Note: !Reinold Marvin (Yale College, 1748) was the eldest child of Deacon Reinold and Sarah (Marvin) (Lay) Marvin, of Lyme, Connecticut. He was the grandson of Captain Reinold and Phebe (Lee) Marvin. He was born in Lyme, October 23, 1726. His father and mother were first cousins, she being the daughter of John and Sarah (Graham) Marvin, of Lyme, and the widow of John Lay, Junior. About 1752 he removed to Litchfield, Connecticut, and there practiced law. In 1762 and 1763 he served as selectman of the town. At a later date (from about 1765 to 1772) he held the office of King's Attorney for the County. He was overtaken by business misfortunes as early as 1772 a problem likely to be attributed to his relation with the crown in a land of rebels, and was obliged to appeal to the General Assembly for protection from arrest while arranging for sales of his extensive real estate in the....
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