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Note for:   Daniel Marlatt,   9 JAN 1772 - 31 JUL 1848         Index
Burial:   
     Place:   Cherry Fork Cemetery, Adams Co, Ohio

Note:    l792 Daniel Marlatt who possibly joined the Militia of Va. or N.J. to volunteer to go on the expedition to the wilderness (Ohio) to survey land for settlements. He was of the age of 20 at that time. The land grants were given in l796 and possibly he received one for his service.

l796 Daniel on List of Settlers from Va. Rev. War soldiers to Adams Co., O.
l804 Daniel bought a lot in Adams co.
l804 Daniel settled on the Marlatt farm west of North Liberty
l8l0 Daniel on tax list
l8ll Daniel bought land from Henry Massie for $l5.
l8l2 Daniel on tax list Adams Co., Wayne twp
l812 Daniel served in War of l8lI -I have record
l8l7 Joseph Marlatt from Mercer Co., Pa to Ohio with l6 children
l820 Joseph Marlatt erected a mill on Brush Creek at the mouth of Horner's Run
l820 Daniel bought land from Henry Massie Vol. 6 page 652
l820 Daniel bought land from Henry Massie Vol. p.279
24 Aug l832 Daniel and Joseph Marlatt bought land Vol. l5 p. 384
21 Aug l832 Daniel and Silas bought land Vol. l5 p. 385
l5 Aug l832 Silas and Joseph bought land Vol. l5 p. 382

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Note for:   George Merlet,   1685 - WFT Est. 1724-1776         Index
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jacmac/merlet-marlet.htm

George Marlet (also written Marlett and Merlet), the son of Josias Marlet and his first wife, Sarah Bowne, was born in about 1685 on Staten Island, New York. He was later married in New Jersey to a woman named Hannah Howe. George and Hannah resided in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Known issue: (Surname Marlet)

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Note for:   Joseph (Josias) Merlet Mellott,   17 SEP 1645 - 1715         Index
Christening:   
     Date:   17 SEP 1645
     Place:   Leiden, Holland

Note:    [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #2531, Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999]

Settled in Woodbridg, NJ in 1696, later sold his lands there in 1708 and
moved away. Children: Joseph, George, Anne married Alex Scobie.





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Administratrix bond signed by Sarah Marlet, [her mark], "widdow of Jofeph Marlett, decfd.," and his Administratrix, and George Marlet, [his mark], and Thomas Cherry, [his mark], of the County of Monmouth, yeomen. Dated May 23, 1715. Wits.: Thomas Gordon and Richard Wood.

Oath of administratrix, Sarah Marlet; before Thomas Gordon, Surrogate, May 25, 1715.


State of New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc
Marlett, Joseph. Vol. 10, pp. 169-172. B. 1,
p. 280. Middlesex. Int. 1710.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jacmac/merlet-marlet.htm

Josias Marlet (also written Merlet), the son of Gideon Merlet and Marguerite Martijn, was born at Leiden in the Province of Zuid Holland, the Netherlands. He was subsequently christened in the Walloon (Protestant) Church at Leiden on 17 September 1645. As a young man, Josias emigrated with his parents to America, where they settled on Staten Island in what is now Richmond County, New York.

Josias was apparently married twice during his life. He married as his first wife, a woman named Sarah Bowne, in New York. Unfortunately, no additional information has been found concerning Sarah or her parentage. Although Josias and Sarah continued to reside on Staten Island after their marriage, they eventually moved to New Jersey.

According to available land records, Josias, along with Abraham Luten, purchased land at Woodbridge in Middlesex County, New Jersey on 21 August 1696 from Stephen and Mary Kent. Even though Josias purchased land in New Jersey in 1696, he appears to have maintained a dual residency between Staten Island and New Jersey for several years, as the Richmond County records indicate that he was elected Constable of the South Division of Staten Island in 1699.

After his first wife passed away, Josias (also referred to as Joseph Marlet) married for a second time to a woman named Rebecca Du Foert (also written Dufort and Denfort). This marriage took place in the New York City Dutch Reformed Church in New York County, New York on 4 December 1707. After their marriage, Josias and Rebecca settled in Middlesex County, New Jersey. There are no known issue from Josias Marlet's second marriage.

Issue from 1st marriage: (Surname Marlet)

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Note for:   Sarah Aliar Le Fleve Peatt,   WFT Est. 1641-1664 - WFT Est. 1688-1752         Index
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Administratrix bond signed by Sarah Marlet, [her mark], "widdow of Jofeph Marlett, decfd.," and his Administratrix, and George Marlet, [his mark], and Thomas Cherry, [his mark], of the County of Monmouth, yeomen. Dated May 23, 1715. Wits.: Thomas Gordon and Richard Wood.

Oath of administratrix, Sarah Marlet; before Thomas Gordon, Surrogate, May 25, 1715.