Beatrice Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1880 - 5 August 1913)
Last EditedDec 10, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Marshall b. Dec 1843, d. 2 Nov 1896

Family

James Bindon b. c 1881
Marriage26 February 1906 English Harbour West, Newfoundland, Canada; Marriage Registration states: James Bindon, 24, bachelor, clerk, Catholic, living at Harbour Breton married Beatrice Marshall, 27, spinster, Catholic, living at English Harbour West were married by Rev. G. H. Hawkins and the witnesses were Richard Marshall and Angela Burke.; Principal=James Bindon2 
Birthcirca 1880 This date is based on the age given in the marriage registration.2 
(Witness) Will17 November 1897 Burin, Burin Peninsula, 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 of Bay(?) 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 Father's, 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 Marshall3 
Note17 November 1897 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Beatrice, is mentioned in the will of her grandfather, Richard George Marshall:
"... 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,..."1 
Married Name26 February 1906 Bindon2 
Marriage26 February 1906 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Marriage Registration states: James Bindon, 24, bachelor, clerk, Catholic, living at Harbour Breton married Beatrice Marshall, 27, spinster, Catholic, living at English Harbour West were married by Rev. G. H. Hawkins and the witnesses were Richard Marshall and Angela Burke.; Principal=James Bindon2 
Death5 August 1913 Placentia, Placentia & St. Mary's District, Newfoundland, Canada; Death record states: Beatrice Bindon, 32, died in Placentia of tuberculosis. She was attended by Dr. Lynch and the attending physician was V. F. Reardon. She was Catholic and had been residing in English Harbour and was buried in Placentia.; Witness=James Bindon4 
BurialAugust 1913 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada4 

Citations

  1. [S435] E-mail Message. From George Marshall on 13 July 2006. They have copy and this is their transcription.
  2. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-12322-61176-50 : accessed 29 October 2015), Marriages 1905-1909, Volume 05 > image 92 of 168; Provincial Archives, St. John's.(Marriage Registration for Beatrice Marshall and James Bindon, February 26, 1906).
  3. [S1180] Probate of the Estate of Richard Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1897 Folio 471, Volume 5 (FHL Film #2057768; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).
  4. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-10505-74029-32 : accessed 29 October 2015), Deaths 1911-1914, Volume 06 > image 432 of 458; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Death Registration for Beatrice Bindon, August 5, 1913).

Bernard George Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa September 1871 - )
Last EditedOct 7, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. 5 Nov 1838
MotherMary Anne Pike1 b. c 1837
Birthcirca September 1871 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism8 September 1871 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Bernard George of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike. Witnesses: Matthew Marshall and Frances Marshall."; Witness=Matthew 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 Bernard George Marshall, 08 September 1871.

Bridget Ursula Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(24 October 1914 - 8 March 2008)
Last EditedNov 12, 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
Name Variation Ursula Marshall; Called Ursula, not Bridget. 
Baptism24 October 1914 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were John Coady and Mary Reddy. Priest was Father M.F.MiGuire.1 
Birth24 October 1914 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Witness) Census1921 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling 12 as "Alfrd Marshall", male, head, married, born in November, 1874, in Burin, aged 46. Living with him:
Theresa, female, wife, married, born July, 1877 in Burin, aged 44.
Sarah., daughter, single, born March, 1904 in Burin, aged 17.
Richard, son, single, born December, 1905, in Burin, aged 15.
Frances, daughter, single, born September, 1908, in Burin, aged 12.
Carmel, daughter, single, born July, 1912, in Burin, aged 9.
Ursula, daughter, single, born October, 1914, in Burin, aged 6.
Teresa, daughter, single, born November, 1917 in Burin, aged 3.
Rita, daughter, single, born September, 1919, in Burin, aged 1.; Principal=Alfred Marshall2 
(Witness) Census1945 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling #39 as "Alfred Marshall", male, head, married, born in Burin, aged 71, lived in Burin in 1935 (as were all the family members listed here). Living with him:
Theresa, female, wife, married, born in Burin, aged 68.
Frances, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 37.
Ursula, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 30.
Teresa, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 28.
Living next door is Alfred's son, Richard and his wife.; Principal=Alfred Marshall3 
Occupationcirca 1982 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Is a retired secretary. Ursula never married.4 
Death8 March 2008 St. Patrick's Mercy Home, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada5 
ObituaryMarch 2008 "Passed peacefully away on Saturday, March 8, 2008 at St. Patrick's Mercy Home. Leaving to mourn one sister, Teresa, St. Patrick's Mercy Home as well as a large circle of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, LeMarchant Road. Visitation on Monday, March 10, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will take place on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 9:30 a.m. from St. Pius X Church. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery."5 
Burial11 March 2008 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Ursula is buried with her sister, Frances. The plots are in Section 2, Row 5.6 

Citations

  1. [S29] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [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.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1945 Census for Burin North, Burin District, p. 78.
  4. [S27] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 18 Jan 1982.
  5. [S985] In Memoriam, online www.inmemoriam.ca, Obituary for Ursula Marshall, died March 8, 2008; accessed November 12, 2015.
  6. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Gravestones of Holy Sepulchre RC Cemetery, Mt. Pearl, St. John's West, Newfoundland; contributed by Mary Rawlinson, 2012.

Carmel Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(27 July 1912 - 26 March 1978)
Last EditedNov 12, 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

Family

Walter J. White
Marriage They had 4 children, 3 boys and 1 girl.; Principal=Walter J. White 
Child
Baptism27 July 1912 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were Michael Penney and Cloitilda Penney. Priest was Father J.M.McNamara.1 
Birth27 July 1912 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Witness) Census1921 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling 12 as "Alfrd Marshall", male, head, married, born in November, 1874, in Burin, aged 46. Living with him:
Theresa, female, wife, married, born July, 1877 in Burin, aged 44.
Sarah., daughter, single, born March, 1904 in Burin, aged 17.
Richard, son, single, born December, 1905, in Burin, aged 15.
Frances, daughter, single, born September, 1908, in Burin, aged 12.
Carmel, daughter, single, born July, 1912, in Burin, aged 9.
Ursula, daughter, single, born October, 1914, in Burin, aged 6.
Teresa, daughter, single, born November, 1917 in Burin, aged 3.
Rita, daughter, single, born September, 1919, in Burin, aged 1.; Principal=Alfred Marshall2 
Married Name White 
Marriage They had 4 children, 3 boys and 1 girl.; Principal=Walter J. White 
Occupation Was a nurse.3 
Death26 March 1978 Canada4 

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [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.
  3. [S27] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 18 Jan 1982,.
  4. [S27] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 18 Jan 1982.
  5. [S986] South Coast Today, online www.southcoasttoday.com, Obituary for Brian J. White, died December 18, 2009; accessed November 12, 2015.

Caroline Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(1875 - 5 April 1912)
Last EditedJan 30, 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

Isaac Penney b. c Jun 1860, d. 3 Mar 1947
Marriage20 October 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Isaac Penney, 38, widowed, fishing industry, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Caroline Marshall, 23, spinster, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were John Marshall, and Rd. Pike and Margaret Marshall and B. Lundrigan. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Isaac Penney7 
Children
Name Variation Penny 
Birth1875 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
(Witness) Baptism7 April 1890 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents listed as William Hunt and Josephine Marshall. Godparents were George Penney and Caroline Marshall.; Principal=Lucy Maude Hunt2 
(Witness) Baptism1 June 1892 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - at Doddin Head (Lighthouse) Elizabeth of Richard Marshall, lighthouse keeper, and Mary Hartson. Sponsors Ignatius Coady and Caroline Marshall."; Principal=Elizabeth Marshall3,4 
(Witness) Baptism30 October 1893 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Baptismal record states that Richard, son of William and Josephine Hunt was born on Aug. 19, 1893 in Step-A-Side, Burin, Catholic, and that he was baptized on October 30 by Rev. O'Connor. Sponsors were Richard Marshall and Caroline Marshall.; Principal=Richard Hunt5 
(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 of Bay(?) 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 Father's, 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 Marshall6 
Married Name20 October 1898 Penney7 
Marriage20 October 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Isaac Penney, 38, widowed, fishing industry, Catholic, a resident of Burin married to Caroline Marshall, 23, spinster, also Catholic and living in Burin. Witnesses were John Marshall, and Rd. Pike and Margaret Marshall and B. Lundrigan. The officiating priest was P.M. O'Connor.; Principal=Isaac Penney7 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1908 Nova Scotia, Canada; Principal=Margaret Penney8 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 North Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada; "Isaac Penny" HH, born June, 1860 in Newfoundland, age 50, race English, nationality Canadian, religion Catholic, labourer in a coal mine. Appears to say that he worked 40 weeks for 25 hours a week for $600 earnings (all is difficult to read). His family is living with him and they are all English, Canadian, Catholic.
"Carry", wife, born August 1875, 36, born Newfoundland.
Martha, daughter, born Aug. 1899 in NL, 12.
Rita, daughter, born Nov. 1906 in Nova Scotia, 4.
Pius, son, born Dec. 1909 in Nova Scotia, 2.; Principal=Isaac Penney9 
Death5 April 1912 North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; Undertaker - J.J.Dooley, Doctor - M.J.Mclean. Lived on Archibald Ave. according to death certificate that Russell Hanam has. After she died, her husband, Isaac, moved to Worcester, Massachusetts.; Witness=Isaac Penney8 
BurialApril 1912 St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, North Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada8 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Caroline Marshall, 20 August 1875.
  2. [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.
  3. [S127] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  4. [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).
  5. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Items 1 -3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-99. Listing for Baptism of Richard Hunt, 30 October 1893.
  6. [S1180] Probate of the Estate of Richard Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1897 Folio 471, Volume 5 (FHL Film #2057768; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).
  7. [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 Isaac Penny and Caroline Marshall, 20 October 1897.
  8. [S108] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 08 Jan 1997.
  9. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1911. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2007. http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1911/Pages/…. Series RG31-C-1. Statistics Canada Fonds. Microfilm reels T-20326 to T-20460. Census Place: 12, Cape Breton North-Victoria, Nova Scotia; Page: 33; Line #45 - 50. Listing for Isaac Penny. Accessed July 26, 2016.
  10. [S7] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Nov 1981.

Catherine Jos. Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa June 1868 - )
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 June 1868 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism30 June 1868 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Catherine Jos. of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike. Witnesses: Richard Marshall and Anne Penny."1 

Citations

  1. [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.

Charles Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa November 1856 - )
Last EditedDec 12, 2016
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
Birthcirca November 1856 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism21 November 1856 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents are listed as Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Penny. Witnesses were Henry Benning and Mary Gleeson.1 
(Witness) Baptism12 April 1872 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - James of James Penny and Margaret Quirk. Sponsors Charles Marshall and Eliza Penny".; Principal=James Penney2 

Citations

  1. [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 Charles Marshall, 21 November 1856.
  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 James Penny, 12 April 1872.

Charles Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(8 December 1886 - 10 October 1890)
Last EditedOct 27, 2015
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall1 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell1 b. c 1853
Birth8 December 1886 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Residence listed as Lime Kiln Hill.1 
Baptism13 December 1886 Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Godparents were John Penny and Margaret Burkett. Performed by Rev. John Scott.1 
Death10 October 1890 Newfoundland, Canada; Reportedly there is an announcement of the death of "Charles Marshall, son of Ambrose and Mary Marshall who died at the age of three of measles," in the October 14, 1890 edition of the Royal Newfoundland Gazette.; Witness=Ambrose Marshall, Witness=Mary Farrell2 

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.
  2. [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.

Charles Mathew Marshall1,2,3

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(3 May 1881 - )
Last EditedDec 13, 2016
RelationshipGranduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall3 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone3 b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893

Family 1

Bridget Lonergan b. c 1883
Marriage21 April 1906 North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; Marriage Registration states that on this date, in North Sydney, (Roman Catholic), Charles Matthew Marshall, aged 25, bachelor, labourer living in Whitney Pier, born Burin, NL, son of Richard and Mary (father was labourer); married Bridget Lonergan of North Sydney, 22, born Burin, of Michael and Elizabeth (father labourer). Witnesses were Joseph Lundregan (Lonergan?) and Maggie Hunt. Priest was Rev. B. M. Mullins.; Principal=Bridget Lonergan7 

Family 2

Germaine Veronique Lucie Audoux b. 4 Jan 1895
Marriage16 September 1915 North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; Marriage Registration states that on this date, in North Sydney by license, Matthew Marshall, aged 31, bachelor, Catholic, soldier, private in the 94th living in the barracks at North Sydney, born Burin, NL, son of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone; married Germen Odou, 21, spinster, Catholic, living in North Sydney, born St. Pierre, NL, daughter of Joseph Odou (fisherman) and Veronica Quirk. Witnesses Ethel Allen and Ethel Bartlett. Married in the Church of England by Alfred W. Nicholls.; Principal=Germaine Veronique Lucie Audoux8,9 
Children
Birth3 May 1881 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Charles stated in his Declaration of Intention to become a US citizen that he was born on May 3, 1883. I believe the day and month are probably correct but the year was wrong as his baptismal record indicates he was baptized in 1881. In the Social Security Applications and Claims Index, it states he was named Charles Mathew Marshall (#070144819) and that he was born May 3, 1882 in Newfoundland, son of Richard Marshall and Mary Heartstone (sic).4,1,5 
Baptism28 May 1881 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Charles of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone (sic). Sponsors: Felix O'Neill and Agnes O'Neill." Priest was Father Born.4 
(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 of Bay(?) 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 Father's, 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 Marshall6 
Marriage21 April 1906 North Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Marriage Registration states that on this date, in North Sydney, (Roman Catholic), Charles Matthew Marshall, aged 25, bachelor, labourer living in Whitney Pier, born Burin, NL, son of Richard and Mary (father was labourer); married Bridget Lonergan of North Sydney, 22, born Burin, of Michael and Elizabeth (father labourer). Witnesses were Joseph Lundregan (Lonergan?) and Maggie Hunt. Priest was Rev. B. M. Mullins.; Principal=Bridget Lonergan7 
Immigration2 October 1912 Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States; Arrived from Newfoundland on the Hazel R. Hines at this port.1 
Marriage16 September 1915 North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; Marriage Registration states that on this date, in North Sydney by license, Matthew Marshall, aged 31, bachelor, Catholic, soldier, private in the 94th living in the barracks at North Sydney, born Burin, NL, son of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone; married Germen Odou, 21, spinster, Catholic, living in North Sydney, born St. Pierre, NL, daughter of Joseph Odou (fisherman) and Veronica Quirk. Witnesses Ethel Allen and Ethel Bartlett. Married in the Church of England by Alfred W. Nicholls.; Principal=Germaine Veronique Lucie Audoux8,9 
(Witness) Death3 November 1915 Regent Street, North Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Principal=(?) Marshall10 
Military13 April 1916 North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; Information from the Attestation Papers:
185th Battalion of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, Individual Military ID #878257.
Name - Matthew Marshall
Present Address - North Sydney, Nova Scotia
Birth: May 3, 1885, Newfoundland
Next of Kin - Jeman Marshall, wife of North Sydney, currently married
Trade - Labourer
Currently in Active Militia - yes
Ever Served in the Military - 94th Reg. for 14 months
Willing to serve in the C.O.E.F. - yes
Signed - Matthew Marsahll on April 13, 1916 at Broughton, Nova Scotia (Justice of the Peace for Cape Breton County)
Personal Description: Apparent Age - 31. 5'7" tall, 165 lbs, Chest Girth 39.5", expansion of 4.5". Blue eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, no distinguishing marks. Catholic. Last vaccinated 8 years ago has one vaccination mark on left arm.
Declared "fit for duty".

Pay Information: Rank of Private.
T.O.S. - 18 March 1916 (enlistment date), Entered 8 April 1916. Paid from March to October. Listed as absent on embarkation when Unit sailed on Oct. 12, 1916.
Another form stated that he was in the hospital in North Sydney on this date.
Further information from additional papers: born Burin, Newfoundland and has 1 daughter, named Ellen, age 1 year. States both his parents are deceased and that he is not insured. (19 July 1916)
On one paper, wife is listed as Jennie Marshall, living on Regent Street in North Sydney and Matthew signs a Will stating that all his personal estate is to go to her. Witnesses to the will are two miners from the Sydney Mines of Cape Breton. It appears that she receives pay for him until Dec. 31, 1917 but no further information is given as to when or if he went overseas. The 185th Battalion was known as the Cape Breton Highlanders.
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Naturalization5 June 1917 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States; "Charles Mathew Marshall" filed a Declaration of Intention to become an US Citizen. He stated: I, Charles Mathew Marshall, aged 34 years, occupation cotton grader do declare that my personal description is: Color white, complexion dark, color of eyes Blue, other distinctive marks none. I was born in Burin, Newfoundland on the 3rd day of May, 1883 (baptismal records indicate is was 1881). I now reside at 556 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. I emigrated to the United States from Burin on the vessel Hazel R. Hines; my last foreign residence was Burin. I am married and the name of my wife is Jernan, she was born at Miquelon and now resides with me. It is my bona fida intention to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince...and particularly to George V, King of Great Britain and Ireland, of whom I am now a subject. I arrived at the port of Gloucester in the State of Mass., on about the 2nd day of October, 1912...1 
Military12 September 1918 Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States; WW1 Draft Registration Card: Serial Number 2006, Order #547. Charles Matthew Marshall of 827 Main St., Cambridge, Mass. Aged 35, born May 3, 1883, white, Alien Declarant. Citizen of England (Newfoundland). Present Occupation - Munition Inspector for Gray and Davis. Nearest Relative Mrs. Jeaman Marshall of the same address. Signed Charles Mathew Marshall. Height - medium, build - medium, blue eyes, black hair.12 
CensusJanuary 1920 510 Shawmut Ave., Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States; "Charles Marshall" boarding at 510 Shawmut Ave., male, white, 36, married, emigrated 1912, has filed papers for naturalization, able to read and write, born Newfoundland, English is the mother tongue, parents born Newfoundland, sailor on a merchant vessel for a wage. Living with him:
Jeman Marshall, female, white, 26, married, emigrated in 1916, alien, can read and write, can speak English, born France, parents born France, French is the mother tongue.
Helen Marshall, aged 5, female, born Canada, emigrated 1916, alien, father born Newfoundland, mother born France.; Witness=Germaine Veronique Lucie Audoux, Witness=Helen Marshall8 
Death Bellevue Hospital, New York City, Manhattan County, New York, United States13 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Massachusetts, State and Federal Naturalization Records, 1798-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Naturalization Records. National Archives at Boston, Waltham, Massachusetts. Declaration of Intention, V. 130, No. 64117, 05 June 1917, Charles Mathew Marshall. Accessed July 13, 2016.
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1921 Census for Burin, North, Burin District, p. 145.
  3. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Charles Marshall, 28 May 1881.
  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 Charles Marshall, 24 May 1881.
  5. [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. Listing for Charles Mathew Marshall. Accessed July 13, 2016.
  6. [S1180] Probate of the Estate of Richard Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1897 Folio 471, Volume 5 (FHL Film #2057768; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).
  7. [S1010] Nova Scotia VS, online www.novascotiagenealogy.com, Marriage Registration, Year: 1906, Book: 1805; Page: 213; Number:120. (https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx). Marriage of Charles Matthew Marshall to Bridget Lonergan on 21 April 1906, North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Accessed 11 November 2016.
  8. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Boston City, Ward 6, Tract L-3 (part), Precinct 9 (part), bounded by West Concord, Washington, West Springfield, Shawmut Ave. Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Census Place: Boston Ward 6, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_731; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 175; Image: 921. Listing for Charles Marshall, Ancestry Image 13 of 18. Accessed July 26, 2016.
  9. [S1010] Nova Scotia VS, online www.novascotiagenealogy.com, Marriage Registration, Year: 1915, Book: 22; Page: 638. (https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx). Marriage of Matthew Marshall to Germen Odou on 16 September 1915, North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Accessed 11 November 2016.
  10. [S1010] Nova Scotia VS, online www.novascotiagenealogy.com, Birth Registration #481856 for Marshall, stillbirth on 03 November 1915, male child. (https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx). Accessed 11 November 2016.
  11. [S1061] Archives Canada, online www.bac-lac.gc.ca, Personel Records of the First World War (database online); digital records for Matthew Marshall of the 185th Battalion, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, ID#878257, records beginning with Attestation Papers, 13 April 1916, North Sydney, Nova Scotia (24 pages). Accessed 11 November 2016.
  12. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Registration State: Massachusetts; Registration County: Middlesex; Roll: 1685071; Draft Board: 2. Listing for Charles Mathew Marshall. Accessed July 13, 2016.
  13. [S7] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Nov 1981.

Clement Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa June 1859 - )
Last EditedJul 6, 2016
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
Birthcirca June 1859 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism19 June 1859 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents are listed as Richard Marshall and Mary Ann. Witnesses were Richard Walsh and Franny Marshall.1 

Citations

  1. [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 Clement Marshall, 19 June 1859.

Elizabeth Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa February 1846 - circa June 1885)
Last EditedDec 5, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. 10 Feb 1866
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Birthcirca February 1846 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism12 February 1846 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Elizabeth of Mathew Marshall and Fanny Penny. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Elizabeth Penny."; Witness=Clement Benning1 
Probate18 March 1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Left money and property by her father in his will - see transcription of will for full details.2 
(Witness) Baptism9 March 1869 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Godparents were Thomas and Elizabeth Marshall.; Principal=Frances Anne Marshall3 
(Witness) Baptism27 June 1872 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Josephine of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: Augustin Burfit and Lizzie Marshall."; Principal=Josephine Marshall4 
Deathcirca June 1885 St. Jacques, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; There is an announcement of the death of "Lizzie Marshall, daughter of Matthew and Frances Marshall," in the June 5, 1885 Evening Telegram (of St. John's, NL) stating that she was 39 years old.; Witness=Frances Penney5 

Citations

  1. [S130] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S60] Will of Matthew Marshall. unknown file number.
  3. [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.
  4. [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.
  5. [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.

Elizabeth Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(20 May 1892 - 5 April 1893)
Last EditedAug 16, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893
Birth20 May 1892 Dodding Head, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1,2 
Baptism1 June 1892 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - at Doddin Head (Lighthouse) Elizabeth of Richard Marshall, lighthouse keeper, and Mary Hartson. Sponsors Ignatius Coady and Caroline Marshall."; Witness=Caroline Marshall3,4 
Death5 April 1893 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; States she died of liver disease at age of 10 months and listed as Catholic.; Witness=Richard George Marshall, Witness=Mary Hartstone1 
BurialApril 1893 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 2, 1892-4, District of Burin, p. 153-163. Contributed by Carl Hustins, January 2009.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Items 1 -3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-99. Listing for Baptism of Elizabeth Marshall, 01 June 1892.
  3. [S127] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  4. [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).

Elizabeth Ellen Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa November 1884 - )
Last EditedDec 6, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall1 b. 6 Aug 1848, d. 30 Jan 1902
MotherMary Hampton1 b. c 1847
Birthcirca November 1884 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism11 November 1884 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Elizabeth Ellen of Matthew Marshall and Mary Hampton. Witnesses: David Cody and Mary (?)."1 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Elizabeth Ellen Marshall, 11 November 1884.

Ellen Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa March 1890 - )
Last EditedJan 16, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall1 b. 6 Aug 1848, d. 30 Jan 1902
MotherMary Hampton1 b. c 1847

Family

(?) Sotille
Marriage Principal=(?) Sotille3 
Birthcirca March 1890 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2 
Baptism4 April 1890 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents listed as Matthew Marshall and Mary Hampton. Godparents were Lawrence Boyle and Rosa Marshall.; Witness=Mary Eliza Rose Marshall3,2 
(Witness) 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, Principal=Mary Joseph Marshall4 
(Witness) 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, Principal=Mary Eliza Rose Marshall5 
Married Name Sotille3 
Marriage Principal=(?) Sotille3 
Address26 June 1957 150 Glendale Street, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States6 

Citations

  1. [S55] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 15 Sept 1992.
  2. [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.
  3. [S1069] Alfred Marshall's Will & Codicils: Copy of Will held by Patricia Balkcom, Montpelier, VT.
  4. [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).
  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).
  6. [S1069] Alfred Marshall's Will & Codicils.

Frances Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(20 September 1908 - 1998)
Last EditedNov 26, 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
Baptism20 September 1908 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were John Farrell and Mary B. Coady. Priest was Father J.M. McNamara.1 
Birth20 September 1908 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2 
(Witness) Census1921 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling 12 as "Alfrd Marshall", male, head, married, born in November, 1874, in Burin, aged 46. Living with him:
Theresa, female, wife, married, born July, 1877 in Burin, aged 44.
Sarah., daughter, single, born March, 1904 in Burin, aged 17.
Richard, son, single, born December, 1905, in Burin, aged 15.
Frances, daughter, single, born September, 1908, in Burin, aged 12.
Carmel, daughter, single, born July, 1912, in Burin, aged 9.
Ursula, daughter, single, born October, 1914, in Burin, aged 6.
Teresa, daughter, single, born November, 1917 in Burin, aged 3.
Rita, daughter, single, born September, 1919, in Burin, aged 1.; Principal=Alfred Marshall3 
(Witness) Census1945 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling #39 as "Alfred Marshall", male, head, married, born in Burin, aged 71, lived in Burin in 1935 (as were all the family members listed here). Living with him:
Theresa, female, wife, married, born in Burin, aged 68.
Frances, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 37.
Ursula, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 30.
Teresa, daughter, single, born in Burin, aged 28.
Living next door is Alfred's son, Richard and his wife.; Principal=Alfred Marshall4 
Occupation Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Taught day school for 38 years, then retired. Frances never married.5 
Burial1998 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Frances is buried with her sister, Ursula. The plots are in Section 2, Row 5.6 
Death1998 Newfoundland, Canada; This is the date of death on her gravestone.6 

Citations

  1. [S29] Unknown name of person unknown record type, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S31] 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, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1921 Census for Burin, North, Burin District, p. 145. Census taken between June and December of 1921.
  4. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Accessed November, 2014. Transcriptions for Newfoundland 1945 Census for Burin North, Burin District, p. 78.
  5. [S27] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 18 Jan 1982.
  6. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Gravestones of Holy Sepulchre RC Cemetery, Mt. Pearl, St. John's West, Newfoundland; contributed by Mary Rawlinson, 2012.

Frances Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa August 1842 - before 1857)
Last EditedOct 7, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall1 b. s 1810, d. 10 Feb 1866
MotherFrances Penney1 b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Birthcirca August 1842 1 
Baptism8 September 1842 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Bapt. Frances of Mathew Marshall and Frances Penny. Witn: John (?) and Julia Penny."1 
Deathbefore 1857 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; It appears that Frances died before 1857 as she is not mentioned in her Father's Will or in the Probate Records in 1866.; Witness=Frances Penney, Witness=Matthew Marshall2 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Parish Register of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Baptisms, 1833-99. Listing for Baptism of Frances Marshall, 08 September 1842.
  2. [S1177] Probate of the Estate of Richard Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1866 Folio 554, Volume 3 (FHL Film #2058630; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).

Frances Anne Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa March 1869 - )
Last EditedJan 30, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. 5 Nov 1838
MotherMary Anne Pike1 b. c 1837

Family

Simon Nolan b. c 1868
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, Witness=Mary Eliza Rose Marshall2 
Birthcirca March 1869 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism9 March 1869 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Godparents were Thomas and Elizabeth Marshall.; Witness=Thomas Marshall, Witness=Elizabeth Marshall1 
Married Name14 November 1895 Nolan2 
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, Witness=Mary Eliza Rose Marshall2 

Citations

  1. [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.
  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 Simon Nolan and Frances Marshall, 14 November 1888.

George Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(20 August 1914 - 21 March 1916)
Last EditedNov 15, 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
Birth20 August 1914 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
BaptismAugust 1914 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were James Penney and Catherine Penney. Priest was Vather M.F. Mcguire.1 
Death21 March 1916 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Died of convulsions, Roman Catholic, aged 19 months, born, died and was buried in Burin.; Witness=John Joseph Marshall, Witness=Katherine Penney2 
BurialMarch 1916 Family Cemetery, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada3 

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [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.
  3. [S7] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 27 Nov 1981.

George Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(2 May 1850 - )
Last EditedOct 7, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. 10 Feb 1866
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Baptism2 May 1850 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; George, parents Matthew Marshall and Fanny Penney. Godparents Doctor (?) McNeely and Priscilla Penney.; Witness=Priscilla Penney1 
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. However, when his father died in 1866, it was stated that he died without a Will and it appears that Frances Marshall received the property.2 
(Witness) Baptism22 February 1867 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Matthew of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike. Witnesses: Matthew George and Martha Pike."; Principal=Matthew Marshall3 
(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 Penney4 
(Witness) Baptism11 November 1874 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Alfred of Matthew Marshall and Sarah Farrell. Sponsors George Marshall and Sarah ...?".; Principal=Alfred Marshall5 

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 George Marshall, 02 May 1850.
  2. [S60] Will of Matthew Marshall. unknown file number.
  3. [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.
  4. [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.
  5. [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 Alfred Marshall, 11 November 1874.

George James Marshall1,2

ChartsAncestors of Loretta Patricia Marshall
Descendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(18 May 1885 - 18 April 1961)
Last EditedMar 15, 2017
RelationshipGrandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall2 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartstone2 b. 7 Sep 1848, d. c 1893

Family

Catherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960
Marriage11 February 1922 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; Performed by Rt. Rev Mgr. McDermott (Catholic). Sponsors were Felix Parsons and Ivy O'Brien. Stated the groom was 37 years old.; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh12 
Children
George James Marshall c1925
Birth18 May 1885 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Interestingly, George put down St. John's as his place of birth when he enlisted in the army, however, on another form he put down Burin.1,2,3 
Baptism24 June 1885 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "George of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: John Marshall and Elizabeth Keating."2 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1893 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; According to letter from Madeline Sansoucy, her mother (Isabelle Marshall) was only 5 (1893-4) when her mother died. Wrote to Newfoundland Vital Statistics, they don't have any death certificate for Mary Marshall between 1892 - 1902.; Principal=Mary Hartstone4 
(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 of Bay(?) 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 Father's, 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 Marshall5 
(Witness) Death11 March 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as "Richard Marshall", died of heart failure in Burin at the age of 79 years. Also states he was born and buried in Burin and was Catholic, was attended by Dr. H. Smith and the clergyman was Rev. P.M. O'Connor and that he was a lighthousekeeper.
My note - The probate records state that he died in November, 1897 which is the month when he wrote his Will.; Principal=Richard George Marshall5,6 
Immigration1900 According to the 1920 Census, George stated that he first came to the US in 1900.7 
OccupationApril 1917 Canada; Listed himself as a farmer when he enlisted.8 
ResidenceApril 1917 10 Cunard Place, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; When he enlisted in the army, George listed this address of his sister, Belle, (Mrs. Ernest Moignard) as his current address. 
Military21 April 1917 Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Information obtained from the Attestion Paper for George James Marshall, # 1258144. On this date, George took the oath entering the Overseas Canadian 10th Halifax Seige Battery in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force. The oath stated that "The Recruit above-named was cautioned by me that if he had made any false answer to any of the above questions he would be liable to be punished as provided in the the Army Act. The above questions were then read to the Recruit in my presence. I have taken care that he understands each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered as replied to, and the said Recruit has made and signed the declaration and take the oath before me at Halifax, this 21 day of April 1917".
The day before he had filled out the Attestation Paper and had answered the following questions.
1. What is your surname? Marshall
1a. What are your Christian names? George James
1b. What is your present address? 10 Cunard Place, Halifax, NS
2. In what Town and in what Country were you born? St. Johns, Newfoundland
3. What is the name of your next-of-kin? Mrs. Ernest Monagard (sic)
4. What is the address of your next-of-kin? 10 Cunard Place, Halifax, NS
4a. What is the relationship of your next-of-kin? Sister.
5. What is the date of your birth? May 18th, 1885
6. What is your trade or calling? Farmer
7. Are you married? No
8. Are you willing to be vaccinated or revaccinated and inoculated? Yes
9. Do you now belong to the Active Militia? No
10. Have you ever served in any Military Force? R.C.R. 3 yrs. (this is the abbreviation for the Royal Canadian Regiment, one of the oldest Canadian infantry regiments, founded in 1883)
11. Do you understand the nature and terms of your engagement? Yes
12. Are you willing to be attested to serve in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force? Yes
He then signed the Declaration which stated that "I hereby engage and agree to serve in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force, and to be attached to any arm of the service therein, for the term of one year, or during the war now existing between Great Britain and Germany should tht war last longer than one year, and for six months after the termination of that war provided His Majesty should so long require my services, or until legally discharged." Signed: Geo. J. Marshall, April 20th, 1917.1 
Note6 December 1917 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; The address that George gave when he enlisted in the army was just a couple of blocks outside of the devastation tht occured during the Halifax Explosion. It is probable that the house would have sustained some damage, at least in breaking windows. A brief background on the Halifax Explosion: The disaster occurred at 9:04 AM on the morning of Thursday, December 6, 1917. It was the result of an unlikely collision in the narrows of Halifax Harbour, involving the French ship, Mont Blanc - loaded with tons of wet and dry picric acid, TNT, gun cotton and benzol - and the Belgian Relief vessel, Imo, under Norwegian registry. A fire on the Mont Blanc resulted in a 2.9 kiloton explosion about twenty minutes later near Pier 6 that devastated the the north end of the city and killed approximately 2,000, severely injured 9,000. The major devastation was within a half mile radius of the blast with over $35,000,000 damage. Two back-to-back severe winter storms began the following day and exacerbated the already grim situation. 
Milit-Int22 March 1918 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Disembarked from Halifax as part of the 10th Siege Battery.9 
Milit-Int3 April 1918 Glasgow, Glasgow County, Scotland; Disembarked here from the S/S Missanabia.9 
Milit-Int18 October 1918 Wounded with gas.9 
Milit-End26 February 1919 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Place of discharge is Halifax. Description on discharge states he is 33 years, 9 months old. Height is 5 feet, 9 inches with medium complexion, blue eyes, brown hair.. He states he is a farmer and intends to live on the north side of Burin, Newfoundland. Reason for discharge is unit demobilization. States that he served in France and Great Britain. His rank was gunner. Also states that he received the British War Medal and a Victory Medal. (British War Medal: Granted to all officers and other ranks, who either entered a Theatre of War on duty, or left places of residence and rendered approved service overseas, on or before midnight 11 November 1918. According to regulation, all veterans of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who proceeded to the United Kingdom were eligible for the award. Victory Medal: Granted to all officers and other ranks who actually served on the establishment of a unit in a Theatre of War on or before midnight 11 November 1918.)10 
Occupationcirca 1920 Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States; Worked here before he got married, so I assume it was between 1919 and 1922. George Jr. says George Sr. worked for "Battles" a military footwear manufacturing company, I don't know if this is what he did in Lowell since I don't know where Battles was. 
Immigration2 March 1920 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as a Passenger on a ship (name of ship is not clear Stat Pachem ?) leaving St. John's, Newfoundland:
"George J. Marshall, age 32, single, male, farmer. Object in coming to Canada: return home. Birthplace: Burin, Newfoundland. Citizenship: Canadian. Race: British. Last permanent address: Burin, Nfld. Had previously lived at 10 Cunard Court, in Halifax. Left Canada Feb. 19, 1818. Destination is to sister's house (E. Moignard at 10 Cunard Court, Halifax). Health is good. Can read and write."11 
Census5 June 1920 Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States; Listed as:
George Marshall, at 86 South Broadway (appears to be a large boarding house or hotel), renting, male, white, age 35, single, immigrated to US in 1900, is an alien, can read, speak and write, born Canada, mother tongue is English, same for parents, is working as an operative in a Worsted Mill.7 
Land Grant1922 Saskatchewan, Canada; Wrote to the Saskatoon Land Titles Office, Court House, 520 Spadina Crescent East, Box 137, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3K5 to see if they had a record for Catherine and George Marshall. They said you'd have to provide a location such as Section, Township, and Range since records are not indexed by name. 
Residence1922 Saskatoon, Saskatoon County, Saskatchewan, Canada; After they were married, Catherine & George went to Saskatoon to farm and their first child, Marguerite, was born there.; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh 
Migrationbetween 1922 and 1925 After being married, George and Catherine went to Saskatoon to farm. Marguerite was born there in December, 1922. They then moved to Hamilton where Loretta was born in 1925 while they were living on Case Street. George was working for the Steel Company. They then moved to Melrose Ave. where George was born in 1931. This was following the depression, so they had to sell the house and Catherine and the children went on a ship to Placentia to stay with her family. Geeorge stayed in Hamilton to work and would come to visit every couple of months. Marguerite and Loretta went to school in Placentia and Annabelle was born there. They were able to move back to Hamilton around 1934 and Neil was born here. 
Marriage11 February 1922 Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Performed by Rt. Rev Mgr. McDermott (Catholic). Sponsors were Felix Parsons and Ivy O'Brien. Stated the groom was 37 years old.; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh12 
Immigration14 February 1922 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; Manifest of SS Rosalind states that the ship sailed from St. John's, Newfoundland, on the 14th of February and arrived at Halifax, NS on the 17th February.
Listed as Passengers:
"Marshall, George J., age 22, male, married, returning resident, 11 years in Canada, born Newfoundland. Destination and last permanent residence was the same: 33 Falkland St., Halifax. Nearest relative listed as John Marshall, brother, of Burin, Nfld. Listed as Admitted. Travelling with him: Catherine, Marshall, age 24, female, married, born Nfld. Same addresses given. Stated she had $125 in her possession and that she "landed" rather than was "admitted".13 
Residence1925 Case Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh 
Residence1931 Melrose Avenue, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh 
Residencebetween 1931 and 1932 111 Melrose Ave. North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Marshall, George J. (Catherine) wks Steel Co., h14
111 Melrose Ave. North, Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Residence1934 81 Barnesdale Ave. North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Marshall, George J. (Catherine) wks Steel Co., h
(Note in 1934 it stated 87 Barnesdale and in 1935 it stated 81 Barnesdale, I don't know if this is a typo or not.15
Occupation1940 Steel Company, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; George was a steelworker for many years. Not sure of the dates that he worked here. 
Notecirca 1945 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Picture of the George Marshall Sr. and his two sons.
Neil, George Sr., George Jr. Marshall (c1945)
Residencecirca 1958 38 Franklin Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; About this time, George & Catherine sold their house on Barnesdale Ave. and moved into a basement apartment in Marguerite's house.; Principal=Catherine Mary Walsh 
Address18 April 1961 38 Franklin Ave, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; George was living with his daughter, Marguerite, and her family when he died. Several years before, they had made an apartment in their basement for George and Catherine to live in.16 
Death18 April 1961 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Was getting his haircut, asked the barber for a glass of water, when the barber came back, George was dead in the chair.17 
BurialApril 1961 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Age at date of death listed as 75 years, 11 months, 2 days.17
Photographed June, 2015 by Patricia Balkcom

Citations

  1. [S3] George James Marshall, George James Marshall, Regimental #1258144, Canadian Expeditionary Force World War I, Military Record.
  2. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for George Marshall, 24 June 1885.
  3. [S1115] George James and Catherine Marshall Gravestone, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, Patricia Balkcom, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States.
  4. [S15] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 16 July 1984,.
  5. [S1180] Probate of the Estate of Richard Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1897 Folio 471, Volume 5 (FHL Film #2057768; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).
  6. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-24QJ-F : 4 June 2015), Deaths 1891-1896, Volume 02 > image 367 of 449; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Death Registration for Richard Marshall, died March 11, 1898, Burin, Newfoundland.
  7. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Lawrence City, Ward 6 (part), Precincts 16, 17 (part), bounded by Merrimac River, South Union, Salem, South Broadway, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_692; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0133; Image: 912. Entry for George Marshall, Ancestry Image #4 of 6, accessed: August 9, 2015.
  8. [S36] George James Marshall, Regimental #1258144, Canadian Expeditionary Force World War I.
  9. [S4] George James Marshall, Regimental #1258144, Canadian Expeditionary Force World War I, Casualty Form.
  10. [S36] George James Marshall, Regimental #1258144, Canadian Expeditionary Force World War I, Discharge papers.
  11. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, Ocean Arrivals (Form 30A), 1919-1924 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. (Image #4787 of 4833 for George J. Marshall, accessed: August 9, 2015)
    Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Form 30A, 1919-1924 (Ocean Arrivals). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, n.d.. RG 76. Department of Employment and Immigration Fonts. Microfilm Reels: T-14939 to T-15248.
  12. [S47] Unknown volume, Marshall/Walsh Marriage, 11 February 1922, Registrar of Vital Statistics.
  13. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010, Image #4 of 5 (for ship SS Rosalind, 14 February 1922, passengers George & Catherine Marshall, accessed: 09 August 2015).
    Original data: Passenger Lists, 1865–1935. Microfilm Publications T-479 to T-520, T-4689 to T-4874, T-14700 to T-14939, C-4511 to C-4542. Library and Archives Canada, n.d. RG 76-C. Department of Employment and Immigration fonds. Library and Archives Canada Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  14. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1931 - 1932.
  15. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1934.
  16. [S35] George James Marshall Cemetery Record, Holy Sepluchre Catholic Cemetery, 600 Spring Gardens Road, Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
  17. [S1114] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, providing record for Sr. George James Marshall, died 2002.
  18. [S923] Baptismal Record for Loretta Marshall: Copy of Baptism Extract held by Patricia Balkcom., July 12, 1925, St. Ann's Catholic Church.

Gertrude Isabel Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(3 December 1879 - 26 November 1880)
Last EditedDec 12, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Marshall1 b. Dec 1843, d. 2 Nov 1896
Birth3 December 1879 English Harbour, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Transcription of Gravestone states that Gertrude was born Dec. 3, 1879. However, baptismal record states 6 June 1879, so I am guessing that the baptismal record should be 6 June 1880.2,1 
Baptism6 June 1880 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Bernard, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; "Gertrude Isabel of Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine of E.H. (English Harbour). Sponsors: Isaac Burk and Elizabeth Burk. By F. McCullan."3,1 
Death26 November 1880 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Witness=Richard Marshall2 
BurialNovember 1880 English Harbour West Catholic Cemetery, English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Gravestone transcription states: Gertrude Marshall, birth Dec. 3, 1879, death Nov. 26, 1880, daughter of Richard and Mary Ann. Posted by Marvin & Samme Templlin, January 9, 2016. Find A Grave Memorial# 1568814262 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-91SL-9N6N : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 60 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Gertrude Isabel Marshall, 06 June 1880.
  2. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Listing for Gertrude Marshall, died Nov. 26, 1880, daughter of Richard and Mary Ann.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Bernard's, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of Baptisms, 1876 - 1883. Listing for Gertrude Isabel Marshall, baptized 06 June 1880.

Helen Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1914 - )
Last EditedJul 25, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherCharles Mathew Marshall1 b. 3 May 1881
MotherGermaine Veronique Lucie Audoux1 b. 4 Jan 1895
Birthcirca 1914 Nova Scotia, Canada1,2 
Emigration7 November 1916 Vanceboro, Maine, United States; The Manifest states that Helen Marshall is travelling with her mother, Germaine Marshall. Germaine is 21, white, female, married, unemployed. She can read and write and is of French nationality. Her last residence was Canada and her closest relative there is her father, Joseph Ludoux, who is living in North Sydney, NS which was her last residence. Her final destination is Boston. She was a citizen of Miquelon. She is going to meet her husband, Mathew Marshall in Boston - street address is hard to read. She is 4'11" tall of medium complexion with Brown eyes and dark hair. She was born in St. Pierre, Miquelon, and went to No. Sydney in 1906. Helen, is 2 and was born in No. Sydney. The current landing in Vanceboro was on the Canadian Pacific Railway on Nov. 7, 1916.; Principal=Germaine Veronique Lucie Audoux2 
(Witness) CensusJanuary 1920 510 Shawmut Ave., Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States; "Charles Marshall" boarding at 510 Shawmut Ave., male, white, 36, married, emigrated 1912, has filed papers for naturalization, able to read and write, born Newfoundland, English is the mother tongue, parents born Newfoundland, sailor on a merchant vessel for a wage. Living with him:
Jeman Marshall, female, white, 26, married, emigrated in 1916, alien, can read and write, can speak English, born France, parents born France, French is the mother tongue.
Helen Marshall, aged 5, female, born Canada, emigrated 1916, alien, father born Newfoundland, mother born France.; Principal=Charles Mathew Marshall1 

Citations

  1. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Boston City, Ward 6, Tract L-3 (part), Precinct 9 (part), bounded by West Concord, Washington, West Springfield, Shawmut Ave. Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Census Place: Boston Ward 6, Suffolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_731; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 175; Image: 921. Listing for Charles Marshall, Ancestry Image 13 of 18. Accessed July 26, 2016.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1956 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. The National Archives at Washington, D.C.; Washington, D.C.; Alphabetical Manifest Cards of Alien Arrivals at Vanceboro, Maine, ca. 1906-December 24, 1952; National Archives Microfilm Publication: M2071; Roll: 6; Record Group Title: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; Record Group Number: 85. Listing for Helen Marshall, Arrival in Vanceboro, Maine, November 9, 1916. Accessed July 26, 2016.

Herbert Joseph Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa August 1877 - )
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 1877 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism12 August 1877 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Herbert Joseph of John Marshall and Mary Ann Pike. Witnesses: Summarez Dubourdieu and Elisa Shock."; Witness=Saumarez Augustine Dubourdieu1 

Citations

  1. [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.

Irene Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1891 - )
Last EditedDec 11, 2016
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Marshall1 b. Dec 1843, d. 2 Nov 1896
Birthcirca 1891 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-2WCZ-Q : 4 June 2015), > image 92 of 161; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Newfoundland Deaths registers, books 4 (from p. 332) to 6 (to p. 333), 1902-1914. Listing for death of Irene Marshall, 16 March 1906.

Isabella Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(say 1807 - circa 1830)
Last EditedAug 15, 2017
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall b. c 1774, d. 1 Dec 1853
MotherMary Houlihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848

Family

Charles Hodder
Marriage30 November 1829 Burin, 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, Witness=John Marshall1 
Birthsay 1807  
Married Name30 November 1829 Hodder1 
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, Witness=John Marshall1 
Deathcirca 1830 Newfoundland, Canada; I have no proof of this - some ancestry family trees claim Isabella died early and that Charles married again to a woman by the name of Frances (no maiden name given). 

Citations

  1. [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.

Isabella Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(3 September 1849 - )
Last EditedJan 12, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Anne Penney b. s 1817, d. bt 1860 - 1870

Family

John Kelly
Marriage4 November 1875 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Kelly and Isabella Marshall. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Ambrose Marshall, Lizzie Benning, Mary O'Neill."
(Note - There were two Isabella Marshalls of the correct age at this time who could have married John Kelly. I am assuming that since the witness was Ambrose Marshall that he was probably the brother of Isabella (children of Richard Marshall). The other Isabella was the daughter of Matthew Marshall and would have been their first cousin.; Principal=John Kelly5,6 
Children
Baptism3 September 1849 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Isabella, parents Richard Marshall and Marian Penney. Godparents Joseph Penney and Priscilla Penney.; Witness=Joseph Penney, Witness=Priscilla Penney1 
(Witness) Marriage3 November 1870 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Church record states: Married Mat Marshall & Martha Hanrahan. Witnesses: Ambrose and Isabella Marshall.; Principal=Martha Hanrahan, Principal=Matthew Marshall2 
(Witness) MarriageFebruary 1873 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Married - John O'Rielly and Ann O'Neil. Witnesses - Ambrose Marshall and Isabella Marshall".; Groom=John O'Rielly, Bride=Ann O'Neill3 
(Witness) Marriage26 November 1873 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were John Farrell and Isabella Marshall.; Principal=Mary Farrell, Principal=Ambrose Marshall4 
Marriage4 November 1875 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "John Kelly and Isabella Marshall. Witnesses: Clement Benning and Ambrose Marshall, Lizzie Benning, Mary O'Neill."
(Note - There were two Isabella Marshalls of the correct age at this time who could have married John Kelly. I am assuming that since the witness was Ambrose Marshall that he was probably the brother of Isabella (children of Richard Marshall). The other Isabella was the daughter of Matthew Marshall and would have been their first cousin.; Principal=John Kelly5,6 
Married Name4 November 1875 Kelly5 
(Witness) Baptism16 November 1876 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Joseph of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Witnesses: John Parsons and Isabel Kelly."; Principal=Joseph Marshall7 

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 Isabella Marshall, 03 September 1849.
  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 Matthew Marshall & Martha Hanrahan, 03 November 1870.
  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 John O'Rielly and Ann O'Neil, February 1873.
  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 Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell, 26 November 1873.
  5. [S27] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 18 Jan 1982.
  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 John Kelly and Isabella Marshall, 04 November 1875.
  7. [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.
  8. [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.
  9. [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 Vincent Joseph Kelly, 19 January 1884.
  10. [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 Susanna Kelly, 29 August 1887.

Isabella Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa May 1844 - before 1857)
Last EditedOct 7, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Marshall b. s 1810, d. 10 Feb 1866
MotherFrances Penney b. c 1811, d. May 1897
Birthcirca May 1844  
Baptism23 May 1844 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Bapt. Isabella of Mathew Marshall and Fanny Penny. Witn: William Benning and Mary Marshall."1 
Deathbefore 1857 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; It appears that Isabella died before 1857 as she is not mentioned in her Father's Will or in the Probate Records in 1866.; Witness=Matthew Marshall, Witness=Frances Penney 

Citations

  1. [S1178] St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, Baptism of Isabella Marshall, LDS Film #2169242, Item 3.

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 EditedOct 8, 2017
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. We do not know where John was born, family tradition states it was in Pool, Devon, England. 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 
Land26 November 1832 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Henry Mayo Martin to John Marshall: Know all men by these present that I Henry Mayo Martin for and in consideration of the sum of Fortyfive Pounds of Sterling Money of Great Britain to me in hand will and truly paid by John Marshall in the Island of Newfoundland before the sealing and delivery of these Presents,m the receipt whereof I do herby acknowledge and myself to be therewith content, have granted, bargained, sold, conveyed and confirmed by these Presents do grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said John Marshall and his Heirs and assigns all that Plantation, Houses Gardens Fields and Flakes, situate lying and being in Burin the Island aforesaid and commonly known and called "Shandy Hall" together with all and every the appurtenances to the same in any wise belonging or appertaining and also all my estate right title interest claim property and demand of in to and out of the same and every part and parcel thereof unto the said John Marshall his Heirs and assigns forever. To Have and to Hold the said property here before described with the belongings and improvements thereon and the Privileges and appurtenances thereof together with all my Estate, Right, Title, Interest claims property and around of in to and out of the same and every part and parcel thereof unto the said John Marshall his Heirs and assigns forever unto his and their own sole use and benefit and behalf forever.
In Witness whereof I the said Henry Mayo Martin have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal at Saint John's in the said Island of Newfoundland this Twenty sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two.
Singed, Sealed, Executed and delivered in the presence of Edward Archibald, A. Hagmeto.
Henry May Martin by his Attorney, Hugh A. Emerson."
Followed by Notary Public statement.8 
Land Grant10 October 1835 Bell's Cove, Little Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada9 
Note1838 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed as a member of the Board of Commissioners for Roads and Bridges in Burin.10 
(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 Houlihan11,12 
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.13,14 
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).15,2,16 
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 
Probate31 March 1854 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; There are several pages in the Probate records but the important points are that Mathew and Richard Marshall were acting as adminstrators of the estate of their Father, John Marshall who had died the previous year. They had not been appointed as the executors.
They each took out a bond that guaranteed their estimate of the value of the estate. ("...personally appeared Matthew Marshall of Burin in the Southern District, Dealer and...in the sum of three thousand Pounds of good and lawful Money of Great Britain...) and (I, Richard Marshall of Burin do swear that I believe that John Marshall, late of Burin, dealer, deceased, died with a Will and that I will well and truly Administer al land every the Goods of the said deceased...according to the best of my knowledge, judment, and belief, amount to the value of four thousand Pounds sterling...") Both Matthew and Richard Marshall were able to sign their names. In this Folio, I did not see the final inventory sheet included.17 

Citations

  1. [S23] John Marshall.
  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. [S1181] Bill of Sale, Shandy Hall Property, Burin, Newfoundland from Henry Mayo Martin to John Marshall, November 27, 1832; LDS Microfilm #2071102.
  9. [S25] Unknown author, Register of Crown Lands.
  10. [S532] Mildred Howard, Royal Gazette of Newfoundland, p. 148.
  11. [S48] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 15 Aug 1992.
  12. [S134] Unknown volume, Tombstone Inscription for Mary (Hoolihan) Marshall.     
    , 1848, (old) Catholic Cemetery.
  13. [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.
  14. [S847] Will of John Marshall of Burin, Volulme 2, p. 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  15. [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.
  16. [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).
  17. [S1176] Probate of the Estate of John Marshall, died Burin, Newfoundland, 1853; Folio 217, Volume 3 (FHL Film #2071102; Newfoundland Estate Records 1830-1975 held by the Supreme Court of Newfoundland).