Lieutenant Reinold Marvin Jr.

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Lieutenant Reinold Marvin Jr. Veteran

Birth
Great Bentley, Tendring District, Essex, England
Death
4 Aug 1676 (aged 44)
Lyme, New London County, Connecticut, USA
Burial
Old Lyme, New London County, Connecticut, USA Add to Map
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"1676 LEVET RENOLD MARVIN AGED 42"

Lieutenant Marvin was born in England and baptized in St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, December 20, 1631. He came to New England with his father, Reinold Marvin, and was admitted a freeman at Saybrook, May 30, 1658. He married Sarah Clark who was baptized February 8, 1643-44 in Milford, Connecticut, the daughter of George Jr. and Sarah Clark. Sarah died February 1, 1716.

Lieutenant Reinold Marvin owned much land in Lyme and Saybrook; he was deputy to the general court from Lyme in 1670, and again from 1672 until his death. He was on the committee to divide the town of Saybrook, and he was a town surveyor; he served as selectman twice, and as constable once.

"Levet" was old English way of expressing "Lieutenant" The spelling Reinold has generally been adopted as his & his father's given name, but using Renold is optional.

This Reinold was christened Great Bentley, Essex, England, Dec. 20, 1631, so his birth occurred in 1631.
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Lt. Reinold and Sarah had a fifth child, named Sarah.
"1676 LEVET RENOLD MARVIN AGED 42"

Lieutenant Marvin was born in England and baptized in St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, December 20, 1631. He came to New England with his father, Reinold Marvin, and was admitted a freeman at Saybrook, May 30, 1658. He married Sarah Clark who was baptized February 8, 1643-44 in Milford, Connecticut, the daughter of George Jr. and Sarah Clark. Sarah died February 1, 1716.

Lieutenant Reinold Marvin owned much land in Lyme and Saybrook; he was deputy to the general court from Lyme in 1670, and again from 1672 until his death. He was on the committee to divide the town of Saybrook, and he was a town surveyor; he served as selectman twice, and as constable once.

"Levet" was old English way of expressing "Lieutenant" The spelling Reinold has generally been adopted as his & his father's given name, but using Renold is optional.

This Reinold was christened Great Bentley, Essex, England, Dec. 20, 1631, so his birth occurred in 1631.
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Lt. Reinold and Sarah had a fifth child, named Sarah.