Biography of Fred Marble
Madison County, NY Biographies





Marble, Fred, who has been a resident farmer near Oneida Castle since 1854, was born in Augusta, Oneida county, December 21, 1821. His father, a native of Connecticut, came to Oneida county among the earliest settlers, bringing his family and settling in Augusta. Fred Marble received the educational advantages afforded by the country schools of those days, and was reared on the farm. He purchased the farm on which he has since resided in 1854, containing about 120 acres. most of which is under fine cultivation. Mr. Marble has been engaged in farming all of his active life and was one of the first and largest hop growers in this section. He is well known and universally respected throughout the vicinity; in polities he has been a consistent Democrat, but has never sought public office. He married, March 17, 1847, Emeline, a daughter of Walter Powers, of Augusta. Oneida county. N. Y. Six children have been born to them: Eugene V., who died July 10, 1853; Hortense I., who died June 26, 1853; Ada Virginia, who died July 8, 1853; Jennie C., who died March 6, 1857; Hassan R., who now resides in Kenwood, and Fred Marble. who now conducts the home farm. The latter married Lucy, daughter of Robert Wilson, an old and respected Citizen of Vernon, Oneida county.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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