This post will explore what is known about Duke Hamilton Marden, a possible son of Edward Marden, Jr. by a prior spouse.
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Today I will create a timeline of events for Edward Junior. A timeline is a wonderful tool for discovering discrepancies and missing items.
Now that I have explored all these wonderfully informative deeds, it is time to review what I learned, what I didn’t learn, what earlier assumptions need to be revised, and what is left to do. This last item will wait until the next post.
Today’s deed further subdivides Lot 66 in Lyman by chopping off another 10 acres of land and selling it.
This next deed is the one mentioned by Edward in his pension inventory dated August of 1820. This is the deed of land to Edward’s wife from Charles K. White. It is very interesting to note this appears to be the same land Edward sold to Charles 2 years prior.
I recently acquired 11 deeds from Grafton County, New Hampshire concerning Edward Marden Sr & Jr. Many thanks to my new friends at genealogyfreelancers.com and Tricia Thompson, CG, the Genealogist I hired to retrieved the deeds. It was a very smooth experience.
K’chi Wliwni Nidobak – Great Thanks My Friends!
I am so excited by the events of the past week. I have been hearing from descendants of Edward. They are contributing information and funding. This past week I received a $25.00 donation from each of 3 different descendants. As promised, all proceeds of this blog will be used to pay for retrieving documents to assist in the project.
I have gone through the pension file and provided my readers with the important key information. If you are a descendant, I encourage you to get the entire pension file for your own records, because I am not covering everything of interest to you in this blog.
There are two other documents of interest in the file I have note yet explored. These documents are letters from a descendant, Charles S. Marden, to the Commissioner of Pensions. This same Charles Marden also has a letter published in the Annis Genealogy so I intend to cover this man and his letters together in a later post.