BENJAMIN4 MARBLE (JOSEPH3, JOSEPH2, JOSEPH1) the son of JOSEPH MARBLE and HANNAH KEYS, was born Abt. 1725, and died Bef. 1800 in Winchester, New Hampshire...
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Muster-Roll of a scouting party sent out from Harvard by Colonel Samuel Willard for a week’s tour in the woods from “History of the town of Harvard, Massachusetts: 1732-1893”, Military Annals – 1745-1763, French and Indian War, Page 287; by Henry Stedman Nourse
Benjamin Marble appears on a muster roll of a number of men that was sent Into the woods under Command of Captain Jonathan Whitney, these men were of Bolton and Harvard, Massachusetts, during King George's War (1744 - 1748). From The Military Annals of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1740-1865.
American Colonial Troop in the French and Indian War
muster-roll of Captain Joseph Whitcomb's company is in Massachusetts Archives, XCIV, 86.
Benjamin Marble - Military Page - Ancestry.com
Benjamin Marble was born in 1725 in Stow, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to Joseph Marble and Hannah Keyes. At the age of 17, on 19 February 1742, Benjamin Marble, an orphan receives guardianship from James Keys (Benjamin’s maternal Grandfather). Four years later, James Keyes passes away on 25 September 1746 in Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts. Benjamin Marble’s maternal ancestry through the surnames of Keyes, Divoll, and White include ancestors held captive and killed by Indians. Also two great grandfathers fought in King Philip’s War. So most probable, as a boy, Benjamin heard stories from his father about the Salem Witch Trials and stories from his mother about Indi...
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Benjamin Marble, Bolton man, serving within Captain Aaron Willard's Company, under Colonel Timothy Ruggles Regiment, during Conquest of Canada in the French and Indian War
Private Benjamin Marbel (Marble), a Bolton Massachusetts Minuteman, served 15 days under Capt. Benjamin Hasting's Company, Colonel John Whitcomb's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia, which marched on the Lexington Alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge (Massachusetts)
Private Benjamin Marbel (Marble) served 15 days under Capt. Benjamin Hasting's Company, Colonel John Whitcomb's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia, which marched on the Lexington Alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge (Massachusetts)
Benjamin Marble's Pedigree and Family Chart depecting family members and ancestors with annotations of important historical events.
Benjamin Marble (1725 - 1806); Ancestor # 57863, NSSAR, National Society of Sons of the American Revolution Supplement Page 2: Genealogy Approved: 16 Apr 2014; Registered: 24 Apr 2014
Benjamin Marble (1725 - 1806); Ancestor # 57863, NSSAR, National Society of Sons of the American Revolution Supplement Page 1: Genealogy Approved: 16 Apr 2014; Registered: 24 Apr 2014