Family Tree: Edward Marvin wed Margaret Gilligat in 1581

Edward Marvin wed Margaret Gilligat before 1581 at First Child, Ramsey, Essex, England

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Edward Marvin

Born: 1545 in Ramsey, Essex, England
Died: Nov. 15, 1615 in Great Bentley, England

Son of:
Father: Reynold or Reinold Marvin
Mother: Johan _________

WED

Wed in 1580 in Ramsey, Essex, England

Margaret Gilligat

Born: 1550 to 1560 in Ramsey, Essex, England
Died: 1633 in England

Daughter of:
Father: ____________________
Mother: ____________________

Putting things in perspective

Edward Marvin was five to fifteen years older than his wife, Margaret when they married. He was 35. She was either 20 or 30.

They had been married 19 to 20 years when they had Matthew Marvin, Senior.

When their son, Matthew, was old enough to marry, only Margaret was still alive to see that happen. Sadly, Edward Marvin had died a few years before.

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Who was their child?

Details about their child Matthew

 

Matthew Marvin, Senior

Born: Jan. 26, 1599 or 1600 in Great Bentley, Essex, England
Died: July 12, 1680 in Norwalk, Connecticut

Interesting Fact #1: Matthew Marvin's family immigrated to Hartford, Connecticut on April 18, 1635.

 

WED

Wed Jan. of 1621 or 1622 in St. Mary's Parish, Great Bentley, Essex, England  

Elizabeth Gregory

Born: 1603 or 1604 in Great Bentley, Essex, England
Died: Jan. 25, 1681 in Hartford, Connecticut

Daughter of:
Father: Henry Gregory, of Boston
Mother: Abigail Goody




Other children of Edward Marvin and Margaret Gilligat

  1. Edward Marvin born about 1581 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  2. Thomas Marvin born about 1583 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  3. Richard Marvin born about 1585 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  4. Robert Marvin born about 1587 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  5. Margaret Marvin born 1589 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  6. Marie Marvin born about 1591 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  7. John Marvin born June 7, 1593 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  8. Reinold Marvin born June 7, 1592 in Great Bentley, Essex, England [1 of 2 Reinold's listed]

  9. Reinold Marvin born Oct. 25, 1594 in Great Bentley, Essex, England [2nd of 2 Reinold's listed] 

  10. Elizabeth Marvin born 1597 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

  11. Matthew Marvin, Senior born Jan. 26 or March 26, 1599 or 1600 in Great Bentley, Essex, England [Described above]

  12. Hannah Marvin born 1601 in Great Bentley, Essex, England

What is my relationship to these 2 couples?

* Edward Marvin and his wife Margaret Gilligat are the

(01) Great,
(02) Great,
(03) Great,
(04) Great,
(05) Great,
(06) Great,
(07) Great,
(08) Great,
(09) Great,
(10) Great;
(11) Great Grandparents of my siblings, my first cousins, and me: Doug, Debbie, and David Dunn plus Peter, Elizabeth, and Stephen Smith

* Matthew Marvin, Senior and his wife Elizabeth Gregory are the

(01) Great,
(02) Great,
(03) Great,
(04) Great,
(05) Great,
(06) Great,
(07) Great,
(08) Great,
(09) Great,
(10) Great Grandparents of my siblings, my first cousins, and me: Doug, Debbie, and David Dunn plus Peter, Elizabeth, and Stephen Smith





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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

Hi Debbie ,

It is really interesting to trace your family tree, but also time consuming.

I think that's why Dai finds it so difficult, because he works six days a week.

Anyway great stuff

Take care

Eiddwen.


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Ask_DJ_Lyons 5 years ago from Mosheim, Tennessee Author

Yes, family history is very time-consuming yet addictive. I have already met distant cousins through this research prior to joining Hubpages. It would be really cool if it turns out that some of the Hubbers might turn out to be my distant cousins as well. Cheers!


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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

Well you never know !!! Keep us informed ...


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Ask_DJ_Lyons 5 years ago from Mosheim, Tennessee Author

I will, thanks! Have a great day!

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