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Daniel "Danny" Marble
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Birth: 1855
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Nov. 9, 1864
Denver
Denver County
Colorado, USA

Daniel Marble was from Council Bluffs, Iowa and on August 8, 1864 was taken captive by Indians at Plum Creek, Nebraska. Plum Creek, Nebraska Territory.

He was traveling with his father, William, from Iowa to Colorado. On August 8, not long after sunrise, the Cheyenne Indians made an attack on a wagon train with 13 or 14 wagons belonging to Thomas Morton, Michael Kelly, and William Marble.

His father along with others was killed and he along with Nancy (Fletcher) Morton were captured.

Daniel was a prisoner until about September 14, 1864, when he, Ambrose Asher, Isabelle Eubank, and Laura Roper (who had been captured on August 7th along the Little Blue River in Nebraska) were released by the Indians. Daniel spent a few days at Fort Lyon, then was taken with the others released and a military escort to Denver, Colorado. He fell ill there and died of typhoid fever. His burial location ln the Denver area is unknown.

 
 
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 Parents:
  William D. Marble (1820 - 1864)
  Ann Burns Strong (1832 - 1900)
 
 Siblings:
  Lois Ann Marble McPherson (1851 - 1922)*
  Joel Marble (1853 - 1870)*
  Daniel Marble (1855 - 1864)
  Lina M. Marble Aikins (1859 - 1941)*
  Rockey Marble Stanford (1860 - 1935)*
  William Marble (1863 - 1895)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Old History Buff
Record added: Jul 19, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114031656
 

 
 
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