Person:Reinold Marvin (6)

Reinold Marvin
d.bet 23 May 1662 and 28 Oct 1662 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States
m. bef 1581
  1. Edward Marvinest 1581 - bet 1622
  2. Thomas Marvinest 1583 -
  3. Richard Marvinest 1585 -
  4. Robert Marvinest 1587 -
  5. Margaret Marvinest 1589 - 1595/96
  6. Mary Marvinest 1591 -
  7. Reinold Marvin1593 - 1593
  8. John Marvin1593 - 1593
  9. Reinold Marvin1594 - bet 1662
  10. Elizabeth Marvinest 1597 -
  11. Matthew Marvin1600 - bet 1678/79
  • HReinold Marvin1594 - bet 1662
  • WMarie UnknownAbt 1596 - 1633
m. bef 1618
  1. William Marvin1618 -
  2. Elizabeth Marvin1621 -
  3. Mary Marvin1622 -
  4. John Marvin1626 - 1626
  5. Elizabeth Marvin1627 - Bef 1682/83
  6. Sarah Marie Marvin1629 -
  7. Lt Reinold Marvin, Jr1631 - 1676
  8. Mary Marvin1636 - 1713/14
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5] Reinold Marvin
Gender Male
Christening[1][2] 25 Oct 1594 Great Bentley, Essex, EnglandSt. Mary's Church
Marriage bef 1618 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
to Marie Unknown
Residence[2] 1618 Great Bentley, Essex, England
Emigration[4] 1638
Residence[4] 1638 Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death[2] bet 23 May 1662 and 28 Oct 1662 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United StatesBetween date of will and date of inventory.
Will[2] 23 May 1662 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States
Estate Inventory[2] 28 Oct 1662 Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United StatesInventory
Probate[2] 9 Jul 1663 Will presented to court and administration granted to son "Renold".
Burial[2][6] Duck River Cemetery, Old Lyme, New London, Connecticut, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Marvin, William Theophilus Rogers. The English Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, Ct., 1638: Their Homes and Parish Churches. (Boston, Mass.: T.R. Marvin & Son, Publishers, 1900), 111.

    This source errs in saying that the Reinold Marvin who emigrated to New England was the one baptized 7 June 1593. Subsequent research, by 1904, established that the 1593 Reinold was buried the day after his baptism and that this Reinold was baptized at Great Bentley 25 Oct 1594.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Marvin, George Franklin, and William Theophilus Rogers Marvin. Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford Ct., 1638 and 1635: Sons of Edward Marvin of Great Bentley, England. (Boston, MA: T.R. Marvin & Son, Publishers, 1904), 29-35.

    Reinold, son of Edward and Margaret Marvin, was baptized 25 Oct. 1594, in St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, Essex, England. He died in Lyme, Ct., in the summer of 1662; his will is dated May 23 [1662]; the Inventory was presented 28 October of that year.

  3. Copy of Original Record from St. Mary's Church, Great Bentley, co. Essex.

    Ano Dom 1594: Renold Marvin son of Edwd Marvin bapt the 25th day [of October].

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Matthew Marvin, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 5:69.

    Matthew Marvin was brother of Reinold Marvin {1638, Hartford} [TAG 18:12].

  5. Coddington, John Insley. Notes on the Ancestry of Reinold and Matthew Marvin. American Genealogist (D.L. Jacobus). (Jul 1941), 18:12.

    Reinold, Renold, Renald, Renall, etc., bap. at Great Bentley 25 Oct. 1594. He received from his father lands called Moysses, in the parish of Great Oakley, but he lived in Great Bentley, and was overseer of the latter parish in 1625 and 1637, and churchwarden in 1627, 1633 and 1634. He was taxed for ship-money at Great Bentley in 1636. He migrated to New England late in 1637 or early in 1638, and was in Hartford, Conn., with his younger brother Matthew, in 1638. He seems to have removed to Farmington in 1639-40, and afterwards to Saybrook, where he was made a freeman 20 May 1658. Still later, he removed to that part of Saybrook which later became Lyme, Conn., and there he d. in the summer of 1662. He m. in 1617 or 1618 Mary -----, who d. in that part of Saybrook which later became Lyme in the summer of 1661. Her death was attributed to witchcraft on the part of Nicholas Jennings of Saybrook and his wife Margaret. Reinold and Mary Marvin had nine children. There is a detailed account of this family in Descendants, pp. 26 and 29-35.

  6. Reinold Marvin, in Find A Grave.