John Marshall

(say 1830 - )

Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Birth*say 1830  
Marriage*16 February 1855 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Principal=Margaret Burnie 

John Marshall

(12 October 1874 - )

Father*Ambrose Marshall b. 31 May 1852
Mother*Mary Farrell
John Marshall|b. 12 Oct 1874|p112.htm#i513|Ambrose Marshall|b. 31 May 1852|p110.htm#i503|Mary Farrell||p60.htm#i511|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary A. Penney|d. bt 1860 - 1870|p149.htm#i497|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Mar 28, 1997

Baptism*12 October 1874 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 

John Marshall

(say 1870 - )

Father*Richard Marshall b. 31 Dec 1843
Mother*Elizabeth Emberly b. 1884
John Marshall|b. s 1870|p112.htm#i5556|Richard Marshall|b. 31 Dec 1843|p112.htm#i499|Elizabeth Emberly|b. 1884|p59.htm#i500|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary A. Penney|d. bt 1860 - 1870|p149.htm#i497|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Birth*say 1870  
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Principal=Richard George Marshall 
Note*17 November 1897 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, John, is mentioned in the will of his grandfather, Richard George Marshall. 

John Marshall


Father*John Marshall b. 30 Oct 1838
Mother*MaryAnne Pike
John Marshall||p112.htm#i5589|John Marshall|b. 30 Oct 1838|p111.htm#i443|MaryAnne Pike||p150.htm#i510|Matthew I. Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Birth* Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism16 September St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were Phillip Devereux and Margaret Pike. The year appears to be 1857, but this does not seem accurate as it was several years before John and Mary Anne were married. 

John J. Marshall

(1 July 1879 - 12 November 1957)

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898;
Mother*Mary Hardstone
John J. Marshall|b. 1 Jul 1879\nd. 12 Nov 1957|p112.htm#i105|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Feb 2, 2003

Birth1879 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism*1 July 1879 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Ambrose and Martha Marshall. Priest was Father Born. 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Principal=Richard George Marshall 
Marriage*16 November 1903 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Witnesses were Joseph Lundrigan and Julia and Mary Penney. Priest was J. Marshall.     

, Principal=Katherine Penney 
Death*12 November 1957 Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States 

Family

Katherine Penney b. 1884, d. 1950
Children

Josephine Marshall

(27 June 1872 - )

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
Mother*Mary Hardstone
Josephine Marshall|b. 27 Jun 1872|p112.htm#i113|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Feb 2, 2003

Baptism27 June 1872 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Augustine Burfitt and Lizzie Marshall. Priest was Father Morris. 
Birth*27 June 1872 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Marriage*7 August 1887 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were John Penney and Mary Joseph Hunt., Principal=William Murray Hunt 
Residence* Some time later they must have left Burin for the wilds of Western Canada. They homesteaded near Wareman, north of Saskatoon and George Marshall recalls his father telling him they first lived in a house of cedar logs, mud walls and a sod roof, typical of homesteaders' first dwellings. That they didn't go until about the turn of the century is likely as George's father told him that he remembers their going and that it was on the basis of correspondence with Josephine that he first went West in 1906 and eventually took his bride there in 1922. 

Family

William Murray Hunt b. 1843, d. 23 Dec 1931
Children

Loretta Patricia Marshall

(10 July 1925 - 25 October 2001)

Father*George James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
Mother*Catherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960
Loretta Patricia Marshall|b. 10 Jul 1925\nd. 25 Oct 2001|p112.htm#i3|George James Marshall|b. 18 May 1885\nd. 18 Apr 1961|p111.htm#i5|Catherine Mary Walsh|b. 10 May 1896\nd. 8 Nov 1960|p170.htm#i10|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p171.htm#i182|Mary F. St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p163.htm#i183|

Relationship Mother of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 28, 2009

Birth*10 July 1925 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Source #5 - Lists George James Marshall as Father, occupation steel worker, born in Newfoundland. Lists his age as 36 which by my calculations should be 40. Lists mother as Mary Catherine Walsh, born in Newfoundland. Lists age as 26 which by my calculations should be 29. 
Address*10 July 1925 6 Case Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Baptism12 July 1925 St. Ann's Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Sponsors were James Paul and Sadie Walsh. Ceremony Performed by Father J. J. Holland. Lists parents as Geo. Marshall and Catherine Walsh. 
Married Name23 October 1948 Monogue 
Death*25 October 2001 2017 Monterrey, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States, She died of metastatic cancer of the esophagus. 
Burial*29 October 2001 St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States 

Family

Child

Margaret Mary Marshall

(14 August 1877 - )

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
Mother*Mary Hardstone
Margaret Mary Marshall|b. 14 Aug 1877|p112.htm#i119|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Feb 2, 2003

Marriage* Canada, Principal=Jack Paul 
Birth1877 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism*14 August 1877 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Summeriz Dubordieu and Teresa O'Neill. Priest was Father Born., Witness=Augustine Saumarez Dubourdieu 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Principal=Richard George Marshall 

Mary Marshall

(say 1814 - )

Father*John Marshall b. c 1774, d. 4 Dec 1853
Mother*Mary Hoolihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848
Mary Marshall|b. s 1814|p112.htm#i130|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||||||||

Relationship Great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Marriage* Canada, Lived at Rock Harbour, Placentia Bay., Principal=William Hooper 
Birth*say 1814  

Mary Marshall

(19 May 1835 - )

Father*Matthew I Marshall b. s 1810, d. 1857-1860s
Mother*Frances Penney
Mary Marshall|b. 19 May 1835|p112.htm#i166|Matthew I Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Baptism*19 May 1835 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Marriage*16 February 1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, According to Frances Marshall's letter, a Mary Marshall married a A.S. Dubourdieu and they had 1 son, A. Summeriz Dubourdieu. After her husband died, she thinks she married a Burke in St. Jacques. I'm not sure who this "Mary" is, however, a Summeriz Dubourdieu (her son) was a baptismal sponsor for Margaret Mary Marshall in 1877 (Richard Marshall and Mary Hardstone's daughter).
Mary Marshall has been a mystery woman to me in my research - I am not sure who she was before she married Andrew DuBourdieu. A Mary Marshall and Andrew DuBourdieu were the witnesses to my great grandfather's marriage (Richard George Marshall to Mary Anne Penney at St. Patrick's in Burin in 1842). It appears that Mary and Andrew then married 13 years later (seems a long time, doesn't it? Maybe they were married someone else first - see my notes below on William Hooper). Their son Saumarez was then a baptismal sponsor to one of Richard's children in 1877.
The most likely candidate for Mary Marshall would be Richard George's sister, Mary, who was born 1810-20. However, I have in my notes that this Mary married a William Hooper. It appears that William Hooper is alive in 1853 as he appears as the Justice of the Peace witness on John Marshall's will in 1853. John Marshall was the father of Richard George and Mary Marshall. It is possible, I guess, that William died shortly thereafter, and Mary remarried, in 1855 to Andrew. However, I have not found a death date for William, and it seems that if she remarried, her name would have been listed as Mary Hooper and not Mary Marshall. There is also the possibility that the information that Mary Marshall married William Hooper is incorrect. I got that from Frances Marshall of Burin and have not seen documentation to prove that. I also have Mary remarrying Denis Burke of St. Jacques - however, again, I have gotten this info from Frances Marshall and have not seen original documentation. I found a Denis Burke listed on a website of the Catholic Cemetery of St. Jacques but he would have been born in 1835, which would have been almost 20 years older that our Mary Marshall born 1810-20. Of course, there could have been an older Denis Burke that was not listed in the cemetery., Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu 
Will1857 Mary is not mentioned in her father's will. Cyril Dubourdieu states that there was the possibility that Mary and Augustine had moved to Boston (they were in Halifax in 1858.) Maybe Mary's father did not leave her anything since she had left the area. 
(Witness) Death1859 According to information received from Cyril duBourdieu, Andrew was swept overboard into the Atlantic., Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu 
(Witness) BaptismAugust 1865 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were Mathew Marshall and Mary Dubourdieu., Principal=Isabella Marshall 
Marriage*11 January 1867 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, This was supposedly her 2nd marriage after her first husband died., Principal=Dennis Burke 

Family

Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu b. s 1825, d. 1859
Child

Mary Marshall

(7 August 1934 - 31 October 2002)

Father*Matthew A. Marshall b. 11 Aug 1907, d. 1 Sep 2004
Mother*Bridget Buckley b. 23 Jul 1906, d. 30 Sep 2000
Mary Marshall|b. 7 Aug 1934\nd. 31 Oct 2002|p112.htm#i531|Matthew A. Marshall|b. 11 Aug 1907\nd. 1 Sep 2004|p112.htm#i123|Bridget Buckley|b. 23 Jul 1906\nd. 30 Sep 2000|p14.htm#i530|John J. Marshall|b. 1 Jul 1879\nd. 12 Nov 1957|p112.htm#i105|Katherine Penney|b. 1884\nd. 1950|p149.htm#i106|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Apr 15, 2006

Birth*7 August 1934 Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States 
Death*31 October 2002 West Boylston, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States, Witness=Matthew A. Marshall 

Mary E. Rose Marshall

(circa July 1873 - )

Father*John Marshall b. 30 Oct 1838
Mother*MaryAnne Pike
Mary E. Rose Marshall|b. c Jul 1873|p112.htm#i5587|John Marshall|b. 30 Oct 1838|p111.htm#i443|MaryAnne Pike||p150.htm#i510|Matthew I. Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Birth*circa July 1873 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism27 July 1873 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were Clement (Benning?) and Ann Marshall. 

Mary Joanna Marshall

(4 June 1910 - circa 1920)

Father*Alfred Marshall b. 1874, d. 15 Dec 1959
Mother*Teresa Reddy b. 1878, d. 27 Jan 1952
Mary Joanna Marshall|b. 4 Jun 1910\nd. c 1920|p112.htm#i137|Alfred Marshall|b. 1874\nd. 15 Dec 1959|p110.htm#i134|Teresa Reddy|b. 1878\nd. 27 Jan 1952|p154.htm#i135|Matthew I. Marshall|b. bt 1852 - 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1902|p112.htm#i131|Mary Hanton||p80.htm#i518|||||||

Relationship 3rd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Mar 21, 1995

Baptism4 June 1910 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors wer Patrick Coady and Ellen Marshall. Priest was Father J.M. McNamara. 
Birth*4 June 1910 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Death*circa 1920 Canada 

Mary Joseph Marshall

(22 March 1886 - )

Father*Matthew II Marshall b. bt 1852 - 1862, d. 30 Jan 1902
Mother*Mary Hanton
Mary Joseph Marshall|b. 22 Mar 1886|p112.htm#i520|Matthew II Marshall|b. bt 1852 - 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1902|p112.htm#i131|Mary Hanton||p80.htm#i518|Matthew I. Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jun 24, 1997

Baptism*22 March 1886 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Alfred Marshall - son from 1st marriage? and Agnes Power. 

Mary Marguerite Marshall

(4 December 1922 - 5 August 1969)

 
Marguerite Marshall Sturrock

Father*George James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
Mother*Catherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960
Mary Marguerite Marshall|b. 4 Dec 1922\nd. 5 Aug 1969|p112.htm#i9|George James Marshall|b. 18 May 1885\nd. 18 Apr 1961|p111.htm#i5|Catherine Mary Walsh|b. 10 May 1896\nd. 8 Nov 1960|p170.htm#i10|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p171.htm#i182|Mary F. St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p163.htm#i183|

Relationship Aunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Dec 9, 2008

Birth*4 December 1922 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Marriage*20 March 1945 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada,
Married Alec Sturrock when he got out of the army. They had 4 children: Marsha, Diane, Brian, and David. Marsha married Gerald Fox and she taught school. Diane was a RN at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton. Alec died of Alzheimers's Disease in the 1990., Principal=Alec Sturrock 
Death*5 August 1969 St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Died of Cancer of the Colon. Was a housewife. 
Burial*August 1969 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada, Buried in Section 21 Row 11 Lot 42. 

Matthew Marshall

(29 September 1847 - )

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
Mother*Mary Anne Penney d. bt 1860 - 1870
Matthew Marshall|b. 29 Sep 1847|p112.htm#i501|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Anne Penney|d. bt 1860 - 1870|p149.htm#i497|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Mar 28, 1997

Baptism*29 September 1847 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were John Parsons and Margaret Mullett. 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Principal=Richard George Marshall 

Matthew Marshall

(circa February 1867 - )

Father*John Marshall b. 30 Oct 1838
Mother*MaryAnne Pike
Matthew Marshall|b. c Feb 1867|p112.htm#i5584|John Marshall|b. 30 Oct 1838|p111.htm#i443|MaryAnne Pike||p150.htm#i510|Matthew I. Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Birth*circa February 1867 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism22 February 1867 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were George Marshall and Martha Pike., Witness=George Marshall 

Matthew A. Marshall

(11 August 1907 - 1 September 2004)

 

Father*John J. Marshall b. 1 Jul 1879, d. 12 Nov 1957
Mother*Katherine Penney b. 1884, d. 1950
Matthew A. Marshall|b. 11 Aug 1907\nd. 1 Sep 2004|p112.htm#i123|John J. Marshall|b. 1 Jul 1879\nd. 12 Nov 1957|p112.htm#i105|Katherine Penney|b. 1884\nd. 1950|p149.htm#i106|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Dec 9, 2008

Birth*11 August 1907 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Baptismal record states birth was 15 August. 
Baptism15 August 1907 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Richard Penney and Susan Pike, priest was Father J.M.McNamara. Parents listed as John Marshall and Katherine Penney. 
Marriage*circa 1933 Obituary states they were married 67 years., Principal=Bridget Buckley 
Occupation* Was a salesman for 40 years at Mayflower School Street Storage Company, a storage and moving business. 
Religion* Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States, Founding member of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church at 341 June Street. 
(Witness) Death30 September 2000 Principal=Bridget Buckley 
(Witness) Death31 October 2002 West Boylston, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States, Principal=Mary Marshall 
Death*1 September 2004 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States 
Obituary*4 September 2004 Worcester Telegram, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States, See photo. 
Burial*4 September 2004 St. John's Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States 

Family

Bridget Buckley b. 23 Jul 1906, d. 30 Sep 2000
Marriage*circa 1933 Obituary states they were married 67 years., Principal=Bridget Buckley 
Child

Matthew I Marshall

(say 1810 - 1857-1860s)

Father*John Marshall b. c 1774, d. 4 Dec 1853
Mother*Mary Hoolihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848
Matthew I Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||||||||

Relationship Great-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Birth*say 1810  
Marriage*5 December 1833 Probably St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Principal=Frances Penney 
Probate*4 December 1853 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, This is the section of his father, John's will that specifies what he left him: And further I give and bequeath to my son Matthew Marshall all my interest in th Schooner "Milo" (now in his possession) together with all my right and tetle in the peoperty which he now occupies and commonly known by the name as "Shandy Hall". I also give to my son Richard Marshall, all my right and interest in the schooner "Nautilus" (now in his possession). All the residue of my property (the foregoing conditions being complied with) shall be equally divided between my two sons Matthew and Richard Marshall consisting of all monies now in my possession or any where invested in public securities belonging to me with all my stock in trade, chattels, goods and effects and debts due me, provided that they, my aforesaid sons, shall pay all just debts due by me. 
Occupation*1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Merchant. Richard and Matthew (brothers) owned a business together - called M. & R. Marshall's. This was referred to in Matthew's will in 1857. The will also stated that Matthew or his children if he had died was to "buy out" Richard's portion of the business on 01 January 1864 for the sum of fifty pounds. This may have been the beginning of the commercial ventures of the Marshalls of Burin which seems to have just terminated (1990's) after 140 years. The will also mentions a salt store that they owned together. Both sons were also left the Schooners, the Milo (to Matthew) and the Nautilus (to Richard) so they obviously were also in the shipping/fishing business., Principal=Richard George Marshall 
Death*1857-1860s Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Died on the steps of the Catholic Church in his 40's. 
Will*18 March 1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, This is a trancription of Matthew Marshall's will:

In the name of God Amen, I, Matthew Marshall the Elder of Burin, Newfoundland being of sound mind and body and right judgment do at my death give and bequeath all my lands, tenements, fishing rooms and appurtenances thereto belonging together with all monies belonging to me in manner following that is to say - I give to my children and my wife all my interest in the Union Bank of Newfoundland in the following manner - one share each to my children and two shares to my wife, in all eight shares to my wife. I also give my house and cabbage garden as her own personal property as long as she lives when it becomes my children's property. In the meantime they are bound to support her as comfortably as they possibly can while she lives. I give all and singular my other property to my other chidren as follows - my land and all the erections upon it to John Marshall, Matthew, Elizabeth and George, Thomas having property of his own, and as they are to keep it in repair as they come of age for their own benefit and for the benefit of their younger brothers and sister it is not to be sold out of the family without the consent of all my children and their guardians. In all my other property, vessels, boats and crafts, my son Thomas is to have an equal share. In case of the death of any of my children before they attain the age of 21 then their interest in all is to be equally divided between the survivors.
I give to my son Matthew my watch and my large plain gold ring with my initials inside. If my wife Frances marry again she is to get only one share in the said Bank she not to have no share in the aforesaid house, the share in the bank to be divided between my children John, Thomas, Matthew, George and Elizabeth, the house to be held jointly. My family are to pay my lawful debts as far as my property will go. Should my son Thomas die before he attains 21 years of age, all the property to him belonging as mentioned in my late father's will is then mine and I include it in my other properties to my children jointly but during his minority it is not to be sold or rented to any person or persons whatsoever except my children and it is to be kept in as good order as it is at present by my children until he come of age - and all and singular my stock in trade, money in my _____ or in prblic securities or in private account, chattels, goods and effects and all debts due to me.
The trade now carried on between me and my brother Richard under the name and firm of M. & R. Marshall - hold the property, goods, money, stock and debts due to the said firm are mine, notes of hand, bonds and everything of this sort or in anywise appertaining which I bequeath to my children as aforesaid John, Thomas, Matthew, George and Elizabeth. At the same time they are to pay all my lawful debts of the said trade of M. & R. Marshall out of the said goods and property that may be contracted until 1858. The new salt store built by my brother Richard Marshall and me at a mutual expense is to be used for the use of the trade only while the trade continues as it is at present with the exception of the linkay (linney?) attached to it. That is my own property at present and built entirely at my own expense and the trade have nothing whatever to do with it, In case of separation the salt store to be managed as follows - to be divided through the centre below lengthwise and through the centre across upon the loft each party to put whatever sort of loft he may think proper in his respective end and to leave the same in it, both parties to have an equal use of the wharf until the first of January 1864. Then it becomes my children's property and it is no to be sold only on the same conditions of the aforesaid peoperties. But my children or Executors are to pay my brother Richard at the expiration of the time mentioned January 1, 1864 the sum of fifty pounds currency as per agreement between him and me both parties keeping it in order up to that time.
I appoint the Rev. John Cullen, William Hooper, Esq and John O'Neil to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the conditions of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I here unto subscribe my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven.
Matthew Marshall
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
Joseph Penny 

Family

Frances Penney
Children

Matthew II Marshall

(between 1852 and 1862 - 30 January 1902)

Father*Matthew I Marshall b. s 1810, d. 1857-1860s
Mother*Frances Penney
Matthew II Marshall|b. bt 1852 - 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1902|p112.htm#i131|Matthew I Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jun 24, 1997

Birth*between 1852 and 1862 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, This date is based on his age at death. 
Probate*18 March 1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Left money and property by his father in his will - see transcription of will for full details. Also was left his father's watch and large plain gold ring with his initials inside. 
Marriage*12 September 1883 This was possibly the second marriage for Matthew since in her will Mary refers to a stepson, Alfred., Principal=Mary Hanton 
Death*30 January 1902 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Died of pneumonia, 5 days after his son, Alfred, married Teresa.
Bases on this information, this would be his date of death. 

Family

Mary Hanton
Children

Richard Marshall

(31 December 1843 - )

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
Mother*Mary Anne Penney d. bt 1860 - 1870
Richard Marshall|b. 31 Dec 1843|p112.htm#i499|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Anne Penney|d. bt 1860 - 1870|p149.htm#i497|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Marriage* They had a Alice Mary, age 11 baptized, she being adopted and had been an indentured slave., Principal=Elizabeth Emberly 
Baptism*31 December 1843 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Isaac and Julia Penney. 

Family

Elizabeth Emberly b. 1884
Children

Richard George Marshall

(circa 1818 - 11 March 1898)

Father*John Marshall b. c 1774, d. 4 Dec 1853
Mother*Mary Hoolihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848
Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||||||||

Relationship Great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Birth*circa 1818 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Death certificate states he was 79 when he died. This would put his birth between 12 Mar 1818 and 11 Mar 1819. Probably was born in Burin, since his Father (John Marshall) supposedly came to Burin 1815-16 to build the Catholic Church. 
Marriage*19 April 1842 St. Patrick's Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Witnesses were Mary Marshall and Andrew Dubourdieu., Principal=Mary Anne Penney, Witness=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu 
Probate4 December 1853 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, This is the section of the will that specifies what his father, John, left him: I also give to my son Richard Marshall, all my right and interest in the schooner "Nautilus" (now in his possession). All the residue of my property (the foregoing conditions being complied with) shall be equally divided between my two sons Matthew and Richard Marshall consisting of all monies now in my possession or any where invested in public securities belonging to me with all my stock in trade, chattels, goods and effects and debts due me, provided that they, my aforesaid sons, shall pay all just debts due by me. 
Occupation*1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Merchant. Richard and Matthew (brothers) owned a business together - called M. & R. Marshall's. This was referred to in Matthew's will in 1857. The will also stated that Matthew or his children if he had died was to "buy out" Richard's portion of the business on 01 January 1864 for the sum of fifty pounds. This may have been the beginning of the commercial ventures of the Marshalls of Burin which seems to have just terminated (1990's) after 140 years. The will also mentions a salt store that they owned together. Both sons were also left the Schooners, the Milo (to Matthew) and the Nautilus (to Richard) so they obviously were also in the shipping/fishing business., Principal=Matthew I Marshall 
Occupation1862 Justice of the Peace for the south Coast District of Newfoundland 
Marriage*3 February 1871 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, This is thought to be his second marriage, since he was in his 50s when he got married. According to Matthew Marshall's letter (1981), Richard had 13 children by his first wife and 11 by his second wife. According to Madeline Sansoucy's letter (1981), he had 8 children by his 2nd wife. This seems to be supported by the 8 baptismal certifcates at St. Patrick's Church in Burin. However, Matthew's letter states that his father was the oldest and had to take care of the other 10 until they started moving around Canada.

Sponsors were Janet Barry and Alice Power. Priest was Father R. O'Donnell.

Frances Marshall said that it was always said that Richard's first family was adopted by Church of England adherents in the Burin area when his first wide died, and he had the temerity to marry a Catholic woman after that!, Principal=Mary Hardstone 
Occupation*1892 Lighthouse keeper, Dodding Head, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Age*1892 Would have been approx. 74 years old when his last child was born (Elisabeth) and she was 5 when he died at age of 79. 
(Witness) Deathbetween 1893 and 1894 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, According to letter from Madeline Sansoucy, her mother (Isabelle Marshall) was only 5 (1893-4) when her mother died. Wrote to Newfoundland Vital Statistics, they don't have any death certificate for Mary Marshall between 1892 - 1902., Principal=Mary Hardstone 
Will*17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Witness=Beatrice Marshall, Witness=John Marshall, Witness=Matthew Marshall, Witness=Caroline Marshall, Witness=Margaret Mary Marshall, Witness=John J. Marshall, Witness=Charles Marshall, Witness=Rosanne Marshall, Witness=George James Marshall, Witness=Isabelle Marshall 
Note*17 November 1897 My comments on the will:
This is my summary – those in italics were in the will.
1st Family
John – dead
Richard – daughter Beatrice and son, John mentioned, but not him, is Richard dead?
Matthew
Isabella – I know she was alive in 1873, I suspect she has died, since a later child is also named Isabelle.
Ambrose – living in St. John’s
Alfred – dead?
Charles – I suspect he is dead since a later child is named Charles.
Clement – dead?
2nd Family
Josephine – moving to NS
Caroline
Margaret
John
Charles
Roseanne
George
Isabelle
Elizabeth – I suspect she died as an infant, as she was never mentioned by George or others that I am aware of.
I think the only way to clear up some of these questions would be to look at burial records for St. Pat’s in Burin. 
Death*11 March 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, According to letter from Madeline Sansoucy, her grandfather died when her mother (Isabelle Marshall) was 9. Isabelle was born in 1888, which would make his death around 1897-8.     , Witness=George James Marshall 
Burial*March 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada 

Family 1

Mary Anne Penney d. bt 1860 - 1870
Marriage*19 April 1842 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Witnesses were Mary Marshall and Andrew Dubourdieu., Principal=Mary Anne Penney, Witness=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu 
Children

Family 2

Mary Hardstone
Marriage*3 February 1871 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, This is thought to be his second marriage, since he was in his 50s when he got married. According to Matthew Marshall's letter (1981), Richard had 13 children by his first wife and 11 by his second wife. According to Madeline Sansoucy's letter (1981), he had 8 children by his 2nd wife. This seems to be supported by the 8 baptismal certifcates at St. Patrick's Church in Burin. However, Matthew's letter states that his father was the oldest and had to take care of the other 10 until they started moving around Canada.

Sponsors were Janet Barry and Alice Power. Priest was Father R. O'Donnell.

Frances Marshall said that it was always said that Richard's first family was adopted by Church of England adherents in the Burin area when his first wide died, and he had the temerity to marry a Catholic woman after that!, Principal=Mary Hardstone 
Children

Richard J. Marshall

(20 January 1905 - 31 January 1983)

Father*Alfred Marshall b. 1874, d. 15 Dec 1959
Mother*Teresa Reddy b. 1878, d. 27 Jan 1952
Richard J. Marshall|b. 20 Jan 1905\nd. 31 Jan 1983|p112.htm#i139|Alfred Marshall|b. 1874\nd. 15 Dec 1959|p110.htm#i134|Teresa Reddy|b. 1878\nd. 27 Jan 1952|p154.htm#i135|Matthew I. Marshall|b. bt 1852 - 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1902|p112.htm#i131|Mary Hanton||p80.htm#i518|||||||

Relationship 3rd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Apr 1, 1995

Baptism20 January 1905 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were John Marshall and Mary Joe Farrell. Priest was Father P.M.O'Connor. 
Birth*20 January 1905 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Obituary states he was 77 when he died, this date makes him just turning 78? 
Occupation*1980 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Owned a building supply store with his 2 sons. 
Death*31 January 1983 at his daughter, Mary Lou's house, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Died suddenly, had a heart condition and had been in the hospital for short periods. However, was still very active and went to work every day at the building supply store he owned with his 2 sons. In Frances Marshall's letter, she said he was 77 when he died. According to the birth certificate he would have been 78. (Don't know why the discrepancy). 
Burial*2 February 1983 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada 

Richard Neil Marshall

(6 October 1934 - 25 June 1989)

 
Richard Neil Marshall

Father*George James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
Mother*Catherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960
Richard Neil Marshall|b. 6 Oct 1934\nd. 25 Jun 1989|p112.htm#i31|George James Marshall|b. 18 May 1885\nd. 18 Apr 1961|p111.htm#i5|Catherine Mary Walsh|b. 10 May 1896\nd. 8 Nov 1960|p170.htm#i10|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p171.htm#i182|Mary F. St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p163.htm#i183|

Relationship Uncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Dec 9, 2008

Birth*6 October 1934 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Marriage*20 May 1971 Ontario, Canada, to Shirley Viau. They lived in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Later Divorced. 
Employment* Worked as an electrician most of his life. 
Divorce* From Shirley Viau. 
Marriage27 April 1979 Ontario, Canada, Married to Shirley "Faye" Currie until he died. 
Occupation*1989 Howard Martene Company, Pickering, Ontario, Canada, Was an electrician all his life. Worked here before as an electrician before he died. 
Death*25 June 1989 Sudden Heart Attack, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada 
Burial*28 June 1989 Thorton Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, Rev. Phillip Jones officiated. Service was held in the McIntosh-Anderson Funeral home. 

Rosanne Marshall

(7 August 1883 - )

Father*Richard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
Mother*Mary Hardstone
Rosanne Marshall|b. 7 Aug 1883|p112.htm#i109|Richard George Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary Hardstone||p80.htm#i35|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship Grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jul 18, 2006

Birth1883 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism*7 August 1883 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Sponsors were Matthew Marshall and B. Kelly. Priest was Father Reardon. 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN


I, Richard Marshall (the Elder) of Burin Newfoundland now suffering from great weakness of body, but of sound mind and right judgement do at my death give and bequeath my two sons, John Marshall and Charles Marshall, the two meadows namely the one nearest little Salmonier to John and the next one immediately adjoining to Charles, and the next meadow including dwelling home Stable Garden from the Main Road to the Salt Water ? Divided by the
Brook west of Stable unto Caroline and Margaret my children. The next meadow adjoining meaning the fourth from the East to the left vacant for the building of Stable or outhouses or other conveniences for the use of the farm, and not to be the special property of anybody, and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah, and the Sixth meadow to my son, George and the seventh and last to my daughter Isabella. This includes land now cleared and known as Meadows. The land East and West not cleared and not left to any of my children in particular, I leave in the hands of my two executors to dispose of or divide as they may think proper for benefit of my children to be given them or value thereof the above land is known as Bally Brady farm and situated at North east side of Burin Bay Arm. I also bequeath unto my grandaughter, Beatrice (of Richard) the piece of land next adjoining my son, Matthew to the South west as marked in the grant of my Fathers, and lastly I appoint John Winter and my nephew, John Marshall to be my true and lawful executors to carry out the condition of my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my seal this eighteenth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven.

Richard Marshall (signed) Signed and sealed and delivered in the presence
of Augustin DuBourdieu, John Marshall of Richard, Principal=Richard George Marshall 
Marriage*12 May 1903 St. Mary's Catholic Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Dennis Boudreau 
Note* Dennis married again in 1922. It is not known if this was because Roseanne had died or if they had divorced. 

Family

Dennis Boudreau d. 12 Mar 1945
Child

Sarah M. Marshall

(circa 1904 - 21 November 1990)

Father*Alfred Marshall b. 1874, d. 15 Dec 1959
Mother*Teresa Reddy b. 1878, d. 27 Jan 1952
Sarah M. Marshall|b. c 1904\nd. 21 Nov 1990|p112.htm#i155|Alfred Marshall|b. 1874\nd. 15 Dec 1959|p110.htm#i134|Teresa Reddy|b. 1878\nd. 27 Jan 1952|p154.htm#i135|Matthew I. Marshall|b. bt 1852 - 1862\nd. 30 Jan 1902|p112.htm#i131|Mary Hanton||p80.htm#i518|||||||

Relationship 3rd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Nov 30, 2006

Birth*circa 1904 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, This date is based on age at death (86). 
Death*21 November 1990 St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, St. John's ?, Newfoundland, Canada 
Burial*24 November 1990 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada 

Sarah Mary Marshall

(10 February 1891 - )

Father*Ambrose Marshall b. 31 May 1852
Mother*Mary Farrell
Sarah Mary Marshall|b. 10 Feb 1891|p112.htm#i5553|Ambrose Marshall|b. 31 May 1852|p110.htm#i503|Mary Farrell||p60.htm#i511|Richard G. Marshall|b. c 1818\nd. 11 Mar 1898|p112.htm#i34|Mary A. Penney|d. bt 1860 - 1870|p149.htm#i497|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited May 25, 2009

Birth*10 February 1891 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Residence listed as Goodview Street. 
Baptism13 February 1891 Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were George Morris and Anastasia Maynard. Performed by Rev. W. Forristall. 

Thomas Marshall

(say 1836 - )

Father*Matthew I Marshall b. s 1810, d. 1857-1860s
Mother*Frances Penney
Thomas Marshall|b. s 1836|p112.htm#i440|Matthew I Marshall|b. s 1810\nd. 1857-1860s|p112.htm#i127|Frances Penney||p149.htm#i128|John Marshall|b. c 1774\nd. 4 Dec 1853|p111.htm#i125|Mary Hoolihan|b. 1782\nd. 26 Aug 1848|p85.htm#i126|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 9, 2006

Birthorder Probably the oldest son since he was left property by his grandfather. 
Marriage* Principal=Margaret (?) 
Birth*say 1836  
Probate*4 December 1853 Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, This is the section of the will that explains what was left to Thomas, his grandson: "I, John Marshall, (the elder), of Burin, Newfoundland, now suffering from great weakness of body but of sound mind and right judgment do at my death give and bequeath all my lands, tenements, fishing rooms and appurtenances thereto belonging to me in manner following-that is to say-
I give to Thomas Marshall, my grandson, (son of my son, Matthew) all my premises situate on the northeast of a line drawn from the centre of the wharf, to the extreme nort west side of my meadow, which will embrace the fish-store and all other buildings, erections and lands belonging to me on the north east side of said line, bounden and abutted by the property now in the pssession of my, son Matthew Marshall, provided that should the said Thomas Marshall, my grandson, die before he arrives at 21 years of age, then the above bequest to revert to his father, Matthew Marshall, his heirs or assignees.
I also give to each of my grandchildren the sun of ten pounds currency to be invested in the Savings Bank at St. John's, Newfoundland in their respective names, and to remain at interest till such time as they shall respectively attain the age of 21 years when each child shall be entitled to receive the same. Provided that should any of my grandchildren die before they arrive at the aforesaid 21 years of age, the said sums with interest, which may have arisen theron, shall be given in equal parts to the surviving brothers and sisters of such deceased children. 
Probate18 March 1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Left money and property by his father in his will - see transcription of will for full details. 
(Witness) Baptism9 March 1869 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin County, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were Thomas and Elizabeth Marshall., Principal=Frances Anne Marshall 
Will*6 September 1886 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, This is a transcription of the will:

Know all men by these presents, that I, Thomas Marshall of Burin, being in a sound state of mind, but in bad health, thank God, do hereby will and bequeath all my lands, goods and chattels to my loving wife, Margaret Marshall. Lands consist of a garden and meadow bounded on the north-west by a high hill, on the north-east by convent grounds and John Marshall's, on the west by Matthew Marshall's (Sr.) property and the landwash. Boundaries consist of from half the lane from Matthew Marshall's (Sr.) property to a rock with a ring-bolt in it under John Marshall's house, for her, my loving wife to have and to hold until her death.
Dated this sixth day of September in the year of our Lord 1886.
Thomas Marshall

Witnesses: David Coady
Matthew Marshall
Rev. V.F. Reardon, Executor 

Ambroise Martel

(circa 1834 - )

Father*Charles Martel b. c 1799
Mother*Josephte Hamel b. c 1803
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Last Edited Jun 5, 2005

Birth*circa 1834 Quebec, Canada 
(Witness) Census1851 Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada, "Charles Martel", farmer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 52, neighbor to Patrick McGeauchy and Alexander Wright. Living with him:
Josette Hamel Martel, Fr. Canadian, age 48, Catholic.
Charles Martel Jr., labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 24.
Pierre Martel , labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 22.
Louise Martel , Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 19.
Ambroise Martel , labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 17.
Louise Fortier Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 23.
Emelie Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 2, female.
Rose Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 2 months, female.
Alexis Fortier, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 84, female.
Edouard Vandal, Labourer, Fr. Canadian, age 36., Principal=Charles Martel, Principal=QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851 

Charles Martel

(circa 1827 - )

Father*Charles Martel b. c 1799
Mother*Josephte Hamel b. c 1803
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Last Edited Jun 5, 2005

Birth*circa 1827 Quebec, Canada 
Marriage*21 November 1848 St-Ambroise de la Jeune Lorette Catholic Church, Loretteville, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada, Principal=Emelie Fortier 
(Witness) Census1851 Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada, "Charles Martel", farmer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 52, neighbor to Patrick McGeauchy and Alexander Wright. Living with him:
Josette Hamel Martel, Fr. Canadian, age 48, Catholic.
Charles Martel Jr., labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 24.
Pierre Martel , labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 22.
Louise Martel , Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 19.
Ambroise Martel , labourer, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 17.
Louise Fortier Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 23.
Emelie Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 2, female.
Rose Martel, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 2 months, female.
Alexis Fortier, Fr. Canadian, Catholic, age 84, female.
Edouard Vandal, Labourer, Fr. Canadian, age 36., Principal=Charles Martel, Principal=QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851 
(Witness) Death5 March 1852 Valcartier, Quebec, Canada, Aged 2 yrs, 6 months., Principal=Emily Martel 

Family

Emelie Fortier b. c 1826
Children