|Birth: ||Oct. 23, 1752|
|Death: ||Feb. 1, 1836|
Joseph Marble's Fold3.com Military Page
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NSDAR ANCESTOR # A073647
NSSAR # 50589
Joseph Marble, son of Benjamin Marble and Martha Goss, served in the Revolutionary War, on April 28, 1775, Private Joseph Marble, (residence Templeton, Massachusetts), enlisted in Massachusetts Continental Army, under Captain Joel Fletcher's Company, Colonel Ephraim Doolittle's Regiment and his name appeared on the Muster Roll dated August 1, 1775.
On September 26, 1777, Joseph Marble at the age of 25 married Susannah Elizabeth Butler, age 18, daughter of John Butler and Susannah Allen, in Winchester, Cheshire County, New Hampshire across the border from Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont.
In 1809, Joseph Marble at age 57 and his wife, Susannah Elizabeth Butler migrated from Winchester, Cheshire County, New Hampshire to Fayston, Washington County, Vermont and located in the northern part of the town, where he built the first saw-mill in Fayston. The place passed out of the possession of the MARBLE family in 1882.
On December 2, 1832; A revolutionary pensioner, Joseph Marble, (still residing at Fayston, Vermont, at the age of 80) was placed on the Vermont pension roll for his service during the American Revolution.
Martha Goss Marble (1729 - 1806)
Susannah Elizabeth Butler Marble (1760 - 1840)
Joseph Marble (1789 - 1851)*
Butler Emery Marble (1794 - 1866)*
Benjamin Marble (1796 - 1882)*
Jacob Marble (1802 - 1872)*
Cynthia Marble Quimby (1804 - 1878)*
North Fayston Cemetery
Created by: DeCody Brad Marble
Record added: Oct 22, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16279728