If anyone has primary evidence to support this Marsh line or any other information about my direct Marsh line, please contact me.

(1) John MARSH [Sr.], b. 1579 in England, d. May 1627 in co. Essex, England; burial: place unknown; m. about 1613 to Grace BALDWIN (b. about 1592, d. about 1667); they resided in Braintree, co. Essex, England; their children:

        i. Sarah, about 1614, d. about 1657;
       ii. Joseph, b. about 1615-16, d. about 1676-81;
      iii. Mary, b. about 1617-20, d. about 1657, John SHEREY;
[#2]   iv. John [Jr.], b. Apr 1618, d. 28 Sep 1688, m. Anne WEBSTER. 
        v. Lydia, b. about 1620-26, d. about 1669, m. William MARTIN;
       vi. Grace, b. about 1622, d. 15 Mar 1696, m. Nathanial TYRES;
      vii. Samuel, b. about 1624-26, d. 6 Jun 1683;

(2) John MARSH [Jr.], b. April 1618 in Braintree, co. Essex, England, d. 28 Sep 1688 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT; burial: Old Burial Ground, Windsor, CT; m. [1st], about 1640-42 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, to Anne WEBSTER (b. 29 Jul 1621, d. 9 Jun 1662; daughter of Gov. John WEBSTER and Agnes SMITH); they resided in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA, and Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA; their children:

        i. John [III], b. about 1642-43, d. Jul 1727, m. Sarah LYMAN;
       ii. Samuel, b. about 1645, d. 7 Sep 1728, m. Mary ALLISON/ELLISON;
      iii. Joseph, bap. 21 Jan 1647;
[#3]   iv. Grace, b. about 1648-54, d. 31 May 1676, m. Lt. Timothy BAKER [Sr.];
        v. Joseph, bap. 15 Jul 1649;
       vi. Isaac, bap. 15 Jul 1649;
      vii. Jonathan, b. about Sep 1650, d. 3 Jul 1730, m. Dorcas DICKINSON;
     viii. Daniel, b. about 1653, d. 24 Feb 1724, m. Mrs. Hannah (LEWIS) CROW;
       ix. Hannah, b. about 1655-56, d. 1699; m. Joseph LOOMIS.

John MARSH [Jr.] m. [2nd], 7 Oct 1664 at Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA, to Mrs. Hepzibah (FORD) LYMAN (d. 11 Apr 1683, daughter of Thomas FORD and Elizabeth CHARDE); their children:

        x. Lydia, b. 9 Oct 1667, d. 1727, m. David LOOMIS.

(3) Grace MARSH, b. about 1648-54 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, d. 31 May 1676 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA; m., 16 Jan 1672 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA, to Lt. Timothy BAKER [Sr.] (b. 1647, d. 30 Aug 1729).

NOTE: The above MARSH line is from secondary printed and online sources with few or without documentation or primary sources. I have not yet verified it with primary proof.

Continued on my BAKER Family Page


  1. FamilySearch. "John Marsh (AFN:27PF-8V)", Ancestral File v4,19, 2010, Internet website.

  2. Marsh, Dwight W. Genealogy of the Marsh Family: Outline for Five Generations ..., Press of J. E. Williams, Amherst, 1886, 59 pages.

  3. Lawson, Mariah. John Marsh", Mark and Mariah's Family Tree, 2001, Internet website.

  4. Parsons, Samuel H. "John Marsh", "Inscriptions Copied from the Old Burial Ground, Windsor, CT, 1842", New England Hist. Geneal. Rec., v. 5, 1851.

  5. Petersen, J. Fred. "John Marsh", Peterson Family Home Page, 2010, Internet website.

  6. Smith, Arminta E. "Marsh-Baldwin-Webster", Barney Family Genealogy, 2001, Internet website.

  7. Society of the Descendants of the Founders of Hartford. "John Marsh", The Founders of Hartford, 2006, Internet website.

  8. Timleck, Andrew. "John Marsh & Anne Webster", The Timleck-Hancock and Bradley-Groat Genealogies, 2010. Internet website.



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