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

Chief Justice John {Chief Justice} Marshall

Male 1755 - 1835  (79 years)


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  • Name John {Chief Justice} Marshall  [1
    Title Chief Justice 
    Born 24 Sep 1755  Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 6 Jul 1835  Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Buried Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I4772  Tree1
    Last Modified 23 Jan 2022 

    Father Thomas Marshall,   b. 2 Apr 1730, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jun 1802, Woodford, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary Randolph Keith,   b. 28 Apr 1737, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Sep 1809, Mason County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 2 Apr 1754  Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Family ID F3717  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary Willlis Ambler,   b. 18 Mar 1766, Jamestown, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Dec 1831, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years) 
    Married 3 Jan 1783  Yorktown, York County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Notes 
    • Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      Call Number 27613
      Author Marshall, John, 1755-1835.
      Title Marriage bond and certificate of consent, 1783.
      Material 2 leaves.
      Summary Marriage document for John Marshall (1755-1835) and Mary Willis Ambler (1766-1831), filed in the Henrico County Circuit Court, Virginia.
      Format Photostats (negative).
      Subject - Personal Marshall, John, 1755-1835

      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vahenric/mmbonds/malesma-ma.jpg
      URL title: Male Marriage Bond Index Copies: 1781-1831
      Note:
      Jan 1, 1783 Marshall John Ambler Mary W
    Children 
     1. Hon. Thomas Marshall,   b. 21 Jul 1784, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jun 1835, Baltimore, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)  [natural]
     2. Rebecca Marshall,   b. 15 Jun 1786,   d. 20 Jun 1786  (Age 0 years)  [natural]
     3. Dr. Jacquelin Ambler Marshall,   b. 5 Dec 1787, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jul 1852, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)  [natural]
     4. Mary Anne Marshall,   b. 24 Nov 1789,   d. 1 Aug 1792  (Age 2 years)  [natural]
     5. John James Marshall,   b. 13 Feb 1792,   d. 10 Jun 1792  (Age 0 years)  [natural]
     6. Mary Marshall,   b. 17 Sep 1795, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Apr 1841  (Age 45 years)  [natural]
     7. John James Marshall,   b. 15 Jan 1798, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Oct 1833, 'Mt Blanc', Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 35 years)  [natural]
     8. James Keith Marshall,   b. 13 Feb 1800, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Dec 1862, 'Leeds Manor', Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years)  [natural]
     9. Charles Marshall,   b. 11 Feb 1803,   d. Oct 1803  (Age 0 years)  [natural]
     10. Edward Carrington Marshall,   b. 13 Jan 1805, Richmond, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Feb 1882, 'Innis', Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 23 Jan 2022 
    Family ID F3719  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • [Paxton.FTW]

      He resided in 'Oak Hill', Fauquier County, Virginia. He resided in Richmond, Virginia. He was a Captain during Revolutionary War. He was educated in 1779 at William & Mary College, Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia. He was a member of the Legislature in 1782 in Virginia. He was a member of the Council of State in 1782 in Virginia. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention in 1788. He was a member of the Legislature
      between 1789 and 1791 in Virginia. He was Envoy to Paris between 1797 and 1798 in Paris, France. He was a member of Congress in 1799. He was Secretary of State under John Adams in 1800. He was Chief Justice of
      the Supreme Court between 31 Jan 1801 and 6 Jul 1835. He was Author of the Life of Washington.

      MARSHALL, John, (uncle of Thomas Francis Marshall and cousin of Humphrey Marshall [1760-1841]), a Representative from Virginia; born in Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia., September 24, 1755; received
      instruction from a tutor and attended the classical academy of the Messrs. Campbell in Westmoreland County, Virginia.; at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War joined a company of State militia that subsequently
      became part of the Eleventh Regiment of Virginia Troops; studied law at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia.; was admitted to the bar on August 28, 1780; resigned his Army commission in 1781 and engaged in the practice of law in Fauquier County; delegate in the Virginia house of delegates in 1780; settled in Richmond and practiced law; member of the executive council 1782-1795; again a member of the house of burgesses 1782-1788; delegate to the State Constitutional convention for the ratification of the Federal Constitution that met in Richmond June 2, 1788; one of the special commissioners to France in 1797 and 1798 to demand redress and reparation for hostile actions of that country; resumed the practice of
      law in Virginia; declined the appointment of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States tendered by President Adams September 26, 1798; elected as a Federalist to the Sixth Congress and served from
      March 4, 1799, to June 7, 1800, when he resigned; was appointed Secretary of War by President Adams May 7, 1800, but the appointment was not considered, and on May 12, 1800, was appointed Secretary of State; entered upon his new duties June 6, 1800, and although appointed Chief Justice of the United States January 20, 1801,
      and notwithstanding he took the oath of office as Chief Justice February 4, 1801, continued to serve in the Cabinet until March 4, 1801; member of the Virginia convention of 1829; continued as Chief Justice until his death in Philadelphia, Pa., July 6, 1835; interment in the Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia
      Bibliography
      DAB; Beveridge, Albert J. The Life of John Marshall. 4 vols. Boston:
      Houghton Mifflin County, 1916-1919; Marshall, John. The Papers of John Marshall. Edited by Herbert T. Johnson, Charles T. Cullen, and Charles F. Hobson. 4 vols. to date. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina
      Press, 1974-.

      50 (a) JOHN MARSHALL, Chief Justice of the United States, from 1801 to 1835, was b. near Germantown, Fauquier County, Virginia., September 24, 1755, --d. at Philadelphia, July 6, 1835; = January 3, 1783, at Yorktown, Virginia., Mary Willis Ambler, b. March 17, 1766;--d. December 25, 1831, at Richmond, Virginia.

      MARSHALL, John Lieutenant Fauquier Initially was body servant and drill master. Was son of Major Thomas Marshall. Promoted to Lieutenant in Cpt William Pickett's Co; Jul 1776, 1st Lt, 3rd VA Regt CL; Dec 1776 Lt/Cpt 15th VA Regt, CL (Morgan's Rifle Regt); 30 Nov 1777, Deputy Judge Advocate; Jul 1778 promoted to Cpt; Sep 1778 transferred to 7th VA Regt, CL; 12 Feb 1781 resigned .
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      James Hughes 2005-05-13 09:44:17
      Colonial America, 1607-1789 VA Census Index , Page 183

      Marshall, Virginia FAUQUIER CO. LEEDS MANOR 1770 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, Virginia FAUQUIER CO. LEEDS MANOUR 1777 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, Jno VA FAUQUIER CO. LEEDS MANOR 1770 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, John VA FAUQUIER CO. LEEDS MANOUR 1777 RENT ROLL

      Marshall, Markum VA FAUQUIER CO. LEEDS MANOR 1770 RENT ROLL
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      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vashenan/hom/w_jsamul.html
      URL title: The Judge Samuels Home
      Note:
      On Lot 16, at the corner of Muhlenberg and Court Street, Woodstock, stands a large house of native limestone in which it is said at least two distinguished men lived in early days. Just when this house was erected seems not to be known, but it probably antedates the Revolutionary War. In the Shenandoah Herald of October 29, 1823, it was advertised for sale by Daniel Lee, commissioner, who stated that it had formerly been owned by Philip Williams, Esq., and lately held by Davison and Hollingsworth, trustees for the creditors of Samuel Croudson & Co.

      The fact seems well established that this was the home of Judge Green Berry Samuels (1806-1859), whose grave is in the Lutheran Church cemetery on Church Street. Judge Samuels was member of Congress from 1839 to 1841, and for several years preceding his death was on the Virginia Supreme Court bench. It is said that this old stone house was also the home of Thomas Marshall, who was clerk of Shenandoah County from its organization in 1772 until the year of 1781. If so, we may assume that Thomas Marshall's son, John, who was only 17 years old, was often at home here.

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      http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:0qBkPA49HC4J:www.liming.org/nwta/culd ischarge.html+%22thomas+marshall%22,+%22robert+pollard%22&hl=en&gl=us&ct=c lnk&cd=1

      OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN IN THE CULPEPER MINUTEMEN
      FIELD OFFICERS
      Colonel Lawerenee Taliaferro, 1775
      Lieutenant Colonel Edward Stevens, 1775
      Major Thomas MARSHALL, 1775.
      Paymasters Henry Field, John Slaughter, 1776
      Surgeon Samuel Boyd, 1776

      COMPANIES 1775-1776

      Captain Joseph Spencer, Orange County, October 1775
      Captain James Jameson, Culpeper County, October 1775
      Captain James Slaughter, Culpeper County; late 1775
      Captain Elias Edmonds, Fauquier County, October 1775
      Captain William PICKETT, Fauquier County, October 1775
      Captain William Payne, Fauquier County, Qctober 1775
      Captain William McCLANNACHAN, Culpeper County, October 1775
      Captain Francis TRIPLETT, Fauquier County, October 1775
      Captain John Chilton, Fauquier County (?), October 1775
      Captain John Blackwell, Jr., Fauquier County (?), October 1775
      Captain Abraham Buford, Culpeper County, November 1775
      Captain John Williams, Orange County, October 1775
      Captain George Johnston, Fauquier County, October 1775
      Captain James Scott, Orange County, late 1775

      Source: Sanchez-Saavedra, p.16

      The following are signers of Culpeper County legislative petitions in the 1770's on record in the Virginia State Library, they are presumed to have been Minutemen. (Culpeper Co. His. Society, p.39-41)

      Gabriel Long William Baily James Pendleton James Thomas Robert Long Benjamin Roberts James Slaughter Apperson William Green A. Bradley Richard Yancey Henery Elley Charles DAVENPORT Samuel Stigler William Stanton Henry Coons James Jett Aron Lane ____ Read Robert POLLARD D. Jameson, Jr. Goodrich LIGHTFOOT Lewis Yancey Charles Chowning John Waugh John Yancey Cad. Slaughter Thomas Slaughter Joseph Roberts John Dillard Bradley William Jones James Green, Jr. William Stevens Philip Waterfield Peter Cook Laurence Slaughter George Turner Wm. Butts Adam Cook Isaac Herrin Gabriel Long, Jr. Wm. Morris Michael Carpenter James Jones Shadrack Jones Thos. Bywater Conrod Tilp John Harrison Thomas Sullenger Wm. Robbinson Henry Crislar John Taylor Thomas Wood James Thomas John Zimmerman King James Inskeep Wilaam Corbin Geo. Crislar Thomas Lanikin Ambrose POWELL James Stubblefield John Fleshman David Farmer James Collins Reuben Long Michael Utz Armistead Green Jacob Ward James Nash John Wever Baylor Banks Mumford Stevens Ware Long Roger McDanial William Strode Humphrey Gains Frank Apperson George Slaughter Edward Lightfoot William Alexander W. Bradley John Carpenter, Jr. Thomas King Ambrose Medley E. Watkins .Geo. Utz Richard Roberts Benaiah Bell Wm. Jett Martin Dur Joseph Sanford Gervice Smith Henry Lewis Adam Garr Peter Triplett George Wayt Stephen Layton Jacob Hendrixon Benj. Partlow Absalom Bobo Rchd. Scales Moses Broile William Abbitt James Clark Jas. Pendleton Peter Clore _____ Abbitt Wm. Bledso William Williams Jno. Garr _____ Allen John Forrester George Reazor Nath. Wilhoit Edmond Beazley Jeremiah Kirtley Adam Tilp Jno. Blankenbaker Enoch MARSHALL George Hume Peter Weaver Geo. Wilhoit James Hudson Charles Hume Jacob Louther Jno. Stinesyfer Henry Wuhoit Humphrey Sparks Matthias Wever Matthias Mock Brumfield LONG Gasper Hayns Godfry Yager Morton Christopher Reuben Garnett John Leatherer John Smith John Clor, Jr. William Cannady Reuben Medley Benjamin Garr Jacob Blankenbaker Griffin Read William Booton Ephraim Kiugg Cyrus Broyle Francis Duncan John Scott Henry Wayland Adam Fisher Thomas Camp Jonathan Cooper Michael Cook Henry Wayman David Hening Benj. Haynes Zachariah Smith Michael Flishman Robert Miller Wm. Champe Daniel Tilp Adam Garr James Sims Benjamin Lillard Dohn Dur, Jr. Jacob Blankenbecker John MARSHALL William Field Robert Flishman Bernd. Fisher Thomas Morris George Row Wm. Carpenter Wm. Chapman James Campbell John Yancey Comrod Wilhoit Moses Garrot Richard Haynie Benjamin Gaines George Utz, Jr. Jacob Tanner John Barger James Gaines John Smith Moses Clore John Wood Chas. Chowning Henry Miller Thos. Wright
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      1790-1791 Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book Q (Part 1); [Antient Press]; Page 110-112
      THIS INDENTURE made this 18th day of April one thousand seven hundred & Ninety one Between JOHN MARSHALL of County of Culpeper, Attorney for JAMES LONG of the State of SOUTH CAROLINA, of one part and THOMAS PRATT of the County of Culpeper of other part; Witnesseth that JOHN MARSHALL in consideration of the full & just sum of Sixty pounds current money of Virginia by these presents doth bargain & sell unto THOMAS PRATT his heirs a certain tract of land lying on HUNGARY RUN in Culpeper County, the property of the said JAMES LONG, which JOHN MARSHALL has sold by virtue of a Power of Attorney to him made by JOHN LONG and contains by estimation One hundred & seventy five acres, more or less, and is bounded; Begining at a Hickory & two Spanish Oak saplins on South side of a Branch near a Spring in FLYNTs line or SPARKS's line, and runing with that line South forty degrees West sixteen poles to a Poplar & white Oak at the head of a Branch, corner with FLYNT or SPARKS, & runing thence with that line North forty seven West eighty eight poles to &white Oak on North side of said Branch, corner with FLYNT or SPARKS in DANIEL JAMES's line, thence with his line South thirty five degrees West one hundred & thirty six poles to four white Oaks the South side of HUNGARY RUN, corner with JAMES and THOMAS BRYANT, thence down the several courses of said Run two hundred & thirty seven poles to two dead white Oaks. corner with Colonel JAMES PENDLETON, thence down the Run North sixty degrees East twenty nine poles to the COUNTY ROAD, thence North forty degrees West four poles to a Maple on the side of the Road, corner with ROBERT KEY, thence with his line North twelve degrees East sixty four poles to a Gun & white Oak saplin on South side of FLYNTs or SPARKS Spring Branch, thence up the several courses of the said Branch to the begining; Together with all houses & appurtenances to the same belonging; and the rents issues & profits thereof; To have & to hold the land and premises unto THOMAS PRATT his heirs and JOHN MARSHALL shall warrant & forever defend the tract of land and premises with its appurtenances unto THOMAS PRATT his heirs free from the claims of any person; In Witness whereof the said JOHN MARSHALL hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day month & year within written
      Signed seald & acknd: in presence of
      ROBT. LATHAM JR., JOHN MARSHALL
      ROBT: SLAUGHTER, TIMOTHY MATTOCK
      April 18th 1791. Received of THOMAS PRATT the full consideration money within mentioned
      Teste ROBT. LATHAM JR., JOHN MARSHALL
      ROBERT SLAUGHTER, TIMOTHY MATTOCK
      At a Court continued & held for Culpeper County the 19th day of April 1791 This Indenture of Bargain & Sale from JOHN MARSHALL, Attorney for JAMES LONG, to THOMAS PRATT, together with a Receipt thereon endorsed, was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded
      Teste JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur
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      James Hughes 2005-11-01 14:54:19
      DEEDS: Abstracts, Mason County Kentucky Deed Book A-L 1789-1810

      A-284 27 Aug 1793 John Marshall of Richmond City, Virginia, by Thomas Marshall his attny AND Philip Buckner of Jefferson co Ky Tr: Sale of 13,333 and one third acres land in Mason co for 5 shillings; by Thomas Keith and Tyler's Survey. Clerk: Thomas Marshall Jr.
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      Religion: John Marshall, Virginia. 1801-1835 34 Va. 1755 1835 {Episcopal}
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      James Hughes 2005-12-29 08:50:39
      CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT OF VIRGINIA; Vol 2, pp 180 - 189

      John Marshall vs. Janney--O. S. 238; N. S. 84--Bill, 22d June, 1799.
      John Roussean was one of Fairfax's surveyors and surveyed a lot on New Creek in Hampshire intended to be reserved for Fairfax and by him leased to Roussean. Denny Martin Fairfax sold to James M. Marshall, who sold
      to orator by deed in General Court. Roussean's lease has expired and William Jenny is in possession. Guy Broadwater surveyed and laid off lots 1 to 8 on New Creek. Copy of Fairfax's will. Deed 30th August, 1797, by Denny Martin Fairfax to James M. Marshall, his interest in Northern Neck Grant. Recorded in General Court, 11th June, 1797.
      William Jenny answers: On 13th August, 1773, John Myers of Hampshire entered in Fairfax's office 400 acres adjoining Christopher Buler on New Creek in Hampshire and then assigned to Ignatius Wheeler, who got patent
      30th August, 1788. Survey was made 9th June, 1774. At same time as Christopher John Janson made an entry for 100 acres, which he sold to Ignatius. Wheeler conveyed to defendant. Deed 10th October, 1798, by James Markham. Marshall and Hetty, his wife, a resident in Philadelphia, but now in City of Richmond, in behalf of himself and all others, having title under Denny Fairfax. Recorded in General Court, 13th November, 1798. Deed 31st August, 1778, by Fairfax to John Raussan of Hampshire. Lot 6 on New Creek. Lease, 21 years. Recorded in Hampshire, 10th November, 1778. Patent 1789 to Wm. Jenny, assignee of Wm. Armstrong, 100 acres in Hampshire on New Creek. Deed 20th September, 1789, by Ignatius Wheeler of Hampshire to William Jenia, tract where Ignatius lives entered by John Morgan, surveyed by Elias Posten in 1774 on New Creek. Recorded in Hampshire, 15th October, 1789. Patent 30th August, 1788, to Ignatius Wheeler, assignee of John Myers, 300 acres by survey, 9th June, 1774, on New Creek. Warrant by Fairfax, 13th August, 1773, to John Myers, 400 acres on New Creek adjoining Christopher Beelor. Assignment 1788 by John Myers, Sr., to Ignatius Wheeler, lot surveyed 9th June, 1774. Patent by Fairfax to Nicholas Kenwood of Frederick County, tract on New Creek surveyed by Guy Broadwater, 400 acres 7th October, 1751. Patent by ditto to _____ _____, lot 5 of surveys made by Guy Broadwater, 10th January, 1752. Deed 8th August, 1780, John Roussean of Hampshire to Cornelius Ward (recites lease by Fairfax to Rossean above), assigns the lease. Record in Hampshire. Parts of lots surveyed for Guy Broadwater. Edward McCarty deposes (aged 50 years) in Romney, 1807, he has known the lands since 1770. John or Torrence Popejoy was there in 1772 or 1773. John and Torrence Popejoy, Nicholas Dewalt and John Myers live near Chilicothe. John and William Vandivear depose 4th March, 1808, in Romney, that John Popejoy came to New Creek not more than 30 years ago. Hannah Baker deposes in Romney, 1810, she
      has lived on New Creek for 40 years. Col. Edward McCarty boarded at her house in 1774. John Ravenscroft deposes, same time, has lived near the land near 40 years; he moved there in August after Hannah Baker
      went there. John Savage was an old resident there. John Sturman deposes, same time and place, has lived on New Creek and Patterson's Creek upwards of 40 years. He was married in 1777. He lived on Patterson's Creek until 1800. John Popejoy deposes, 25th May, 1808, at house of George Renich in Chilicothe, Ohio, he had never seen the land in 1772 or 1773. He moved to Hampshire about 29 or 30 years ago. Terrance Popejoy deposes, same time and place. John Van Meter, aged 75 years, deposes in Martinsburg 6th October, 1810. Martin Cockburn deposes, same time and place, had been in this section since 1759. Nicholas Kenwood's will of Frederick, natural son, Michael Landew. To the older brother of John Sutter who died in this Colony in service of Lord Fairfax. Legatees, Godfrey Humbert,George Hindry, Mary Bourne, wife of James Bourn. Wages due him from Lord Fairfax. Dated 17th November, 1759. Recorded in Frederick 4th March, 1760. Deed 9th March, 1784, by Michael Louders of Hampshire and Jane, his wife, and Jacob Neal and Nancy to William Janney, tract on New Creek. Patent 1792 to William Jenney, 390 acres on New Creek.
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      James Hughes 2005-11-01 14:01:47
      URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetMU.pl?dir=0528/M0053&card=212 Document Image
      Title Marshall, Chief Justice John,
      Publication December 31, 1829.
      Gen. note 7211.
      Note Location of property: City of Richmond (north west corner 9th and I Streets, lot no. 786).
      Note Owner and occupant.
      Other Format Available on microfilm. Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Declarations. Vol. 90, Reel no. 13.
      Biog./Hist. Note This collection contains policies issued for Richmond and Henrico County between 1796 and 1867. The individual policies (declarations) and reevaluations include the name of the insured, the location of the property, the name of the occupant, a description and estimated value of each structure, and, in most instances, a sketch of the property.
      The "Mutual Assurance Society, against Fire on Buildings, of the State of Virginia" was incorporated by the General Assembly on December 22, 1794, and held its organizational meeting on December 24, 1795. William Foushee (Richmond’s first mayor elected in 1782) was named the first president and directors were chosen for Richmond and vicinity, Petersburg, Fredericksburg, Staunton, Alexandria, Winchester, and Norfolk. Property was insured in Virginia, West Virginia (until 1868), and the District of Columbia. Insurance offered by the company was against "all losses and damages occasioned accidentally by fire." Reevaluations of insured property were required every seven (7) years or whenever additions were made to a policy. While the society suffered financially with the fall of the Confederacy, its reserve fund, required by law, enabled it to recover rapidly from the effects of the war.
      Related Work Part of an index to the Richmond and Henrico County fire insurance policies issued between 1796 and 1867 by the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia that are housed in the Archives of the Library of Virginia.
      Subject - Personal Marshall, Chief Justice John, 1755-1835.
      Subject - Topical Insurance, Fire -- Policies -- Virginia -- Indexes
      Genre/Form Business records -- Virginia -- Richmond.
      Insurance policies -- Virginia -- Richmond.
      Added Entry Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia. Declarations and reevaluations of assurance, 1796-1872.
      Library of Virginia.
      ===
      James Hughes 2005-11-01 14:50:49
      Virginia Pension Roll of 1835
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/pensions/vapen_m.txt
      JOHN MARSHALL
      HENRICO COUNTY
      CAPTAIN
      VIRGINIA MILITIA
      $480.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE
      $1,440.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
      JANUARY 28,1833 PENSION STARTED
      AGE 78

  • Sources 
    1. [S171] Paxton.FTW.
      Date of Import: Jul 20, 2002

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