Isabella Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa May 1844 - )
Last EditedDec 13, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. c 1857
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Birthcirca May 1844  
Baptism23 May 1844 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Witness) Baptism2 October 1870 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Martha Ann of James Penny and Margaret Quirk. Sponsors George Marshall and Isabella Marshall".; Principal=Martha Ann Penney2 

Citations

  1. [S132] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Baptism of Martha Ann Penny, 02 October 1870.

Isabella Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(4 January 1896 - )
Last EditedMay 25, 2009
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall1 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell1 b. c 1853
Birth4 January 1896 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Residence listed as Goodview Street.1 
Baptism8 January 1896 Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Godparents were Patrick Leonard and Elizabeth Marshall. Performed by Rev. John Scott.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: Newfoundland's Grand Banks Genealogy site at http://ngb.chebucto.org/index.html . Onlline transcription of Basilica of St. John the Baptist church records.

Isabella Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa August 1865 - )
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. 5 Nov 1838
MotherMary Anne Pike1 b. c 1837
Birthcirca August 1865 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Isabella Marshall, August 1865.

John Marshall

ChartsAncestors of Loretta Patricia Marshall
Descendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1774 - 1 December 1853)
Last EditedDec 10, 2016
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue

Family

Mary Houlihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848
Marriagesay 1805 Principal=Mary Houlihan 
Children
Birthcirca 1774 Poole, Devon County, England; Based on age of 79 listed on burial record. However, John built a schooner in 1814 and named it "Jersey". Could this indicate he came from the Jersey Islands off the coast of England?1,2 
Marriagesay 1805 Principal=Mary Houlihan 
Military Believed to have been a British soldier.3 
Immigrationbefore 1814 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; It is believed that John came to Burin to build the Catholic Church. He was obviously also a shipbuilder as he built a schooner in 1814 and several after that.; Principal=Mary Houlihan4,5 
Occupationbetween 1814 and 1851 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Canada, Seafarers of the Atlantic Provinces", states that John built the following schooners:
1. 1814, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., farmer, planter. Schooner named Jersey, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S825047, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
2. 1820, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., trader, dealer. Schooner named William, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S837040, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
3. 1826, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Messenger, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S830089, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
4. 1831, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Jane, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S832075, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
5. 1844, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Reindeer, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S849011, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
6. 1844, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Nautilus, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S851055, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
7. 1851, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Milo, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S853047, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 32. His son, Matthew Marshall, is listed as the owner of the other 32 shares and that he is Crew Number 2.5 
Occupationbetween 1820 and 1850 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; John and Mary remained in Burin, bought land from Henry Butler, went into business and became one of the settlement's leading merchants. He owned 2 waterside premises and a number of vessels, one of which prosecuted the seal fishery for three springs. The vessel was commanded by Captain O'Driscoll of Bay Bulls. John was known as a "planter" - a businessman. Records also show that he served as Justice of the Peace.4,3 
(Witness) Marriage30 November 1829 Methodist Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Isabella Marshall and Charles Hodder from Rock Harbour, witness was John Marshall, minister was George Ellidge. (Some researchers state Charles was 25 years of age, but I have no documentation for this). (It appears that both Isabella and her sister, Mary, married men from Rock Harbour.); Principal=Charles Hodder, Principal=Isabella Marshall6 
Land25 November 1831 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in this newspaper publication on 8 Feb 1834 as a person who petitioned for land in 1831 - "John Marshall of Little Burin."7 
Land Grant10 October 1835 Bell's Cove, Little Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada8 
Note1838 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as a member of the Board of Commissioners for Roads and Bridges in Burin.9 
(Witness) Death26 August 1848 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; The tombstone inscription in the old Catholic Cemetery in Burin (Marker #c-22) reads:
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MARY MARSHALL
WIFE OF JOHN MARSHALL
WHO
DEPARTED THIS LIFE AUGUST 26TH 1848 A.D.
AGE 66 YEARS; Principal=Mary Houlihan10,11 
Will29 November 1853 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; When he died, John left 2 ships, the Milo and the Nautilus, to each of his two sons (Matthew and Richard). He also left large stores and considerable land. One section was called Marshall's Farm and with Butler's farm formed the nucleus of the Penny's Pond subdivision of the present day. Another section, tha Shandy Hall Estate, included all the waterside and land known as Marshall's Dock. The Coady and Winter families live there now (1980's).

This is the actual transcription of the will:
"In the name of God Amen. 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 north 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 possession 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.

To my grandson, John Marshall, son of Richard Marshall, I give my dwelling house and furniture thereto belonging lands, buildings and erections, situate on the Southwest side of the line before described as running from the centre of my wharf to the extreme Northwest side of my meadow -- provided that should the said, John Marshall (my grandson) die before he arrives at 21 years of age, the above bequest shall revert to his father, Richard Marshall, his heirs or assignees.

I also give to each of my grandchildren the sum 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 thereon, shall be given in equal parts to the surviving brothers and sisters of such deceased children.

And further, I give and bequeath to my son Matthew Marshall all my interest in the Schooner "Milo" (now in his possession) together with all my right and title in the property 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 anywhere 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.

And lastly I appoint the Rev. J. Gathercole and William Hooper Esq., J.P, to be my true and lawful executors, to carry out the conditions of this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my mark, being too weak of body to write my name and affix my seal this twenty-ninth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty three.

Signed, John Marshall (x) his mark
signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Signed, John C. Gathercole (Cl)
William Hooper, J.P.
Newfoundland
Southern District
Burin     

I, William Hooper of Burin, in the Southern District of Newfoundland, one of the witnesses to the foregoing will, making oath and saith, that he was personally present and did see where I shall sign by his mark, seal and deliver the said will and that he declared it to be his last will and testament.
Sworn before me at Burin the 17th day of January, 1854.
Signed, Edward Morris
Court of Appeals
Burin, Newfoundland
Jan 17, 1854.

This is to certify that the matter contained on the foregoing pages of this paper is a true copy of the will of the late John Marshall, the elder, the same having been compared with the original.
Signed, John C.A. Gathercole
William Hooper, J.P.12,13 
Death1 December 1853 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; The Burial Record does not give the date of death only that of the Burial.
Reportedly there is mention of his death in the January 15, 1854 Royal Newfoundland Gazette newspaper stating that he died in Burin at the age of 79 years. On January 10, 1854 in the Gazette, a transcription states: Marshall, John Esq., 79. Died at Burin on the 1st. (This seems to imply January 1st but the burial record is for the 4th of December, so it must refer to the 1st of December if it is accurate).14,2,15 
Burial4 December 1853 Tite's Island, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Burial record states he was buried on Tite's Island. It is now known as George's Island and in the past was also known as Kelly's Island. Burial record says he was 79 years old and lived in Burin. Officiant at service was J. Lathurcole. According to a letter from Frances Marshall burial was from the Anglican Church (I believe it was the Trinity Anglican Church).1,4 

Citations

  1. [S23] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Registrar of Burials for the Parish of Burin, Newfoundland, unknown repository address.
  2. [S1064] Gert Crosbie, BDM Newfoundland, Volume 2, p. 201. Listing for John Marshall died at Burin, aged 79, in Gazette & Ledger Newspapers 1854/01/15.
  3. [S435] E-mail Message. David and Marlene Farrell through John Touchings to Pat Balkcom, 1 Feb 2002
    (Marlene is a direct descendant of Josephine Marshall).
  4. [S24] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Oct 1981.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, Seafarers of the Atlantic Provinces, 1860-1899 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data: Index of Surnames from the Ships and Seafarers of Atlantic Canada. CD-ROM. Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.
    Index of Surnames from the Ships and Seafarers of Atlantic Canada, CD-ROM. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1998.
  6. [S406] Unknown volume, Newfoundland Vital Statistics.: Information found by Sheila Marshall in 2007 at the Heritage Center in Marystown, Newfoundland, Provincial Archives of Labrador and Newfoundland.
  7. [S532] Mildred Howard, Royal Gazette of Newfoundland, p. 127.
  8. [S25] Unknown author, Register of Crown Lands.
  9. [S532] Mildred Howard, Royal Gazette of Newfoundland, p. 148.
  10. [S48] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 15 Aug 1992.
  11. [S134] Unknown volume, Tombstone Inscription for Mary (Hoolihan) Marshall.     
    , 1848, (old) Catholic Cemetery.
  12. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcription of Will of John Marshall from Newfoundland Will Books, Volume 2, Pages 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  13. [S847] Will of John Marshall 2, p. 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  14. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Index of Birth, Marriage & Death Notices from Newspapers, 1810–1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014. Original data: Births, Deaths and Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers, 1810–1890. CD-ROM. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
  15. [S1065] Mildred Howard, Royal Gazette Statistics, Volume 2, p. 83. Listing of death of John Marshall, Burin, NL (Library Call # CS88.N6 H69, vol. 2).

John Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(13 May 1842 - 19 May 1862)
Last EditedAug 16, 2017
RelationshipGranduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Anne Penney b. s 1817, d. bt 1860 - 1870
Baptism13 May 1842 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were Clement and Elisa Penney.1 
Probate4 December 1853 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; This is the section of the will that specifies what his grandfather left him: To my grandson, John Marshall, son of Richard Marshall, I give my dwelling house and furniture thereto belonging lands, buildings and erections, situate on the South-west side of the line before described as running from the centre of my wharf to the extreme north-west side of my meadow -- provided that should the said, John Marshall (my grandson) die before he arrives at 21 years of age, the above bequest shall revert to his father, Richard 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.2 
Death19 May 1862 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; From the Royal Gazette:
Mashall, John. Eld. son of Richard Marshall (merchant) died at Burin, aged 20 on May 19. (Listed in the July 8th edition and also in these other newspapers - Newfoundlander, Times, Daily News, Courier).; Witness=Richard George Marshall3 

Citations

  1. [S112] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Provincial Archives of Labrador and Newfoundland, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S847] Will of John Marshall 2, p. 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  3. [S975] Gazette, July 8, 1862.

John Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(5 November 1838 - )
Last EditedDec 10, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. c 1857
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897

Family

Mary Anne Pike b. c 1837
Marriage12 September 1864 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were Daniel and Margaret Pike.
There is an announcement of this marriage in the September 27, 1864 Royal Newfoundland Gazette newspaper stating that Mary Ann was the daughter of Thomas Pike of Mortier Bay and that the Rev.D. O'Brien performed the marriage in Burin.; Principal=Mary Anne Pike4,5,6 
Children
Baptism5 November 1838 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "John of Matthew Marshall and Frances Penney. Witnesses: George Penny and Susan Bennng."1 
(Witness) Marriage16 February 1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Andrew Dubourdieu and Mary Marshall. Witnesses: John Marshall and Margaret Burnine (?)."; Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu, Principal=Mary Marshall2 
Probate18 March 1857 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Left money and property by his father in his will - see transcription of will for full details.3 
Marriage12 September 1864 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were Daniel and Margaret Pike.
There is an announcement of this marriage in the September 27, 1864 Royal Newfoundland Gazette newspaper stating that Mary Ann was the daughter of Thomas Pike of Mortier Bay and that the Rev.D. O'Brien performed the marriage in Burin.; Principal=Mary Anne Pike4,5,6 
Note1871 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Lovell 1871 Provincial Business Directory: Richard Marshall, fisherman and John Marshall, dealer. Also this description is given of the town: town of considerable trade on the west side of Placentia Bay, district of Burin. It has perhaps the findest harbor in Newfoundland, with two entrances, one to the south-east and the other to the west. The harbor is divided into three arms, and a ferry plies across it. A packet boat runs once a fortnight to Little Placentia, distant about 50 miles, connecting with the over-land route from St. John's, 86 miles. It is a post town and port of entry. Distant from St. John's, by steamer once a fortnight, 162 miles, fare $6. Mail fortnightly. Population 1850.; Principal=Richard George Marshall7 

Citations

  1. [S129] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of Mary Marshall & Andrew Dubourdieu, 16 February 1855.
  3. [S60] Will of Matthew Marshall. unknown file number.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Index of Birth, Marriage & Death Notices from Newspapers, 1810–1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014. Original data: Births, Deaths and Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers, 1810–1890. CD-ROM. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
  5. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Marriages 1833-1899, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Marshall to Mary Ann Pike, September, 1864.
  6. [S1064] Gert Crosbie, BDM Newfoundland, Volume 3, p. 147. Announcement of marriage of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike on September 12, 1864 in Burin. Was listed in the Gazette, Courier and Newfoundlander newspapers.
  7. [S845] 1871 Lovell's Provincial Business Directory, for Burin, Newfoundland, Canada. Transcription found on Newfoundland's Grand Banks website at ngb.checuto.org. Reviewed November, 2014.
  8. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Marshall, 15 September 1857.
  9. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Isabella Marshall, August 1865.
  10. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Matthew Marshall, 22 February 1867.
  11. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Catherine Jos. Marshall, 30 June 1868.
  12. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Frances Anne Marshall, 09 March 1869.
  13. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Bernard George Marshall, 08 September 1871.
  14. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Eliza Rose Marshall, 27 July 1873.
  15. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Herbert Joseph Marshall, 12 August 1871.

John Marshall

(say 1830 - )
Last EditedDec 5, 2016

Family

Margaret Burnie
Marriage16 February 1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Margaret Burnie1 
Birthsay 1830  
Marriage16 February 1855 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Margaret Burnie1 

Citations

  1. [S123] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

John Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa September 1857 - )
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. 5 Nov 1838
MotherMary Anne Pike1 b. c 1837
Birthcirca September 1857 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism15 September 1857 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Godparents were Phillip Devereux and Margaret Pike.2 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Marshall, 15 September 1857.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, 1833-94. Listing for Baptism of John Marshall, 16 September 1857.

John Joseph Marshall1,2

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(8 June 1879 - 12 November 1957)
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
RelationshipGranduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall2 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone2 b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893

Family

Katherine Penney b. Oct 1883, d. 1950
Marriage16 November 1903 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Marshall, 24, bachelor, in the fishing industry, Catholic, a resident of Spanish Room married to Catherine Penney, 20, spinster, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Julia and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Katherine Penney5 
Children
Nickname Jack Marshall 
Birth8 June 1879 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; This is the date given in the Social Security Applications and Claims Index - states he was born June 8, 1879 in Burin, Canada.3,1,2 
Baptism1 July 1879 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "John of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: Ambrose Marshall and Martha Marshall."; Witness=Ambrose Marshall, Witness=Martha Hanrahan3 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, 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 Marshall4 
Marriage16 November 1903 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Marshall, 24, bachelor, in the fishing industry, Catholic, a resident of Spanish Room married to Catherine Penney, 20, spinster, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Julia and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Katherine Penney5 
(Witness) Death21 March 1916 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Died of convulsions, Roman Catholic, aged 19 months, born, died and was buried in Burin.; Principal=George Marshall6 
(Witness) Death22 August 1920 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Alphonsus Marshall", died of dysentery in Burin, aged 2 months. Also states he was born and died in Burin, that he was Catholic and that she was buried in Burin N.; Principal=Alphonsus Marshall7 
Census1921 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling 10 as "John Marshall", male, head, married, born in June, 1878 in Burin, aged 45. Living with him:
Catherine, female, wife, married, born October, 1883 in Burin, aged 37.
Margaret M., daughter, single, born October, 1904 in Burin, aged 16.
Matthew, son, single, born August, 1907, in Burin, aged 14.
Adolphus, son, single, born October, 1910, in Burin, aged 10.; Resident=Katherine Penney, Resident=Margaret M. Marshall, Resident=Matthew A. Marshall, Resident=Adolphus G. Marshall8 
ResidenceMay 1924 Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; Jack & Katherine relocated from Burin to Worcester, Massacusetts.; Principal=Katherine Penney9 
ResidenceMay 1924 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States; John & Katherine relocated from Burin to Worcester at this time.; Principal=Katherine Penney 
Census9 April 1930 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States; "John A. Marshall", living at 155 Chandler, renting for $35, has radio, male, white, 50, married, first age of marriage is 25, can read and write, born Canada - English, as well as his parents, language English, naturalized, emigrated in 1923, works as a housepainter, worked yesterday, not a veteran.
Katherine, wife, 46, married, first at age 20, born Canada - English as well as parents, can read and write, emigrated in 1924, alien, not working.
Margaret M., dau., 25, single, born Canada-English, can read and write, alien, emigrated in 1924, working as a children's nurse, did not work yesterday.
Matthew, son, 22, single, can read and write, born Canada - English, alien, emigrated in 1924, working as a chauffeur, worked yesterday, not a veteran.
Adolphus G., son, 19, can read and write, single, alien, emigrated in 1924, works in a Shoe Factory as a stockroom clerk, worked yesterday.
John J. Penney, nephew, 27, single, can read and write, born Canada - English as well as parents, alien, emigrated in 1928, works as an accountant in an envelope factory, worked yesterday.; Witness=Katherine Penney, Witness=Margaret M. Marshall, Witness=Matthew A. Marshall, Witness=Adolphus G. Marshall, Witness=John J. Penney10 
Military26 April 1942 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States; The WW11 Draft Registration states: John Joseph Marshall, residing at 38 Courtland Street, Worcester, Mass. is 62 years old, born Burin, NL, on June 8, 1879. Name of nearest relative is Catherine Marshall of the same address. He is working at Fiske-Carter Construction at 8 Norwood Street in Worcester. He is white, 5'9" tall, weighs 155 lb., has gray hair, blue eyes, ruddy complexion.11 
Death12 November 1957 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States12 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. Listing for John Joseph Marshall, born Burin, Canada, June 8, 1879. Accessed July 26, 2016.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Marshall, 01 July 1879.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1921 Census for Burin, North, Burin District, p. 145.
  4. [S435] E-mail Message. From George Marshall on 13 July 2006. They have copy and this is their transcription.
  5. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12439-10729-19 : accessed 28 October 2015), Marriages 1901-1903, Volume 04 > image 438 of 493; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Marriage Registration for John Marshall and Catherine Penney, November 16, 1903).
  6. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcription of Register of Deaths for Burin District 1915-17. Book 7, p. 429. From LDS microfilm.
  7. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 8, 1920-22, District of Burin, p. 438-452. Transcribed by Gordon Bennett, 2011, from LDS Microfilm.
  8. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1921 Census for Burin, North, Burin District, p. 145. Census taken between June and December of 1921.
  9. [S20] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 05 Dec 1981.
  10. [S1063] NEGHS, online http://www.americanancestors.org, United States 1930 Federal Census. Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2016. (Original index: United States Census, 1930. FamilySearch, 2014.) Listing for John A. Marshall of 155 Chandler, line 31.
  11. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Listing for John Joseph Marshall, born Burin, Canada, June 8, 1879. Accessed July 26, 2016.
  12. [S7] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Nov 1981.

John Joseph Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa October 1874 - )
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall1 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell1 b. c 1853
Birthcirca October 1874 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism12 October 1874 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Joseph of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Mary Ann Marshall."; Witness=Mary Ann Marshall1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Joseph Marshall, 14 October 1874.

Joseph Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa November 1876 - )
Last EditedDec 18, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall1 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell1 b. c 1853
Birthcirca November 1876 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism16 November 1876 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Joseph of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Witnesses: John Parsons and Isabel Kelly."; Witness=Isabella Marshall1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Joseph Marshall, 16 November 1876.

Josephine Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa June 1872 - )
Last EditedJan 16, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall1 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone1 b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893

Family

William Murray Hunt b. 1843, d. 23 Dec 1931
Marriage7 August 1887 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Church record states: Married William Hunt & Josephine Marshall. Witnesses: John Penny and Mary Joseph Hunt. By Rev. M. J. Ryan.; Principal=William Murray Hunt2 
Children
Birthcirca June 1872 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism27 June 1872 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Josephine of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: Augustin Burfit and Lizzie Marshall."; Witness=Elizabeth Marshall1 
Married Name7 August 1887 Josephine Hunt2 
Marriage7 August 1887 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Church record states: Married William Hunt & Josephine Marshall. Witnesses: John Penny and Mary Joseph Hunt. By Rev. M. J. Ryan.; Principal=William Murray Hunt2 
(Witness) Baptism9 October 1888 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Isabella of Richard Marshall and Mary Hardstone. Sponsors Patrick Walsh and Josephine Hunt".; Principal=Isabella Marshall3 
Residence Some time later they must have left Burin for Western Canada. They homesteaded near Wareman, north of Saskatoon and George James Marshall Jr. 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. 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Josephine Marshall, 27 June 1872.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of William Hunt & Josephine Marshall, 07 August 1887.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Baptism of Isabella Marshall, 09 October 1888.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242: Parish Registers of Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Item 3 - Baptisms, 1833-1894. Listing for baptism of Lucy Maude Hunt, 07 April 1890.
  5. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Canada Marriages, 1661-1949," database, (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F2GC-HFY : accessed 29 October 2015), William Bishop and Margaret M. Hunt, 10 May 1910; citing Halifax, Halifax, Nova Scotia, reference 2:3L4KFG7; FHL microfilm 1,298,988.(Marriage Registration for Margaret M. Hunt and William Bishop, May 10, 1910).
  6. [S435] E-mail Message. David and Marlene Farrell to Pat Balkcom, 29 Jan 2002
    (Marlene is a direct descendant of Josephine Marshall).
  7. [S435] E-mail Message. David and Marlene Farrell through John Touchings to Pat Balkcom, 1 Feb 2002
    (Marlene is a direct descendant of Josephine Marshall).

Loretta Patricia Marshall1

ChartsAncestors of Loretta Patricia Marshall
Descendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
Descendants of James Walsh
Descendants of John St. Croix & Catherine Vail
(10 July 1925 - 25 October 2001)
Last EditedMar 15, 2017
RelationshipMother of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherGeorge James Marshall1 b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
MotherCatherine Mary Walsh1 b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960

Family

Patrick Thomas Monogue b. 2 Jan 1927, d. 1 May 2013
Marriage23 October 1948 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The newspaper article states the following:
      "In St. Ann's Church, at 9:30 this morning, the wedding was solemnized of Loretta Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, and Mr. Patrick Thomas Monogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monogue. The Rev. Charles McColgan officiated. Given away by her father, the bride wore a white satin princess style gown, her fingertip-length veil caught to a white lace bonnet headdress. She carried white carnations and bouvardia. Only attendant for her sister, Miss Ann Marshall was gowned in raspberry tone moire taffeta, with headdress of white ostrich plumes, and she carried a nosegay of white carnations. Mr. Fred Bringleson was best man, and those ushering were Messrs. Samuel McMillan and Lorne Kemp. Floral decoration in the church consisted of asters      and chrysanthemums. Miss Mary McCann was organist and accompanied Miss Mary Moynighan, Toronto, who sang.
      A reception for 50 guests followed at Southgate. Receiving, the bride's mother was in a nut brown costume with hunter's green and gold accessories and Joanna Hill rose corsage. The groom's mother wore pencil blue with touches of black and Premier roses. Leaving for their wedding trip to Michigan, the bride wore a grey suit with black accessories, and her flowers were white carnations. The couple will reside at 237 East 22nd Street, Hamilton."          ; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue3,4
Child
Birth10 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 29.2 
Address10 July 1925 6 Case Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada2 
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.1
Notecirca 1931 Picture of the two Marshall sisters as young girls.
Loretta and Marguerite Marshall (c1931)
Loretta Marshall c1931
Notecirca 1945 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Picture of the three Marshall sisters taken in front of their house on Barnesdale Ave.
Margeurite, Annabelle, and Loretta
Married Name23 October 1948 Monogue 
Address23 October 1948 239 East 22nd Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue3
239 East 22nd St., Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Marriage23 October 1948 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The newspaper article states the following:
      "In St. Ann's Church, at 9:30 this morning, the wedding was solemnized of Loretta Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, and Mr. Patrick Thomas Monogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monogue. The Rev. Charles McColgan officiated. Given away by her father, the bride wore a white satin princess style gown, her fingertip-length veil caught to a white lace bonnet headdress. She carried white carnations and bouvardia. Only attendant for her sister, Miss Ann Marshall was gowned in raspberry tone moire taffeta, with headdress of white ostrich plumes, and she carried a nosegay of white carnations. Mr. Fred Bringleson was best man, and those ushering were Messrs. Samuel McMillan and Lorne Kemp. Floral decoration in the church consisted of asters      and chrysanthemums. Miss Mary McCann was organist and accompanied Miss Mary Moynighan, Toronto, who sang.
      A reception for 50 guests followed at Southgate. Receiving, the bride's mother was in a nut brown costume with hunter's green and gold accessories and Joanna Hill rose corsage. The groom's mother wore pencil blue with touches of black and Premier roses. Leaving for their wedding trip to Michigan, the bride wore a grey suit with black accessories, and her flowers were white carnations. The couple will reside at 237 East 22nd Street, Hamilton."          ; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue3,4
(Witness) Death16 January 1950 Mt. Hamilton Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; John died as a result of brain damage following a long and difficult labor.; Principal=John Patrick Monogue5 
Address12 February 1951 35 Mayflower Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue
35 Mayflower, Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Address1965-present 2017 Monterrey, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue 
Death25 October 2001 2017 Monterrey, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States; She died of metastatic cancer of the esophagus.; Witness=Patrick Thomas Monogue 
Burial29 October 2001 St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States 

Citations

  1. [S923] Unknown volume, Baptismal Record for Loretta Marshall: Copy of Baptism Extract held by Patricia Balkcom., July 12, 1925, St. Ann's Catholic Church.
  2. [S2] Unknown volume, Births, Deaths, Marriages in Newfoundland Newspapers 1825 - 1877 (Volumes 1 - 6), 10 July 1925, Office of Registrar General.
  3. [S167] Spectator, October 23, 1948.
  4. [S172] Certificate, Patrick Monogue and Loretta Marshall marriage of October 23, 1948.
  5. [S1105] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.

Margaret Marshall1

(circa 1846 - 12 September 1912)
Last EditedOct 18, 2015
Note It is not know if this individual's name of Marshall is her maiden name or her married name. 
Birthcirca 1846 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Death12 September 1912 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Margaret Marshall", died of General Debility in Burin, aged 66 years. Also states she died and was buried in Burin and that she was Catholic and that she was born in Burin.1 
BurialSeptember 1912 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 6, 1911-12, District of Burin, p. 431-439.

Margaret M. Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(October 1904 - 24 August 1995)
Last EditedOct 29, 2015
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Joseph Marshall b. 8 Jun 1879, d. 12 Nov 1957
MotherKatherine Penney b. Oct 1883, d. 1950

Family

John Hult
Marriage Principal=John Hult 
Nickname Madge Marshall 
BirthOctober 1904 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Resident) Census1921 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling 10 as "John Marshall", male, head, married, born in June, 1878 in Burin, aged 45. Living with him:
Catherine, female, wife, married, born October, 1883 in Burin, aged 37.
Margaret M., daughter, single, born October, 1904 in Burin, aged 16.
Matthew, son, single, born August, 1907, in Burin, aged 14.
Adolphus, son, single, born October, 1910, in Burin, aged 10.; Principal=John Joseph Marshall1 
Immigration24 May 1924 Information on the Manifest:
"Port of Vanceboro, Maine, 5/26/1924, Serial #749-49-13. Madge M. Marshall accompanied by mother Catherine Marshall, ages 39. Madge was born in Burin, Nfld, aged 19, female, not married, no occupation, can read and write, speaks English, Nationality is Newfoundland. Last permanent address is Burin, closest relative in Burin is Grandmother Margeret Perry (sic - should this be Penney?). She has never been in the US before and her passage was paid for by her father. Her destination is Worcester, Mass. with her mother and she is planning to stay over 6 months. She has never been arrested, ht. is 5'6", medium complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, no distinguishing markds. Left Sydney, Nova Scotia on May 24th on board the Kyle of the Reid Nfld. Co.2 
Married Name Hult 
Marriage Principal=John Hult 
(Witness) Census9 April 1930 Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; "John A. Marshall", living at 155 Chandler, renting for $35, has radio, male, white, 50, married, first age of marriage is 25, can read and write, born Canada - English, as well as his parents, language English, naturalized, emigrated in 1923, works as a housepainter, worked yesterday, not a veteran.
Katherine, wife, 46, married, first at age 20, born Canada - English as well as parents, can read and write, emigrated in 1924, alien, not working.
Margaret M., dau., 25, single, born Canada-English, can read and write, alien, emigrated in 1924, working as a children's nurse, did not work yesterday.
Matthew, son, 22, single, can read and write, born Canada - English, alien, emigrated in 1924, working as a chauffeur, worked yesterday, not a veteran.
Adolphus G., son, 19, can read and write, single, alien, emigrated in 1924, works in a Shoe Factory as a stockroom clerk, worked yesterday.
John J. Penney, nephew, 27, single, can read and write, born Canada - English as well as parents, alien, emigrated in 1928, works as an accountant in an envelope factory, worked yesterday.; Principal=John Joseph Marshall3 
Death24 August 1995 4 
BurialAugust 1995 St. John's Catholic Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States4 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1921 Census for Burin, North, Burin District, p. 145. Census taken between June and December of 1921.
  2. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Vermont, St. Albans Canadian Border Crossings, 1895-1954," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/… : accessed 28 October 2015), (M1461) Soundex Index to Canadian Border Entries through the St. Albans, Vermont, District, 1895-1924 > Roll 279, M624 Beulah-M625 Minerva > image 1986 of 8184; citing NARA microfilm publications M1461, M1463, M1464, and M1465 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). (Immigration Manifest for Madge M. Marshall, May 26, 1924).
  3. [S1063] NEGHS, online http://www.americanancestors.org, United States 1930 Federal Census. Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2016. (Original index: United States Census, 1930. FamilySearch, 2014.) Listing for John A. Marshall of 155 Chandler, line 31.
  4. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Grave for Margaret Marshall Hult, St. John's Cemetery, Worcester, Mass., Aug. 24, 1995.

Margaret Mary Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(August 1877 - before 1963)
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall1 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone1 b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893

Family

John Michael Paul b. Jul 1879, d. 30 Apr 1963
Marriage4 February 1902 Newfoundland, Canada; "Margaret Marshall, 23, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to John Paul, 21, bachelor, clerk, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were John Marshall and Julia Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=John Michael Paul5 
Children
BirthAugust 1877 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2,1 
Baptism14 August 1877 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Margaret Mary of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: Summarez Dubourdieu and Teresa O'Neil."; Witness=Saumarez Augustine Dubourdieu3 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, 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 Marshall4 
Married Name4 February 1902 Paul5 
Marriage4 February 1902 Newfoundland, Canada; "Margaret Marshall, 23, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to John Paul, 21, bachelor, clerk, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were John Marshall and Julia Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=John Michael Paul5 
(Resident) Census1 June 1911 Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada; "John M. Paul, of 435 George Street, Head of Family #4, married, born July, 1879, age 33, born Newfoundland, immigrated in 1901, English, Canadian, Catholic, grocer, on his own account in a store, has his own life insurance and can read & write. Living with him:
Margaret Paul, wife, born August 1877, age 33, born Newfoundland, immigrated 1901 (difficult to read), Irish, Canadian, Catholic, can read & write.
Elvira M., daughter, born June 1901, age 9, born in Nova Scotia.
James, son, born January 1905 in Nova Scotia, age 5.
Genevieve, daughter, born Nov. 1908 in Nova Scotia, age 2.
Elizabeth Paul, mother, widowed, born Nov., 1852 in Newfoundland, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=John Michael Paul2 
Deathbefore 1963  

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Margaret Mary Marshall, 16 August 1877.
  2. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Nova Scotia, District #40 Cape Breton South, Sub-District #18, Ward 3, City of Sydney, p.1, Family #4 (Paul, John). Ancestry Image #1 of 51.
  3. [S137] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  4. [S435] E-mail Message. From George Marshall on 13 July 2006. They have copy and this is their transcription.
  5. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12439-9268-93 : accessed 28 October 2015), Marriages 1901-1903, Volume 04 > image 429 of 493; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Marriage Registration for John Paul and Margaret Marshall, February 4, 1902).
  6. [S37] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 04 Dec 1980.

Mary Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(say 1814 - )
Last EditedNov 11, 2016
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall b. c 1774, d. 1 Dec 1853
MotherMary Houlihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848
Birthsay 1814  
Married Name Hooper 
(Witness) Baptism16 July 1845 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Agnes, parents Clement Benning and Susan Penny. Godparents Edward Morris and Mary Marshall.; Principal=Agnes Benning1 
(Witness) Baptism6 August 1848 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; John, parents Dennis Doherty and Mary Handrick. Godparents Philip Coady and Mary Marshall.; Principal=John Doherty2 
(Witness) Baptism14 August 1850 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Joseph, parents Clement Benning and Susan Penney. Godparents John O'Neill and Mary Marshall.; Principal=Joseph Benning3 
(Witness) Baptism25 August 1850 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; William, parents John Butler and mother's name is unreadable. Godparents Joseph Penney and Mary Marshall.; Principal=William Butler4 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of Agnes Benning, 16 July 1845.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of John Doherty, 06 August 1848.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of Joseph Benning, 14 August 1850.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of William Butler, 25 August 1850.

Mary Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa May 1835 - 8 February 1875)
Last EditedDec 12, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. c 1857
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897

Family

Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu b. s 1825, d. 1859
Marriage16 February 1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Andrew Dubourdieu and Mary Marshall. Witnesses: John Marshall and Margaret Burnine (?)."; Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu, Witness=John Marshall4 
Child
Birthcirca May 1835 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism19 May 1835 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Mary of Matthew Marshall and Frances Penney. Sponsors John Marshall and Marion Penney.2 
(Witness) Baptism25 June 1854 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents are listed as James Penny and Margaret Quirk. Witnesses were Henry Benning and Mary Marshall.; Principal=Mary Penney3 
Married Name16 February 1855 Dubourdieu4 
Marriage16 February 1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Andrew Dubourdieu and Mary Marshall. Witnesses: John Marshall and Margaret Burnine (?)."; Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu, Witness=John Marshall4 
Will18 March 1857 Mary is not mentioned in her father's will. Maybe this is because she had already married and moved to Nova Scotia.5 
(Witness) Death1859 According to information received from Cyril DuBourdieu, Andrew was swept overboard into the Atlantic. His wife and son, then moved back to Burin from Nova Scotia.; Principal=Andrew Saumarez Dubourdieu5 
Married Name29 October 1867 Burke6 
Marriage29 October 1867 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Church record states: Married Michael Burke and Mary Marshall Witnesses: Mat & Elizabeth Marshall.
(My note - this is the case of two first cousins (Mary, dau. of Richard Marshall and Mary, dau. of Matthew Marshall) marrying two brothers, Denis & Michael Burke. They married just a couple of months apart).; Principal=Michael Burke6 
Death8 February 1875 St. Jacques, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Witness=Michael Burke7 
BurialFebruary 1875 St. Jacques Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Jacques, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; "Erected by Michael Burk, In Memory of His Beloved Wife, Mary, Who Departed this life, Feb. 8, 1875, Aged 39 years"7
"Erected by Michael Burk, In Memory of His Beloved Wife, Mary, Who Departed this life, Feb. 8, 1875, Aged 39 years"
(Photographed by Janice Vallis-Keeping, 2013)

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Baptism of Mary Marshall, 19 May 1835.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of Mary Marshall, 19 May 1835.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, 1833-94. Listing for Baptism of Mary Penny, 25 June 1854.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of Mary Marshall & Andrew Dubourdieu, 16 February 1855.
  5. [S431] Web site: Website by Cyril Dubourdieu at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/u/b/…
  6. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of Mary Marshall & Michael Burke, 29 October 1867.
  7. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "St. Jacques Roman Catholic Cemetery (also known as) Nun's Cemetery in St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of headstones. Listing for Mary Burk (sic), died 8 February 1875, aged 39 years.

Mary Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(7 August 1934 - 31 October 2002)
Last EditedOct 29, 2015
Relationship2nd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew A. Marshall b. 11 Aug 1907, d. 1 Sep 2004
MotherBridget Buckley b. 23 Jul 1906, d. 30 Sep 2000

Family

William F. Lynch
Marriage Principal=William F. Lynch 
Birth7 August 1934 Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States1 
Married Name Lynch 
Marriage Principal=William F. Lynch 
Address1996 3 Pheasant Hill Run, West Boylston, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; Principal=William F. Lynch 
Death31 October 2002 West Boylston, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; Witness=Matthew A. Marshall1 
BurialNovember 2002 St. John's Catholic Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States2 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index.
  2. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Grave for Mary Marshall Lynch, St. John's Cemetery, Worcester, Mass., Oct. 31, 2002.

Mary Marshall1

(circa 1848 - 27 November 1912)
Last EditedOct 18, 2015
Note It is not know if this individual's name of Marshall is her maiden name or her married name.1 
Birthcirca 1848 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Death27 November 1912 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Mary Marshall", died of Blood Poisoning in Burin, aged 64 years. Also states she died and was buried in Burin and that she was Catholic and that she was born in Burin.1 
BurialNovember 1912 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 6, 1911-12, District of Burin, p. 431-439.

Mary Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa February 1846 - )
Last EditedDec 12, 2016
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall1 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Anne Penney1 b. s 1817, d. bt 1860 - 1870

Family

Denis Burke b. 1835, d. 27 Dec 1909
Marriage11 June 1867 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Marriage Record states: Married Denis Burke and Mary Marshall. Witnesses: Richard Marshall and Isabella Marshall.; Principal=Denis Burke3 
Children
Note There are several women named Mary Marshall during this time period, but I believe that the wife of Denis Burke, was Mary, daughter of Richard George Marshall and Mary Anne Penney.
Records that support this:
In the 1921, St. Jacques Census, "Mary Burke", widowed, states that she was born in Feb 1846 in Burin. Mary, daughter of Richard George, was baptized February 23, 1846.
Also, in the marriage record for Mary Marshall and Denis Burke, the witnesses are Richard Marshall and Isabella Marshall and Richard George had two children by these names who would therefore have been Mary's siblings.2 
Birthcirca February 1846 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism23 February 1846 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary of Richard Marshall and MaryAnn Penny. Witnesses: Matthew Marshall and Susanna Benning."; Witness=Matthew Marshall1 
Married Name11 June 1867 Burke3 
Marriage11 June 1867 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Marriage Record states: Married Denis Burke and Mary Marshall. Witnesses: Richard Marshall and Isabella Marshall.; Principal=Denis Burke3 
(Witness) Baptism29 December 1877 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Mary Ann of John Kelly and Isabella Marshall. Sponsors Ambrose Marshall and Mary Marshall".; Principal=Mary Ann Kelly4 
(Witness) Death2 December 1881 St. Jacques, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Although the gravestone transcription states she died in 1891, it appears that it should say 1881, given the age on the stone and the baptismal date.; Principal=Mary Ann Burke5,6 
(Witness) Death11 February 1886 St. Jacques, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Francis Leo John Burke7 
(Witness) Death27 December 1909 St. Jacques, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Denis Burke8,9 
Census1921 St. Jacques, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Burke", female, head, widow, born Feb. 1876 in Burin, aged 75.
Elizabeth E. Burke, female, daughter, single, born May 1872 in St. Jacques, aged 49.; Witness=Elizabeth Ellen Burke2 
Census1935 St. Jacques, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Dennis Burke, HH #2, owns her house, valued at $600, has 8 rooms in it, no radio, female, widowed, 89 years, born NL, parents born NL, British nationality, Catholic, can write, Income of $300 since June 1, 1935. Living with her:
Elizabeth Ellen, daughter, single, 63, born NL, Catholic, housework, no income."; Witness=Elizabeth Ellen Burke10 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Marshall, 23 February 1846.
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "Newfoundland 1921 Census for St. Jacques, Fortune Bay District" transcription of households, page 143. Listing for Mary Burke, widow, born February 1846 in Burin.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of Mary Marshall & Denis Burke, 11 June 1867.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-94. Listing for Baptism of Mary Ann Kelly, 29 December 1877.
  5. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "St. Jacques Roman Catholic Cemetery (also known as) Nun's Cemetery in St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of headstones. Listing for Mary Ann Burke, died 02 Dec. 27, 1891, aged 11 years & 4 months, daughter of Denis and Mary Burke.
  6. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-G1SL-9FW1 : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 23 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Mary Ann Burke, 15 September 1870.
  7. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "St. Jacques Roman Catholic Cemetery (also known as) Nun's Cemetery in St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of headstones. Listing for Frank L. J. Burke, died 11 February 1886, aged 12 years, son of Denis and Mary Burke.
  8. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "A Collection of Newfoundland Wills", accessed online 09 December 2016. Listing for Will of Michael Burke, transcription from Will Book Volume 8, Pages 57 - 59, Probate Year 1906. Will written May 24, 1906 in St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland. Transcription by Judy Benson and Ivy Benoit, last revised 25 November 2002.
  9. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "St. Jacques Roman Catholic Cemetery (also known as) Nun's Cemetery in St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of headstones. Listing for Denis Burke, died Dec. 27, 1909, aged 74 years, erected by his wife, Mary.
  10. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Census, 1935," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9FF-ZYGK : 16 April 2015), > image 98 of 693; Department of Tourism, Culture, and Recreation, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Vol. 4 (from p. 160) to vol. 5. Burin District -- Vols. 6-8 (to p. 621). Fortune, Burgeo, and La Poile District. Listing for Mary Dennis Burke.
  11. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SL-9X93 : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 19 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Philomena Burke, 20 September 1868.
  12. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-L1SL-9FTK : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 26 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Elizabeth Ellen Burks, 12 June 1872.
  13. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SL-96T2 : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 33 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Francis Leo John Burk, 23 June 1874.
  14. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SL-96B7 : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 47 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Isabella Burk, 24 September 1876.
  15. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-G1SL-9FQS : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 57 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Winifred Mary Burk, December 1879.
  16. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-91SL-9NHS : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 73 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Charles Joseph Burke, 02 April 1883.
  17. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "Newfoundlanders Who Served in the Canadian Army During WW1", posted by Daniel B. Breen, source of information is not given. Listing for Francis Regis Burke, states he was born 22 May 1892, and was born OR living in St. Jacques and that he served in Regiment #534484 and his next-of-kin was Mrs. Mary Burke (mother).

Mary Ann Marshall1

( - 29 August 1903)
Last EditedOct 18, 2015
Note It is very possible that this Marshall is the maiden name of this person - it could be Mary Anne Pike, but the death registration did not give an age at death so it is difficult to figure out who this is.1 
Birth Spanish Cove, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Witness) Baptism12 October 1874 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Joseph of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Mary Ann Marshall."; Principal=John Joseph Marshall2 
Death29 August 1903 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Mary Ann Marshall", died of Heart Dis. in Burin, no age given in the transcription. Also states she died and was buried in Burin and that she was Catholic and that she was born in Spanish Cove.1 
BurialAugust 1903 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 4, 1902-5, District of Burin, p. 434-445.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Joseph Marshall, 14 October 1874.

Mary Ann Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(26 October 1893 - )
Last EditedDec 11, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Marshall1 b. Dec 1843, d. 2 Nov 1896
Birth26 October 1893 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism18 April 1894 Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Ann, born October 26, 1893, to Richard (merchant) and Mary A. Marshall, in English Harbour West. Baptized by Rev. W. J. Browne on April 18, 1894."1 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-61B3-8XD : 4 June 2015), > image 85 of 131; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Listing for baptism of Mary Ann Marshall, 26 October 1893.

Mary Eliza Rose Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa July 1873 - )
Last EditedJan 16, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. 5 Nov 1838
MotherMary Anne Pike1 b. c 1837

Family

Joseph Penney b. c 1872
Marriage9 February 1907 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Rose Marshall, 33, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Joseph Penney, 34, bachelor, in the fishing industry, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Ellie Marshall and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Joseph Penney, Witness=Ellen Marshall5 
Name Variation Penny 
Birthcirca July 1873 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism27 July 1873 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Eliza Rose of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Anne Marshall."; Witness=Clement Benning1 
(Witness) Baptism4 April 1890 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents listed as Matthew Marshall and Mary Hampton. Godparents were Lawrence Boyle and Rosa Marshall.; Principal=Ellen Marshall2,3 
(Witness) Marriage14 November 1895 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Simon Nolan, 27, bachelor, fisherman, Catholic, trader, a resident of ?, married to Frances Marshall, 26, spinster, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Rose Marshall, Katie Riggs, George Penny and Matthew O'Brien. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Simon Nolan, Principal=Frances Anne Marshall4 
Married Name9 February 1907 Penney5 
Marriage9 February 1907 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Rose Marshall, 33, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Joseph Penney, 34, bachelor, in the fishing industry, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Ellie Marshall and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Joseph Penney, Witness=Ellen Marshall5 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Eliza Rose Marshall, 27 July 1873.
  2. [S1069] Alfred Marshall's Will & Codicils: Copy of Will held by Patricia Balkcom, Montpelier, VT.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242: Parish Registers of Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Item 3 - Baptisms, 1833-1894. Listing for baptism of Ellen Marshall, 04 March 1890.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Marriages, 1833-99. Listing for Marriage of Simon Nolan and Frances Marshall, 14 November 1888.
  5. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-12322-64214-57 : accessed 28 October 2015), Marriages 1905-1909, Volume 05 > image 117 of 168; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Marriage Registration for Joseph Penney and Mary Rose Marshall, February 9, 1907).

Mary Frances Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa February 1884 - )
Last EditedJan 12, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall1 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell1 b. c 1853
Birthcirca February 1884 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism24 February 1884 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents listed as Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Godparents were David Cody and Ann Allen.1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242: Parish Registers of Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Item 3 - Baptisms, 1833-1894. Listing for baptism of Mary Frances Marshall, 24 February 1884.

Mary Joanna Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(4 June 1910 - 15 July 1920)
Last EditedOct 18, 2015
Relationship3rd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAlfred Marshall b. 7 Nov 1874, d. 15 Dec 1959
MotherTeresa Reddy b. Jul 1877, d. 27 Jan 1952
Baptism4 June 1910 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were Patrick Coady and Ellen Marshall. Priest was Father J.M. McNamara.1 
Birth4 June 1910 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2 
Death15 July 1920 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Mary Marshall", died of consumption in Burin, aged 10 years. Also states she was born and died in Burin, that she was Catholic and that she was buried in Burin N.3 
BurialJuly 1920 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada3 

Citations

  1. [S29] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S30] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 8, 1920-22, District of Burin, p. 438-452. Transcribed by Gordon Bennett, 2011, from LDS Microfilm.

Mary Joseph Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(22 March 1886 - )
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall2,1 b. 6 Aug 1848, d. 30 Jan 1902
MotherMary Hampton2,1 b. c 1847

Family

Richard Penney b. c 1877
Marriage24 November 1904 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Joe Marshall, 19, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Richard Penney, 27, bachelor, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Ellie Marshall and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Richard Penney, Witness=Ellen Marshall3 
Name Variation Penny 
Birthcirca March 1886 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism22 March 1886 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Joseph of Matthew Marshall and Mary Hampton. Witnesses: Alfred Marshall and Agnes Power."; Witness=Alfred Marshall1 
Married Name24 November 1904 Penney3 
Marriage24 November 1904 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary Joe Marshall, 19, spinster, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Richard Penney, 27, bachelor, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were Ellie Marshall and William Penney. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Richard Penney, Witness=Ellen Marshall3 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Joseph Marshall, 22 March 1886.
  2. [S55] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 15 Sept 1992.
  3. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12439-9204-5 : accessed 28 October 2015), Marriages 1901-1903, Volume 04 > image 473 of 493; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Marriage Registration for Mary Jo Marshall and Richard Penney, November 24, 1904).

Mary Marguerite Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
Descendants of James Walsh
Descendants of John St. Croix & Catherine Vail
(4 December 1922 - 5 August 1969)
Last EditedMar 11, 2017
RelationshipAunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherGeorge James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
MotherCatherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960

Family

G. Alexander Sturrock b. 12 Mar 1920, d. 14 Mar 1990
Marriage20 March 1945 Hamilton, 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=G. Alexander Sturrock 
Birth4 December 1922 Saskatoon, Saskatoon County, Saskatchewan, Canada 
Notecirca 1945 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Picture of the three Marshall sisters taken in front of their house on Barnesdale Ave.; Principal=Ann Teresa Marshall
Margeurite, Annabelle, and Loretta
Married Name20 March 1945 Sturrock 
Marriage20 March 1945 Hamilton, 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=G. Alexander Sturrock 
Residence1969 38 Franklin Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; This is the address where Marguerite and Alec lived most of their married life.; Principal=G. Alexander Sturrock 
Death5 August 1969 St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Died of Cancer of the Colon. Was a housewife.1 
BurialAugust 1969 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Buried in Section 21 Row 11 Lot 42.1

Citations

  1. [S1113] Marguerite and G. Alexander Sturrock Gravestone, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States.

Mary Teresa Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa February 1880 - )
Last EditedDec 18, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Marshall1 b. s 1837, d. 8 Sep 1886
MotherMargaret O'Neill1
Birthcirca February 1880 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism28 February 1880 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Mary Teresa of Thomas Marshall and Ann O'Neil. Sponsors Clement O'Neil and Mary ?".1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-94. Listing for Baptism of Mary Teresa Marshall, 28 February 1880.

Matthew Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(say 1810 - circa 1857)
Last EditedJan 30, 2017
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall b. c 1774, d. 1 Dec 1853
MotherMary Houlihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848

Family

Frances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Marriage5 December 1833 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; The parish record states that Mathew Marshall married Frances Penny and that the witnesses were Isac (sic) Penney and Marian Penny (possibly siblings of Frances).; Principal=Frances Penney, Witness=Mary Anne Penney, Witness=Isaac Penney2,3 
Children
Nickname "Big Matt"1 
Birthsay 1810  
Marriage5 December 1833 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; The parish record states that Mathew Marshall married Frances Penny and that the witnesses were Isac (sic) Penney and Marian Penny (possibly siblings of Frances).; Principal=Frances Penney, Witness=Mary Anne Penney, Witness=Isaac Penney2,3 
(Witness) Baptism28 July 1838 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "George of John Penny and Priscilla Butler. Witnesses: Mathew Marshall and Caroline Butler."; Principal=George Penney4 
(Witness) Baptism23 February 1846 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Mary of Richard Marshall and MaryAnn Penny. Witnesses: Matthew Marshall and Susanna Benning."; Principal=Mary Marshall5 
(Witness) Baptism2 February 1847 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Julia, parents Clement Benning and Susan Penny. Godparents Mathew Marshall and Priscilla Penny.; Principal=Julia Benning6 
Note1851 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Matthew Marshall is listed along with his father, John Marshall, as building and owning a schooner named Milo, registered in Newfoundland, Vessel #S853047, Crew Number 1 and 2. It states they each owned 32 shares and lived in Burin, Newfoundland.7 
Probate4 December 1853 Burin, 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 the Schooner "Milo" (now in his possession) together with all my right and title in the property 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.8 
Note1855 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Canada, Seafarers of the Atlantic Provinces", states that Matthew built the following schooner:
1. 1855, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., mariner. Schooner named Reciprocity, registered in Newfoundland, Vessel #H856001, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
2. 1820, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., trader, dealer. Schooner named William, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S837040, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
3. 1826, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Messenger, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S830089, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
4. 1831, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Jane, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S832075, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
5. 1844, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Reindeer, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S849011, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
6. 1844, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Nautilus, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S851055, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 64.
7. 1851, owner, living in Burin, Nfld., merchant. Schooner named Milo, registered in Newfoundland. Vessel #S853047, Crew Number 1, the owner was the builder, Shares - 32. His son, Matthew Marshall, is listed as the owner of the other 32 shares and that he is Crew Number 2.7 
Occupation1857 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 Marshall9 
Will18 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 public 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 Penny9 
Deathcirca 1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Died on the steps of the Catholic Church in his 40's.; Witness=Frances Penney10 

Citations

  1. [S24] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Oct 1981.
  2. [S24] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Oct 1981,.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for marriage of Mathew Marshall, 05 December 1843.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for George Penny, 28 July 1838.
  5. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Marshall, 23 February 1846.
  6. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for baptism of Julia Benning, 02 February 1847.
  7. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, Seafarers of the Atlantic Provinces, 1860-1899 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data: Index of Surnames from the Ships and Seafarers of Atlantic Canada. CD-ROM. Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.
    Index of Surnames from the Ships and Seafarers of Atlantic Canada, CD-ROM. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1998.
  8. [S847] Will of John Marshall 2, p. 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  9. [S60] Will of Matthew Marshall. unknown file number.
  10. [S26] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 1982.
  11. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-99. Listing for Baptism of Frances Marshall, 08 September 1842.