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Source for:   Isaac Marlett,   31 DEC 1797 -          Index

Name source:    S004117
"Gideon Marlett was born January 14, 1747/1748. Gideon died December 13, 1820 at age 73. Some sources (and possibly the tombstone) say he died December 13, 1822. His body was interred December 1820 in Jackson Cemetary, Naverine, NY. According to Herbert and Mildred Marlette's report, the tombstone inscription reads: "died Dec. 13th 1822 aged 73 years and 10 mo."

He married Mary Quackenbush. Mary was born March 8, 1753. Mary died 11/25/1825 at age 72. According to the Onodagas (County, NY) Historical Associations Volume of Revolutionary Soldiers, page 295, comes the following: Gideon Marlett, Ens. in 1st Company (Capt. Jacob Gardiner of 3rd Battalion (Col. Fredrick Fisher) of Tyron County New York consisted of what persently are counties Fulton, Montgomery, Ontario, Herkimer, Otsego, Tioga, and Hamilton.

Gideon Marlett and Mary Quackenbush had the following Children


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Source for:   Margaret Marlett,   20 AUG 1791 -          Index

Name source:    S004117
"Gideon Marlett was born January 14, 1747/1748. Gideon died December 13, 1820 at age 73. Some sources (and possibly the tombstone) say he died December 13, 1822. His body was interred December 1820 in Jackson Cemetary, Naverine, NY. According to Herbert and Mildred Marlette's report, the tombstone inscription reads: "died Dec. 13th 1822 aged 73 years and 10 mo."

He married Mary Quackenbush. Mary was born March 8, 1753. Mary died 11/25/1825 at age 72. According to the Onodagas (County, NY) Historical Associations Volume of Revolutionary Soldiers, page 295, comes the following: Gideon Marlett, Ens. in 1st Company (Capt. Jacob Gardiner of 3rd Battalion (Col. Fredrick Fisher) of Tyron County New York consisted of what persently are counties Fulton, Montgomery, Ontario, Herkimer, Otsego, Tioga, and Hamilton.

Gideon Marlett and Mary Quackenbush had the following Children


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Source for:   Harold Chase,   2 NOV 1901 - 4 JUL 1916         Index

Name source:    S004120
Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999

Name source:    S004160
Tree #1033
Date of Import: Oct 29, 1999

Birth source:    S004160
Tree #1033
Date of Import: Oct 29, 1999

Death source:    S004160
Tree #1033
Date of Import: Oct 29, 1999

Death source: CAUS    S004120
Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999

Burial source:    S004120
Date of Import: Oct 10, 1999


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Source for:   Cornelius Marlett,   3 SEP 1786 -          Index

Name source:    S004117
"Gideon Marlett was born January 14, 1747/1748. Gideon died December 13, 1820 at age 73. Some sources (and possibly the tombstone) say he died December 13, 1822. His body was interred December 1820 in Jackson Cemetary, Naverine, NY. According to Herbert and Mildred Marlette's report, the tombstone inscription reads: "died Dec. 13th 1822 aged 73 years and 10 mo."

He married Mary Quackenbush. Mary was born March 8, 1753. Mary died 11/25/1825 at age 72. According to the Onodagas (County, NY) Historical Associations Volume of Revolutionary Soldiers, page 295, comes the following: Gideon Marlett, Ens. in 1st Company (Capt. Jacob Gardiner of 3rd Battalion (Col. Fredrick Fisher) of Tyron County New York consisted of what persently are counties Fulton, Montgomery, Ontario, Herkimer, Otsego, Tioga, and Hamilton.

Gideon Marlett and Mary Quackenbush had the following Children


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Source for:   Mary Polly Marlett,   15 APR 1783 -          Index

Name source:    S004117
"Gideon Marlett was born January 14, 1747/1748. Gideon died December 13, 1820 at age 73. Some sources (and possibly the tombstone) say he died December 13, 1822. His body was interred December 1820 in Jackson Cemetary, Naverine, NY. According to Herbert and Mildred Marlette's report, the tombstone inscription reads: "died Dec. 13th 1822 aged 73 years and 10 mo."

He married Mary Quackenbush. Mary was born March 8, 1753. Mary died 11/25/1825 at age 72. According to the Onodagas (County, NY) Historical Associations Volume of Revolutionary Soldiers, page 295, comes the following: Gideon Marlett, Ens. in 1st Company (Capt. Jacob Gardiner of 3rd Battalion (Col. Fredrick Fisher) of Tyron County New York consisted of what persently are counties Fulton, Montgomery, Ontario, Herkimer, Otsego, Tioga, and Hamilton.

Gideon Marlett and Mary Quackenbush had the following Children