The Marrett and Nathan Munroe House is located on Massachusetts Avenue, across from the Battle Green, in Lexington, Massachusetts. The historic home was a witness to the Battle of Lexington, fought here on April 19, 1775. Built in 1729, the house was home to Marrett Munroe, a local Selectman, and husband of Deliverance Parker, sister of John Parker, Captain of the militiamen during the battle. Marrett's son was Nathan Munroe, a minute man who saw action during the skirmish. Nathan's wife was Elizabeth Harrington, sister to Jonathan Harrington, battle victim on April 19, and who's house still stands across from the Battle Green. There is a marker on the house acknowledging the Munroes.