Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

John A. Marshall

Male 1825 - 1883  (58 years)


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  • Name John A. Marshall 
    Born 1825  Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 20 Feb 1883  Florence Cemetery, Florence, Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I001145  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Feb 2019 

    Father James Marshall,   b. 8 Jan 1783, Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Sep 1862, Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years) 
    Mother Margaret Eleanor MNU Marshall,   b. Abt 1790,   d. Bef 1850, Boone County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 59 years) 
    Married 1810  Mason County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00350  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • See Will book H page 130 Inventory, page 132 Sales bill & page 423 - 11-14-64 James Marshall land division,
      17A - lot 1. Demine
      18A - lot 2. Austin
      19A - lot 3. John
      22A - lot 4. Mrs Elizabeth Sculous ? (George Scales)
      22A - lot 5. John & Austin
      17A - lot 6. Marshall Holsclaw
      22-1/4A lot 7. James Marshall
      22-3/4A lot 8. Axey Holsclaw

      See Will Book 13, page 180, 3-10-1870, John A. Marshall probated 3-5-1883, heirs; brother Austin Marshall, Ex = personal property on gunpowder, 1/2 farm on which we reside. Keep Marshall Holsclaw.

      Buried Florene Cemetery; tombstone / died/ Feb 20 1883/ aged 58 yrs.

      1850 Census Roll 192, Page 163 Boone Co. District II
      1870 Boone Census, Florence Distict, page 193 - living with Austin

      1860 U.S. Census
      Kentucky - Boone County - Walton District
      Post Office: Walton
      Page 447
      Profession, Place
      Persons in Household Occupation, Property: of
      as of June 1, 1860 Age Sex Race or Trade Real Personal Birth
      1558/1511; Line 26
      Austin Marshall 43 M Farmer 2500 1300 " [Kentucky]
      Elizabeth 38 F "
      William Perry 2 M "
      John A. ["] 30 M Farmer 2500 1300 "
      Henry Ross 16 M farm hand 266 18 "
      Ellen " 11 F 266 18 "
      Enumerated Aug. 6, 1860 by Lee M. Fulton, Ass't Marshall.

      1870 U.S. Census
      Kentucky - Boone County - Florence District
      Post Office: Burlington
      Page 193(B)
      Profession, Place
      Persons in Household Occupation, Property: of
      as of June 1, 1870 Age Sex Race or Trade Real Personal Birth
      84/84; Line 26
      Marshall, Austin 53 M W Farmer 6100 2195 " [Kentucky]
      --Elizabeth 47 F W Keeping House "
      --William P. 12 M W ? "
      --John A. 44 M W Farmer 6100 1895 "
      Fisher, Henry 23 M W Farm Laborer Canada
      Tanner, Ephriam 41 M W ? Kentucky
      Ross, Ellen 19 F W ? "
      Austin & John A. Marshall, Henry Fisher, and Ephriam Tanner were male citizens of the U.S. of 21 years of age and upwards.
      Henry Fisher's father and mother were of foreign birth.
      Enumerated June 16, 1870 by J.J. Miller, Ass't Marshal.

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      Will book V13 page 180
      Know all men by these presents that I, John A. Marshall of the county of Boone and State of Kentucky being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make this as my last will and testament.

      1st. I make and appoint my brother Austin Marshall Executor of this my will.

      2nd After my just debts and funeral expenses are paid, I bequeath to my brother Austin Marshall my entire property, personal real and mixed, (with the exception herein made) to wit: the one half of the farm on which we now reside on Gunpowder, containing one hundred and sixty acres. Also the one half of the farm owned by us near Big Bone Lick containing one hundred and twenty five acres, also one half of all the personalty during his life and at his death it is my will that it should all go to my nephew William Perry Marshall son of Austin Marshall.

      3rd If at any time Austin Marshall shall think it to his interest to sell or trade the lands herein devised to him, It is my will and desire that he do so, and by or trade for any other property that may suit him better.

      4th It is my wish that my brother Austin Marshall shall take my nephew Marshall Holtzclaw and keep and maintain as long as said Holtzclaw shaw refuse or decline to come and be so supported, then it is my will that my Executor shall pay to said Marshall Holtzclaw one hundred dollars per year as long as he Austin shall live and at his death it is my will that he make some provision for the support of said Marshall Holtzclaw out of the property herein devised.

      As witness by hand this 10th day of March 1870
      Attest Volney Dicerson, Alexander Marshall
      John A. Marshall - his mark
      Recorded in the Boone County Court March Term March 5th 1883
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      Boone County, Kentucky Deed Book 30 page 102
      Know all men by these presents that John Marshall of Boone County Ky for ___ consideration of the conveyance of the other lands to him by Austin Marshall and wife Elizabeth Marshall of same county and state the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged bot hereby bargain sell and convey to the said Austin Marshall his heirs and assigns forever the following described real estate to wit; one undivided half interst in and the following two lots or parcels of land lying and being in Boone County Ky on the waters of Gunpowder Creek each being a portion of the land owned and occupied by James Marshall at time of his death. The first lot being that which was the undivided interest of America Clark in said lands and containing Twenty Acres more of less and being that which was conveyed to said John A Marshall by H.T.Synder by dded dated August 25th 1864 recorded in deed book 22 page 385 Boone County Court Records which see for more particular description; the second lot being that which was allotted to Marshall Holsclaw in the division of said lands containing 17 acres which was conveyed to said John A. Marshall by the Master commissioner of the Boone Circuit Court by deed dated April 25th 1855 and recorded in the Deed book 23 page 313. which see for description; together with all privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging.