Welcome to the Edward Mardin / Marden Project at Ne-Do-Ba
This is a study of Edward Mardin / Marden (c1751-1835) and his descendants. Edward served with a New Hampshire company of Rangers under Major Whitcomb during the American Revolution. He settled in Lyman, NH a few years after the war and remained there until his death in 1835. It has been said that he had an "Indian wife". This tree is set up to explore what can be documented concerning Edward, his spouse(s), and the next 2 generations of his offspring.
You do not need a user account to view all the materials and data we collect. Anyone can also leave comments or suggestions. Direct descendants are encouraged to apply for a user account if they would like to collaborate with us in documenting this family.
You may also be interested in reading our blog entries under the category "Family-Marden" to see the research process as it unfolds and explains how the various conclusions were arrived at concerning the early generations.
Note - In this database the surname is always spelled MARDEN, regardless of how it is found in historical records. I have found those living in NH generally used Mardin and those in Maine used Marden.