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Edwin Eliphalet Marvin

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Edwin Eliphalet Marvin

Birth
Tolland, Tolland County, Connecticut, USA
Death
24 Jan 1914 (aged 80)
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
Burial
Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA Add to Map
Plot
Sec: 4, Lot: 26
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From: Illustrated popular biography of Connecticut; comp. and pub. by J.A. Spalding., Hartford, Conn. : Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1891. p. 305
Edwin E. Marvin, Hartford: Clerk United States Circuit and District Courts.
Edwin E. Marvin was born in Tolland, October 8, 1833, and was educated in the schools in Tolland and at Suffield. His profession is that of a lawyer. He enlisted in the Fifth regiment, Connecticut volunteers, and was captain of Company F in that regiment, which was the first company from Tolland county in the war of the rebellion which repulsed a rebel charge and captured rebel prisoners. He served during the campaigns of 1861 and 1862, and resigned for disability and came home early in 1863. He afterwards wrote the history of the regiment, which was highly appreciated by its members. He has at various times resided in Tolland, Colchester, Rockville, and Hartford, engaged in the practice of the law. He was for many years the secretary of the Tolland County Agricultural Society, has been grand juror, justice of the peace, and United States commissioner. He is now clerk of the United States Circuit and District courts for Connecticut, United States commissioner, and Extradition commisioner for the state, occupying those positions with a great deal of ability, hearing mahy of the ciriminal cases coming before the United States courts in this state upon the preliminary hearing, and acting a Examiner and Master in Chancery in the majority of civil cases. He is a dignified gentleman, of fine person appearance, and has a host of friends. He has always been a democrat in politics. He says he is devoted to all churches, alike, which make it their business to teach virtue and rebuke wrong; and is a regular attendant at Trinity church in Hartford. His wife was Cynthia Waldo, daughter of the late Judge Waldo, They have one son.

Contributor: Rootie (47320932) •
From: Illustrated popular biography of Connecticut; comp. and pub. by J.A. Spalding., Hartford, Conn. : Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard company, 1891. p. 305
Edwin E. Marvin, Hartford: Clerk United States Circuit and District Courts.
Edwin E. Marvin was born in Tolland, October 8, 1833, and was educated in the schools in Tolland and at Suffield. His profession is that of a lawyer. He enlisted in the Fifth regiment, Connecticut volunteers, and was captain of Company F in that regiment, which was the first company from Tolland county in the war of the rebellion which repulsed a rebel charge and captured rebel prisoners. He served during the campaigns of 1861 and 1862, and resigned for disability and came home early in 1863. He afterwards wrote the history of the regiment, which was highly appreciated by its members. He has at various times resided in Tolland, Colchester, Rockville, and Hartford, engaged in the practice of the law. He was for many years the secretary of the Tolland County Agricultural Society, has been grand juror, justice of the peace, and United States commissioner. He is now clerk of the United States Circuit and District courts for Connecticut, United States commissioner, and Extradition commisioner for the state, occupying those positions with a great deal of ability, hearing mahy of the ciriminal cases coming before the United States courts in this state upon the preliminary hearing, and acting a Examiner and Master in Chancery in the majority of civil cases. He is a dignified gentleman, of fine person appearance, and has a host of friends. He has always been a democrat in politics. He says he is devoted to all churches, alike, which make it their business to teach virtue and rebuke wrong; and is a regular attendant at Trinity church in Hartford. His wife was Cynthia Waldo, daughter of the late Judge Waldo, They have one son.

Contributor: Rootie (47320932) •


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