Massachusetts, Town Vital Collections, 1620-1988 Name: Joseph Marble Birth Date: 23 Oct 1752 Event Type: Birth Event City: Bolton Father Name: Benja Marble (Benjamin Marble) Mother Name: Marthew Marble (Martha Goss)
Joseph Marble, American Revolution Veteran
Joseph MARBLE, son of Benjamin Marble and Martha Goss, was born November 24, 1752. He married Susannah BUTLER, who was born March 20, 1759, They came from Winchester, N. H., to Fayston, in 1809, and located in the northern part of the town, where he built the first saw-mill (1816 on the banks of Shepard Brook) in Fayston. The place is now owned by Mary J. FISHER, and passed out of the possession of the MARBLE family in 1882. Joseph MARBLE served in the war of the Revolution, and his grandson, Joseph D. MARBLE, now has the powder-horn which he then carried. He reared six sons and five daughters, viz.: Joseph, Elijah, Emery, Benjamin, John, Jacob, Susannah, Sylvia, Martha, Polly, and Cynthia. Jacob and Benjamin settled in Fayston. Jacob married Sarah MAY, and reared two sons, Joseph D. and George L., both of whom served in the late war. Joseph D. lost a leg at Gainsville, and George L. died in Libby pr...
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American Revolution Image for Ancestry.com Military Page
1832 Declaration of Joseph Marble in Washington County, Vermont, digital copy of original document, Microfilm: M805 Roll 551 File R6895 6 pages.
Transcription of the 1832 Declaration of Joseph Marble State of Vermont, Washington County
Joseph Marble Gravesite at North Fayston Cemetery, Washington County, Vermont; Born: 23 Oct 1752 in Bolton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts and Died: 1 Feb 1836 in Fayston, Washington Co., Vermont (photo taken 21 Oct 2006)
Vermont Pension Certificate # 26015, Source: Series: M805 Roll: 551 Image: 579 File: R6895 Payments issued from Burmington, Washington County, Vermont
NSSAR approved apllication on 5 Nov 2012 for Joseph Marble of Fayston, Washington, Vermont by descendant, DeCody Brad Marlbe, Page 1
Source: Gazetteer of Washington County, Vermont
Benjamin Marble's Pedigree and Family Chart depecting family members and ancestors with annotations of important historical events.
Page 2, back side of NSSAR approved application for Joseph Marble of North Fayston, Washington County, Vermont submitted by descendant, DeCody Brad Marble