Hertsford, England460, and died 22 Sep 1712 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut460,461.

 

Notes for HANNAH MARVIN:

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63455.8]

Individual: Hannah Marvin
Place: Boston
Year: 1635
Age: 6 mos

Primary Individual: Marvin, Hannah

Source Code: 263

Source Name:
BANKS, CHARLES EDWARD. The Planters of the Commonwealth; a Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: To Which Are Added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which Brought Them; Their English Homes, and the Places of Their Settlement in Massachusetts, 1620-1640. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930. 231p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing County, Baltimore, 1961. Repr. 1984.

Source Annotation:
Part 1, pp. 1-43, is a study of emigration to New England in colonial times; part 2, pp. 45-207, lists passengers and the ships they arrived on (3,600 passengers on 213 ships). From the Custom House records of English ports. Much of the information is contained in nos. 7906 and 7907, Savage; nos. 1672 and 1674, Drake; and no. 3283, Hotten.

Source Page #: 149

[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Nov 25, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.63455.9]

Individual: Hannah Marvin
Place: Boston
Year: 1635
Age: 6 mos

Primary Individual: Marvin, Hannah

Source Code: 6111.11

Source Name:
"New England SHIP AND PASSENGER LISTS." In Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly (Boulder, Colorado). Vol. 5:3 (Aug. 1973), pp. 35-40 (1635).

Source Annotation:
Date and place of arrival.  Place of origin, ship name, intended destination, and other genealogical data are provided for some.

Source Page #: 36

Residence: Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut462

 

More About THOMAS SEYMOUR:

BAPL: 23 Sep 1902463

Baptism: 15 Jul 1632464

Burial: Bef. 15 Oct 1712465

Christening: 15 Jul 1632, Sawbridgeworth, County Hertsford, England465

ENDL: 23 Jan 1903465

Probate: 07 Nov 1712466

Residence: Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut467

SLGC: 04 Apr 1945468

Will: 22 Sep 1712469

       

Children of HANNAH MARVIN and THOMAS SEYMOUR are:

                   i.    JOHN8 SEYMOUR, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    HANNAH SEYMOUR, b. 1654; d. Unknown.

 

 

39.  ABIGAIL7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)470,471,472 was born 16 Dec 1637 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut473,474,475, and died Dec 1680 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut475.  She married JOHN BOUTON, JR.476,477,478,479 01 Jan 1655/56 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut479, son of JOHN BOUTON and ALICE KELLOGG.  He was born Oct 1636480,481, and died 25 Dec 1709 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut482,483.

 

More About ABIGAIL MARVIN:

Record Change: 07 Nov 2001483

 

More About JOHN BOUTON, JR.:

Record Change: 07 Nov 2001483

       

Children of ABIGAIL MARVIN and JOHN BOUTON are:

                   i.    JACHIN8 BOUTON, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    JOSEPH BOUTON, b. 1665; d. 1747.

                 iii.    RACHEL BOUTON, b. 16 Dec 1667, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    ELIZABETH BOUTON, b. 1672; d. 05 Aug 1749.

 

 

40.  REBECCA7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)484,485 was born Abt. 1639 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut486,487,488, and died 23 Jan 1711/12 in P., Connecticut489.  She married JOHN CLARK489 Abt. 1657 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut489.  He was born 1629 in County Groton, England489, and died WFT Est. 1690-1714489.

       

Child of REBECCA MARVIN and JOHN CLARK is:

45.              i.    ABIGAIL8 CLARK, b. 15 Sep 1674, Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. WFT Est. 1716-1776.

 

 

41.  RACHEL7 MARVIN (MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)490,491 was born Abt. 30 Dec 1649492,493, and died 1689494,495,496.  She married SAMUEL SMITH497,498,499 Bet. 1670 - 1671500, son of WILLIAM SMITH and MAGDALEN WAITE.  He was born Abt. 1649 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts501, and died 18 Nov 1745 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut502,503.

 

More About RACHEL MARVIN:

Baptism: 30 Dec 1649, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut504

Record Change: 10 Oct 2002505

 

More About SAMUEL SMITH:

Record Change: 18 Nov 2001505

Residence: Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut506

       

Children of RACHEL MARVIN and SAMUEL SMITH are:

                   i.    RUTH8 SMITH, d. 01 Nov 1754, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

                  ii.    RACHEL SMITH, b. 1672, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 01 Dec 1737, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

                 iii.    LYDIA SMITH, b. Bet. 1673 - 1684; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    SAMUEL SMITH, b. Abt. 1684; d. 25 Jan 1764, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

                  v.    NEHEMIAH SMITH, b. Abt. 1689; d. Aft. 26 Jan 1757, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

42.  BENJAMIN8 MARVIN (JOHN7, REINOLD6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)527 died Unknown.  He married DEBORAH MATHER527, daughter of SAMUEL MATHER and DEBORAH WADE.  She died Unknown.

 

Notes for DEBORAH MATHER:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), page 170."

Deborah Mather was a descendant of Rev. Richard Mather, the father of Increase Mather, President of Harvard College, who was the father of Cotton Mather. (Marvin Gen., p. 34.)

       

Child of BENJAMIN MARVIN and DEBORAH MATHER is:

46.              i.    BENJAMIN9 MARVIN, d. Unknown.

 

 

43.  MARY8 MARVIN (MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)528,529,530 was born 1658 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut531, and died 22 Jul 1711 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut531.  She married (1) SAMUEL BENEDICT532,533,534,535 Abt. 1671 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut536,537, son of THOMAS BENEDICT and MARY BRIDGHAM.  He was born 1645 in Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York538, and died 17 Apr 1719 in Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut539,540.  She married (2) LIEUTENANT DANIEL BENEDICT541,542,543,544 Bef. 1711545, son of THOMAS BENEDICT and MARY BRIDGHAM.  He was born Abt. 1650 in Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York546,547, and died 1717 in Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut548,549,550.

 

Notes for MARY MARVIN:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), page 365."

The Marvin Genealogy does not mention Mary among the children of Matthew,2 but, as there was but one family of the name among the early settlers of Connecticut, and as I find in vol. V, p. 267, of Norwalk Deeds that property is recorded Feb. 15, 1722-3 to "Lieut. Daniel Benedict of Danbury on ye accompanyment of his brother, Matthew Marvin, deceased," I conclude that she was the daughter of Matthew2 Marvin. (See Hall, p. 181, and Marvin Genealogy.)

Compiler's note:

The following is incorrect as it pertains to the Marvin Genealogy.    Mary is mentioned as Matthew Marvin's daughter on page 301.  I present the following:
"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), pages 299-301."
3 MATTHEW,2 son of Matthew1 and Elizabeth Marvin, baptized 8 Nov., 1626, in St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, England; died in 1712, in Norwalk, Ct. He came with his father in the "Increase." He married, probably about 1650, Mary (???); she was living 28 March, 1707, at which time he made deeds of gift of all his estate to his sons Samuel and John, providing for her support; she probably died about 1709. He left no will, and the deeds mention only his daughter Hannah and a child of Elizabeth: they cover several pages in Norwalk Land Rec. (IV: 155 et seq.) He was in Norwalk certainly as early as 1651-2, and perhaps was one of the "thirty approved families" mentioned in the Agreement, 19 June, 1650, with Roger Ludlow, then of Fairfield, Ct., though not named in that document. .........
....... Children, born in Norwalk, but not recorded there, and order uncertain:
  10.     i. Matthew,3 b. abt. 1656. 
        ii. Mary, b. abt. 1658; m. Daniel, son of Dea. Thomas and Mary (Bridgman) Benedict, of Southold, L. I.
                 He was living in 1723, as a deed (Norwalk Rec., V: 267)
               dated 15 Feb., 1722/3,(+) speaks of "Lieut. Daniel Benedict
               of Danbury, on ye accompanyment of his brother Matthew
               Marvin deceased." He was a soldier in King Philip's war,
               and took part in the "Direful Swamp-fight," 19 Dec., 1675,
               for which he was granted 16 Feb., 1677, by vote of the
               town, three parcels of land. He sold his Norwalk lands 25
               March, 1690, and removed to Danbury, where he resided
               until his death. Matthew2 bought his house and home-lot,
               about five acres, and gave it to his son Samuel.3
               Children (Benedict), order uncertain:
                 1. Mary,4 b. (???).
                 2. Daniel, b. (???); m. Rebecca, dau. of Thomas and Rebecca
             (Ketchum) Taylor, of Danbury (Selleck, 378). His will, made 26
             March, 1762, was proved 5 Aug., 1776. Rebecca was aged 98 when
             she d. (Selleck, 229).
                 3. Mercy, b. (???).
                 4. Hannah, b. (???); prob. m. Nathan Taylor, bro. of Rebecca
             above, who by Selleck is said to have been 100 when he d. .....................

Record Change: 25 Aug 2002551

 

Notes for SAMUEL BENEDICT:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), pages 241-242."

1. SAMUEL2 (Thomas1), was born 164-. He continued to reside with his father until after his removal to Norwalk, Ct. There he married, first (unknown), by whom he had Joanna and Samuel. He married, second, July 7, 1678,(*) Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Andrews of Fairfield, Ct., by whom he had five children, the last two born in Danbury, Ct. In the fall of 1684 and the spring of 1685, he, with his brother James, his brother-in-law James Beebe, Judah Gregory (brother-in-law of James Benedict), and four others, purchased land of the Indians and made the first settlement at Paquiogue (Danbury).(+) Dr. Samuel Wood, who married Rebecca, dau. of Thomas1 Benedict, soon followed, and Daniel, youngest son of Thomas1 Benedict, also, settled there, soon after 1690. Thus it will be seen that the majority of the first settlers of Danbury were of the Benedict stock and connection. "They soon built a little church, only forty feet by thirty; when its frame was raised every person in the town was present and sat together on the sills." Samuel Benedict, a Deacon of the church, while a resident of Norwalk, was also first Deacon of this church. He conveyed his Norwalk property, Feb. 3, 1685. He is named as patentee in the patent of Danbury, granted by the General Assembly, May, 1702.(*) His will, made at Danbury, April 15, 1719, was recorded March 20, 1719. His inventory, made April 17, 1719, shows a total of 185 11s. 5d. The will mentions wife Rebecca, Samuel (eldest son), to whom is bequeathed "my great Bible;" Samuel Benedict, son of Thomas Benedict, "my second son, deceased" who received "my martir book;" two youngest sons, Nathaniel and Abraham; heirs of Thomas Benedict, "my second son, deceased," "as one child," [i. e., to take as one child,] and Benoni [to take] "half so much as one child." It, also, mentions daughters Rebecca and Esther.

(*) Samuel Benedict bought in 1678 a home lot upon Dry Hill, 4 acres. Hall, p. 28.

(+) "They [i. e., the first settlers] lived near together, at the south end of Town street; the two Benedicts on the east side." Robbins's Century Sermon, p. 9. "The house of Mr. Samuel Benedict, at the south-east corner of the street, and the house of Rev. Mr. Shove, were, in the early part of the century, placed in a posture of defense against the Indians. When they were apprehensive of danger, all the families used to repair to these two houses, especially nights." Robbins, p. 11.

Inventory: 17 Apr 1719, 185 pounds, 11 s., 5 d.552

Record Change: 13 Nov 2001553

Will: 15 Apr 1719, Danbury, Fairfield County, Connecticut554

 

Notes for LIEUTENANT DANIEL BENEDICT:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), pages 365-366."

1. Lieut. DANIEL2 (Thomas1) Benedict was born at Southold, L. I., 165-, and after his removal to Norwalk, Ct., married Mary, dau. of Matthew2 Marvin(*) of Norwalk, Ct. (Hall, p. 182). He was a soldier in the direful swamp fight, Dec. 19, 1675, a fight which has scarcely a parallel in the annals of ancient or modern warfare. At a town (Norwalk) meeting, Jan. 12, 1676: "The towne in consideration of the good service that the soldiers sent out of the towne ingaged and performed by them, and out of respect and thankfulness to the sayd soldiers, doe with one consent and freely give and grant to so many as were in the direful swamp fight twelve acors of land; and eight acors of land to so many as were in the next considerable service." Accordingly, there was granted by the plantation, as a gratuity unto Daniel Benedict, "being a souldier in the Indian warr twelfe acres of land and lyeth in three parcels." (Hall, p. 63.) He sold his property in Norwalk, March 25, 1690, and moved to Danbury, Ct. The date of his death is not known. He was certainly living Feb. 15, 1722-3. His signature is attached to a deed bearing date Aug. 17, 1717. Norwalk Records.

Record Change: 25 Aug 2002555

       

Children of MARY MARVIN and SAMUEL BENEDICT are:

                   i.    JOANNA9 BENEDICT, b. 22 Oct 1673; d. Unknown.

                  ii.    SAMUEL BENEDICT, b. 05 Mar 1674/75, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 18 Jan 1734/35.

 

Children of MARY MARVIN and DANIEL BENEDICT are:

                 iii.    MARY9 BENEDICT, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    DANIEL BENEDICT, d. Unknown.

                  v.    MERCY BENEDICT, d. Unknown.

                 vi.    HANNAH BENEDICT, d. Unknown.

 

 

44.  LIEUTENANT SAMUEL8 MARVIN (MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)568 was born Abt. 1664 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut569, and died Bet. 1754 - 1759 in deduced from Individual Notes569.  He married HANNAH PLATT569 Bet. 1701 - 1702569.  She was born 15 Dec 1674569, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for LIEUTENANT SAMUEL MARVIN:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), pages 320-321."

12 LIEUT. SAMUEL,3 son of Matthew2 and Mary Marvin, was born in Norwalk, Ct., probably about 1664, but we have been unable to find any record of his birth, marriage or death. His will, we have been informed, <!--[Image for Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin]-->
was dated in 1744, but persistent efforts, continued for several years, have failed to discover it. He was living in Feb., 1744/5, and his son was called "Samuel, Jr." in 1754, but "Samuel" in 1759. He married about 1701-2, Hannah, daughter of Dea. John and Hannah (Clark) Platt, of Norwalk, a niece of Sarah, wife of Lieut. Reynold2 Marvin, of Lyme, born 15 Dec., 1674.(*)
Samuel was one of the appraisers of his wife's father's estate. He was often in public office; he was chosen townsman 1702, '07, '10, '12, '14,(+) '17, '24 and '27; he was "Lyster" 1716 and '23; "Survaior" 1719, '21; representative, 1708 and '18; ensign of the train-band 1712 or earlier, and "established and confirmed Lieutenant of the South Company or train-band of Norwalk" by the Legislature 19 Oct., 1719.(??)  3 June, 1723, he was on the committee to seat the new meeting-house, of which his brother-in-law, Joseph Platt, was chairman; from Feb., 1732, until his death, he lived in Wilton parish. His house in Norwalk, one of the oldest there, was standing in 1902. By a deed, recorded at Norwalk 17 Dec., 1735, Isaac, his "loveing son," was given land called "Wolfpitt Hills,"(*) Matthew, "a portion," Josiah, "land equal to Matthew's." Samuel also received a gift of land the same day. Josiah was given more land 27 April, 1741, Isaac, 19 Dec., 1744, and Samuel, Jr., 18 Jan'y, 1744/5; two of these three deeds Lieut. Samuel signed with his mark, indicating he was then infirm. A very careful search fails to find a final division of his remaining property.
Children, born in Norwalk (no record found); arrangement based on births of their eldest children; there were probably others who d. y.:
  16.     i. Matthew,4 b. Oct., 1702 (1703, by one informant).
  17.    ii. Samuel, b. abt. 1704 or '05.
  18.   iii. Abigail, b. abt. 1706?
  19.    iv. Josiah, b. abt. 1710.
  20.     v. Isaac, b. 1713.
  21.    vi. Lewis, b. 1716 (or earlier?).
        vii. Joseph, b. abt. 1718.

(*) She is identified by her father's will (Fairfield Prob. rec., 1702-24: 72), in which she is called "my daughter Hannah Marvin." The Norwalk rec. has "borne the 15th of Desember, Anno 1674. I say the fifteenth of Desember, Anno 1674."
The reason for this somewhat emphatic entry does not appear; no record of her death has been found.
(+) On the record of the town meeting for 11 Dec., 1717, an amusing feat of the town clerk is shown by a large "Samuel" preceding a brace, which is followed by the names of Comstock, Betts, Kellogg, Marvin and Raymond,--the Christian name of each of the townsmen elected that year being Samuel.
(??) Col. Rec. Ct., VI: 158.

Individual Note: Feb 1744/45, Living569

Will: 1744569

       

Children of SAMUEL MARVIN and HANNAH PLATT are:

47.              i.    CAPTAIN MATTHEW9 MARVIN, b. Bet. Oct 1702 - 1703, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 06 Dec 1744, Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

                  ii.    SAMUEL MARVIN570, b. Abt. 1704570; d. Unknown.

                 iii.    ABIGAIL MARVIN570, b. Abt. 1706570; d. Unknown.

48.            iv.    JOSIAH MARVIN, b. Abt. 1710; d. Unknown.

                  v.    ISAAC MARVIN570, b. 1713570; d. Unknown.

                 vi.    LEWIS MARVIN570, b. 1716570; d. Unknown.

                vii.    JOSEPH MARVIN570, b. Abt. 1718570; d. Unknown.

 

 

45.  ABIGAIL8 CLARK (REBECCA7 MARVIN, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)573 was born 15 Sep 1674 in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut573, and died WFT Est. 1716-1776573.  She married JOSEPH PIXLEY573 23 Aug 1699 in Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts573,574, son of WILLIAM PIXLEY and SARAH LAWRENCE.  He was born 09 Mar 1675/76 in Hampshire, Northampton County, Massachusetts575, and died WFT Est. 1726-1768575.

       

Child of ABIGAIL CLARK and JOSEPH PIXLEY is:

                   i.    JOSEPH9 PIXLEY, b. 07 Mar 1702/03, Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; d. 1786.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

46.  BENJAMIN9 MARVIN (BENJAMIN8, JOHN7, REINOLD6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)576 died Unknown.  He married PHOEBE ROWLAND576.  She died Unknown.

 

Notes for BENJAMIN MARVIN:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), page 170."

Benjamin Marvin was a son of Benjamin (and Deborah Mather), son of John, son of Lieut. Reinold, son of Reinold, a brother of Matthew of Hartford, and, afterwards, of Norwalk, Ct. "Lyme's Captain, Deacon Reinold Marvin," was second son of Lieut. Reinold.

       

Child of BENJAMIN MARVIN and PHOEBE ROWLAND is:

49.              i.    PHOEBE10 MARVIN, b. 18 May 1779, Lyme, New London County, Connecticut; d. 27 Sep 1825, Albany, Albany County, New York.

 

 

47.  CAPTAIN MATTHEW9 MARVIN (SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)577 was born Bet. Oct 1702 - 1703 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut577, and died 06 Dec 1744 in Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut578.  He married ELIZABETH CLARK578 Abt. 1730 in Ripton (now Huntington), Fairfield County, Connecticut578.  She was born 04 May 1710 in Ripton (now Huntington), Fairfield County, Connecticut578, and died 29 Aug 1766 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut578.

 

Notes for CAPTAIN MATTHEW MARVIN:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), page 325 and 326."

16 CAPT. MATTHEW,4 son of Lieut. Samuel3 and Hannah (Platt) Marvin, born October, 1702 (3 ?), in Norwalk, Ct.; died 6 December, 1744, in Wilton parish, Norwalk; married about 1730, in Ripton (now Huntington), Ct., Elizabeth, daughter of Ens. George and Deborah (Gold) Clark, of Milford, Ct., born 4 May, 1710, in Ripton; died 29 Aug., 1766, in Norwalk, having married (2), 31 Jan'y, 1745/6, Lieut. Noah, son of Lieut. John and Wait (Clapp) Taylor, born 5 Oct., 1699, in Norwalk; died 15 Feb., 1768, leaving issue.
Matthew was chosen pound-keeper on the east side 2 Dec., 1724; his will, of which his brother Samuel and his "brother-in-law David DeForest" were the executors, was dated 3 Dec., 1744; inventory, 1911 .. 15s. .. 11d., "old Tenner money." He left to his eldest son, Matthew, his "silverheaded sword, over and above what I give to the rest of my sons," which was doubtless that which he used while captain of the Wilton train-band, in which command he had been confirmed by the Legislature, May, 1743.(**) He was interred in the Sharp's Hill burying-ground. After his death his children were, in 1747, made wards of their step-father, but 4 April, 1749, Matthew, then 15, chose his uncle Samuel4 as his guardian. (Fairfield Prob. rec.)
Children, born in Norwalk (Wilton parish):
          i. Hannah,5 b. 30 Sept., 1732; d. Dec., 1806; m. 8 Nov.,
               1750, Nathan Bates, of Middlesex, Ct. (Wilton Ch.
               rec.) On the Bible record of one of the family she is
               called Hannah Carter.
  28.    ii. Matthew, b. 21 Oct., 1734.
  29.   iii. Ozias, b. 29 Jan'y, 1737.(*)
  30.    iv. Barnabas, b. 25 Dec., 1739.
          v. Silas, b. 4 Feb., bap. 15 Feb., 1741/2; d. in Sheffield,
               Mass.; m., prob. as her second husband, Mrs. Sarah
               Trowbridge.
                 His will made 22 June, 1813, petition filed 5 April, and
               probated 10 May, 1831, mentions wife Sarah, bro. Uriah,
               and grandchildren of his wife, children of her son, Orson
               Trowbridge, dec'd, by his wife Lydia, seven in all. (Berkshire
               Prob. rec.) It is believed that Silas had no chil. of
               his own. He bought land in Sheffield "on the east side of
               Pine Island, on the east side of the Housatonac river," 3
               Jan'y, 1785. (Pittsfield, Mass., Land rec.) He was a soldier
               from Sheffield in the Revolution, having gone thither
               from Norwalk, where he was living in 1765-70, and served
               in Capt. King's company, Col. Hopkins' Berkshire reg't, 15-31
               July, 1776, and in Col. Ashley's reg't in Oct., 1781.
               (Mass. rec.)
  31.    vi. Uriah, b. 17 Feb., bap. 20 Feb., 1742/3.
  32.   vii. Ichabod, b. 15 Dec., 1744 (posthumous); bap. 27 Jan'y,
               1744/5.
(**) Col. Rec. Ct., VIII: 545.
(*) A family record has ii b. 2 Oct., and iii b. 12 Jan'y.

Burial: Unknown, Sharp's Hill burying-ground, Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut578

Inventory: 03 Dec 1744, 111 pounds, 26 shillings, and 11 d., "old Tenner money"578

Will: 03 Dec 1744, Executors were his brother Samuel and his "brother-in-law David DeForest"578

       

Children of MATTHEW MARVIN and ELIZABETH CLARK are:

                   i.    HANNAH10 MARVIN579, b. 30 Sep 1732, Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut579; d. Dec 1806579; m. NATHAN BATES579, 08 Nov 1750579; d. Unknown.

Notes for HANNAH MARVIN:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), page 326."

Hannah,5 b. 30 Sept., 1732; d. Dec., 1806; m. 8 Nov., 1750, Nathan Bates, of Middlesex, Ct. (Wilton Ch. rec.) On the Bible record of one of the family she is called Hannah Carter.

More About NATHAN BATES:

Residence: of Middlesex County, Connecticut579

                  ii.    MATTHEW MARVIN579, b. 21 Oct 1734579; d. Unknown.

                 iii.    OZIAS MARVIN579, b. 29 Jan 1736/37579; d. Unknown.

                 iv.    BARNABAS MARVIN579, b. 25 Dec 1739579; d. Unknown.

                  v.    SILAS MARVIN579, b. 04 Feb 1741/42, Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut579; d. Bef. 05 Apr 1831, Sheffield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts579; m. SARAH579; d. Unknown.

Notes for SILAS MARVIN:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), page 326."

Silas, b. 4 Feb., bap. 15 Feb., 1741/2; d. in Sheffield, Mass.; m., prob. as her second husband, Mrs. Sarah Trowbridge.
  His will made 22 June, 1813, petition filed 5 April, and probated 10 May, 1831, mentions wife Sarah, bro. Uriah, and grandchildren of his wife, children of her son, Orson Trowbridge, dec'd, by his wife Lydia, seven in all. (Berkshire Prob. rec.) It is believed that Silas had no chil. of his own. He bought land in Sheffield "on the east side of Pine Island, on the east side of the Housatonac river," 3 Jan'y, 1785. (Pittsfield, Mass., Land rec.) He was a soldier from Sheffield in the Revolution, having gone thither from Norwalk, where he was living in 1765-70, and served in Capt. King's company, Col. Hopkins' Berkshire reg't, 15-31 July, 1776, and in Col. Ashley's reg't in Oct., 1781.  (Mass. rec.)

Petition: 05 Apr 1831579

Probate: 10 May 1831579

Will: 22 Jun 1813579

50.            vi.    URIAH MARVIN, b. 17 Feb 1742/43, Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 1824, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

                vii.    ICHABOD MARVIN579, b. 15 Dec 1744579; d. Unknown.

More About ICHABOD MARVIN:

Baptism: 27 Jan 1744/45579

 

 

48.  JOSIAH9 MARVIN (SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)580,581 was born Abt. 1710581, and died Unknown.

       

Child of JOSIAH MARVIN is:

51.              i.    WILLIAM10 MARVIN, d. Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

49.  PHOEBE10 MARVIN (BENJAMIN9, BENJAMIN8, JOHN7, REINOLD6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)583 was born 18 May 1779 in Lyme, New London County, Connecticut583, and died 27 Sep 1825 in Albany, Albany County, New York583.  She married URIAH BENEDICT584 Feb 1802585, son of URIAH BENEDICT and MARY HOWES.  He was born 01 Oct 1765 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut586, and died 10 May 1813 in Albany, Albany County, New York587.

 

Notes for URIAH BENEDICT:

"Henry Marvin Benedict, The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America,  (Joel Munsell, 82 State Street, Albany, NY, 1870), pages 170-171."

188. URIAH6 (Uriah,5 Thomas,4 Thomas,3 John,2 Thomas1), b. Oct. 1, 1765, Norwalk, Ct.; m. 1783, Ruth, dau. Joseph and Sarah (Mead) Rockwell(*) of Ballston, b. Nov. 29, 1763, in Connecticut, and d. Feb. 18, 1801, at Milton. He m. 2d, Feb., 1802, Phoebe, dau. of Benjamin and Phoebe (Rowland) Marvin,(+) b. May 18, 1779, at Lyme, Ct., and d. Sept. 27, 1825, at Albany. The father of Uriah, and his fellow settlers of Connecticut birth, had left their quiet homes and plunged into the wilderness north of Albany. While they were necessarily exposed to all the privations and perils incident to a frontier life in Revolutionary times, the peculiar situation of their settlement was fraught with additional dangers. It was on a natural route to Canada, which inevitably would become a thoroughfare for hostile expeditions from that quarter. This section was, previous to the war, the abiding place of many malignant and enterprising tories, and the fears of loyal men, that these renegades would become the guides of marauding Indians, were more than realized. In 1779, in consequence of an official warning, all loyalists abandoned their homes and repaired to Schenectady. Uriah Benedict's family was among the refugees. An attack was made by Major Monroe and his savages. The inhabitants rallied and pursued the marauders, until met by a captive who had been released, and was charged with a message from Col. Gordon, one of their prisoners, asking that they might not be pursued, because Major Monroe had ordered his men, if attacked, to kill all the prisoners. It is said, that on its becoming known in Montreal that Monroe had given so brutal an order, he was cashiered. Uriah Jr., then in his fourteenth year, probably, was engaged in this pursuit, for his name appears on the pay-roll of that period. He saw service again, in the fall of 1781. He went on foot through the woods to Waterford, a distance of some fourteen miles, and enlisted among the three months men, for the defense of the frontier, then menaced by St. Leger's expedition. Soon after, his father heard that he was seen pursued by an Indian, and was probably killed. After a troublesome journey of seventy miles which Uriah Sr. had made to bring home the body of his son, he found him celebrating some great success of the American arms, probably the surrender of Cornwallis. It seems the son had gained a tree, and consequently an advantage which enabled him to kill his pursuer. After the close of the war he settled down to quiet and domestic pursuits. His great natural capabilities for business brought ample rewards for his diligence and enterprise; the Four Corners in Milton, where he established himself, becoming a nucleus, around which population and industry soon gathered and continued to increase. The hospitalities of his house were liberal to a degree not easily imagined now; and, his charity to the poor was even more generous than his entertainment of the stranger. He was a gentle and amiable man, with tastes befitting rural life. A tender husband and father, he was not less useful and exemplary as a citizen. Leaving Milton in 1805, he, in partnership with Uriah Marvin, conducted a business, in Albany, in West India goods and the produce of the country. Mr. B. continued in business until his death of a prevailing epidemic, May 10, 1813.

       

Child of PHOEBE MARVIN and URIAH BENEDICT is:

                   i.    HENRY ALEXANDER MARVIN11 BENEDICT, b. 07 Mar 1810, Milton, Westchester County, New York; d. 20 Nov 1851, Utica, Oneida County, New York.

 

 

50.  URIAH10 MARVIN (MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)590,591 was born 17 Feb 1742/43 in Wilton Parish, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut592, and died 1824 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut593.  He married (1) SARAH SCOTT593 15 May 1765 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut593.  She was born 14 Mar 1745/46 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut593, and died 13 Feb 1788 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut593.  He married (2) MARTHA SCOTT593 Aft. 13 Feb 1788593.  She was born 06 Oct 1749593, and died 06 Oct 1807593.

 

Notes for URIAH MARVIN:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), pages 347 and 348."

31 URIAH,5 son of Capt. Matthew4 and Elizabeth (Clark) Marvin, born 17 Feb., 1742/3, in Norwalk, Ct.; died 1824, in Ridgefield, Ct.; married there (1), 15 May, 1765, Sarah, daughter of James Scott, born there 14 March, 1745/6; died there 13 Feb., 1788; married (2), Martha, daughter of James and Martha Scott,(*) born 6 Oct., 1749; died 6 Oct., 1807.
Uriah settled in Ridgefield, and was one of the original members of the Cong'l Church there, in which he, with Daniel Olmsted and Timothy Bouton occupied pew 16, standing by itself on the left wall, facing the pulpit.(+) He was in Capt. Olmsted's company, 13th Ct. reg't, as a private, Aug.--Oct., 1776 (Hist. of Kent) and is believed to be the Uriah who served, June to Sept., 1778, in Capt. Olmsted's company, of Col. Roger Enos's reg't, on the Hudson.
Children, born in Ridgefield, order unknown:
  70.     i. James,6 b. 28 March, 1766.
         ii. Huldah, b. (???); d. 30 July, 1851, in Victory, N. Y.; m.
               19 Jan'y, 1794, in Ridgefield, Thaddeus, son of Jesse
               and Mehitable (Northrop) Benedict, b. there 7 Jan'y,
               1772; d. 31 Aug., 1828. Children (Benedict), b. in
               Ridgefield:(??)
                 1. David Scott,7 b. 4 July, 1794; d. 16 Aug., 1849, in Victory;
             m. (1), 6 Jan'y, 1819, Polly Northrop, b. in South Salem, N. Y.; d.
             10 Aug., 1832; they had five chil.; m. (2), 3 Oct., 1842, Eunice
             Cutting, of Victory.
                 2. Sally, b. 27 Oct., 1795; d. 24 Aug., 1877, in Victory; m. 2
             Oct., 1816, in Ridgefield, Homer, son of Isaac and Aner (Nichols)
             Lockwood, b. 17 Nov., 1793, in Brookfield, Ct.; d. 12 Feb., 1875;
             they had six chil.; res., Cato, N. Y.
                 3. Roswell, b. 8 April, 1797; d. 1 Aug., 1856, in Victory; m.
             (1), 23 March, 1826, Elizabeth, dau. of Calvin Tracy, b. in Scipio,
             N. Y.; d. 13 March, 1830; m. (2), 16 Feb., 1831, Mary, sister of his
             first wife; m. (3), Mrs. Ann Amelia, widow of Dr. Rugg, of Wolcott,
             N. Y., b. 1817. He had seven chil.
                 4. Ruth, b. 1 Jan'y, 1799; d. 5 Aug., 1840, in Victory; m. 1
             Jan'y, 1826, Lyman Wetherby, d. 31 May, 1871, having m. a second
             wife.
                 5. Nathaniel Marvin, b. 20 June, 1800; d. 28 Jan'y, 1855, in
             Victory; m. 2 Oct., 1823, Melinda, dau. of Isaac Williams, b. in
             Bethel, Ct.; d. 20 Dec., 1890, in St. Louis, Mo.: they had five chil.
                 6. Smith, b. 27 Feb., 1809; d. July, 1881, in Victory; m. 30
             Jan'y, 1832, Eliza Ann, dau. of Rev. William Williams, of Summer
             Hill, N. Y., b. 4 Jan'y, 1810, in Columbia co., N. Y.; d. 29 June,
             1890, in Victory; they had four chil.
                 7. Eliza Ann, b. 29 Feb., 1812; d. 3 March, 1875, in Fair
             Haven, N. Y.; m. 31 May, 1836, Elliot Mixer, of Wolcott, b. 13 Dec.,
             1803, in Vermont; d. 26 Dec., 1882.
        iii. Betsey, b. 17 March, 1785; d. in Spencerport, N. Y.; m.
               (1), 12 March, 1804, Charles(**) Dean, b. 12 Sept., 1784;
               d. before 1836, in Red Creek, N. Y.; m. (2), Jared
               Hiscox, in Victory; d. in Spencerport. Children
               (Dean), the first four b. in Ridgefield, the others, except
               the youngest, in Redding, Ct.:
                 1. Charles,7 b. 24 Sept., 1805; d. 24 March, 1894; m. 31 Dec.,
             1828, Eleanor Lester; they had five chil.; res., Lansing, Mich.
                 2. Esther Marvin, b. 11 Feb., 1807; d. 22 May, 1844, in Camillus,
             N. Y.; m. 5 April, 1832, Orrin Barton; they had two sons, one
             of whom was killed in the Civil war.
                 3. Daniel M., b. 29 March, 1809; d. 1877, in Hudson, Mich;
             m. March, 1834, Mary Stevens; they had four chil., the eldest was a
             soldier in the Civil war.
                 4. Huldah, b. 29 March, 1811; d. Sept., 1836, in Camillus;
             m. Aug., 1833, Herman Blanchard; they had two sons, the younger
             of whom was killed in the battle of the Wilderness, 1864.
                 5. Orrin, b. 17 May, 1813; d. 1883, in Hudson; m. June,
             1840, Tryphena Butterfield; they had two daus.
                 6. Lewis, b. 8 April, 1815; d. 11 Feb., 1830, in Victory; unm.
                 7. Betsey A., b. 31 Jan'y, 1817; d. 9 May, 1860, in Hudson;
             m. 14 July, 1836, Gideon Beebe; they had five chil., of whom a son
             was killed in the battle of the Wilderness, 1864.
                 8. Mary, b. 6 Aug., 1819; d. 9 May, 1845, in Jordan, N. Y.;
             m. May, 1839, Marvin Converse; they had two daus.
                 9. Harriet, b. 10 Aug., 1822; d. May, 1886, in Hudson; m.
             March, 1842, Selah Woodworth; s. p.
                10. Ruth Eliza, b. 28 Oct., 1826; m. 14 Dec., 1843, Rev. Sewell
             P. Barker; they had six chil.; res. (1895) Buffalo, N. Y.
                11. Henry W., b. 11 Aug., 1828, in Victory; m. 12 Nov., 1850,
             Mary Chipman; they had four chil.; res. (1895) in Hudson.(++)

There were probably other children of Uriah.
(*) Whitney Fam. says she was perhaps a sister of his first wife; this, we learned from the late James Bouton, is an error; Sarah's sister Martha m. Timothy Bouton, who was a joint owner with Uriah of "pew 16," in the Cong'l Church.
(+) Teller's Ridgefield, 106-7.
(??) See Benedicts in America and Lockwood Gen. for further particulars. Rockwell-Keeler Gen. differs in a few dates.
(**) Rockwell-Keeler Gen. has Lewis.
(++) For further particulars see Rockwell-Keeler Gen., 431-33.

 

Notes for MARTHA SCOTT:

"George Franklin Marvin and William T.R. Marvin, Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England,  (Boston: T.R. Marvin and Son, 1904), page 347."

URIAH,5 son of Capt. Matthew4 and Elizabeth (Clark) Marvin, born 17 Feb., 1742/3, in Norwalk, Ct.; died 1824, in Ridgefield, Ct.; married there (1), 15 May, 1765, Sarah, daughter of James Scott, born there 14 March, 1745/6; died there 13 Feb., 1788; married (2), Martha, daughter of James and Martha Scott,(*) born 6 Oct., 1749; died 6 Oct., 1807.

(*) Whitney Fam. says she was perhaps a sister of his first wife; this, we learned from the late James Bouton, is an error; Sarah's sister Martha m. Timothy Bouton, who was a joint owner with Uriah of "pew 16," in the Cong'l Church.

 

Children of URIAH MARVIN and SARAH SCOTT are:

                   i.    JAMES11 MARVIN593, b. 28 Mar 1766, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut593; d. Unknown.

52.             ii.    HULDAH MARVIN, b. Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 30 Jul 1851, Victory, Cayuga County, New York.

53.            iii.    BETSEY MARVIN, b. 17 Mar 1785, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Unknown, Spencerport, Monroe County, New York.

 

 

51.  WILLIAM10 MARVIN (JOSIAH9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)594 died Unknown.

       

Child of WILLIAM MARVIN is:

54.              i.    WILLIAM11 MARVIN, b. 19 Oct 1768; d. 27 Feb 1839, Malta.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

52.  HULDAH11 MARVIN (URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)596,597 was born  in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut598, and died 30 Jul 1851 in Victory, Cayuga County, New York598.  She married THADDEUS BENEDICT599,600 19 Jan 1794 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut601,602, son of JESSE BENEDICT and MEHITABLE NORTHROP.  He was born 07 Jan 1772603, and died 31 Aug 1828 in Victory, Cayuga County, New York604.

       

Children of HULDAH MARVIN and THADDEUS BENEDICT are:

                   i.    DAVID SCOTT12 BENEDICT, b. 04 Jul 1794, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Bet. 16 Aug 1840 - 1849, Victory, Cayuga County, New York.

                  ii.    SALLY BENEDICT, b. 27 Oct 1795; d. Unknown.

                 iii.    ROSWELL BENEDICT, b. 08 Apr 1797; d. 01 Aug 1856.

                 iv.    RUTH BENEDICT, b. 01 Jan 1799; d. Bef. 1870, Victory, Cayuga County, New York.

                  v.    NATHANIEL MARVIN BENEDICT, b. 20 Jun 1800; d. 28 Jan 1855, Victory, Cayuga County, New York.

                 vi.    SMITH BENEDICT, b. 27 Feb 1809; d. Unknown.

                vii.    ELIZA A. BENEDICT, b. 29 Feb 1812; d. Unknown.

 

 

53.  BETSEY11 MARVIN (URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)610 was born 17 Mar 1785 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut610, and died Unknown in Spencerport, Monroe County, New York610.  She married (1) CHARLES DEAN610 12 Mar 1804 in Red Creek, Wayne County, New York610.  He was born 12 Sep 1784610, and died Bef. 1836610.  She married (2) JARED HISCOX610 Abt. 1836 in Victory, Cayuga County, New York610.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of BETSEY MARVIN and CHARLES DEAN are:

55.              i.    CHARLES12 DEAN, b. 24 Sep 1805, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 24 Mar 1894.

56.             ii.    ESTHER MARVIN DEAN, b. 11 Feb 1807, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 22 May 1844, Camillus, Onondaga County, New York.

57.            iii.    DANIEL M. DEAN, b. 29 Mar 1809, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 1877, Hudson, Lenawee County, Michigan.

58.            iv.    HULDAH DEAN, b. 29 Mar 1811, Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Sep 1836, Camillus, Onondaga County, New York.

59.             v.    ORRIN DEAN, b. 17 May 1813, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 1883, Hudson, Columbia County, New York.

                 vi.    LEWIS DEAN610, b. 08 Apr 1815, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut610; d. 11 Feb 1830, Victory, Cayuga County, New York610.

60.           vii.    BETSEY A. DEAN, b. 31 Jan 1817, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 09 May 1860, Hudson, Columbia County, New York.

61.          viii.    MARY DEAN, b. 06 Aug 1819, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. 09 May 1845, Jordan, Onondaga County, New York.

                  ix.    HARRIET DEAN610, b. 10 Aug 1822, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut610; d. May 1886, Hudson, Columbia County, New York610; m. SELAH WOODWORTH610, Mar 1842610; d. Unknown.

62.              x.    RUTH ELIZA DEAN, b. 28 Oct 1826, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. Unknown.

63.             xi.    HENRY W. DEAN, b. 11 Aug 1828, Victory, Cayuga County, New York; d. Unknown.

 

 

54.  WILLIAM11 MARVIN (WILLIAM10, JOSIAH9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)611 was born 19 Oct 1768611, and died 27 Feb 1839 in Malta611.  He married POLLY BENEDICT611 05 Mar 1793611, daughter of URIAH BENEDICT and MARY HOWES.  She was born 02 Oct 1770611, and died Unknown.

       

Children of WILLIAM MARVIN and POLLY BENEDICT are:

                   i.    THOMAS JEFFERSON12 MARVIN611, b. 26 Jun 1803611; d. Unknown.

More About THOMAS JEFFERSON MARVIN:

Appointed: Bet. 1838 - 1843, judge of court of common appeals, Saratoga county (New York) by governor and senate611

Elected: 1834, Assembly611

Graduation: Union College, New York611

                  ii.    JAMES MADISON MARVIN611, b. 27 Feb 1809611; d. Unknown.

More About JAMES MADISON MARVIN:

Elected: 1846, to the assembly611

Occupation: Proprietor of the celebrated United States Hotel at Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County, New York612

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

55.  CHARLES12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 24 Sep 1805 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 24 Mar 1894621.  He married ELEANOR LESTER621 31 Dec 1828621.  She died Unknown.

 

More About ELEANOR LESTER:

Residence: 1904, Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan621

       

Children of CHARLES DEAN and ELEANOR LESTER are:

                   i.    DEAN13621, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

                  v.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

 

 

56.  ESTHER MARVIN12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 11 Feb 1807 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 22 May 1844 in Camillus, Onondaga County, New York621.  She married ORRIN BARTON621 05 Apr 1832621.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of ESTHER DEAN and ORRIN BARTON are:

                   i.    BARTON13621, d. Unknown, In the Civil War621.

                  ii.    BARTON621, d. Unknown.

 

 

57.  DANIEL M.12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 29 Mar 1809 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 1877 in Hudson, Lenawee County, Michigan621.  He married MARY STEVENS621 Mar 1834621.  She died Unknown.

       

Children of DANIEL DEAN and MARY STEVENS are:

                   i.    DEAN13621, d. Unknown.

More About DEAN:

Military service: Soldier in the US Civil War621

                  ii.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

 

 

58.  HULDAH12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 29 Mar 1811 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died Sep 1836 in Camillus, Onondaga County, New York621.  She married HERMAN BLANCHARD621 Aug 1833621.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of HULDAH DEAN and HERMAN BLANCHARD are:

                   i.    BLANCHARD13621, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    BLANCHARD621, d. 1864, Battle of the Wilderness621.

 

 

59.  ORRIN12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 17 May 1813 in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 1883 in Hudson, Columbia County, New York621.  He married TRYPHENA BUTTERFIELD621 Jun 1840621.  She died Unknown.

       

Children of ORRIN DEAN and TRYPHENA BUTTERFIELD are:

                   i.    DEAN13621, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    DEAN621, d. Unknown.

 

 

60.  BETSEY A.12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 31 Jan 1817 in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 09 May 1860 in Hudson, Columbia County, New York621.  She married GIDEON BEEBE621 14 Jul 1836621.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of BETSEY DEAN and GIDEON BEEBE are:

                   i.    BEEBE13621, d. 1864, Battle of the Wilderness621.

                  ii.    BEEBE621, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    BEEBE621, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    BEEBE621, d. Unknown.

                  v.    BEEBE621, d. Unknown.

 

 

61.  MARY12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 06 Aug 1819 in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died 09 May 1845 in Jordan, Onondaga County, New York621.  She married MARVIN CONVERSE621 May 1839621.  He died Unknown.

       

Children of MARY DEAN and MARVIN CONVERSE are:

                   i.    CONVERSE13621, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    CONVERSE621, d. Unknown.

 

 

62.  RUTH ELIZA12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 28 Oct 1826 in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut621, and died Unknown.  She married REVEREND SEWELL P. BARKER621 14 Dec 1843621.  He died Unknown.

 

More About RUTH ELIZA DEAN:

Residence: 1895, Buffalo, Erie County, New York621

       

Children of RUTH DEAN and SEWELL BARKER are:

                   i.    BARKER13621, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    BARKER621, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    BARKER621, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    BARKER621, d. Unknown.

                  v.    BARKER621, d. Unknown.

                 vi.    BARKER621, d. Unknown.

 

 

63.  HENRY W.12 DEAN (BETSEY11 MARVIN, URIAH10, MATTHEW9, SAMUEL8, MATTHEW7, MATHEW6, EDWARD5, RAYNOLD4 MERVYN, JOHN3, THOMAS2 MERVEYN, ROGER1)621 was born 11 Aug 1828 in Victory, Cayuga County, New York622, and died Unknown.  He married MARY CHIPMAN623 12 Nov 1850623.  She died Unknown.

 

More About HENRY W. DEAN:

Residence: 1895, Hudson, Columbia County, New York623

       

Children of HENRY DEAN and MARY CHIPMAN are:

                   i.    DEAN13623, d. Unknown.

                  ii.    DEAN623, d. Unknown.

                 iii.    DEAN623, d. Unknown.

                 iv.    DEAN623, d. Unknown.

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