Note: LDS Ancestral File The Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Connecticut. Compiled and published by Edwin Hall, pastor of the First Congregational Church of Norwalk, Connecticut. New York: Baker & Scribner, published 1847. Faithfully transcribed, indexed and contributed to the Fairfield Co, CT USGenWeb Project by Barbara Kaye, March 1999. The Norwalk Genealogical Registry. The following items concerning the family of Matthew Marvin, were received from T.R. Marvin, of Boston, from a record of the names of persons permitted to embark at the port of London after Christmas, 1634, contained in a MS. folio, at the Augmentation office (so called). Under the date of 15th April, 1634, is the following entry: "These parties, hereafter expressed, are to be transported to New England, imbarked in the increase, Robert Lea, Master, having taken the oath of allegiance and supremacy, a also being conformable, etc., whereof they brought testimony per certif. from the justices and ministers where their abodes have lately been." (The following names are included in said list:). "Husbandman, Matthew Marvin Age 35 yrs. Uxor Elizabeth Marvin, 31. Elizabeth Marvin, daughter, 13. Matthew Marvin, 8. Marie Marvin, 6. Sarah Marvin, 3. Hannah Marvin, ?. (3). Reinold Marvin, who removed to Saybrook in 1639, and his brother Matthew Marvin were among the original settlers of Hartford, Conn, represented the town of Norwalk in the General Court in 1654."
Ibid. He had six children.
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