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[Marine-Mermelstein family research], 1634-1993.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [PAM.] ISLG 929.2 M3395 NO. 1 (Text) 00000106558141 Genealogy Pamphlet Available -

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  • Physical Description: 10 leaves ; 28 cm

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Summary, etc.:
Collected material relating to the Marine and Mermelstein families consisting of birth certificates, family trees, marriage records, cemetery records, and correspondence.
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Biographical or Historical Data:
The Marine family are descendants of Milleson Mareen (1634-1679), a French Huguenot who arrived in America in 1655 from France. He settled first in Maryland before moving to Sussex County, Delaware. In addition, Milleson Mareen is an ancestor of James Whitcomb Riley (1849-1916), a famous Indiana poet. As for the Mermelstein family, they are related to the Marine family through the 1974 marriage of Alan Mermelstein to Betty J. Nelson, a descendant of Milleson Mareen. Descendants of both families live in Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland, and elsewhere.
Language Note:
Collected material in English.
Subject: Marino family.
Mareen, Milleson, 1634-1679 > Family.
Mermelstein family.
Mermelstein, Alan, 1951- > Family.
Mermelstein, Betty J. (Betty Jane), 1952- > Family.
Charles family.
Graves family.
Hiatt family.
Jones family.
Kinert family.
McAllister family.
Mendenhall family.
Moorman family.
Nelson family.
Overman family.
Riley family.
Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916 > Family.
Silipigno family.
Trigo family.
Victor family.
Huguenots > Connecticut > Genealogy.
Huguenots > Delaware > Sussex County > Genealogy.
Huguenots > France > Genealogy.
Huguenots > Indiana > Genealogy.
Huguenots > Maryland > Genealogy.
French Americans > Connecticut > Genealogy.
French Americans > Delaware > Sussex County > Genealogy.
French Americans > Indiana > Genealogy.
French Americans > Maryland > Genealogy.
Poets > Genealogy.
New Garden Friends Cemetery (Fountain City, Ind.)
Cemeteries > Indiana > Fountain City.
Inscriptions > Indiana > Fountain City.
Marriage records > Indiana.
Registers of births, etc. > Connecticut.
Registers of births, etc. > Indiana.

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