|Death: ||May 13, 1849|
"Dan Marble." Son of Anna and Danford Marble.
Born in East Windsor, Conn., in 1807, and made his first appearance in 1831 at Chatham Garden, New York, as Rollin Roughhead in Fortune's Frolic. In 1837 he appeared in Philadelphia at the Walnut Street Theater as Sam Patch, making an instantaneous hit. In 1845 he went to England, and starred throughout the provinces successfully. He then appeared in London at the Strand Theater, Oct. 30, 1845, as Deuteronomy Dutiful. He married Anna Warren, a Philadelphia girl, Nov. 13, 1836. She was quite a prominent actress in her day.
Dan Marble was a very popular actor, and such farcical parts as Robin Roughhead, Sam Patch, and Deuteronomy Dutiful were in his special line. He died in Louisville, Ky of Cholera.
Wife buried in Chicago March 1872.
Burial in the family vault in Buffalo NY.
Father of William Marble d 1912 in NY State.
Anna Warren Marble (1815 - 1872)
William Marble (____ - 1912)*
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Record added: Apr 17, 2009
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