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Capt Gideon "Rev-Sold" Martin
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Birth: Sep. 24, 1740
Windham
Windham County
Connecticut, USA
Death: May 19, 1807

Gideon Martin brought his mother Sarah, as well as his family to the wildnerss home in Randolph, VT, he was the 4th settler there.
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Gideon and Rachel MARTIN came from Connecticut to Randolph, and were among the first settlers in that town. They reared a family of nine children -five boys and four girls-all but one of whom lived to mature age and were married. His occupation is listed as Tax Collector.

Children
Anna Marsh Martin b: 18 MAR 1767 in Windham, CT
Lucinda Martin b: 16 APR 1769 in Windham, CT
Esther Martin b: 20 MAR 1771 in Windham, CT
Rufus Martin b: 25 MAY 1773 in Windham, CT
Timothy Martin b: 9 APR 1778 in Windham, CT
Sarah Martin b: 27 MAY 1780 in Windham, CT
Mary Martin b: 2 APR 1785 in Randolph, VT
Erastus Martin b: 15 MAY 1786 in Woodstock, VT
Levi Martin b: 1 FEB 1790 in Randolph, VT
Jesse Martin b: 3 FEB 1792 in Randolph, VT

Jesse MARTIN, the youngest in the family, was born February 3, 1792. He married Betsey FISH, February 4, 1813, by whom he had seven children -- four sons and three daughters

[Gideon's grandchildren]
1 - Melissa, the eldest, was born December 3, 1814;
2- second child died in infancy;
3 - Saphira was born April 15, 1817;
4- Norman F., September 10, 1819;
5 - Nelson H., September 9, 1821;
6 - Eliza E., October 6, 1827; and
7 - Jesse W., February 3, 1832. "Jesse W. has always lived in Randolph and Braintree, in the latter town since 1863, where he has followed the dual occupation of painter and farmer. He married Louisa B. FALES, of Pomfret, Windsor county, November 29, 1854, and they have had born to them five daughters and one son, as follows: Ida Edith, born January 20, 1856; Emma Alice, born May 11, 1858; Ida Emma, born March 9, 1861; Minnie Edna, born October 6, 1863; Jessie Eliza, born August 1, 1870; Elwin Fales, born August 31, 1872. Ida Emma and Elwin F. are the only ones now living. Mr. MARTIN is deacon of the Congregational church at Snowsville. He resides just outside of the village, on road 10."
http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/OrangeBraintree.html

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Tall black stone and flag next to wife Rachel's white one -aisle right end
Sept 24, 1740 -- Jan 19,1808 67 years

Cement slab--
Gideon Martin Connecticut - Capt. Lt Horse Trp - 5 Regt - Revolutionary War 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  George Martin (1712 - 1794)
  Sarah E. Durkee Martin (1714 - 1806)
 
 Spouse:
  Rachel Heath Martin (1747 - 1849)*
 
 Children:
  Anna Marsh Martin Lamson (1767 - 1849)*
  Rufus M. Martin (1773 - 1864)*
  Timothy Martin (1778 - 1829)*
  Erastus Martin (1786 - 1864)*
  Levi Martin (1790 - 1839)*
  Jesse Martin (1792 - 1868)*
 
 Siblings:
  Jonathan Martin (1734 - 1744)**
  David Martin (1735 - 1823)**
  Grace Martin Utley (1738 - 1775)*
  Sarah Martin Brown (1739 - 1820)*
  Gideon Martin (1740 - 1807)
  Aaron Martin (1742 - 1819)*
  Mercy Martin (1744 - 1747)*
  Jonathan Martin (1746 - 1746)*
  Lucy Martin Flint (1747 - 1827)*
  George Martin (1751 - 1751)*
  William Martin (1751 - 1816)*
  George Martin (1753 - 1830)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
Gideon Martin, Rev. War, Horse Trp. Sept. 1740- Jan 19 1802
 
Burial:
South View Cemetery
Randolph
Orange County
Vermont, USA
 
Created by: Rachel Bell
Record added: May 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52564649
Capt Gideon Rev-Sold Martin
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Capt Gideon Rev-Sold Martin
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Capt Gideon Rev-Sold Martin
Added by: Rachel Bell
 
 
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My 4th great grandfather. What a strong and patriotic man you were to be a soldier in the Revolutionary War and then move up to the beautiful Vermont wilderness.
- Rachel Bell
 Added: Aug. 3, 2014
In memory of my 5th Grand Uncle
- rickb
 Added: Jun. 10, 2013
In Memory of my 5th great grandfather.
- BONNIE S.
 Added: Jun. 2, 2012
 
 
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