Today’s post will discuss some items related to Nathaniel’s family, questions surrounding Nathaniel & his wives, military records, and mysteries that still linger.
Posts Tagged With: military records
Nathaniel Marden – A Review (Part 2)
Categories: 3rd Generation, Civil War, Documentation, Family-Marden, Review Tags: 1820s, albany vt, lunenburg vt, lyman nh, military records, western maine
Edward Marden Sr. – Summary of Findings
It is now time to move my research on to the next generation. However, before doing so, I will make two final posts for senior – this one to summarize by findings to date and a second to show where additional research could be focused.
Categories: Analysis, Edward Marden, Family-Marden Tags: additional research, american wife, census document, census documents, census records, concord nh, connecticut river, different man, father and son, haverhill nh, lyman nh, marden, military records, minute man, ranger company, revolutionary war, unverified, upper connecticut river, whitcomb
Edward Marden Sr. – A Minute Man?
While exploring the letters of Charles S. Marden I learned that Charles believed his great great grandfather, Edward Marden, had served as a Minute Man in April of 1775. Could it be true and if so could it lead to Edward’s family?
Categories: American Revolution, Analysis, Documentation, Family-Marden, Resources-Internet Tags: ancestry com, april 19 1775, brookfield, great grandfather, mardin, mardon, massachusetts soldiers, military collections, military records, minute man, minute men, revolutionary war, soldiers and sailors