- He attended St. John's College, Annapolis, and then Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. During the war he was a surgeon for the CSA. Afterwards, he went out west, apparently to San Francisco, where he died relatively young. He is included on the Civil War page.
This is his Dickinson College Alumni record, where he was the class of 1858:
Marriott, Henry - Born July 12, 1838, at West River, Anne Arundel County, Md; A.B. 1858; studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania; 1861-65, in Confederate States army; 1866, druggist in Baltimore, Md; 1868, removed to California and practiced medicine in San Francisco; surgeon, Pacific Mail Steamship Line; B.L. Society (Belles Lettres Society). Died October 7, 1879, in San Francisco, California.
Family tradition has it that he lived at Essex Farm in Maryland, with the family of his uncle Dr. Franklin Waters Sr., for at time after the War. In any event many items of his remained there, including a sewing kit, a set of chess pieces he carved, a small book of his lecture notes from a series of lectures on medicine or science, and about 20 or 30 books, especially of Greek and Latin classics, with ex librii in them.