Ormesby St Margaret
|Death: ||Jun. 30, 1672|
New Hampshire, USA
Patriach or the Hampton NH branch of the Marston family.
Member of Quaker faith. Arrived 1634 to Salem part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony with brothers Robert & John Marston. The only remaining line is that of William Marston through his son's William Jr & Thomas. He received a grant of land called Winnacunet by the Indians which was renamed Hampton of Norfolk county which later became part of New Hampshire when it was made a separate province.
Marston stone can be found in Hampton NH Founding Father's Park
Believe to be buried on his land.
Sarah Goody Marston (1595 - 1660)*
Sabina Hemins Page Redman (1642 - 1689)*
Thomas Marston (1617 - 1690)*
William Marston (1626 - 1703)*
Tryphena Marston Philbrick (1663 - 1729)*
Created by: D. Marston
Record added: Aug 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95493495
Added: Dec. 12, 2014
In memory of my 9th Great-grandfather, William Marston. The Marston surname came down nine generations directly to my maternal grandmother, whose name was Myrtle Fannie(Marston)Moulton. Myrtle's father was Oliver Boardman Marston of Livermore Falls, Maine...(Read more)|
Added: Nov. 7, 2014
my 9th great-grandfather|
Added: Oct. 24, 2014
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