Patriach or the Hampton NH branch of the Marston family. Member of Quaker faith.  Arrived 1634 to Salem part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony with brothers Robert & John Marston. The only remaining line is that of William Marston through his son's William Jr & Thomas.  He received a grant of land called Winnacunet by... My10 Great Grandfather

Patriach or the Hampton NH branch of the Marston family. Member of Quaker faith. Arrived 1634 to Salem part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony with brothers Robert & John Marston. The only remaining line is that of William Marston through his son's William Jr & Thomas. He received a grant of land called Winnacunet by... My10 Great Grandfather

William Moulton Marston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Moulton Marston (Seated at the bottom left) Marstonpetermayergaines. (l to r) William Moulton Marston, H.

William Moulton Marston was a man of many pursuits, but he will always be best known as the creator of Wonder Woman - Born on this day in 1893, William Moulton Marston was a man of many pursuits, with varying degrees of success in the many fields he ventured into. As a lawyer, psychologist, professor, essayist, and screenwriter, even as the inventor of the systolic blood pressure test as a means for detecting lies, Marston could never quite attain the success and prestige he yearned for. It…

William Moulton Marston was a man of many pursuits, but he will always be best known as the creator of Wonder Woman - Born on this day in 1893, William Moulton Marston was a man of many pursuits, with varying degrees of success in the many fields he ventured into. As a lawyer, psychologist, professor, essayist, and screenwriter, even as the inventor of the systolic blood pressure test as a means for detecting lies, Marston could never quite attain the success and prestige he yearned for. It…

Fightin' Femmes: Unmasking Female Superheroes with Author Mike Madrid | Slate.com Lisa Hix 9 Aug 2010

Fightin' Femmes: Unmasking Female Superheroes with Author Mike Madrid

William Marston: Creator of DISC, the Polygraph Machine & Wonder Woman

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The story of Dr. William Marston and the relationships that inspired the creation of Wonder Woman.

The story of Dr. William Marston and the relationships that inspired the creation of Wonder Woman.

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Did you know that William Marston created Wonder Woman, DISC personality test, and the lie detector?

William Moulton Marston, far right, inventor of the first lie detector test and creator of the comic 'Wonder Woman'. Is that Olive strapped in and Elizabeth taking notes?

(W) Andrew Hoberek William Marston was an unusual man - a psychologist, a soft-porn pulp novelist, more than a bit of a carny, and the (self-declared) inventor of the lie detector. He was also the creator of Wonder Woman, the comic that he used to express two of his greatest passions: feminism and women in bondage. Comics expert Noah Berlatsky takes us on a wild ride through the Wonder Woman comics of the 1940s, vividly illustrating how Marston's many quirks and contradictions, along with…

Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the Marston/Peter Comics, (Comics Culture) by Noah Berlatsky

Wonder Woman No.3 - Feb 1943. By William Marston & Harry G. Peter. Villains: Baroness Paula von Gunther, Nazis, Keela

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Wonder Woman Wonder Woman stars in four classic stories by character creator William Moulton Marston, including "Ordeal of Fire," which features the reformation of Wonder Woman's archenemy the Baroness!

William Marston: creator Wonder Woman, inventor of the lie detector, father of the DISC personality test. Cool guy!

William Marston: creator Wonder Woman, inventor of the lie detector, father of the DISC personality test.

1st m. 1652 Rebecca Paige 1636-1672 (8 children) 2d m. 1675 Ann Roberts Philbrick, widow 1631-1718 (no children) Believed to be buried in Pine Grove Cemetery,  Hampton, NH with 2d wife Ann Will of my 9th Great Grandfather William Marston.

1st m. 1652 Rebecca Paige 1636-1672 (8 children) 2d m. 1675 Ann Roberts Philbrick, widow 1631-1718 (no children) Believed to be buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Hampton, NH with 2d wife Ann Will of my 9th Great Grandfather William Marston.

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