Today’s post will discuss some items related to Nathaniel’s family, questions surrounding Nathaniel & his wives, military records, and mysteries that still linger.
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Today I will be looking at the oldest son of Edward Marden Jr. & his wife Elizabeth Annis. Nathaniel is as much a mystery man (but for different reasons) as his youngest brother, Chapin, who was covered in my last Marden family post.
Today I will be looking at the youngest daughter of Edward Marden Jr. & his wife Elizabeth Annis. I will not cover the child named David in a post since he only lived about 14 months. He falls between Hannah and Elizabeth in the birth order.
Today I will be looking at Hannah W., second oldest daughter of Edward Marden Jr. & his wife Elizabeth Annis.
Today I will be looking at the oldest daughter of Edward Marden Jr. & his wife Elizabeth Annis.
Today I begin outlining what is known about Edward Marden Junior’s children. I am starting with his 2nd child and will cover his first born, Nathaniel, after all the other children. Nathaniel is quite a puzzle, elusive and colorful. He will take more than one post to cover properly. I will cover the possible 1st family of Edward Jr. by a woman named Rebecca Jamison in a separate post later.
Today I will create a timeline of events for Edward Junior. A timeline is a wonderful tool for discovering discrepancies and missing items.
Today I am going to analyze the Marden family correspondence found in the Annis Genealogy published in 1909. I don’t want to assume all the data is factual just because it comes from within the family. It is an important step in understanding what I know and what I still need to verify.
Charles S. Marden, a lawyer, wrote twice to the Pension Commissioner to inquire about his great great grandfather’s records and to learn what information they contained. I first ran into Charles in the Annis Genealogy. Perhaps now would be a good time to find out more about Charles and to analysis what he knew or didn’t know about Edward Marden Sr.