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

John Marshall

Male Abt 1748 - 1793  (~ 45 years)

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  • Name John Marshall 
    Born Abt 1748  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Dec 1793  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I004040  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Father William Marshall,   b. 1724, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Mar 1772, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Mother Mary Bartlett,   b. Abt 1724, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1782, Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginiaa Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 59 years) 
    Married Abt 1745  Hanover Parish, King George County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00781  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • From: Sam Wood Jr. [mailto:swoodjr@gt.rr dot com]
      Sent: Friday, March 11, 2005 5:16 PM
      Subject: John Marshall (died 1793 in King George County, Virginia)

      John was an ancestor of mine.
      The last will and testament of John Marshall was presented in court (COB#5- page 258- 2 Jan.1794). Issa Marshall was executrix.
      Deed Book #9, p.488 - 1 November 1811- 5 December 1811 Issa Marshall, widow and executrix, Robert Price Marshall and Elizabeth Pickett, wfe of George Pickett are children of John Marshall.
      If John Marshall that was married to Issa returned to King George and died there in 1793. Who is the John Marshall in the 1810 Census in Frederick County, Virginia?


      Series: M252 Roll: 68 Page: 679

      Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State
      County Location Year

      LISTED 1810
      1-male 16 thru 25
      2-males 45 and over
      2-females 10 thru 15
      From: JAMES CROMWELL [cromwelljac@prodigy dot net]
      Sent: Saturday, May 14, 2005 11:44 PM
      To: James Hughes
      Subject: William Marshall

      Deed Book # 7, p.469, William Marshall-Letter power of Attorney to John Marshall. Know all men by these presents, that I William Marshall of the Co. of King George, me hereunto moving, do constitute my friend John Marshall my Lawful in my name to execute a suite now exhibited against the Exectors of William Washington, deceased, and to receive the money when recovered as I might or could were I personally present, and to apply 3'rd part of the when received to Mr. Boon, Jr., ratifying and allowing all my said attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done, given under my hand this 9/24/1793.
      Witnesses: William Marshall
      John underwood Proved and Attested
      Samuel Marshall by Lau. Berry, clk. ct.

      The above John Marshall died soon after, as his will dated 12/5/1793, was recorded 1/2/1794 (W.B. 2 p.173) wife Issa.

      William Marshall in the meantime had left King George Co. and gone to join his brother John Marshall In Mason County, Kentucky. Court Records (C-71) show the following : John Marshall and Tryphosa his wife , 12/1/1795, of Mason Co. Deed to William Marshall one track of land on waters of Bull Creek, being part of certain 200 acre track that said John Marshall bought of Maj. Charles Pelham, beginning at a red Oak and an ash tree, being John Day's most northerly corner, 116 acres plus 35 perches. She? privately examined'examined and signed 3/22/1796
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: /read/OREAR/1997-09/0874939765+%22john+marshall%22,+%22elizabeth%22,+%22ki ng+george+county,+virginia%22&hl=en
      URL title: OREAR-L Archives
      From Marshall family book and edited by Jas. Rush Marshall 1997: about 1790, the widow Joanna Pede Marshall and her children with the Benjamin O'Rear family (her son James' wife's family) and brother-in-law's John Marshall's family moved to Frederick County, Virginia and settled on top of the mountain south of Ashby's Gap, near Paris, Virginia. There were three homes built on this property, i.e.: Joanna Peed Marshall built on the eastern part overlooking Paris - the foundations of the house, barn, etc. were still discernible in 1939. Directly west of this house overlooking the Shenondoah Valley was the original O'Rear place in the possession of descendant Alfred Green and it was standing in 1954. Slightly to the north, stood "Uncle John Marshall's" house that was torn down and moved to Millwood, Virginia by 1939 (Data collected by George S. Marshall and verified by Dr. T. Collins S. Marshall, G.S.M.'s uncle. Dates from the 1930s on were established by Marjorie Stebbins Marshall, G.S.M.'s wife.) Rush and Joanna Pede Marshall sources: Will of Rush's father Wm. Marshall, King George Co. Will Book A-1 p 322a.
      mm note: there could be a King George County, VA connection with Robert Marshall to Nancy Mardis.

      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.historiccourtrecords.org/courtrecordsearch.asp?query1=marders&p rocess=newsearch&B1=Search
      URL title: Fredericksburg Court Record Search
      Court Record Data
      Context Extract
      Defendant John Marshall
      Locality King George Co.
      Plaintiff Elizabeth Marders
      Administrative Information
      Record title Marders vs Marshall
      Year recorded 1793
      Collection CR-DC-V
      Record ID 387-61
      End Notes
      Preserved by Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation Program
      Processed by Margaret Anne Crickman
      Extracted by Barry L. McGhee
      Extracted on 10/21/2002
      From: James Hughes [mailto:jimony2k@yahoo dot com]
      Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2006 3:45 PM
      Cc: Bronston Boone
      Subject: RE: John Boon

      It was JMP's book that said that Boon was one of the key indicators tying the Marshall records together.

      John Marshall (1113) died in December 1793, (K.G. WB 2, pg. 173),
      leaving the land and mill to his wife, Issa (Isabelle?) "to raise my children."
      The land and mill were sold by Issa, then residing in Westmoreland County,
      in February of 1796, by a quitclaim deed to Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh, the
      children apparently not being of age to sign, but a further deed was made in
      1811, after the children were of age, which was signed by the widow, Issa,
      Robert Price Marshall (11131) and wife Frances or Fanny, and Elizabeth
      Pickett (11132) and George Pickett, her husband.
      The will is witnessed by W. Boon, Sr., John Dye, and Samuel Marshall.
      (This is but one of many deeds, wills, etc. previously listed which were
      witnessed by a Boon, one of the key indicators tying the Marshall records