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 be looking at Hannah W., second oldest daughter of Edward Marden Jr. & his wife Elizabeth Annis.
I have used up my available online resources for Edward Senior and Junior. Today I will provide descendants with a list of suggestions for further research. If I receive any donations from this blogs, I will use the money to further my research using the following guide.
Today I will review what I discovered in my online search for additional information. I revisited all the original sites, since there have been some updates to databases that may relate to the family. I also explored some new research possibilities.
I set out to determine if Edward Marden had a Native American wife. This will be a good time to review exactly what I have learned about his wives.
I believe it is time to review all I have discovered about Edward before moving on to Edward Jr. First I will revise my timeline for him, then in my next post I will revise his map.
And here we have it folks – the last deed that Edward Marden Sr. will take part in. I really don’t understand it at all, but I understand the general idea of what is happened. Let’s see if any of my readers understand it any better.
Today I will explore the second deed in Grafton County that involves the Marden family. It is a quit claim deed for the Annis family land in Bath, NH and it helps establish the identity of Edward Jr’s wife as Elizabeth Annis, daughter of David Annis of Bath, NH.
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?
Well folks, I am sorry to take so long in getting back to the blog. I wish I could say it was a relaxing break, but Mother Nature had a different plan for me. I live in Maine where we experience “Winter Weather Conditions” (WWC for short) on a regular basis this time of year. I have been doing what seems like an endless series WWC chores since last Friday!
Today I will start posting about the wonderful information found in Edward Marden’s pension record. It can be found at Footnote.com (starting at this address if you subscribe) as well as Heritage Quest and consists of 51 images. I will be posting selected documents from the file on the blog and in our genealogy database.