The Marlin Family
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The Following information on the French & Marlin Families was received from Warwick Rowland and Claudia Martha (Sears) Tobias <wtobias@austin.rr.com> of Austin, Texas. The French Ancestry is that of Claudia Martha Sears Tobias. This data has been heavily edited to show the line from Edward French down to the Joseph Waugh Family. Many family groups are not shown here.

French Generation No. 1

Unknown French1 Children of Unknown French are:
1.   John2 French1, b. Abt. 1538, Heyford, Northampton, England; d. 19 Dec 1568, Heyford, Northampton, England.
2.   Walter French1, b. Abt. 1539, Bugbrook, Heyford, Northampton, England; d. 22 Apr 1565, Heyford,
      Northampton, England; m. Jane1, Abt. 1559, Heyford, Northampton, England; b. Abt. 1539.
3.   Margaret French1, b. Abt. 1544, Heyford, Northampton, England; m.
      Richard SYMONS, 30 Nov 1564, Heyford, Northampton, England; b. Abt. 1543, Heyford, Northampton, England.
4.   Edward French, b. Abt. 1546, Heyford, Northampton, England.
5.   William French1, b. Abt. 1548, Heyford, Northampton, England; m.
      Margaret HIBNYSE, Abt. 1569, Heyford, Northampton, England.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com&;gt;.

French Generation No. 2



Edward2 French (French1)1 was born Abt. 1546 in Heyford, Northampton, England, and He married Alice Abt. 1567. She was born Abt. 1547 in Heyford, Northampton, England. Children of Edward & Alice French:
1.     Thomas French, b. 1590, Nether Heyford,Northamptonshire, England; , Nether Heyford,Northamptonshire, England.
2.     Ursula French married
        Edward USHER, 24 Oct 1605, Heyford, Northampton, England; b. Abt. 1578, Heyford, Northampton, England.
3.     John French, .
4.     Henry French, born c 1571, Bugbrook, Heyford, Northampton, England; m.
        Margaret Bromsgrave, 29 Apr 1592, Heyford, Northampton, England.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.

Generation No. 3



Thomas3 French (Edward2, French1)1 was born 1590 in Nether Heyford,Northamptonshire, England, and died in Nether Heyford,Northamptonshire, England. He married (1) Mary ----- Abt. 1604 in Heyford, Northampton, England. She He married (2) Elizabeth ----- About 1608 in Nether Heyford, Northampton, England. She was born c. 1591 in Heyford, Northampton, England, and died 31 Oct 1640 in Nether Heyford,Northamptonshire, England, buried at Heyford, Northampton, England. The child of Thomas & Mary French is:
1.     Dorothy French
Children of Thomas & Elizabeth French are:
2.     Thomas4 French, b. 1611, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England;
                     d. May 1673, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England.
3.     Elizabeth French
4.     Alice French, b. 1609; d. 22 Apr 1609, Infant.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.

Generation No. 4



Thomas4 French (Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born 1611 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England, and died May 1673 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England. He married (1) Sara Woodward Bef. 16393. She was born 1620 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England, and died 09 Feb 1652/53 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England. He married (2) Martha Abt. 1655 in Northhamptonshire, England. She was born Abt. 1620.

Notes: Thomas was a member of the Religious Society of Friends founded by George Fox in northwest England about 1652. Members of the society became known as "Quakers" because some of them trembled during religious services. Quakers suffered persecution for their beliefs both in England and in most of the American co lonies because they called for political and legal rights for all men. Children of Thomas French and Sara Woodward are:
1.     PATIENCE French, b. 1637, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England3; d. WFT Est. 1638-17313.
2.     Thomas5 French, b. 29 Oct 1639, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England;
                  d. 03 May 1699, Rancocas, Burlington Co., NJ.
3.     Sara French, b. 1643, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England3; d. 12 Aug 1692, Burlington Co., NJ3.
4.     Elizabeth French, b. 1645, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England3.
5.     Mary French, b. 1648, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England3; d. WFT Est. 1649-17423.
6.     John French, b. 1651, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England; d. 1713, Woodbridge, NJ.
7.     Richard French, b. 1651, Nether Heyford, Northampton, England; d. 1713, Woodbridge, NJ.
Children of Thomas French and Martha are:
8.     Robert French, b. 26 Jan 1656/57, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England; d. WFT Est. 1658-1747.
9.     Martha French, b. 1660, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England; d. WFT Est. 1661-1754.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.

Generation No. 5



5. Thomas5 French (Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1)4 was born 29 Oct 1639 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England, and died 03 May 1699 in Rancocas, Burlington Co., NJ. He married (1) Jane Atkins5 12 Jun 1660 in Parish Church of Whilton, Wiltshire, England, daughter of John Atkins and Briggette -----. She was born Abt. 1639 in Whilton, England, and died 05 Oct 1692 in Rancocas, Burlington Co., NJ. He married (2) Elizabeth Stanton 25 Sep 1696. She was born in Philadelphia, PA.

From the "Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French", compiled and Published by Howard Barclay French, Philadelphia 1909:     Thomas French, founder of the New Jersey branch of the French family, resided, in 1680, the year of his migration to America, in Nether Heyford, a parish in the hundred of Newbottle Grove, county of Northhampton, seven miles south by west from the city of Northhampton, England." He was the son of Thomas French, b. 1611 and his first wife, Sara Wood.  He was baptized in 1639 in the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Nether Heyford, England. He later became a member of the Society of Friends (Quaker). Because of his strong commitment to the Quakers he was imprisoned at least three times, in 1637 for a period of 42 months, again in 1662 and also in 1666 for his religious beliefs and refusal to pay tithes to the Episcopal Church. Thomas was among the first to take a practical interest in the colonization of Friends in America. With William Penn, Gauen Laurie, Thomas Olive, Daniel Wills, Edward Byllynge and about one hundred and fifty others he signed the famous "Concessions and Agreements," at London in 1676, which provided for the settlement of New Jersey.

He sailed from London about the 1st of August, 1680 with his wife and nine children, 4 sons and 5 daughters, the oldest being 16, the youngest not yet 4 years of age, on the ship "Kent", Gregory Marlowe the master. He settled on a tract of 600 acres of desirable land, located along the banks of the Rancocas, about four miles from Burlington in New Jersey. He held an influential place in the colony and prospered. At the time of his death in 1699, he possessed 1200 acres of improved land and his proprietary share of unsurveyed lands, approximately 2000 acres.

During the nearly 20 years residence as a leading citizen of Burlington Co., Thomas French trained his children in ways of sobriety, industry and religion. They founded families in whom traits of strong character were noted." Even though Thomas had an early sympathy and unity with the Society of Friends, his children were baptized in the Church of England in accordance with the custom of his family for generations. They were baptized at the Church of St. Peter and Paul, Nether Heyford, England. Thomas and Jane were buried in a private burial lot, sixteen and one half feet square, on the homestead plantation, Rancocas, NJ and this reservation was mentioned in deeds and observed for many years although its exact location in now unknown.
"The Colonial Society of Pennsylvania 1908 Thomas French = Jane Atkins. In N. J., 1680. The family tree was first researched and published by Howard Barclay French of the seventh Generation. I believe that he branches from another line of the family because their are no Howards in this/my direct line. The genealogy was a two volume privately published book. It's title: "Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French, Vol I 1639-1785, Howard B. French " & "Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French Vol II 1785-1913, Howard B. French."

"Compiled & Published by Howard Barclay French of the seventh generation. Vol I Philadelphia , Privately Printed 1909. Copyright (Vol I) 90 65, 1909; Copyright Volume II 90 66, 1909. Thomas French was a fervent Quaker and was imprisoned on three different occasions for his beliefs. His internments are recorded in a book written by a great Quaker minister, Joseph Beese and published in 1753, entitled "The Sufferings of the Peoples called Quakers."

Thomas was baptized on 11/13/1639 in the Protestant Episcopal Church of S S Peter and Paul, N ether Heyford. Thomas was a member of the Religious Society of Friends, founded by George Fox in northwest England approximately 1652. Members of the society became know as "Quakers" because some of them trembled during religious services. He came to America in 1677 with William Penn, Tho mas Ollive and many other of the original signers of the Concessions and Agreements. Thomas French was one of 150 men who signed this agreement for the purchase of of Burlington County, NJ. He came in 1677 just long enough to stake out his claim. He then returned to England in the same ship, "the Kent" which had brought him and the others. He returned to America in 1680 with his wife and nine children. 4 boys and 5 girls, the eldest 16 and the youngest 4. The ship was the "Kent," the master, Gregory Marlowe. Thomas French settled a tract of 600 acres located on the banks of the Rancocas about 4 miles from Burlington. He was Commissioner of Highways from 1684-1685. Thomas French was an active member of his church and prosperous businessman.
Page: 174 Name: Thomas French Date: 03 Jun Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. copy of will of, dated 03 May 1699. Testator about to sail for England, leaves to wife Elizabeth ho use and plantation of 420 acres below John Test's, to son Charles 200 a. near John Hudson's with reversion of the plantation after wife's death, and land at Neather Heyford, England, to daughters Rachell Allen, Hannah Busby, Sarah Wood, Mary Busby, Jane Hall, Lydia, Rebecca; sons Thomas, Richard legacies, payable by son Charles. Witnesses--John Paine, Tho: Eves, John Hollinshead, junior. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. 21 Apr 1699 Inventory of the estate (personal £68.5.7, the plantation of 40 0 a. £200); made by John Paine, Thomas Harding, John Hudson and Thomas Eves. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. 03 May 1699 Bond of Charles French, of Wellingborrow, yeoman, as executor. Matthew Allen and Henry Grubb fellow bondsmen. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. Burlington Wills Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. 03 May 1699 Will proved by and administration granted to his son Charles French. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. Burlington Records, p. 29

Page: 189 Name: Thomas French Date: 29 Aug 1732 Location: Northampton, Burlington Co. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750 Calendar of New Jersey Wills:   Account of Thomas French and James Wills executors, showing payments to William Collum, Jno . Briggs, Ann Lamb, Daniel Wills, Wm. Murrell, Richard Smith, Dorothy Large, Wm. Allcott, Wm. Cramer, Joseph Hilliard, Thomas Bishop, Edward Shippin, Richard Jones, Jonathan Wright, John Briggs, Thos. Griffith, William Bishop, John Anderson, Samuel Woolston, John Budd, Titan Leeds, John Brown, Michael Woolston, Joseph Stephen, Jacob Lamb, Isaac DeCow, Mary Wood, Thomas Bryan, James Wills, Charles French (in full of his legacy), Enoch Fenton (in full of his wife's legacy), Joshua Woolston (in full of his wife's legacy), Thomas French (one of the sons , his legacy), Sarah French, Charles French, Juror. In accomptants hands £12 to be paid Samuel and Rachel Wickward, two of the legatees at 21 years. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I I 1730-1750 Calendar of New Jersey Wills Burlington Wills; (reference not found). Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750 Calendar of New Jersey Wills

Notes for Jane Atkins: Died in childbirth on October 5, 1692, buried at Homestead Plantation, Rancocas, NJ
Children of Thomas French and Jane Atkins are:

  1.     Sara French, Baptized 17 Mar 1660/61, Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England; d. 10 Apr 1661, Nether Heyford,
           Northhamptonshire, England.
  2.     Jane French, b. 11 Jul 1662, Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England; Baptized 8 Aug 1662 m. Daniel Hall.
  3.     Rachel French, b. 24 Mar 1663/64; Baptized 03 Apr 1664; d. after 1742, Burlington, New Jersey; m. (1)
          Mathew Allen, 1687, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England5; b. 1645, England;
          d. Oct 1710, Chester Twp., Burlington, NJ; m. (2)
          Huigh Sharp, 09 Feb 1701/02, Burlington County., NJ; b. 03 Jun 1668, Northhamptonshire, England;
          d. Abt. Feb 1741/42, Burlington County, NJ; m. (3)
          Samuel Mickle, after 17035.
  4.     Richard French, b. 01 Dec 1665, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England;
          d. after 24 Jul 1745, Mansfield Twn., Burlington Co., NJ.
  5.     Thomas French, b. 31 Oct 1667, Baptized 05 Sep 1669, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England;
          d. Abt. 1745, Burlington Co., NJ.
  6.     Hanah French, b. Sep 1669; d. Sep 1747, Burlington Co., NJ; m. Richard Buzby, 30 Oct 1695, Burlington Meeting, NJ;
          b. 1670, Milton, England5; d. Jul 1747, Oxford Twp., PA5.
  7.     Charles French, b. 20 Mar 1670/71; d. 1741, Burlington, NJ.
  8.     John French, b. Jan 1672/73, Baptized 02 Jan 1672/73, Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England;
          d. 1729, Burlington, Burlington Co., NJ; m. (1) Ann -----, 1701, Burlington Co., NJ; b. Abt. 1673; m. (2)
          Sarah Mason Wickward, 10 Jun 1724.
  9.     Sarah French, b. Feb 1673/74; Baptized 02 Jan 1672/73, m. Isaac Wood, 01 Feb 1694/95, Burlington Monthly Meeting,
          Burlington, NJ; b. Abt. 1673, Woodbury Creek, NJ;.
10.     Mary French, b. Aug 1675; d. Dec 1728, Willingboro Twp, Burlington Co. NJ.
11.     Jane French, b. Nov 1676; Baptized 19 Nov 1676,d. WFT Est. 1703-17705; m.
          Daniel Hall, 01 Mar 1696/97, Burlington Monthly Meeting, Burlington, NJ.
12.     Lydia French, b. Abt. 1682; m. David Arnold, 1708; b. Abt. 1682.
13.     Infant French, b. 05 Oct 1692; d. 12 Oct 1692, Rancocas, Burlington County, NJ.
Child of Thomas French and Elizabeth Stanton is:
14.     Rebecca French, b. 08 Aug 1697; m. Robert Murfin, 03 Apr 17295.

John5 French (Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1)5 was born 1651 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England5, and died 1713 in Woodbridge, NJ5. He married SUSANNAH5 1668 in Woodbridge, NJ. Children of John French and SUSANNAH are:
1.     John6 French, .
2.     Ann French5, ; m. James Leith.
3.     Richard French, b. 1670, Woodbridge, NJ; d. 1747, Springfield, Burlington, NJ.

Richard5 French (Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born 1651 in Nether Heyford, Northampton, England, and died 1713 in Woodbridge, NJ. Child of Richard French is:
            i.     Richard6 French, b. Abt. 1670, Woodbridge, NJ; d. 1747, Near Springfield, NJ.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.

Generation No. 6



Richard6 French (Thomas5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born 01 Dec 1665 in Nether Heyford, Northhamptonshire, England7, and died after 24 Jul 1745 in Mansfield Twn., Burlington Co., NJ7. He married (1) Sarah Scattergood on 11 Jul 1693 in Burlington County., NJ. She was born 1665 in Stepny Parish, London, England, and died 1700 in Burlington County, NJ. He married (2) Mary KING on 13 Nov 1701 in Chesterfield, NJ, daughter of Hermanus and Mary (-----) King. She was born c 1680, and died 05 Jan 1726/27 in Burlington County, NJ.

Richard French, upon his marriage in 1693, purchased a tract of land, 460 acres, in M ansfield Twp, Burlington Co., where he seems to have resided the remainder of his life. The nearest meeting was the one early established at Crosswicks. In 1715 he was recorded as an overseer and in 1723 as an Elder and minister. He was a frequent representative at Quarterly and Yearly Meeting. Even past his middle age he was active in preaching and visitation, journeying through the wilderness to New England and the South. His will and inventory indicate that he was prosperous. He died in 1745. His will was dated 23 September 1745 and affirmed 9 November 1745. The inventory was taken 25 October 1745.    Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey.       Divorces By the Court of Chancery. Chesterfield (Burlington County) Friends' Monthly Meeting Marriage Records, 1686-1800 Males, page 658:     French, Richard, of Mansfield Township, and Mary King, of Nottingham Township, dau. of Harmenus King, at the house of Harmenus King.     13th 11th mo. 1701

Richard French was a very active Friend. He was involved in Missionary work as well as involvement with his meeting. A memorandum in the family bible of Thomas Ffrench says: "December the first about ten at night my son Richard was born 1665. The Lord give him grace that hee (sic) may continually walk before him." Richard was 15 when the family emigrated to America. He was a farmer and purchased 450 acres in Mansfield Township, Burlington County. He was a faithful and zealous Friend. In 1715 he was an overseer, Elder and minister. He was active in preaching and travelled to New England and the South in his ministry. In 1701 he was a tax collector. He raised a large family, all ten of his children reaching marriageable age. The particular phraseology of his recorded papers shows a mind exceedingly careful of details, with a just and kindly spirit. His monthly meeting testified, after his death, that in the exercise of his gift in the ministry, "he labored faithfully in his declining age, and travelled much in North America."     Some individuals list Richard and Sarah's marriage as 11 Jul 1693 in Stepney Parish, London , England; Some individulas list Richard and Mary's marriage as 13 Nov 1701 in Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, NJ.       Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey Chesterfield (Burlington County) Friends' Monthly Meeting Marriage Records, 1686-1800 Males. F Divorces By the Court of Chancery. page 658 French, Richard, of Mansfield Township, and Mary King, of Nottingham Township, dau. of Harmenus King, at the house of Harmenus King. 13th 11th mo. 1701.       Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750 Calendar of New Jersey Wills Page: 188 Name: Richard French Date: 24 Jul 1745; 24 Sep 1745 Location: Mansfield, Burlington Co. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. II 1730-1750 Calendar of New Jersey Wills will of. Wife, Mary. Children--Richard, Thomas, Benjamin, Jonathan, William, Elizabeth (wife of William Schooley), Mary (wife of Preserved Brown), Rebeckah (wife of Benjamin Shreve), Sarah (wife of William Marling), and Abigail (wife of Jacob Taylor). Real and personal estate. Executor--son William. Witnesses--William Sunderland, Benjamin Shreve, Sam'l Harris. Proved Nov. 9, 1745.     Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I 1670-1730. Part I Calendar of New Jersey Wills. 17 Oct 1701 Bond of Rachel, widow, and Mathew, son of dec'd, as executors, Richard French and Charles French, all of Burlington, sign also the bond.     More About Richard French: 15 Dec 1666, Bapt. at Church of St. Peter and Paul , Nether Heyford, England, Children of Richard French and Sarah SCATTERGOOD are:
  1.   Elizabeth French, b. 1694, Nether Heyford, Northampton, England; d. 1761, Morris, NJ; m.
               William Scholey, Abt. 1717, Burlington Co., NJ; b. 01 Dec 1665, Nether Heyford,
               Northampton, England; d. 1763, Morris, NJ.
  2.   Richard French, b. 20 Oct 1696, New Jersey; m. Rachel.
  3.   Thomas French, b. 1698, Mansfield, Burlington, NJ.
Children of Richard French and Mary King are:
  4.   Mary French, b. 03 Nov 1707, Burlington Co., NJ; d. 18 Aug 1746, Burlington Co., NJ; m.
               Preserve Brown, 15 Aug 1724, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, NJ; b. 1699, Chesterfield,
               Burlington Co., NJ; d. 23 May 1760.
  5.   Rebecca French, b. Abt. 1709, Burlington, NJ; d. after 1751, Burlington, NJ;
             m. (1) Benjamin Shreve, 23 Feb 1728/29, Springfield Meeting House, Burlington County, NJ;
                 b. 09 Jun 1706, Mt. Pleasant, Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ; d. 23 Feb 1750/51,
                 Burlington County, NJ; on the old homestead;
                 m. (2) George Eagre, after 1750.
  6.   William French, b. 07 Apr 1712, Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ; d. 1781, Hanover Twp., Burlington, NJ; m.
                 Lydia Taylor, 20 Sep 1748, Burlington, NJ; b. 1716, Bordentown, Burlington, NJ; d. after 1763.
  7.   Sarah French, b. 20 Jul 1715, Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ; d. 01 Dec 1796.
  8.   Abigail French, b. 05 Jul 1717, Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ; d. after 1741;
                  m. (1) James Lewis, Jan 1736/37, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington, NJ; b. Philadelphia, PA;
                  d. Mar 1740/41, Bordentown, Burlington, NJ;
                  m. (2) Jacob Taylor, After Jan 1736/37, Burlington Monthly Meeting, Burlington, NJ.
  9.   Benjamin French, b. 11 Dec 1719, Burlington Co., NJ; d. Sep 1747, Bordentown, Burlington, New Jersey.
10.   Jonathan French, b. 27 Nov 1722, Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ; d. 1778, Burlington, NJ.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.


Generation No. 7


It clearly appears that this Sarah French who married William Marlin is not in the line.
Sarah French (daughter of Richard6) married William Morlan who moved to VA by 1758.

Who is this Sarah French who married William Marlin?

Sarah7 French (Richard6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born 20 Jul 1715 in Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ, and died 01 Dec 1796. She married William Marlin 02 Feb 1740/41. He was born Abt. 1714 in Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ. Children of Sarah French and William Marlin are:

1.   John Marlin, b. Abt. 1741, Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ; d. 16 Oct 1793, Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ.
2.   Sarah Marlin, b. Abt. 1744, Burlington Co., NJ.
3.   BENONA Marlin, b. Abt. 1746, Burlington Co., NJ.
4.   Rebecca Marlin, b. Abt. 1750, Burlington Co., NJ; Frankfort, Ross Co., Ohio.
5.   William Marlin, b. Abt. 1750, Mansfield Twp, Burlington Co., NJ.
6.   Anne Marlin, b. Abt. 1752, Chesterfield, Burlington Co., NJ.

                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.

Generation No. 8


Rebecca8 Marlin (Sarah7 French, Richard6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born Abt. 1750 in Burlington Co., NJ, and died Frankfort, Ross Co., Ohio. She married Edward Hopkins 23 Nov 1772 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey, son of George Hopkins and Rachel PAGE. (New Jersey Marriages Book H #513). He was born Abt. 1750 in Mifflin Twp, Monmouth Co., NJ, and died Dec 1806 in Allegheny Co., PA. Rebecca Marlin was believed to be descended from Thomas French according to a "Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas French", compiled and published by Howard Barclay French, Philadelphia 1909.  Buried at the Frankfort Cemetery, Ohio.

Edward Hopkins was a Revolutionary Soldier from Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. (From the Revolutionary Census of N. J. by Kenn Stryker Rodda, pub. 1972) Edward moved from Washington County, Pennsylvania before 1790 as he is listed there in the first census. His Will signed the 10th of October 1806 is in the Allegheny County, PA. Will Book #1, page 223. It was probated on the 31st of December 1806. (Source: James R. Flack, Sr. )
               LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF Edward Hopkins In the Name of God, Amen. I Edward Hopkins of Mifflin township, Allegheny County and State of Pennsylvania being at Present in a very infirm state of health, but of Sound mind and Memory, and having considered the mortality of my Body & the uncertainty of Life and I being through the goodness of Divine Providence, possessor of Considerable property both Real and Personally (the Lands lying on the waters of Sciothia) and I think it my duty to make such distributions of my substance among my Surviving family or to me shall appear just & Equitable:  Therefore, I do make and ordain this to be my last will & Testament. And first, I commend my precious soul to Almighty God who gave it and my body to be intered in the grave in a Decent Manner at the discretion of my Executors, in confidence of receiving it in the morning of the Resurrection by the Almighty Power of God. Secondly I give and Bequeth unto my beloved wife Rebecca Hopkins all my personal property to be disposed of by her in life & at her death as she may think proper. I likewise allow her the house to live in which is on the Land in Sciotha, and the land to be put into Cultivation for her Maintainance and the young Childrens, no part of the land Shall be Sold during her natural life, the Land must be divided into three Equal parts both in quality and quantity between my three sons, Moses Hopkins, Robert Hopkins, Matthew Hopkins, after a sufficient allowance of time according to the Custom of that County for Clearing the Land, a Reasonable Rent must be by them paid to their Mother towards her maintanence, all I have to say concerning the cultivation or improving of the Land I leave to my Executors, herein after named to have it done as Soon and to the best advantage they can. Robert & Matthew is to have possession of their Several Shares of the Land, when they arrive to the age of twenty one, and Moses at this present time, and moreover I give unto my Daughter Mary Waugh ten Shillings to be in one year after my decease, & also ten shillings to my daughter Sarah Herron, and also daughter Elizabeth Huffman, and also tenn Shillings to my daughter Phebe Kuykendall all to be paid in one year after my decease.  And moreover I give and bequeth to my daughter Rachel Hopkins one Cow & feather bed & beding & also my Daughter Nancy Hopkins I give & bequeth one Cow and feather Bed & Beding these things to be given the two last mentioned Daughte rs at their marriage or at their age of eighteen years, and moreover I do hereby appoint my beloved wife Rebecca Hopkins and my beloved son Moses Hopkins my Executors to Execute, and Carry into effect this my last will and testament. According to the true intent and meaning thereof, and I do hereby disanull all other Wills Legacies or Bequeathments by me heretofore made in any manner whatsoever, and do Ordain Constitute & Declare this to be my last will and Testament. In Testimony whereof I have subscribed my name & affixed my Seal this tenth day of October in the Year of Our Lord Eighteen hundred and six 1806. Prounced Signed, Sealed in Presence of us., Edward Biggs) John Allen, Coartlen King)        his Edward X Hopkins mark Allegheny County SS Before me the Subscribers Register of Wills and granting letter of Administration Came Edward Bigs & Cartlin King and were duly sworn according to law, Deposeth & Saeth.
                   Edward Hopkins Will, 10 Oct 1806, Allegheny Co., PA. Will Bk#1 page 223 #158.
Children of Rebecca Marlin and Edward Hopkins are:
  1.    Sarah Hopkins m. ----- Heron.
  2.    Rebecca Hopkins m. ----- Logan.
  3.    Elizabeth Hopkins m. ----- Huffman.
  4.    Rachel Hopkins
  5.    Nancy Hopkins
  6.    William Hopkins
  7.    Mary Hopkins, b. 29 Dec 1773, Somerset Co., NJ; d. 01 Aug 1862, Ross Co., OH.
  8.    Moses Hopkins, b. 24 Mar 1780; d. 07 Sep 1839, Ross Co., Ohio.
  9.    Phebe Hopkins, b. Abt. 1785, Pennsylvania; m. Jeremiah Kuykendall, Before 1806.
10.    Robert Hopkins, b. 07 Sep 1788, Washington Co., PA; d. 02 Aug 1865, Ross Co., Ohio.
11.    Mathew Hopkins, b. 06 Jun 1796, Washington Co., PA; d. 18 Feb 1878.


Generation No. 9


Mary9 Hopkins (Rebecca8 Marlin, Sarah7 French, Richard6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Edward2, French1) was born 29 Dec 1773 in Somerset Co., NJ, and died 01 Aug 1862 in Ross Co., OH. She married Joseph Waugh on 16 Jan 1792 in Allegheny Co., PA. He was born 04 Dec 1762 in South Farms, Morris, Litchfield Co., Connecticut, and died 12 Jan 1850 in Buckskin Twp., Ross Co., OH.   Buried at Waugh Cemetery, Ross Co., OH

Pension Record of Joseph Waugh: W.3745 Joseph Waugh was born in December 1762 or December 4, 1763 in Litchfield, Connecticut, names of his parents not given. While residing in said Litchfield, he served with the Connecticut troops, as follows: in 1776, at the age of l4, three months, officers not recollected; the year of the Danbury raid, about three months in Colonel Cooper's regiment; the year of General Arnold's treachery, six months in Captain Watson's company at the Battle of Horses's Neck; and about three months as a substitute for his brother, Thaddeus Waugh, who was an orderly sergeant in Captain Lindley's company, and served until his brother returned and took his place in the company. He was allowed a pension on his application executed, October l9, 1832, a resident of Buckskin Township, Ross Co.,Ohio. He married Jan l8, 1792 in Pennsylvania to Mary Hopkins, born Dec. 29, 1773.

Joseph Waugh came to Ross County, Ohio in 1804. He was a Doctor of Medicine in Chillicothe, Ohio and had a black beard and wore a Prince Albert coat. Years ago he stopped the "Tar and Feathering" of an abolitionist as was written up in a county history. He (a Revolutionary War Soldier) and another veteran of the War of 1812 held the crowd at bay until the speaker finished his speech and then allowed him to get a head start while they held the audience at bay with their muskets." Source: Ancestors of Donald E. Gradeless, The Waugh Family of Litchfield Co. CT., Ross County Ohio and Whitley Co., Indiana. ("I found this once while I was in Cleveland and I have never been able to find the book it was in."). Serving 16 months as Private in the Revolutioney War. Three months the year of the Danbury Raid. Three months in Col. Cooper's Regiment in the year of Gen. Arnold's Treachery. Six months in Capt. Watsons Co at the Battle of Horse Neck. Married to Mary Hopkins on 18-Jan-1792. Moved to Cumberland Co PA and then Washington Co PA and in 1804 to Ross Co Ohio. Burial: Waugh Cemetery, Ross Co., OH
Visit the Waugh Family Website - Each link below will take you to the Waugh Family Website.
Children of Mary Hopkins and Joseph Waugh are:
  1.    Rebecca Waugh b. 23 Dec 1792, Washington Co., MD; d. 21 Apr 1882, Allen Co., Indiana
  2.    Flowrilla Waugh b. 13 Oct 1794; d. 1795.
  3.    Elizabeth Waugh b. 11 Jun 1797, Allegheny Co., PA; d. 17 May 1862, Thorncreek Twp., Whitley Co., IN.
  4.    Sarah Waugh b. 28 Nov 1799; d. 26 Dec 1817.
  5.    Azuba 'Zuby' Waugh b. 29 Jan 1802, Ross Co., OH; d. 28 Feb 1889, Frankfort, Ross Co., OH.
  6.    Milo Waugh b. 23 Jan 1804, Ross Co., OH; d. 27 May 1859; m. Elizabeth KIOUS, 22 Jan 1829.
  7.    Joseph Waugh Jr. b. 03 Apr 1806, Ross Co., OH; d. 25 Jan 1890; m. Nancy Harper.
  8.    Mary Waugh born June 4, 1808, Ross Co., OH.
  9.    Rachel Waugh born June 9, 1810, Ross Co., OH.
10.    Matilda Waugh born Oct. 26, 1812, Ohio; d. 28 Aug 1894, Washington C. H., Fayette Co., OH;
                    m. Zephaniah Bryan, 07 Dec 1832.
11.    Nancy Waugh born Oct. 29, 1817, Ross Co., OH; d. 04 Oct 1882.
12.     Malinda Waugh born Oct. 21, 1819 m. Simeon H. Lucas, 24 May 1838.


                        Notes: Jeff French <jlfrench@iname.com>.
                                  Barry Hummel, Jr. <siderhummel@earthlink.net>
.
The information above on the French & Marlin Families was received from Claudia & Wick Tobias <wtobias@austin.rr.com> of Austin, Texas.




New Jersey Marriages
____________________________________________________________
from microfilm copies of original marriage bonds in possession of NJ Dept. of  Education,
Division of State Library Archives & History, filmed in 1966. "Marriages are from various
counties, and are arranged in groups by surname, but not alphabetical within groups." (Family
History Library Catalog; 0888701-0888710) I have capitalized all surnames for ease in
identification. When there was a discrepancy with a name in the body of the bond and the
signature, the difference of the signature is in parentheses An asteric * indicates spelling of
a locality as found in document.

Vol.H; 1735-1795 

#514;   Edward HOPKINS of Upper Freehold in the County of Monmouth, and Barz (Barzillai) IVINS
of Hanover in the County of Burlington...  [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500
pounds... 3 Sept 1772. ... Edward HOPKINS... obtained license of marriage for himself and for
Rebekah MARTIN (or MARLIN)... [w] John HOLMES, J. POTTS



DAR Lineage Paper:

I am the daughter of

  1. John Strohmeir born 6-12-1887 at Franklin Co. IND died at Franklin Co. Ind. on 5-17-1917 and his first wife Ethel Stone born on 10-29-1839 at Franklin Co. Ind. died at Franklin Co. Indiana on 7-18-1953 married on 2-17-1909
  2. The said John Strohmeir was the child of Charles Stormier born in 12-13-1861 at Venice, Ohio died a Franklin Co. Indiana on 12-26-1949 and his first wife Mary Marlin born on 2-5-1865 at Franklin County, Ind. died at Franklin County, Ind. on 12-19-1953 married on 2-23-1886.
  3. The said Mary Marlin was the child of Lewis S. Marlin born on 1-18-1838 at Franklin Co. Indiana buried at New Point, Decatur Co. Ind. on 6-26-1916 and his first wife Sophia Harding born on 9-14-1838 at Decatur County, Ind. died at Franklin Co. Ind. buried at New Point, Decatur Co. Ind. on 2-10-1912 married on 3-27-1862.
  4. That the said Lewis S. Marlin was the child of Samuel Marlin born on 9-14-1812 at Monmouth, N.J. died at Acton, Ind. on 3-10-1874 and his first wife Charity Amick born on 8-16-1820 at Franklin Co. Ind. died at Acton, Ind. on 8-4-1875 married on 2-2-1837.
  5. The said Samuel Marlin was the child of Nathaniel Marlin born on 7-9-1791 at Monmouth, N.J. died near Peppertown, Franklin Co. Ind. on 4-15-1873 and his first wife Sarah Garrison born on 7-22-1789 at New Jersey died at Franklin Co. Ind. on 6-1-1872 married on 5-5-1812.
  6. The said Nathaniel Marlin was the child of Nathaniel Marlin born about Oct., 1755 at Monmouth, N.J. died at Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co. N.J. before May 18, 1807 date of admin. 5-27-1807.
Proofs
2nd Gen. Franklin county Indiana Court Records
3rd Gen. Marriage Record Decatur County, Indiana, Vol. 1 p 231 and Bible of Lewis Martin
4th Gen. Franklin County, Indiana Marriage Records, Johnson County Indiana Cemetery Records, Vol. 4 p 30
5th Gen. Deed Records Book Y-Clerk's Office, Monmouth Co. NJ.

        Family Cemetery on Marlin Farm near Peppertown, Franklin Co. Ind.
6th Gen. For lineage Faces Westward by Jennie Starke McKee, P 137-139 and Nat. No. 237644

CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTIONARY ANCESTOR
Names      Dates of Birth  To Whom Married, noting if
Married more than once. 
William         9-15-1777         died 5-5-1855 unmarr.
Elizabeth   Samuel Thomson
Ann (Nancy)     William Thompson 
Nathaniel           7-9-1791          Sarah Garrison 
Charles         1-18-1795         Tamson Lane 

Letter from Jennie Stake McKee, 190 North Michigan AVenue, Greensburg, Indiana Oct 2, 1967:


        Nathaniel Marlin soldier of 1776, served as a private in Middlesex County, New Jersey Militia; received certificate 1383, amounting to 1£: 16/ 9 for the depreciation of his continental pay in the Middlesex New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War.
        Nathaniel Marlin Revolutionary soldier lived and died in Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He died in the first part of the year 1807. He had five known children:

  1. William Marlin, born September 15, 1777 - he never Married
  2. Elizabeth Marlin who married Samuel Thompson
  3. Ann (Nancy) Marlin who married William Thompson
  4. Nathaniel Marlin born July 9, 1791 Monmouth Co. N.J.
  5. Charles Marlin born January 18, 1795 died April 25, 1867

        It is from Carles Marlin that I am descended and you see why I have not pursued other Marlin's of the generation younger than Nathaniel the Revolutionary soldier
        Absolutely - I know no dates for Nathaniel, his wife, nor his burial place. It is said he is buried in Upper Freehold Township - maybe somtimes I may go there and hunt but am not interested at the moment..
        Sincerely, Jennie Starke McKee


New Jersey Colonial Documents p. 230:

1807, May 18.     Marlin, Nathaniel, of Monmouth Co. Inventory, $264.80; made by Daniel Perine and George Downs.
                          Sworn to by William Marlin, Adm'r, May 21, 1807. File 8726 M.


Nathaniel MARLIN
Born: 1755 died 18 MAY 1807 

children
     Elizabeth MARLIN Marrie: 19 FEB 1799 Samuel T. THOMPSON  
     Ann (Nancy) MARLIN Married 28 JUN 1798 William THOMPSON  
     Mary MARLIN 1788 died 7 AUG 1854 Franklin Co,IN m Joseph THROCKMORTON  
     Nathaniel MARLIN 9 JUL 1791 Upper Freehold, NJ died 15 APR 1873  
                      married 5 MAY 1812 Peppertown,IN   Sarah GARRISON  
     Charles MARLIN 18 JAN 1795 Upper Freehold, NJ died 25 APR 1867 Franklin Co,IN  
                      married Tamzon LANE  
     William MARLIN 15 SEP 1777 Upper Freehold, NJ died 5 MAY 1855 Peppertown, IN  
_________________________________________________

Check Coffee Creak Baptist Church Records
For more Hopkins and Marlin Records in Jennings Co., Indiana


HISTORY OF WESTERN NEBRASKA History of Western Nebraska, page 139:

      WILLIAM MARLIN, who may be termed one of the pioneers of Scottsbluff, as he built one of the first houses in the place, has been a farmer almost all his life, and a resident of Nebraska for forty-three years. He has witnessed great changes in that time and has done his part in agricultural development.
      William Marlin was born in Franklin county, Indiana, February 19, 1852. His parents were Charles and Mary (Ralf) Marlin, the former of whom was born in New Jersey and the latter in New York. The father was a farmer in Indiana and died there at the age of seventy-two years. The mother came to Nebraska and died in Frontier county at the age of seventy years. Their family consisted of three daughters and five sons, William being the second born.
      In the country schools near his father's farm in Indiana, William Marlin obtained his schooling. He grew up on the home farm and remained in Indiana until he was twenty-four years of age, then came to Nebraska, settling first near Red Cloud, in Webster county. Two years later, however, he moved to a safer section, in Frontier county and homesteaded there. For twenty-two years Mr. Marlin resided on his homestead, developing and improving it, and then moved to Scottsbluff, induced to some extent to come into town in order to give his children better educational advantages. As one of the early settlers here, he has been concerned in many ways with the town's progress. He owns his own comfortable residence here and also has one hundred and sixty acres of irrigated land.
      Mr. Marlin was married December 24, 1875 to Miss Amanda Ray, who was born in Decatur county Indiana, and the following children have been born to them: John, a farmer living near Scottsbluff; Dore R., lives on a farm near Scottsbluff; Jesse H., also a farmer near Scottsbluff; Clifford, lives at Scottsbluff; Otis, who has seen six years service in the United States Marine corps, is a captain in rank and is now stationed in the Danish West Indies; Benjamin H., lives in Scottsbluff county; Cora, resides at home; Mrs. Lenora Ashbough, lives in the county; William, a farmer; and Viola, lives with her parents. Mrs. Marlin is a member of the Presbyterian church. In politics Mr. Marlin is a Republican but has never sought public office.



Marlin in New Jersey:

John Marlin, b. c 1692 lived Burlington Co., New Jersey, m. Sarah Tucker

Nathaniel Marlin, born about 1750 and died in 1807, in Freehold, Monmouth county NJ.

John Marlin of Burlington Co. NJ who married Ann Burtis

Marlin in the 1790 Census Index
There is no 1790 Census for New Jersey
Abrm Marlin       Castleton, Richmond, NY
John Marlin       Castleton, Richmond, NY
James Marlin      Rowan, NC
Jas, Esqr Marlin  Rowan, NC
John Marlin       Rowan, NC
John, Jur Marlin  Rowan, NC
Thomas Marlin     Rowan, NC
Joshuah Marlin    Cumberland, PA
Jean Marlin       York, PA
Henry Marlin      York, PA
Edward Marlin     Charleston, SC
Marlin in the 1800 Census Index
There is no 1800 Census for New Jerse
John Marlin       Anne Arundel, MD
George Marlin     Caroline, MD
George Marlin     District 1, Frederick, MD
James Marlin      Kent, MD
Thomas Marlin     Kent, MD
Jonathan Marlin   Bedford, Hillsborough, NH
Manusseh Marlin   Pawling, Dutchess, NY
Jacob Marlin      Manheim, Montgomery, NY
Henry Marlin      New York Ward 7, New York, NY
William Marlin    Marlborough, Ulster, NY
Ebenezer Marlin   Westfield, Washington, NY
Robert Marlin     Lincoln, NC
George Marlin     Salisbury, Mecklenburg, NC
John Marlin       Fayetteville, Moore, NC
William Marlin    Hillsborough, Orange, NC
David Marlin      Salisbury, Rowan, NC
James Marlin      Salisbury, Rowan, NC
James Marlin      Salisbury, Rowan, NC
John Marlin       Salisbury, Rowan, NC
John Marlin       Salisbury, Rowan, NC
Joseph Marlin     Salisbury, Rowan, NC
John Marlin       Juniata, Cumberland, PA
Patrick Marlin    Franklin, Greene, PA
Thomas Marlin     Columbia, Lancaster, PA
James Marlin      Philadelphia Cedar Ward, Philadelphia, PA
Robt Marlin       Chanceford, York, PA
William Marlin    Chanceford, York, PA
Elenor Marlin     Abbeville, Abbeville, SC
Jona Marlin       Bradford, Orange, VT
Walker Marlin     Brookfield, Orange, VT

Marlin in New Jersey States Census Records
Robert Marlin      Cumberland Co.   Fairfield Township        1773
Robert Marlin      Cumberland Co.   Fairfield Township        1773

Robert Marlin      Cumberland Co.   Fairfield Township        1774
Robert Marlin      Cumberland Co.   Fairfield Township        1774
Robert Marlin      Cumberland Co.   Fairfield Township        1774
Charles Marlin     Salem Co.        Lower Penns Neck Township 1774

Benjamin* Marlin   Middlesex Co.    New Brunswick             1782

John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingborough            1793

John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingborotax List       1797
John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingborotax List       1797

John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1802
John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1802

Adam * Marlin      Somerset Co.     Bernards Township         1805

John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1806
John Marlin        Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1806
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1806
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1806

William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1808
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1808

William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1811
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1811
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1812
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1812
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1813
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1813
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1814
William Marlin     Burlington Co.   Willingboro               1814

Biographical annals of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania , J. H. Beers & Co. 1904, page 662:

John Peter Shindel (II), usually known as Peter Shindel, generally signing his name in that manner, born August 21, 1766, died September 17, 1829. He was a soldier in the war of the Revolution, served as a member of the State Legislature, was a jsutice of the peave for many years, and chief burgess of the borough of Lebanon from 1823 to 1826. . . . .children:
(9) Margaret married John Marlin of Schuylkill County.

Biographical annals of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania , J. H. Beers & Co. 1904, pages 669-670.
John Marlin
married to
Margaret Shindel daughter of John Peter Shindel
1.  Peter Shindel married Maria Reed
     John Marlin married Mary Bornw of Newark, NJ
     Maria Shindel married B. Hughes
     Keesey Shindel married ----- Wood
     Susan Shindel William James of Kent England
     Eliza Shindel William Saylor
     Viringia Shindel married Harry Wind


Maria Shindel
married
B. Hughes
     William
     Morgan
     John
     George
     Elizabeth (Mrs. Frost)
     Frank

Elizabeth Hughes
married
John R. Frost
     Herbert married ada Butterfield
     Frank married Mary Clark
     Cora
     Nettie

Morgan Hughes married Lavina
     Albert
     Stells married Edward Adams
     Lavinia

Eliza Hughes
     John Saylor married Minnie Rakestraw
     Ada Saylor married Edward Smith
     William Saylor
     Martin Saylor

Susan Marlin and William James
     Virginia James married Hon. C. N. Brumm
     Joan James married Joseph Wolf
     William married Mary McDonald
     Harry James
     Nevada James

Virginia Marlin and Harry Wind
     Alice Wind marry Harry Cooley
     Lilly Wind married James Hauck

Keesey Marlin married ----- Wood
     Alice Marlin
     Edwin Marlin

Virginia James married Hon. C. N. Brumm
     Howell Brumm
     Cluade Brumm
     Frnak Brumm
     Seth Brumm
     Susan Brumm
     Joan Brumm

Monmouth County New Jersey Deeds
By Richard S. Hutchinson
Monmouth County Deeds - Book "B" page 54:

[page 45] Deed Thomas Statham to Lewis Morris
.. Thomas Statham now of the Tonneshipe of West Chester .. [sells to] ... Lewis Morris of Shrosburg ... the within menconed Blackstone horsse for a vallwable consideration .. [Dated - 3 August 1685; signed = Thomas Stratham, witnesses, Daniel Mallson, John Marlon]

[29 Jun 1687 - John Marlin appeared in Court before Justice John Throckmorton and Peter Tilton, recorded - Rob. Hamilton, Clk]



Some Commonly found Marlin Family Information

Generation 1

Maybe John Morlan / Marlon
Born: 30 Nov 1657, Bedford County Virginia, USA  	
Died: 1720 Nottingham, Burlington County, New Jersey
married c 1709
Sarah Tucker
born 1796
died 1748 Burlington County New Jersey
     John Morlan
     William Marlin 1714 Burlington Co., New Jersey
This may be a completely differnet William Morlan who ended up in bedford Co VA?
There is not Proof that John Morlan is related to William Marlin

Generation 2

William Marlin (some claim he is the son of John Morlan)
born c 1714 in Willingsboro, Burlington Co., NJ.
married 02 Feb 1740/41 to
Sarah French daughter of Richard French
was born 20 Jul 1715 in Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ
died 01 Dec 1796
Children
1.   John Marlin, c 1741, Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ
2.   Sarah Marlin, c 1744, Burlington Co., NJ.
3.   Benona Marlin, c 1746, Burlington Co., NJ.
4.   Rebecca Marlin, c 1750, Burlington Co., NJ 
5.   William Marlin, c 1750, Mansfield Twp, Burlington Co., NJ.
6.   Anne Marlin,   c 1752, Chesterfield, Burlington Co., NJ.

Generation 3

John Marlin son of William & Sarah (French) Marlin born c 1741, Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ died 16 Oct 1793, Willingsboro, Burlington, NJ. married 23 May 1763 to Ann Burtis daughter of Richard & Ann (Bullock) Burtis Born 1739 in Chesterfield, Monmouth, New Jersey Hannah Marlin born 9 Apr 1764 William Marlin Rebecca Marlin daughter of of William & Sarah (French) Marlin born c 1750 in Burlington Co., NJ died Frankfort, Ross Co., Ohio. She married 23 Nov 1772 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey, (New Jersey Marriages Book H #513). Edward Hopkins son of George & Rachel (Page) Hopkins born c 1750 in Mifflin Twp, Monmouth Co., New Jersey died Dec 1806 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Visit the Hopkins Family Website Children of Rebecca Marlin and Edward Hopkins are: 1. Sarah Hopkins m. ----- Heron. 2. Rebecca Hopkins m. ----- Logan. 3. Elizabeth Hopkins m. ----- Huffman. 4. Rachel Hopkins 5. Nancy Hopkins 6. William Hopkins 7. Mary Hopkins, b. 29 Dec 1773, Somerset Co., NJ 8. Moses Hopkins, b. 24 Mar 1780; d. 07 Sep 1839, Ross Co., Ohio. 9. Phebe Hopkins, b. Abt. 1785, Pennsylvania; m. Jeremiah Kuykendall, Before 1806. 10. Robert Hopkins, b. 07 Sep 1788, Washington Co., PA; d. 02 Aug 1865, Ross Co., Ohio. 11. Mathew Hopkins, b. 06 Jun 1796, Washington Co., PA; d. 18 Feb 1878.

Generation 4

Hannah Marlin daughter of John & Anna Marlin
Born: 9 Apr 1764, Beverly, New Jersey
Died: 8 Jan 1849, Willingboro Twp, Burlington, New Jersey


Mary Hopkins daughter of Edward and Rebecca (Marlin) Hopkins born 29 Dec 1773 in Somerset Co., NJ died 01 Aug 1862 in Ross Co., Ohio married 16 Jan 1792 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Joseph Waugh born 04 Dec 1762 in South Farms, Morris, Litchfield Co., Connecticut died 12 Jan 1850 in Buckskin Twp., Ross Co., Ohio Buried at Waugh Cemetery, Ross Co., Ohio Visit the Waugh Family Website - Each link below will take you to the Waugh Family Website. Children of Mary Hopkins and Joseph Waugh are: Rebecca Waugh b. 23 Dec 1792, Washington Co., MD or Pennsylvania? Flowrilla Waugh b. 13 Oct 1794; d. 1795. Elizabeth Waugh b. 11 Jun 1797, Allegheny Co., PA Sarah Waugh b. 28 Nov 1799; d. 26 Dec 1817. Azuba 'Zuby' Waugh b. 29 Jan 1802, Ross Co., OH Milo Waugh b. 23 Jan 1804, Ross Co., OH Joseph Waugh Jr. b. 03 Apr 1806, Ross Co., OH Mary Waugh born June 4, 1808, Ross Co., OH Rachel Waugh born June 9, 1810, Ross Co., OH Matilda Waugh born Oct. 26, 1812, Ohio Nancy Waugh born Oct. 29, 1817, Ross Co., OH Malinda Waugh born Oct. 21, 1819

Another Commonly Found Marlin Family


Possibly Generation 3

Nathaniel Marlin
Born 1755
Died 18 May 1807, Upper Freehold Twp, Monmouth Co. New Jersey
Wife Undocumented
known Children (undocumented):
     William Marlin    15 Sep 1777
     Ann Marlin
     Elizabeth Marlin
     Mary Marlin              1788
     Nathaniel Marlin   9 Jul 1791
     Charles G. Marlin 16 Jan 1795

Generation 4

William Marlin son of Nathaniel Marlin born 15 September 1777 Upper Freehold Twp. Monmouth county, NJ died 5 May 1855 Peppertown, Franklin county, Indiana
Ann (Nancy) Marlin daughter of Nathaniel Marlin born c 1778-1782 Married 28 June 1798 to William Thompson
Elizabeth Marlin daughter of Nathaniel Marlin born c 1778-1782 Married: 19 February 1799 to Samuel T. Thompson
Mary Marlin daughter of Nathaniel Marlin born 1788 Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co., NJ died 7 August 1854 Franklin County Indiana married 11 Sept 1809 in Monmouth Co. NJ to Joseph Throckmorton born 26 April 1790 in Monmouth Co., NJ died 7 April 1856 Elizabeth Throckmorton 1830
Nathaniel Marlin son of Nathaniel Marlin born 9 July 1791 Upper Freehold Twp, Monmouth Co., NJ died 15 April 1873 Peppertown, Franklin County, Indiana married 5 MAY 1812 Monmouth Co. NJ to Sarah Garrison born 22 jul 1789, Monmouth Co. NJ died 1 June 1872 Peppertown, Franklin County, Indiana known children: Samuel Marlin born 14 Sep 1812 Ann Marlin born 31 Oct 1815 Nathaniel Marlin born 29 Mar 1818 Mary Marlin born 3 Sep 1820 Sarah Marlin born 25 Mar 1823 Lewis Marlin born 26 Aug 1825 Francis Fanny Marlin born 27 Dec 1827 William H Marlin born 12 Aug 1830
Charles G. Marlin son of Nathaniel Marlin born 18 January 1795 Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth Co., NJ died 25 April 1867 Franklin Co,IN married c 1822 to Tamzon Lane born 9 Aug 1800 Pennsylvania died 4 July 1843 Wesley Marlin born 13 Mar 1823 in Franklin Co., Indiana Sarah A Marlin born 19 Mar 1833 in Franklin Co, Indiana Ann Marlin born 1840 married 29 Aug 1849 Franklin County Indiana to Mary Ralph born 1828 New York died 1898 Franklin County Indiana Sarah Marlin born 1851 Franklin Co., Indiana Willaim G Marlin born 19 Feb 1852 Franklin Co., Indiana Cicero Marlin born 22 Jan 1854 in Salt Creek Twp. Twp., Franklin Co., Indiana Paul Marlin born 1856 Franklin Co., Indiana Mary Marlin born 12 Sep 1858 Franklin Co., Indiana Leona Marlin born 1 Jan 1862 Franklin Co., Indiana Ethan Allen Marlin born 27 Apr 1865 Franklin Co., Indiana Charles Grant Marlin born 7 Oct 1867 Franklin Co., Indiana

Generation 5

Samuel Marlin son of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 14 Sep 1812 in Monmouth Co.,, New Jersey
Ann Marlin daughter of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 31 Oct 1815 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey
Nathaniel Marlin son of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 29 Mar 1818 in Upper Freehold Twp, Monmouth Co, New Jersey
Mary Marlin daughter of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 3 Sep 1820 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey
Sarah Marlin daughter of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 25 Mar 1823 born in Monmouth Co., New Jersey
Lewis Marlin son of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 26 Aug 1825 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey
Francis Fanny Marlin daughter of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 27 Dec 1827 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey
William H Marlin son of Nathaniel & Sarah (Garrison) Marlin born 12 Aug 1830 Indiana, USA


Another Commonly found Marlin Family

Generation 1

Ralph Marlin
Born:  1708 resided in Cumberland Co. Pennsylvania
Died:  1781
     John Marlin          1733  	  
     Joshua Marlin 27 Dec 1745 in Cumberland Co, Pennsylvania 
Generation 2

John Marlin son of Ralph Marlin
Born: 1733 Pennsyvlania
Died: 1806 Cumberland Co, Pennsylvania
married to
Jane ---- died 1806
     John Marlin   1782  
     Sarah Marlin  1784


Joshua Marlin  son of Ralph Marlin
Born: 27 Dec 1745 Cumberland Co, Pennsylvania
Died: 30 Mar 1828 Cumberland Co, Pennsylvania
married 25 Mar 1776 Cumberland Co. Pennsylvania to
Agnes McCullough daughter of Robert and Sarah (Thomas) McCullough
Born  6 Aug 1758  Conococheqgue Settlement Pennsylvania,
     William Marlin 
     Sarah Marlin
     Jesse Marlin
     Ralph Marlin
     Latice Marlin
     Joshua Marlin
     Agnes Marlin
     Elizabeth Marlin
     Robert Marlin
     Samuel Marlin
     Letitia Marlin 1794



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