Orlando Marshall1,2

(14 March 1887 - 1962)
Last EditedSep 22, 2020
FatherJohn Wilson Marshall1 b. c 1853, d. 2 Aug 1920
MotherFrances Amelia Welsh1 b. 25 Oct 1858, d. 16 Oct 1930

Family

Mary Ann Fox b. c 1891
Marriage20 December 1915 Pool's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada; Transcription of record states that Orlando Marshall, 27, born Pool's Cove married Mary Ann Fox, 24, in Pool's Cove on 20 December 1915.; Principal=Mary Ann Fox3 
Children
Birth14 March 1887 Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism5 July 1891 Congregational Church, Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Birth Registration states that Arlando Marshall, son of Wilson, fisherman, and Amelia Marshall, was born at Pool's Cove, 14 March 1887. He was baptized by John Squires of the Congregational Church on 5 July 1891.1 
Marriage20 December 1915 Pool's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada; Transcription of record states that Orlando Marshall, 27, born Pool's Cove married Mary Ann Fox, 24, in Pool's Cove on 20 December 1915.; Principal=Mary Ann Fox3 
ResidenceOctober 1945 Pool's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada; Resident=Mary Ann Fox, Resident=John Wilson Marshall, Resident=Edna Marshall, Resident=Frederick Marshall, Resident=Kenneth Marshall, Resident=Hazel Marshall, Resident=George Lawson Marshall4 
Burial1962 United Church Cemetery, Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada5 
Death1962 5 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1850-1949 [database on-line]. Surname Range: Births 1891-1892, Certificate Number 640001-646442, image #64 of 198. Listing the birth of Arlando Marshall, son of Wilson and Amelia Marshall, born 14 March 1887 , Pool's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]; Sbrowselevel_3: Birth 1875-1891, Vol· 103, image #10 of 11. Listing the birth of Orlando Marshall, son of Wilson and Amelia Marshall, born 14 March 1887 , Pool's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Pool's Cove Marriages, 1890-1935, transcribed by Marilyn Butt, 2003; listing the marriage of Orlanda Marshall and Mary Ann Fox, 20 December 1915.
  4. [S1374] Newfoundland Census 1935, Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay - Hermitage District. Family #18, Orlando and Mary A. Marshall.
  5. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, accessed 02 September 2020), memorial page for Orlando Marshall (unknown–1962), Find a Grave Memorial no. 112189835, citing Pool's Cove United Church Cemetery, Pools Cove, South Coast Census Division, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada ; Maintained by Christina (contributor 46772328) .
  6. [S1373] Newfoundland Census 1935, District of Fortune Bay, Microfilm Reel M-8048, Pages134-142; Community of Poole's Cove. Listing family of Orlando and Mary Ann Marshall, line 284.

Patricia Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
Last EditedNov 21, 2020
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherHarold Marshall1 b. 2 Nov 1923, d. 29 Sep 1991
MotherIla Elaine Elliott1 b. 4 May 1925, d. 18 Jan 2010
Birth Michigan, United States 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: Obituary for Ila Marshall; accessed 11/20/2020 at https://www.hopcroftfuneraldirectors.com/obituaries/…

Patrick Marshall1

(circa 1908 - 30 December 1941)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. c 1872, d. 12 Sep 1927
MotherClara (?)1 b. c 1886, d. 11 Dec 1970
Birthcirca 1908 Date based on age on gravestone.1 
Death30 December 1941 Witness=Clara (?)1 
BurialJanuary 1942 Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Section G, plot 102. Buried with parents John and Clara.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Patrick Kevin Marshall1

( - 14 September 2012)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
FatherRonald Marshall1
MotherAgnes Hall2
Death14 September 2012 1 
BurialSeptember 2012 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Plot #40434; no age given; buried next to Ronald Marshall (died Oct. 2002)1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Obituaries for The Telegram (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada); obituary for Ronald Marshall, October 2002.

Peter Marshall1

(circa 1904 - 14 April 1990)
Last EditedNov 22, 2020
Birthcirca 1904 1 
Death14 April 1990 1 
BurialApril 1990 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Buried in Plot #11172-A. States it is a single plot. Cemetery record indicates date of death and age of 85.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Philip Marshall1

(circa 1777 - September 1854)
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherDavid Marshall2 b. c 1740, d. 22 Jan 1820
MotherAmy (?)2

Family

Jane Fry b. s 1785
Marriagecirca 1804 Principal=Jane Fry5 
Children
Birthcirca 1777 2 
(Witness) Marriage16 December 1799 Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Witnesses were Phillip Marshall and Michael Rowe.; Principal=Ann Earle, Principal=George Marshall3,4 
Marriagecirca 1804 Principal=Jane Fry5 
DeathSeptember 1854 Newfoundland, Canada; Jill Marshall's note states that he was the son of David and Amy Marshall, baptism missing but an 1809 indenture named him as the son of David. Married to 1804 to Jane Fry (possibly of Francis Fry and Jane Allen of Portugal Cove.) States he was 77 years old and died of cholera.2,6 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Baptism of George Marshall, 03 January 1813, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ancestry tree of WmStacey, stating Philip Marshall died September 16 or 17th, 1854, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland. Record found in Burials 1830-1838; original notes by Jill Marshall. Accessed 28 December 2020 at https://www.ancestry.com/mediaui-viewer/collection/1030/…
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Pre-1899 Registration; Volume 26B, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Baptisms 1796-1815 by Jill Marshall.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Marriage of George Marshall and Ann Earle 16 December 1799, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ancestry tree of WmStacey, stating Philip Marshall and Jane Fry married 26 --- 1804, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland. Record found in Miscellaneous Box 6; Marriages 1794-1810. Accessed 12/28/2020 at https://www.ancestry.com/mediaui-viewer/collection/1030/…
  6. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-243K-R : 5 May 2015), St John's > Cathedral of St John the Baptist (Church of England) > Birth 1812-1848, Vol. 26 > image 33 of 216; Provincial Archives, St.John's.
  7. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-243P-V : 5 May 2015), St John's > Cathedral of St John the Baptist (Church of England) > Birth 1812-1848, Vol. 26 > image 20 of 216; Provincial Archives, St.John's.

Philip Marshall1

(8 June 1815 - 22 February 1907)
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherPhilip Marshall1 b. c 1777, d. Sep 1854
MotherJane Fry1 b. s 1785

Family

Hannah Pilley b. 15 Mar 1829, d. 27 Aug 1906
Marriage29 November 1849 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; Bachelor of St. John's; Witnesses were William Pilley and David Marshall.; Principal=Hannah Pilley2 
Birth8 June 1815 Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism25 June 1815 Church of England Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents listed as Philip and Jane Marshall.1 
Marriage29 November 1849 Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Bachelor of St. John's; Witnesses were William Pilley and David Marshall.; Principal=Hannah Pilley2 
Death22 February 1907 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-243P-V : 5 May 2015), St John's > Cathedral of St John the Baptist (Church of England) > Birth 1812-1848, Vol. 26 > image 20 of 216; Provincial Archives, St.John's.
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Pre-1891 Registration; Volume 26D, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Marriages 1845-1854 by Jill Marshall; see marriage of Philip Marshall, Jr., 29 November 1849 at http://ngb.chebucto.org/Vstats/…

Phoebe D. Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1922 - )
Last EditedNov 19, 2020
Relationship2nd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Joseph Marshall1 b. 14 Sep 1880, d. 10 Nov 1937
MotherMargaret Shea1 b. Jan 1883
Birthcirca 1922 Michigan, United States1 

Citations

  1. [S506] 1930 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan; Page: 50A; Enumeration District: 0143; FHL microfilm: 2340753. Listing Pheobie D. Marshall, aged 8, born Michigan.

Ralph Marshall1

(21 November 1916 - 17 March 1985)
Last EditedNov 8, 2020
FatherOrlando Marshall1 b. 14 Mar 1887, d. 1962
MotherMary Ann Fox1 b. c 1891

Family

Edith Jane Hacquoil b. 21 Jul 1916, d. 26 Feb 1999
Marriagecirca 1936 Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Edith Jane Hacquoil4 
Children
Birth21 November 1916 Turnip Cove, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada1,2,3 
Marriagecirca 1936 Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Edith Jane Hacquoil4 
ResidenceOctober 1945 Turnip Cove, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Edith Jane Hacquoil, Resident=Kathleen Marshall, Resident=John Wilson Marshall4 
Death17 March 1985 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Witness=Edith Jane Hacquoil2,3 
BurialMarch 1985 Salvation Army Citadel at Long Pond, Conception Bay South, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada2,3 

Citations

  1. [S1373] Newfoundland Census 1935, District of Fortune Bay, Microfilm Reel M-8048, Pages134-142; Community of Poole's Cove. Listing family of Orlando and Mary Ann Marshall, line 284.
  2. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 September 2020), memorial page for Ralph Marshall (1916–1985), Find a Grave Memorial no. 197990354, citing Salvation Army Cemetery, Conception Bay South, Avalon Peninsula Census Division, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada ; Maintained by Talisman (contributor 49653489).
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family tree named Pretty Family Tree by "Marilyn Pretty"; accessed September 2020 at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/86926357/…
  4. [S1374] Newfoundland Census 1935, Turnip Cove, Fortune Bay District. Family #1, Ralph and Edith Jane Marshall.

Ralph Marshall1

(circa 1914 - 27 June 1915)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
FatherJohn Marshall1 b. c 1872, d. 12 Sep 1927
MotherClara (?)1 b. c 1886, d. 11 Dec 1970
Birthcirca 1914 Date based on age on gravestone.1 
Death27 June 1915 Witness=John Marshall, Witness=Clara (?)1 
BurialJune 1915 Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Section G, plot 102. Buried with parents John and Clara, aged 1 year.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Rebecca Marshall1

(circa 1802 - )
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherGeorge Marshall1
MotherAnn Earle1
Birthcirca 1802 Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism18 July 1802 Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Pre-1899 Registration; Volume 26B, Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Baptisms 1796-1815 by Jill Marshall.

Richard Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(December 1843 - 2 November 1896)
Last EditedNov 29, 2020
RelationshipGranduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall Esq.1 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMarian Penney1 b. s 1819, d. bt 1860 - 1870

Family

Mary Ann Pine b. c 1854
Marriage28 November 1878 St. Bernard's, Newfoundland, Canada; "Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine were married on Nov. 28 1878 in English H. by F. McCullow. Sponsors were Mr. Pine and Har. Pine."; Bride=Mary Ann Pine4,5 
Children
BirthDecember 1843 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism31 December 1843 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Richard of Richard Marshall and Marian Penny. Sponsors Isaac Penny and Priscilla Ross (Roff?)".1 
(Witness) Baptism6 May 1875 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Richard William of James Bryan and Susan Penny. Sponsors Richard Marshall and Margaret Burfitt".; Principal=Richard William Bryan2 
Note13 April 1878 Rock Harbor, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; From the Harbor Grace Standard newspaper: "March 11...petition...; Richard Marshall and others, Rock Harbor, for a bridge..."3 
Marriage28 November 1878 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Bernard's, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; "Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine were married on Nov. 28 1878 in English H. by F. McCullow. Sponsors were Mr. Pine and Har. Pine."; Bride=Mary Ann Pine4,5 
(Witness) Death26 November 1880 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Gertrude Isabel Marshall6 
(Witness) Note29 June 1884 A, now deceased family member, stated that this child was adopted and had previouly been an indentured servant. The baptismal record states that the "parents" are Richard Marshall and Elizabeth Emberly. Which Richard Marshall is this? There is a baptismal record for an "A. Mary", listed as daughter of Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine in 1878 (the same day as their marriage). One possibility is that they adopted her when she was small and then for some reason, she was later given to Elizabeth Emberly. Elizabeth Emberly could not have been her mother as she would have only been 10 years old when Alice was born. There is no marriage record in the Burin Catholic records for Richard Marshall and Elizabeth Emberly and in 1884, he was still married to Mary Ann Pine.; Principal=Elizabeth Emberly, Principal=Alice Mary (?) 
BurialJune 1895 English Harbour East, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada7 
(Witness) Death14 June 1895 English Harbour West, Newfoundland, Canada; "Stillborn, Catholic, born and buried in English Harbour West. Attending Rev. W.J. Browne."; Principal=Ambrose Marshall8 
Death2 November 1896 English Harbour East, Newfoundland, Canada; Death record states: Richard Marshall, 52, died in English Harbour West of heart disease. He was attended by Dr. C. Fitzgerald and the clergyman was W.J. Browne. It states that Richard was Catholic, a merchant, born in Burin and buried in English Harbour East.; Witness=Richard George Marshall Esq., Witness=Mary Ann Pine9 
BurialNovember 1896 English Harbour East, Newfoundland, Canada; "Sacred to the memory of my dear husband, Richard Marshall, Born in Burin, Died in English Hr., 1896, Aged 52 years, May he rest in Peace."9,10 
Land1897 English Harbour West, Newfoundland, Canada; From The Telegram regarding the business of J. (Jeremiah) Petite and Sons of Hermitage Bay:
"In 1897, the enterprising Petite bought the premises of Richard Marshall in nearby English Harbour West. The Marshall premises consisted of a landing wharf, a small shop and a nearby house. After Moving to English Harbour West, Petite demolished the Marshall house and built a three-storey home equipped with all the modern conveniences of the time. That house still stands today." (No date for when the article was written is given but it is after 1997); Principal=Mary Ann Pine11 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Baptism of Richard Marshall, 31 December 1843.
  2. [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 Richard William Bryan, 06 May 1875.
  3. [S1407] Memorial University, online http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/search/collection/cns, Digital Newspapers Collection; article from The Harbor Grace Standard, April 13, 1878, p. 2; accessed 11/12/2020 at https://collections.mun.ca/digital/collection/hgstandard/id/…
  4. [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 about 1879.
  5. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, "Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Bernard's, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, Canada" transcription of Marriages, 1878- 1883. Listing for Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine, married 28 November 1878.
  6. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Listing for Gertrude Marshall, died Nov. 26, 1880, daughter of Richard and Mary Ann.
  7. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 2, 1892-1897, District of Fortune Bay, listing the death & burial of Richard Marshall of English Harbour East, November 2, 1896.
  8. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-24W5-P : 4 June 2015), > image 249 of 449; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Newfoundland Deaths registers, books 1-2 (to p. 433), 1891-1898. Listing for death of Ambrose Marshall, 14 June 1895.
  9. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-10505-74640-45 : accessed 29 October 2015), Deaths 1896-1897, Volume 02 > image 1 of 68; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Death Registration for Richard Marshall, November 2, 1896).
  10. [S972] FHSNL, online www.fhsnl.ca, Transcriptions of gravestones for Catholic Cemetery of English Harbour West, Newfoundland, Canada. Listing the markings for the stone of Richard Marshall.
  11. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, http://ngb.chebucto.org/Articles/sta-room.shtml
  12. [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 A. Mary Marshall, baptized 28 November 1878.
  13. [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.
  14. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SL-96YH : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 67 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Richard Matthew Marshall, 19 March 1882.
  15. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-63PB-MX : 25 May 2018), 004329363 > image 656 of 1158; State Archives, Boston. Listing of the marriage of Thomas N. Payne and Cecilia Marshall, August 9, 1910 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA.
  16. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9398-2WWM-B : 4 June 2015), > image 347 of 418; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Deaths registers, books 4 (from p. 332) to 6 (to p. 333), 1902-1914. Listing for death of Thomas Marshall, 16 May 1908.
  17. [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.
  18. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-61B3-8XD : 4 June 2015), > image 85 of 131; Provincial Archives, St. John's. Listing for baptism of Mary Ann Marshall, 26 October 1893.

Richard Marshall1

(circa 1895 - 26 September 1919)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
Birthcirca 1895 1 
Death26 September 1919 1 
BurialSeptember 1919 Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Aged 24 years. Section E, plot 328.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Richard George Marshall Esq.1

ChartsAncestors of Loretta Patricia Marshall
Descendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa 1818 - 11 March 1898)
Last EditedAug 8, 2022
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Marshall b. c 1778, d. 1 Dec 1853
MotherMary Houlihan b. 1782, d. 26 Aug 1848

Family 1

Marian Penney b. s 1819, d. bt 1860 - 1870
Marriage19 April 1840 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; The parish record states that Richard Marshall married Marian (sic) Penny and that the only witness was Clement Benning.; Principal=Marian Penney, Witness=Clement Pitt Benning Esq.4 
Children
  • John Marshall (13 May 1842 - 19 May 1862)
  • Richard Marshall+36 (Dec 1843 - 2 Nov 1896)
  • Mary Marshall+37 (c Feb 1846 - )
  • Matthew Marshall+ (2 Sep 1847 - 17 May 1906)
  • Isabella Marshall+ (c Aug 1849 - 4 Mar 1888)
  • Ambrose Marshall+ (31 May 1852 - 12 Mar 1897)
  • Alfred Marshall (c Aug 1854 - )
  • Charles Marshall+ (c Nov 1856 - Jan 1881); Although I don't have definitive proof that the Charles Marshall who married Elizabeth Murray, I believe these facts bolster the case: 1. DNA matches between myself and descendants of Richard Joseph Marshall 2. This Charles died in 1881 and Richard George Marshall and Mary Hartson named a son born in 1881 as Charles (likely after Charles, his son from his 1st marriage had died that year) 3. Richard Joseph and his parents were Catholic as was Richard George 4. Charles and Elizabeth, his wife, named their first son, Richard Joseph (possibly after his father, Richard George) 5. No Burin Catholic Church after 1872 records mention a Charles Marshall as a sponsor to any of baptisms or marriages, possibly indicating that Charles had left the Burin area for St. John's.
  • Clement Marshall (c Jun 1859 - )

Family 2

Mary Hartson b. May 1852, d. c 1893
Marriage3 February 1871 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; According to Matthew Marshall's letter (1981), Richard had 13 children by his first wife and 11 by his second wife. According to Madeline Sansoucy's letter (1981), he had 8 children by his 2nd wife. However, Matthew's letter states that his father was the oldest and had to take care of the other 10 until they started moving around Canada.

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

Frances Marshall said that it was always said that Richard's first family was adopted by Church of England adherents in the Burin area when his first wide died, and he had the temerity to marry a Catholic woman after that!; Principal=Mary Hartson24 
Children
Birthcirca 1818 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Death certificate states he was 79 when he died. This would put his birth between 12 Mar 1818 and 11 Mar 1819.2 
(Witness) Baptism23 January 1840 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Baptized - Henry of Clement Benning and Susan Penny. Sponsors Richard Marshall and Julia Penny."; Principal=Henry Benning3 
Marriage19 April 1840 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; The parish record states that Richard Marshall married Marian (sic) Penny and that the only witness was Clement Benning.; Principal=Marian Penney, Witness=Clement Pitt Benning Esq.4 
Land1 October 1841 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; On October 1, 1841, Richard Marshall purchased a Fishing Room and premises on Baker's Point in Burin for $200 with a 99 year lease with provisions for subsequent inheritance. This is the transcription of the Deed:
"John Benest To Richard Marshall:
This indenture made and concluded at Burin in Placentia Bay in the Southern District of the Island of Newfoundland this first day of October in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria Quen defender of the Faith and in the Year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred and forty one Between William Henry Benest attory of John Benest son of Francis Merchant of Jersey as ? by Power bearing date the seventeenth day of March in the present year, and signed seated and delivered in the presence of Philip Hellener(?) Merchant and Michael Blumfield Solicitor both of Jersey aforesaid and certified to by Her Excellency Major General Sir Edward Gibbs Wright of the most Honorable Military order of the Bath Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Island of Jersey, his seal and signature being thereto affixed of the one part and Richard Marshall of Burin aforesaid in the Distrist aforesaid Merchant of the other par. Witnesseth that for and in consideratonn of the sum of Two Hundred Pounds current money of this Island in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereunto annexed and for and in consideration of the Yearly sum or Rental of one Shilling Sterling money of great Britain being paid on the day of January in each and every year doth covenant and Lease and by these presents do covenant and lease unto Richard Marshall of Burin aforesaid Merchant for a Term of Ninety Nine Years from the date hereof. All that Fishing Room and or Premises commonly called or known by the name of Bakers Point situate lying and being at Burin in the District aforesaid of which the said John Benest, son of Francis is proprietor as appears by Deed on Instrument recorded in her Majestys Supreme Court of Newfoundland in Book HH fol 212 particulars and boundaries of which are fully set forth in the Diagram hereunto annexed and together with all the Buildings and Erections and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging of whatever nature or kind soever and all rents and ?? which by Judgment of the Honorable the Southern Circuit Court in October last or otherwise may be arising thereon from and after the unsealing, and delivery of this Instrument together with all the rights and privileges thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. To have and to hold the same the said Richard Marshall his Heirs, Executors, Adminstrators, and assigns for the said term of Ninetynine Years by paying in addition to the yearly rent of one Shilling Sterling All for Church or other rates, and all taxes whatsoever together with all the other Legislative or Legitimate claims that may be levied or imposed in and during the said period of Ninetynine years until the said Richard Marshall for ? of his Heirs, Executors, and administrators doth covenant promise and agree to and with the said William Henry Benest son of Francis to ? the said Room and premises in good and ? for and during the said term of ninetynine years.
To the Fulfilling of the first part of this Indenture the said Willliam Henry Benes such attorney and as aforesaid doth herby in knowlege to ? the said sum of two hundred pounds currency being in hand duly paid by the said Richard Marshall as appears by the Receipt hereunto annexed and that he will against the said John Benest son of Francis his Heirs Executors Administrators and assigns and amongst all and every there person and persons whatsoever warrant and shall forever defend by these presents and to the keeping in ? of him the said Richar Marsahll his heirs and assigns for the full term of this Lease.
In Witness whereof we have herunto set our hands and Seals at Burin aforesaid in the District aforesaid the day and Year first above written where no stamps are required.
WmHBenest, Attorney of John Benest
Richard Marshall
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Dan Mackay, John Stephenson
200.0.0 Currency Burin Newfoundland, Oct. 1, 1841
Received from Richard Marshall the sum of two hundred pounds currency being the consideration money within ...
I do hereby Certify that the foregong Indenture from John Benest son of Francis to Richard Marshall was duly Registered by me this twentieth(?) day of December AD one thousand and eight hundred and forty one.
George Simms, Registrar5
Court Case29 September 1842 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Transcription of Court Documents:

Southern District...
To the Sheriff of Newfoundland, Greeting: We command you that you Summon Richard Marshall of Burin in the said Southern District Planter that he be fefore our Circuit Court for the said District to be holden at Burin in the said District on the third day of October instant; then and there to answer to Michael McHenry of a plea of Trespass to the damage of the said Michael McHenry of Eight Pounds as it is said; the Honorable....at Burin aforesaid the twentyninth day of September in the sixth year of our Reign (Queen Victoria)....

Mr. Richard Marshall _____ For Michael McHenry
Sept. 29, 1842: For Damages Sustained by breaking down my Garden Fence Saving (?) my Garden in to Potatoes for His expenses - 8.0.0 (8 pounds).

List of Special Jurors for this Case:
Richard Falle
John McBride
John McKennelly
Thomas Darby
Thomas Kelley
Philip Hollet
John Adams
HenryButler
Peter Connors
Fredric R. Page
Archibald Currie
William Kelly
James Pitman
John O'Neil
edward Morin
William Hooper, Esq.
John Power
George Butler
Burin, October 4, 1842 John Stephenson, Sheriff

There is no transcription of depositions, etc. On the filing sheet, however, it does state that the case was found for the defendant (Richard Marshall) on October 4, 1842.6 
Court Case30 September 1842 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Transcription of Court Documents:

In the Southern Circuit Court, Richard Marshall, Plaintiff versus Rodger Boucher, Defendant. William Butler of Burin in the Southern District of the Island of Newfoundland, constable in maketh Oath and saith, that he did, on the thirtieth day of September personally serve Rodger Boucher the within-named Defendant wit a true Copy of the within Writ, and that he necessarily travelled two miles to make such service.
William Butler
Sworn before me, at Burin this first day of October, 1842
G. Simms

Receipt: Mr Rodger Boucher made with Richard Marshall, May 21, 1842, Maisons Labour for building Chimbley (sic) S7-0-0, By Cash Received L-3-0-0

Little Burin May 27
Mr. Richard Marshall
Sir, I have not the frament (sic) at present (sic). But When I have it will Site (sic) with the Mason for _______ the Chimbley (sic).
Burin Bay
Roger Boucher



Burin Southern District     
Newfoundland to Wit

     The deposition of Roger Boucher in answer to a Wit Issued at the Suit of Richard Marshall the thirtieth day of September for the sum of Four Pounds Currency.

     This deponent is incapacitated from sickness having been confined to his house for the last two years and _________ in appearing to defend the said notion and in consequence beg to State by these means to the honorable Court that he is not indebted to the said Richard Marshall any sum as sued for or otherwise. This deponent further states that a person of the name of William alias John Brown who may have been in the employ of said Richard Marshall did agree with him for taking down a chimney saying at the time that he had a footing that allowed him from his master to do as he pleased and would engage to take down and again rebuild the chimney for the completion of which and to present if from ___________ he was to be paid the sum of Seven pounds Currency instead of this being fulfilled it was fallen only partially down. He had two men to assist him and instead of ____him more than a fortnight as we had contemplated it would have been done. He was only employed six days and the chimney not in the least improved from something or otherwise. This deponent further states that the job even now is not completed in consequence he paid the said Brown three pounds in part and on the completion of the whole which Brown suggested to do when his time would be out with this matter the remainder of which should be considered formerly entitled to him was to be paid. This deponent further most positively _____ and declares I that he does not nor ever did consider that Richard Marshall had any interest or control over the transaction and that he was not considered to have any control over the said Brown or this agreement until after such tine as the term of the fortnight had expired and therefore begs that the suit may be by your honorable Court discharged. This deponent in conclusion further states the he ___________ considers himself justly that indebted to the said William alias John Brown for such a sum as should or may be considered a prior Equivalent for the job when completed but he cannot for a moment entertain an opinion that your honorable Court will for a moment consider is just or equitable that he should pay Seven pounds for six days Labour and then ____ left in an unfinished state _________ nothing in the least improved.

Roger Boucher (his mark)
Attorney ____ Page

03 October 1842
Summary: “We find for the Plaintiff an award of Four Pounds Currency.”7 
Probate4 December 1853 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; This is the section of the will that specifies what his father, John, left him: I also give to my son Richard Marshall, all my right and interest in the schooner "Nautilus" (now in his possession). All the residue of my property (the foregoing conditions being complied with) shall be equally divided between my two sons Matthew and Richard Marshall consisting of all monies now in my possession or any where invested in public securities belonging to me with all my stock in trade, chattels, goods and effects and debts due me, provided that they, my aforesaid sons, shall pay all just debts due by me.8 
(Witness) Baptism15 February 1856 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Parents are listed as Thomas Penny and Roseanna Spencer. Witnesses were Richard Marshall & Frances Penney.; Principal=Clement Penney9 
Occupation1857 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Merchant. Richard and Matthew (brothers) owned a business together - called M. & R. Marshall's. This was referred to in Matthew's will in 1857. The will also stated that Matthew or his children if he had died was to "buy out" Richard's portion of the business on 01 January 1864 for the sum of fifty pounds. This may have been the beginning of the commercial ventures of the Marshalls of Burin which seems to have just terminated (1990's) after 140 years. The will also mentions a salt store that they owned together. Both sons were also left the Schooners, the Milo (to Matthew) and the Nautilus (to Richard) so they obviously were also in the shipping/fishing business.; Principal=Matthew Marshall10 
(Witness) Deathbetween 1860 and 1870 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Marian Penney 
(Resident) Land1 April 1860 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; This document implies that John O'Neill and Richard Marshall were trustees for Susannah (daughter of Isaac Penney and Elizabeth Huelan) Benning and possibly for their 12 children in case of her husband Clement Benning's death. Clement did die 5 years after this document was signed. Two years after his death, Susannah married John O'Neil, the trustee. The land sold in this document belonged to William Hooper, the husband of Richard Marshall's sister.
Transcription of the document:
"Wm Hooper To John ONeil & R Marshall Trustees
This Indenture made the twentieth day April in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty between William Hooper of Burin in the Island of Newfoundland Esquire of the one part and John ONeil and Richard Marshall of the same place Gentlemen Trustees as hereafter named of the other part. Witnesseth that the said William Hooper for and in consideration of the sum of Five shillings of current money of the said Island, to him in hand and truly paid by the said John ONeil and Richard Marshall the receipt and payment thereof and hereby duly acknowledge and released hath granted bargaines ? assigned ? and released and by these presents doth grant bargain sale assign ? and release unto the said John O'Neil and Richard Marshall their Heirs executors administrators and assigns all that piece or parcel of ground situate lying and being in Burin aforesaid in the same Island and bounded as follows that is today commencing at the angle formed in the South East side of the Public Road leading from Mr. P. Morris to the Court House and the ? or path lay leading from the same public Road to Mr. ONeil's Dwelling House thence by the said road to the small stream of water or brook on the south side of the said Road about thirty feet more or less from the corner of the store, including and comprising the whole dwelling House, Garden and small Meadow Stage Cove Wharf and Store, together with all the land wash and all the land formerly claimed by Richard Bishop situate to the East, South East and South including all that land in front of which the Weslayan Church formerly stood. Thus having as a separate and distinct peoperty of the whole of the land buildings gardens is situate to the South and North West of the said Public Road together with the right of the cove abutted to the East by Mr. O'Neil's Store and Wharf and the land back to the Public Road at Right angles with Mr. O'Neils Store on the West Side together with all and ? the Houses and Out Houses tenements ways Paths Waters Easements ? and appurtances whatsoever to the said piece ? and premises belonging or in any wise appertaining and the yearly sum of the rents issues and ? there of and every part and parcel thereof; and also all the estate rights and to the Interest trust ? claim or demand whatsoever doth at ? equity of the said William Hooper in or to on out of the said piece or parcel of ground tenements and premises and every part thereof. To Have and to Hold the said piece or parcel of ground tenements and premises with the appurtenances herein before mentined to be conveyed and granted unto the said John ONeil and Richard Marshall their Heirs executors and administrators and addings forever. And the said William Hooper for himself his Heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covenant with the said John ONeil and Richard Marshall their Heirs executors and administrators and assigns in manner following that is to say that the said piece or parcel of ground and premises hereby conveyed and assured are cleared of all encumbrances whatsover and that the said William Hooper ? himself good sight full power and authority to convey and assure the said piece or parcel and promises in manner aforesaid and that they the said John ONeil and Richard Marshall as such trustees their Heirs executors administrators and assigns shall and may from time to time forever hereafter quietly and peaceably have hold and occupy possess and enjoy the said piece and parcel of ground and premises with the appurtances so granted and conveyed as aforesaid for the uses trusts intents and purposes hereinafter declared concerning the same without the let trouble molesation or interruption of or by the said William Hooper his heirs executors adminstrators assigns or of or by any other person or persons lawfully claiming or to claim from by or under or in trust for him them or any of them or from by or through his or their ancestors or any of them and lastly that he the said William Hooper his executors or administrators and all other persons having or lawfully claiming or who shall or may have or lawfully claim any estate right title trust or interest at law or in equity of in to or out of the said piece or parcel of ground and premises with the appurtancesin any part thereof by or under on in trust for him them or any of them or by or under his or their ancestors or legal representatives shall and will from time to time and at all times hereafter upon any reasonable request and at the cost and charge of the said John O'Neil and Richard Marshall their their Heirs executors and administrators or assigns make do and execute all such further and lawful and reasonable acts deeds and conveyances in the law whathereon for the further better more perfect and absoute granting conveying and assuring of the same piece or parcel of ground and premises with the appurtances for who uses intents and purposes aforsesaid as by the said John O'Neill and Richard Marshall their Heirs executors and administrators or his or their Counsel ? in the law advised declared or required, promised always and it is here by declared and agreed on by and between the sais parties to these presents that the said land tenements and premises with the rights members privileges and appurtances so conveyed and described as aforesaid are to be held by the said trustees and the ? of them his executors administrators and assigns for ever. When such trusts and for such uses as are hereinafter declared of and concerning the same that is to say to use of Susannah Benning wife of Clement Benning Esquire of Burin aforesaid for her to take and receive from the said John ONeil and Richard Marshall or the survivor of them his executors administrators as such Trustees for her own use and benefit and that of her children begotten or to begotten by the said Clement Benning all the rents issues and profits of the said land tenements and premises for her and their support and maintenance during her natural life as long as they shall live with her unmarried and dutiful and ? of her suviving her siad husband then for and as long as she shall remain his widow and upon her death as such Survivor as aforesaid or second in marriage then to the use and ? of all said ? or such one or more of the children of the said Clement Benning of her begotten or to begotten and borne to be held and enjoyed him her and them and every of them share and share alike as trust in common till the youngest of them that attain the age of twentyone years then said land tenements and presmises shall be equally divided between them and the lawful children of such of them as shall be then dead. ? her children such division to be made by the said trustees in the ? of them.
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of John Hooper, Henry Benning
Signed by William Hooper
Memorandum:
Since the preceeding indentures was executed the parties in it have further mutually agreed to the ? arrangement . Viz that the said William Hooper cedes to the said John ONeill and Richard Marshall as trustees as aforesaid Stated all the the building opposite to the Dwelling House to the West by the Road from a Rock to the North of the Dwelling House in the S. W. of Road in a SW Point Compass to a ? rock at the Wall across the marsha and from the second post in the garden fence for which said John O'Neil and Richard Marshall as Trustees ? said sight and interest to all the land situate to the S.E. of a line by compass, N.E. from the West point of what is known as the Back Cove to intesect Mr. ONeil's fence.
The said William Hooper doth further cede to the said John ONeill and Richard Marshall the above trustees the S.E. part of the Wood ? ..
Witness: John Hooper, Henry Benning.
Signed: Wm. Hooper; Principal=Susannah Penney11 
Occupation1862 Justice of the Peace for the south Coast District of Newfoundland12 
Occupation12 February 1862 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "His Excellency The Governor has been pleased to issue Commissions under the Great Seal, appointing the undermentioned Gentlemen to her Majesty's Justices of the Peace...for the Southern District...Richard Marshall..."13 
(Witness) Death19 May 1862 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; From the Royal Gazette:
Marshall, John. Eld. son of Richard Marshall (merchant) died at Burin, aged 20 on May 19. (Listed in the July 8th edition and also in these other newspapers - Newfoundlander, Times, Daily News, Courier). However, from William Harding's diary: "Was informed that Richard Marshall's son John died this morning". (Tuesday, May 20) and from "The Standard" newspaper: "Died - At Burin on the 19th May last, after a lingering illness, John, eldest son of Richard Marshall, Esq., merchant there, aged 20 years."; Principal=John Marshall14,15,1 
Land19 May 1864 It appears that Richard Marshall took out what now might be called a 2nd mortgage on his property.
Transcription of the main points of the land sale:
"Richard Marshall to H. W. Hoyles"
Know all men by these presents that I Richard Marshall of Burin Merchant in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds Currency to me in hand paid by Hugh W. Hoyles of St. John's Barrister the receipt whereby I hereby acknowledge have bargained sold assigned and conveyed to these presents Do bargain sell, assign and convey into the said Hugh W. Hoyles and his assignees all that parcel of land farm and premises now in my possession situate and being at Burin in the Southern District on the road between Burin and Garnish bounded on the West by the water at Burin Bay, on the Northwest by land of John Taylor and towards the south and East by ungranted land the said farm containing forty three acres more or less and being more particularly described in a grant from ? own to me from Sir Alexander Bannerman dated the twenty ninth day of April Anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty two and all ways buildings easements and appurtenances as to same belonging and all the estate right title and interest of any of the said Richard Marshall...Provided always that should the said Richard Marshall my executors...will out truly pay to the said Hugh W. Hoyles...the said sum of thirty pounds currency with lawful interest and the cost of this mortgage in six months from this date then this assigned shall be void and the said Marshall hereby covenant promise and agree to and with the said Hugh W. Hoyles and his assigns that I have good and lawful right and power to convey the said land and premises in manner aforesaid that the same is wholly incumbered, that I will repay the amount aforesaid pursuant to the condition for redemption aforesaid ant that it shall be lawful for the said Hugh W. Hoyles and his assigns should I fail or make default in such payments to sell the said land farm and premises at Public Auction or private sale, in one or more lots, and to apply the proceeds after defraying the expenses incident to such tale towards the liquidation of form arising due under these presents. In witness whereof I have here to let my hand and Seal at St. John's this nineteenth day of May of eighteen hundred and sixty four.
Promise to send on the grant of this land on my return to Burin.
Signed by Richard Marshall
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Robert I. Kent."
Further testimony by Robert Kent is included in the document.16 
Court Case29 August 1864 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; "Newfoundland
Southern Circuit Court
Probate Side -

In the Estate of Benjamin Kirby of Burin planter deceased and the instance of Richard Marshall claiming at as a Creditor of said Benjamin Kirby. has ordered that the Children of Said deceased. Viz Ann married to John Paul, Rebecca married to Isaac Street, Elizabeth married to Abraham Street, Marrian married to Simon Pidgeon; Frances, Caroline and Hannah unmarried. Joseph and Matthew Kirby, do show cause if any they have, on why, administration to the said Benjamin Kirby's Estate should not be granted to the Said Richard Marshall. On filing in the Registrars office and Serving on the said Richard Marshall an answer containing the grounds on withich they resist such grant within one day after the Service of this citation otherwise the claim of the said Richard Marshall wil be take to be admitted by them.
By the Court
Burin
August 29th 1864
Signed by George S??
and W.J. O'Mara, Proxtor for Richard Marshall
Newfoundland Southern Circuit Court

Burin
To wit
Patrick Burke of Saint John's as present of Burin Bailiff and taken oath and saith that he did on Monday the 29th August, personally serve, John Paul, Isaac Street, Abraham Street, Simon Pidgeon, Frances Kirby, Caroline Kirby, Hannah Kirby, Joseph Kirby, Matthew Kirby written true copies of foregoing Citation.
Patrick Burke
Sworn before me at Burin this 30th day of August, AD 1864
George Simons(?); Principal=Benjamin Kirby17 
Land1 September 1864 Step-a-Side, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; A summary of the land sale from Richard Brushett to Richard Marshall in Step-a-side:
This Indenture made at Burin in the Southern District of Newfoundland this first day of September Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and Sixty four Between Richard Brushett of Steppe Side Burin Planter of the one part and Richard Marshall of Burin Aforesaid Merchant of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Three Hundred Pounds now due and ??? Richard Brushett to the said Richard Marshall and in further consideration of the sum of five shillings paid the said Richard Marshall the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged he the said Richard Brushett hath granted conveyed sold assigned...over into the said Richard Marshall all that piece or parcel of land situate and being at Steppe Side in Burin aforesaid and consists as follows: to the south west by Garrett Roach's property and the North East property in possession of Robert ??Ayers on the South East by ungranted land, and in the North West by the sea together with the dwelling House, outhouses, flakes, stages and all other erections thereon...; Principal=Richard Brushett18 
Land6 April 1865 It appears that Richard Marshall took out what now might be called a 2nd mortgage on his property.
Transcription of the main points of the land sale:
"Richard Marshall to E. Smith & Co"
Know all men by these presents that I Richard Marshall of Burin ... in consideration of the sum of one hundred and sixty pounds $660 due by me to Edward Smith and Edward Evans of Saint Johns...Merchants... the receipt hereby acknowledge have granten bargained sold assigned transferred .... unto the said Edward Smith and Edward Evans their executors administors assignees all that piece or parcel of land and and all and singular those premises commonly known as Bakers Point situate and being at Burin aforesaid formerly in the possission of John Benest and now in the occumpancy of me the said Richard Marshall together with the houses stores buildings and erections there on To have and to hold the same with all the rights...in eight months from the date of these presents the same sum of One Hundred and sixty five pounds $660 together with Interest at the sale of six per centum per annum, these these presents shall cease and determine...
In witness whereof I have hereunto my hand and seal in Burin aforesaid the sixth day April Anno Domini One thousand Eight Hundred and sixty five.
Signed Richard Marshall
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of John Marshall
Further Testimony by Registrar; Witness=John Marshall19 
(Witness) Death10 February 1866 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Family tradition states that he died on the steps of the Catholic Church. The date of death is given in the Probate Records of his Estate.; Principal=Matthew Marshall20,21 
Land29 August 1866 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; It appears that Richard Marshall took out what now might be called a 2nd mortgage on his property.
Transcription of the main points of the land sale:
"Richard Marshall to Thomas Burkett"
This Indenture made at Burin in the Island of Newfoundland this twenty ninth day of August, Anno Domino One thousand eight hundred sixty six between Richard Marshall of Burin aforesaid ? mortgager of the one part and Thomas Burkett of Harbor Breton Squire mortgagee of the other part, witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred dollars in hand paid to the said Richard Marshall by the said Thomas Burkett...all that piece or parcel of land at Burin known as Bakers Point formerly in the possession of John Benest now occupied by Richard Marshall together with all houses, stores, building, and...Richard Marshall will pay the said sum of Four Hundred dollars together with interest at the rate of Seven Per Cent per Annum payable in two equal half Yearly payments of fourteen dollars each on the first day of September and the first day of march in each year whilst any of the principal from remains due and secondly that the said Marshall will pay the said principal...in two years from this date..."22 
Note1871 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Lovell 1871 Provincial Business Directory: Richard Marshall, fisherman and John Marshall, dealer. Also this description is given of the town: town of considerable trade on the west side of Placentia Bay, district of Burin. It has perhaps the findest harbor in Newfoundland, with two entrances, one to the south-east and the other to the west. The harbor is divided into three arms, and a ferry plies across it. A packet boat runs once a fortnight to Little Placentia, distant about 50 miles, connecting with the over-land route from St. John's, 86 miles. It is a post town and port of entry. Distant from St. John's, by steamer once a fortnight, 162 miles, fare $6. Mail fortnightly. Population 1850.; Principal=John Marshall23 
Marriage3 February 1871 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; According to Matthew Marshall's letter (1981), Richard had 13 children by his first wife and 11 by his second wife. According to Madeline Sansoucy's letter (1981), he had 8 children by his 2nd wife. However, Matthew's letter states that his father was the oldest and had to take care of the other 10 until they started moving around Canada.

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

Frances Marshall said that it was always said that Richard's first family was adopted by Church of England adherents in the Burin area when his first wide died, and he had the temerity to marry a Catholic woman after that!; Principal=Mary Hartson24 
Anecdote26 May 1872 From William Harding's Diary:
"Was informed that Rd. Marshall's farm caught fire & burned a great part of the wood."15 
Anecdote15 June 1874 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; From William Harding's Diary:
"Cold morning, the steamer came in last night. Rev. James and Dr. Smith and his family came in here; he hath hired that house that was Richard Marshall's from Mr. Burton for L20 per year."25 
Employment18 February 1887 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; From "The Daily Colonist" newspaper:
Speculators in ice are taking advantage of the hard weather and have commenced to put in large quantities, as the demand next summer will be greater than heretofore, owing to the increase in the banking fleet. In addition to the usual number of speculators in that article, ten or twelve of our enterprising young fishermen have formed a company and have laid in between two and three hundred tons in Marshall's store - a most convenient place for delivery, and without any expense, save their own labor."26 
(Witness) Death4 March 1888 Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Reportedly, both Isabella and John Kelly died before 1890 and Vincent, their son, was raised by the Wagg family in Kelly's Cove, not sure what happened to the two girls at this point. In 1888, Richard George Marshall, Isabella's father had another daughter and he named her Isabelle, so I suspect this was because the first Isabella had died. There is a death announcement in the Harbour Grace Standard newspaper on 14 March 1888: On the 4th inst., at Burin, Isabella, wife of Mr. John Kelley.; Principal=Isabella Marshall27,28,29 
Age1892 Would have been approx. 74 years old when his last child was born (Elizabeth) and she was 5 when he died at age of 79. 
Occupation1892 Dodding Head, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; A website (http://www.lighthousedigest.com/Digest/database/uniquelighthouse.cfm?value=7586) about lighthouses of Newfoundland states that Richard started at the lighthouse about 1892. It also states that the lighthouse was only accessible by boat so this may imply that the family lived there.12
Dodding Head Lighthouse (1856-destroyed sometime after 1926)
(Witness) Death5 April 1893 Dodding Head, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; States she died of liver disease at age of 10 months and listed as Catholic.; Principal=Elizabeth Marshall30 
(Witness) Death2 November 1896 English Harbour East, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; Death record states: Richard Marshall, 52, died in English Harbour West of heart disease. He was attended by Dr. C. Fitzgerald and the clergyman was W.J. Browne. It states that Richard was Catholic, a merchant, born in Burin and buried in English Harbour East.; Principal=Richard Marshall31 
(Witness) Death12 March 1897 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Death Registration states that Ambrose Marshall of Goodview Street, St. John's died of a hemorrhage. It states he was attended by Dr. Pike and the Attendant Clergyman was G.H. O'Neil and that Ambrose was Catholic, aged 44 years, born in Burin, and buried in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in St. John's.; Principal=Ambrose Marshall32 
Will17 November 1897 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; 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 Richard33 
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.; Witness=George James Marshall33,34 
BurialMarch 1898 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada35 
Probate1 October 1903 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; There are several papers included in the Estate files for Richard Marshall, these are the significant ones.

- On January 12, 1904, John Winter and John Marshall, clerk, of Burin, received Letters of Administration for "Richard Marshall, late of Burin, in the Electoral District of Burin, lighthouse keeper, deceased, died with a Will...that the testator died at Burin aforesaid on the (left blank) day of November, one thousand and ninety seven; and that the gross value of the estate and effects of the said testator is fifty dollars..."

A copy of his Will is included.

"...The Petition of John Winter of Burin, subcollector of Customs (? this was not clear) and John Marshall of same place, clerk. Humbly Sheweth as follows:
1. Richard Marshall, late of Burin in the Southern District, Light House keeper, died at that place in the month of November A.D. 1897.
2. The said deceased at the time of his death was possessed of property within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court of the probable value of fifty dollars. A full and correct statement and inventory of the property and effects of the said deceased is hereto annexed.
3. The said deceased before his death made and executed a last Will and Testament which is hereto annexed and marked "A". In and of the said Will your Petitioners are appointed Executors thereof.
4. No probate of any will or letters of administration of the estate of said deceased have been applied for or granted to any other person.
Petitioners pray that probate of the said Will of the said deceased may be granted to them. And Petitioners are in duty bound will ever pray.
Dated at Burin this 1st day of October 1903."

Inventory: "Land, houses, barns and buildings situate at Burin Bay arm, value about $400. Conveyed by deed of mortgage to Mary Whelan. Interest, over and above mortgage - $0.00. Household furniture and effects, value about $50.00. Total Value: $50.00.; Witness=John Joseph Marshall33 

Citations

  1. [S1407] Memorial University, online http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/search/collection/cns, Digital Newspapers Collection; article from The Standard, July 09, 1862, p. 2; accessed 11/12/2020 at https://collections.mun.ca/digital/collection/hgstandard/id/…
  2. [S17] Richard George Marshall, Death Certificate for Richard George Marshall.
  3. [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 Henry Benning, 23 January 1840.
  4. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 4, Parish Register of the Catholic Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland, Canada, 1833-1899; accessed June 1, 2016. Listing for marriage of Richard Marshall, 19 April 1840.
  5. [S1430] John Benest to Richard Marshall; Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 170-174, at the Family History Library.
  6. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, Newfoundland Probate Records and Various Court Documents, 1819-1899. Film #008301545, Box 27, File #1, Image #18-22; Writ for Richard Marshall, defendant, vs. Michael McHenry, plaintiff, 29 September 1842.
  7. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, Newfoundland Probate Records and Various Court Documents, 1819-1899. Film #008301545, Box 27, File #1, Image #9-17; Writ for Richard Marshall, plaintiff, vs. Roger Boucher, defendant, 30 September 1842.
  8. [S847] Will of John Marshall of Burin, Volulme 2, p. 165-6, Probate Year 1854.
  9. [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 Penny, 15 February 1856.
  10. [S60] Matthew Marshall, Will, written 18 Mar 1857 , Provincial Archives of Labrador and Newfoundland, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.
  11. [S1431] William Hooper to John ONeil & R. Marshall, Trustees; Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 190-195, Family History Library.
  12. [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).
  13. [S1407] Memorial University, online http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/search/collection/cns, Digital Newspapers Collection; article from The Standard, February 12, 1862, p. 3; accessed 11/12/2020 at https://collections.mun.ca/digital/collection/hgstandard/id/…
  14. [S975] Gazette, July 8, 1862.
  15. [S1408] Family History Society of Newfoundland, My Newfoundland Ancestor, Volume 34, Volume 1, page 12, William Harding's Diary, transcribed by Brian Williams.
  16. [S1434] Richard Marshall to Hugh W. Hoyles Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 292-294, Family History Library.
  17. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, Southern Circuit Court of Newfoundland; court record regarding the estate of Benjamin Kirby and request for administration by Richard Marshall, 29 August 1864.
  18. [S1433] Richard Brushett to Richard Marshall; Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 329-331, Family History Library.
  19. [S1437] Richard Marshall to E. Smith & Co. Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 351-354, Family History Library.
  20. [S26] Letter, Frances Marshall to Patricia Balkcom, 1982.
  21. [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).
  22. [S1438] Richard Marshall to Thomas Burkett Southern District Grant Book; Film #2071103, DGS #8301748, pages 418 - 420, Family History Library.
  23. [S845] Lovell's Provincial Business Directory, for Burin, Newfoundland, Canada. Transcription found on Newfoundland's Grand Banks website at ngb.checuto.org. Reviewed November, 2014.
  24. [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 Richard Marshall and Mary Harstone (sic), 03 November 1871.
  25. [S1408] Family History Society of Newfoundland, My Newfoundland Ancestor, Volume 36, Volume 1, page 16, William Harding's Diary, transcribed by Brian Williams.
  26. [S1407] Memorial University, online http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/search/collection/cns, Digital Newspapers Collection; article from The Colonist, February 18, 1887, p. 4; accessed 11/12/2020 at https://collections.mun.ca/digital/collection/colonist/id/…
  27. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family Tree of John Jeffrey, named Jeffrey-Metcalf and Others, accessed on 9/22/2018 by Patricia Balkcom at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/81039346/…
  28. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: 31, Cape Breton South, Nova Scotia; Page: 4; Family No: 29. Listing for Richard Masshell (sic). Ancestry Image #4 of 23.
  29. [S1407] Memorial University, online http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/search/collection/cns, The Harbor Grace Standard, (newspaper), 14 March 1888 edition, p. 3. Accessed 09 December 2021 at https://collections.mun.ca/digital/collection/hgstandard/id/…
  30. [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.
  31. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-10505-74640-45 : accessed 29 October 2015), Deaths 1896-1897, Volume 02 > image 1 of 68; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Death Registration for Richard Marshall, November 2, 1896).
  32. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949," database with images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-10505-73215-92 : accessed 27 October 2015), Deaths 1896-1897, Volume 02 > image 36 of 68; Provincial Archives, St. John's. (Death Return for Ambrose Marshall, March 12, 1897).
  33. [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).
  34. [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.
  35. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Vital Records, Register of Deaths, Book 2, 1897-8, District of Burin, p. 349-354. Contributed by Mary Rwalinson, November 2009.
  36. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Baptism of Richard Marshall, 31 December 1843.
  37. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Mary Marshall, 23 February 1846.
  38. [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.
  39. [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.
  40. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Margaret Mary Marshall, 16 August 1877.
  41. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for John Marshall, 01 July 1879.
  42. [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.
  43. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Roseanne Marshall, 07 August 1883.
  44. [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.
  45. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Baptism of Isabella Marshall, 09 October 1888.
  46. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Canada Marriages, 1661-1949." Database. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : 14 June 2016. Index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City. Listing for Marriage of Ernest Moignard and Mary Isabella P. Marshall, 06 February 1906, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Richard Hughes Marshall1

(3 September 1897 - 25 March 1983)
Last EditedApr 22, 2021
FatherWilliam Stanley Marshall2 b. 14 Dec 1866, d. 17 Mar 1947
MotherClara Adele Hughes1 b. 27 Jan 1869, d. 31 Mar 1941

Family

Lucy Jane Whitaker b. 12 Jul 1904, d. 30 Jul 1979
Marriage10 March 1928 Principal=Lucy Jane Whitaker1 
Child
Birth3 September 1897 Dane County, Wisconsin, United States1 
Marriage10 March 1928 Principal=Lucy Jane Whitaker1 
Death25 March 1983 Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, United States1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family Tree of bcmilligan1 named Milligan Family Tree; accessed 4/22/2021 at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/87567491/…
  2. [S1415] Newspapers.com, online https://www.newspapers.com, Wisconsin State Journal, 19 March 200, page 5B; obituary for Elizabeth Marshall McCoy; accessed 4/22/2021 at https://www.newspapers.com/image/407289924

Richard J. Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(20 January 1905 - 31 January 1983)
Last EditedNov 3, 2014
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

Mary L. St. George b. c 1910, d. 2002
Marriage Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Mary L. St. George3 
Child
Baptism20 January 1905 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Sponsors were John Marshall and Mary Joe Farrell. Priest was Father P.M.O'Connor.1 
Birth20 January 1905 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Obituary states he was 77 when he died, this date makes him just turning 78?1 
(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 
Marriage Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Principal=Mary L. St. George3 
Census1945 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Listed in the Burin, North, Burin District, Dwelling #40 as "Richard Marshall", male, head, married, born in Burin, aged 41, lived in Burin in 1935 (as were all the family members listed here). Living with him:
Mary L., female, wife, married, born in Burin, aged 64 (transcription error).
They are living next door to Richard's parents.; Witness=Mary L. St. George4 
Nickname "Dick" Marshall 
Occupation1980 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; Owned a building supply store with his 2 sons.5 
Death31 January 1983 at his daughter, Mary Lou's, house, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Died suddenly, had a heart condition and had been in the hospital for short periods. However, was still very active and went to work every day at the building supply store he owned with his 2 sons. In Frances Marshall's letter, she said he was 77 when he died. According to the birth certificate he would have been 78. (Don't know why the discrepancy).5 
Burial2 February 1983 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada 

Citations

  1. [S32] Baptismal Record, Richard J. Marshall, 20 Jan 1905, St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
  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, Frances Marshall to Patricia Balkcom, 18 Jan 1982.
  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. [S34] Letter, Frances Marshall to Patrica Balkcom, 14 Oct 1983.

Richard Joseph Marshall1,2

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(14 September 1880 - 10 November 1937)
Last EditedNov 20, 2020
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherCharles Marshall2 b. c Nov 1856, d. Jan 1881
MotherElizabeth Murray2 b. Nov 1857

Family

Margaret Shea b. Jan 1883
Marriage Principal=Margaret Shea1 
Children
Birth14 September 1880 Newfoundland, Canada1,2 
Marriage Principal=Margaret Shea1 
Census1911 Border Street, Cape Breton South, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada; "Richard Masshell (sic) of Border St., head, married, born Sept. 1880, age 30, born Newfoundland, emigrated in 1901, Irish, Canadian, Catholic, bookkeeper at a finishing mill...
Maggie, wife, born Jan 1883 in NS, age 28, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, age 6 months, born Nov. 1910 in Nova Scotia.; Witness=Margaret Shea, Witness=Elizabeth Ann Marshall1 
Death10 November 1937 Royal Oak, Oakland County, Michigan, United States; Death Certificate states that Richard Joseph Marshall, male, white, married, born Sept. 14, 1880 in St. John's, Newfoundland, wife's name is Margaret. Age at death is 57 years, 1 month and 27 days; occupation shiiping clerk. Father was Charles Marshall and Elizabeth Murray, both born Newfoundland. Informant was his wife.
Cause of death was Acute cardiac dilation and hypertention of 3 years duration and chronic nephritis of 2 years duration. Burial is in Mt. Olivet in Detroit on 11/13/1937.; Witness=Margaret Shea2 
Burial13 November 1937 Mount Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States; Sec 51 Tier 48 Sp 637.3 

Citations

  1. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: 31, Cape Breton South, Nova Scotia; Page: 4; Family No: 29. Listing for Richard Masshell (sic). Ancestry Image #4 of 23.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, U.S., Death Records, 1867-1952 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Death Certificate #63 11911 for Richard Joseph Marshall, died Royal Oak, Michigan, 10 November 1937. Accessed 11/19/2020 at https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60872/…
  3. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, accessed 20 November 2020), memorial page for Richard Joseph Marshall (14 Sep 1880–10 Nov 1937), Find a Grave Memorial no. 155452135, citing Mount Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA ; Maintained by yentnawildrose (contributor 48347823) .
  4. [S506] 1930 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan; Page: 50A; Enumeration District: 0143; FHL microfilm: 2340753. Listing Mary Marshall, aged 10, born Nova Scotia.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., World War II Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Draft card for John James Marshall, born Nov. 13, 1913, Nova Scotia.
  6. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., World War II Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Draft card for Charles Marshall, born 25 December 1917, Nova Scotia.
  7. [S506] 1930 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan; Page: 50A; Enumeration District: 0143; FHL microfilm: 2340753. Listing Pheobie D. Marshall, aged 8, born Michigan.
  8. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952; Film: 356; Film Title: 82 Wayne 410260-413559. Marriage of Harold Marshall, 22 Mary 1948, son of Richard J. Marshall and Margaret Shea.

Richard Matthew Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(circa March 1882 - )
Last EditedOct 30, 2020
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard Marshall1 b. Dec 1843, d. 2 Nov 1896
MotherMary Ann Pine1 b. c 1854
Birthcirca March 1882 English Harbour West, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism19 March 1882 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, St. Bernard's, Fortune Bay District, Newfoundland, Canada; "Richard Matthew of Richard Marshall and Mary Ann Pine of English Harbour West. Sponsors: J. Whelan for Matthew Marshall and Bridget Pine."; Witness=Matthew Marshall1 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SL-96YH : 22 May 2014), St. Bernard's > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 67 of 77; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Listing for baptism of Richard Matthew Marshall, 19 March 1882.

Richard Neil Marshall

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
Descendants of John Hartson & Roseanna Spencer
Descendants of James Walsh & Catherine Flinn
Descendants of Walter Flinn & Anne Whelan
Descendants of John St. Croix & Catherine Vail
Descendants of Robert Bishop & Sarah Barry
(6 October 1934 - 25 June 1989)
Last EditedJul 27, 2019
RelationshipUncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherGeorge James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
MotherCatherine Mary Walsh b. 10 May 1896, d. 8 Nov 1960

Family 1

Shirley Viau
Marriage20 May 1971 Ontario, Canada; They lived in Thunder Bay, Ontario.; Principal=Shirley Viau 

Family 2

Shirley Faye Currie
Marriage27 April 1979 Ontario, Canada; Principal=Shirley Faye Currie1 
Birth6 October 1934 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Notecirca 1945 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Picture of the George Marshall Sr. and his two sons.; Principal=George James Marshall Jr.
Neil, George Sr., George Jr. Marshall (c1945)
Marriage20 May 1971 Ontario, Canada; They lived in Thunder Bay, Ontario.; Principal=Shirley Viau 
Divorce From Shirley Viau. 
Marriage27 April 1979 Ontario, Canada; Principal=Shirley Faye Currie1 
Death25 June 1989 Oshawa, Durham County, Ontario, Canada; Neil died of a sudden heart attack.1
Burial28 June 1989 Thorton Cemetery, Oshawa, Durham County, Ontario, Canada; Rev. Phillip Jones officiated. Service was held in the McIntosh-Anderson Funeral home. Neil is buried in Section 4, Lot 2496.1 
ObituaryJune 1989 Unknown Oshawa Newspaper, Oshawa, Durham County, Ontario, Canada; "Richard 'Neil" Marshall -
An electrician, Richard Neil Marshall died suddenly in Oshawa on Sunday, June 25, 1989.
He was a resident of Oshawa and was born on Oct. 6, 1934, a son of the late George and Catherine Marshall.
Mr. Marshall was employed with the Howard Marten Company in Pickering and had been an electrician all his working life.
He enjoyed sports in his spare time.
Mr. Marshall is survived by his wife, the former Shirley 'Faye' Currier; two stepchildren, David Frederick Armstrong and Karen Anne Armstrong, both of Oshawa; a brother, George Marshall and his wife, Sheila, of Peterborough; two sisters, Mrs. Pat Monogue (Loretta) of Orange, Texas and Mrs. William Reynolds (Anne) and one granddaughter, Jennifer.
A sister, Mrs. Alex Sturrock, (Marguerite) died before him.
A funeral service was held in the McIntosh-Anderson Funeral Home on June 28, 1989 followed by internment in Thorton Cemetery. Rev. Philip Jones officiated at the service.
Memorial donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated.1 

Citations

  1. [S38] Unknown Oshawa Newspaper, June 1989.

Richard Vincient Marshall1,2

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(29 October 1878 - 20 June 1944)
Last EditedOct 30, 2020
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAmbrose Marshall3 b. 31 May 1852, d. 12 Mar 1897
MotherMary Farrell3 b. c 1853, d. 8 May 1905
Adoptive fatherMatthew Marshall b. 2 Sep 1847, d. 17 May 1906; Records indicate that Richard Vincient was living with Matthew Marshall and his wife, Martha Hanrahan, by 1891, when he was 12 years of age. They appeared in the Census in Halifax there and Richard was listed as the son of Matthew. In her death registration, Martha's information is provided by her "nephew", a carriage trimmer. Richard is listed in earlier Halifax City Directories as a carriage trimmer and living with Matthew and his wife. Matthew was still in Newfoundland in 1882, and does not appear in a Nova Scotia Census for 1881. It appears that he took charge of Richard at some point and took him to Halifax to live with him. Confusing the issue is that Richard, on his marriage registration, listed his parents as Matthew Marshall and Mary Farrell. The only other explanation would be that Matthew and Mary had a liason and Richard was a product of that union - that seems unlikely though as he was "born on schedule" in the 2 year cycle of children of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Richard may have felt that his father was closer to him than Ambrose and so named him as his father. Not sure though, why he listed his mother then as Mary Farrell and not Martha Hanrahan.1
Adoptive motherMartha Hanrahan1 b. 9 Jan 1846, d. 24 Aug 1906
Birth29 October 1878 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1,4,5 
Baptism31 October 1878 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Richard of Ambrose Marshall and Mary Farrell. Witnesses: Summarez Dubourdieu and Mary Parsons."; Witness=Saumarez Augustine Dubourdieu1 
(Witness) Census5 April 1891 Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; "Matthew Marshall, male, 44, married, born NFL, parents born NFL, Catholic, Real Estate Agent, can read and write.
Martha, female, 44, wife, born NFL, parents born NFL, Catholic, can read and write.
Richard, son, 12, born NFL.; Principal=Matthew Marshall6 
(Resident) Residence1895 90 West, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; City Directory:
Marshall, Matthew, grocer, 36 West, h 90 West
Richard, Carriage trimmer, bds 90 West; Principal=Matthew Marshall7 
(Resident) Residence1898 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; City Directory:
Marshall, M., Dealer in Family Groceries, Fruits, Etc., 36 West, h 90 West
Richard, employee DeWolfe Son & Co., bds 90 West; Principal=Matthew Marshall8 
(Resident) Residence1900 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; 1900-1901 Halifax City Directory:
Marshall, Matthew, groceries, 36 West, cor Agricola, h 90 West
Marshall, Richard V., clerk, bds 90 West; Principal=Matthew Marshall9 
Militarybetween 1901 and 1903 South Africa; Under the Volunteer Bounty Act of 1908, veterans of the South African War were entitled to 320 acres of Dominion Land. Information from the Application for Volunteer Bounty, 1908 as a result of service in the Canadian South African Service:
I, Richard Vincient Marshall care of J. M. Freeman, St. John, in the Province of New Brunswick, Nurse, do hereby apply for a grant of land under the provisions of The Volunteer Bounty Act, 1908...I was enlisted in the South African Constabulary and served with it ant the British Forces in South Africa from 26th March 1901 to April 25th 1903. My discharge from said corps is enclosed herewith. At the time of my said enlistment and during my said service I was domiciled at Halifac, N.S. in the Dominion of Canada.
Applicant's Declaration:
I Richard Vincent (sic) Marshall of Hathorne of Danvers in the State of Massachusetts do somenly declare that I am the person mentioned in the foregoing application...
(Signed) Richard Vincient Marshall
Declared before me at the City of Boston ...the 26th day of February 1909,
(Signed by Notary)2 
Residence26 March 1901 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Richard states that he was domiciled in Halifax when he enlisted in the South African Constbulary on March 26, 1901.2 
Occupationbetween 1906 and 1908 Victoria General Hospital, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Nurse's training here.10 
(Witness) Death17 May 1906 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Death Registration #49 states:
Matthew Marshall, male, 58 years, married, Irish, born Newfoundland, Catholic, merchant, died May 17 1906, in Halifax. Last residence was 90 West Street, died from chronic Bright's disearse. Physician was M.A. MacAulay, buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery on May 19th. Information provided by R. Marshall.; Principal=Matthew Marshall11 
(Witness) Death24 August 1906 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Death Registration #79 states:
Martha Marshall, female, 62 years, widowed, Irish, died in Halifax, Catholic, last residence was 90 West St. Cause of death was epithioloma (cancer) of the tongue, physician Dr. M. A. MacAulay. Died Aug. 24. Buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery on Aug. 26, 1906. Occupation of person or head of family - carriage trimmer - name of him not given but states that it was her nephew.; Principal=Martha Hanrahan12 
Residence26 February 1909 Hathorne, Danvers, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States; It is possible that Richard was working at the Danvers State Hospital at this time as he was a nurse.2 
Marriage22 September 1911 Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States; Marriage Registration #29 states:
Richard Marshall, 32, first marriage, living in Grafton, nurse, born Halifax, NS, father, named Mathew, mother named Mary Farrell married to Effie Hunt, 25, first marriage, living in Grafton, nurse, born Lancaster, NH, father named Rolin, mother named Nellie Eastman. Married by Clergyman, Thomas Denchfield in North Grafton, Mass. Registered on September 25th.; Principal=Effie Hunt13 
Immigration18 April 1912 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States; Arrived from Halifax in Boston on the SS Halifax for permanent residence.4 
Residence1916 Connecticut State Hospital, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States; City Directory:
Richard V. Marshall, attendant, Hospital, bds.
Mrs. Effie Marshall, nurse, Hospital, bds.; Principal=Effie Hunt14 
Military19 February 1917 Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States; Military Census for Connecticut:
Richard Vincient Marshall of Middletown, Conn., Nurse, only experience in that trade, age 41, 5'6.5" tall, 142 pounds, married, supports one person, not a US citizen and has not applied for citizenship; Canadian. Was a Sgt. in South Africa for 3 years in the M. Police. No disabilities. Can ride a horse, motorcycle and handle a boat, no experience in simple coastwise navigation and is not a good swimmer.15 
Occupation1 December 1917 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; Military Census for Connecticut:
Middletown
Richard Vincient Marshall, living at the State Hospital. Relative: Mrs. Nellie Hunt, Mother-in-law, Railroad Stree, Lancaster, New Hampshire. Age 50, 5'7", 155 lbs, not a native of USA, born in Halifax, NS, married, no disabilities. Trained as a nurse at Vicoria General Hospital in March 1906 and graduated in 1908, specialty was Insanity; has taken courses in first aid, dietetics and preparation of surgical supplies. Yes, I would respond to an emergency call for nursing services in this state and outside the state.10 
Military12 September 1918 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; WW1 Draft Card:
Serial #196, Order #1161, Richard Vincient Marshall of C.H.I. Middletown, Connecticut, age 39, born Oct. 29, 1878, white, not naturalized and not-declared, from Halifax, NS. Occupation is attendant at CHI, Middletown, employed by Dr. Haveland. Nearest Relative is Effie Marshall of CHI, Middletown.16 
Census11 April 1930 15 Allison Street, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States; "Richard Marshall", head, rent for $30, not a farm, male, white, 53, married, married at age 28, can read and write, born Canada English (Nova Scotia crossed out) parents born Canada English (Nova Scotia crossed out), English, emigrated 1912, alien, shipping Clerk in Dept. Store, employee, not a veteran.
Effie, Wife, 47, married at age 32, can read and write, born New Hampshire, father born Vermont, mother born Maine, not working.
Edward B. Eastman, father, (believe this is likely Effie's maternal uncle) 73, divorced, born Maine, parents born Maine, gardener for private family.
Nellie Hunt, sister-in-law, (believe this to actually be his mother-in-law) widowed, married at age 24, born Maine, parents born Maine.; Witness=Effie Hunt, Witness=Nellie F. Eastman17 
Residence1934 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; City Directory:
Richard V. Marshall (Effie E.) (handyman) CSH h 15 Allison.
separate listing: Effie E. Mrs. occupational therapist CSH r 15 Allison; Resident=Effie Hunt18,4 
Naturalization19 September 1934 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; Declaration of Intention #2700 for U.S. Citizenship contains the following information:
In the Superior Court of Middlesex County at Middletown, Connecticut - Richard Vincient Marshall of 15 Allison Street, Middletown, carpenter, 55 years of age, male, white, fair complexion, blue eyes, grey hair; 5'6", 150 pounds, English race; born Burin, Newfoundland on October 22, 1878. I am married and my wife is Effie and we were married on Sept. 22, 1911 at North Grafton, Massachuseets. She was born at Lancater, New Hampshire on December 12, 1884. She resides in Middletown and I ahve no children. My last foreign address was Halifax, Nova Scotia and I emigrated from there to Boston for permanent residence on April 18, 1912 on the vessel SS Halifax.
Signed Richard Vincient Marshall (photo included).

Petition #2266 for Naturalization was completed on September 30, 1940. Information was the same except for the following:
Address: 33 Frisbie Street, Middletown
Different Birthdate - October 29, 1878
My wife's name is Effie H. and she resides with me.
I have been in the County since September 15, 1915.
Witnesses were: Mrs Sarah M. Strachan and Alexander W. Strachan of 36 Laurel Street, Middletown and that they have known him since January 1, 1935.

Oath of Allegience was taken on April 14, 1941. Petition granted - Certificate #4897068.4 
Census17 April 1940 33 Frisbie Street, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States; "Richard Marshall" of 33 Frisbie Street, owns his home, calued at $5000, not a farm, head, male, white, 61, completed 3 years of high school, born Canada, English, filed petition for naturalization, lived in same place in 1935, worked 54 hours as a carpenter at Insane Hospital, worked 52 weeks, income $2500.
Effie, wife, 56, completed 2 years of high school, born NH, works as an occupational teacher at insane hospital, worked 52 weeks, earned $1500.
Edward Eastman, wife's uncle, 83, widowed, born Maine, lived in same place in 1935, no occupation.; Resident=Effie Hunt19 
Residence30 September 1940 Middletown, Connecticut, United States4 
Military27 April 1942 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; WW11 Draft Card information:
Richard Vincient Marshall of 33 Frisbie Street, Middletown, Conn. Telephone #2764-W, 63 years old, born Burin, Newfoundland, October 29, 1878. Employed at the Conn. State Hospital in Middlestown. Friend who will know your address - Mrs. Effie Marshall of the same address. He is white, 5'6" tall, 140 pounds, light complexion, gray eyes, gray hair5 
Residence1944 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; City Directory:
Richard V. Marshall (Effie E.) (handyman) CSH h 33 Frisbie20 
Death20 June 1944 Middletown, Connecticut, United States; Witness=Effie Hunt21,22 
BurialJune 1944 Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States21

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Richard Marshall, 31 October 1878.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, South African War Land Grants, 1908-1910 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data:Department of Veterans Affairs. Soldiers of the South African War, Land Grant Applications. Record Group 38 (vols. 117-136). Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; Volume 128, Land Grant Application #5381 for Richard Vincient Marshall.
  3. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Ward 5a, Halifax City, Nova Scotia, Canada; Roll: T-6314; Family No: 156. Family of Matthew and Martha Marshall. Ancestry Image #256 of 299.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Connecticut, Federal Naturalization Records, 1790-1996 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016. Petition #2700 for Richard Vincient Marshall, 19 September 1934.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Cards for Connecticut, specifically card for Richard Vincient Marshall, filed April 27, 1942.
  6. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Ward 5a, Halifax City, Nova Scotia, Canada; Roll: T-6314; Family No: 158. Family of Matthew and Martha Marshall. Ancestry Image #256 of 299.
  7. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, City and Area Directories, 1819-1906 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013. McAlpine’s Halifax City Directory, 1895-1896. P. 347.
  8. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, City and Area Directories, 1819-1906 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013. McAlpine’s Halifax City Directory, 1898-1899. P. 346.
  9. [S1061] Archives Canada, online https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca, McAlpine's Halifax City Directory for 1900-01. Listing for Matthew and Richard Marshall, page 340; accessed 10/27/2020 at https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/…
  10. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Connecticut, World War I, Military Census of Nurses, 1917," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C3MB-L97P-8 : 26 July 2019), > image 1 of 1; Connecticut State Library, Archives, Hartford.
  11. [S1010] Nova Scotia VS, online www.novascotiagenealogy.com, Registration Year: 1906, page 97, number 49. Listing for Matthew Marshall.
  12. [S1010] Nova Scotia VS, online www.novascotiagenealogy.com, Registration Year: 1906, page 103, number 79. Listing for Martha Marshall.
  13. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-6723-P9K : 25 May 2018), 004329367 > image 86 of 1207; State Archives, Boston.
  14. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Middletown, Connecticut, City Directory, 1916, p. 159.
  15. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Connecticut, Military Census Questionnaires, 1917", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QHV-N3CG-R992-V : 22 October 2020), > image 1 of 1.
  16. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9BPY-JH1 : 24 August 2019), Connecticut > Middlesex County no 21; Dahlen, Carl A. F.-Z > image 1977 of 3958; citing NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
  17. [S506] 1930 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Connecticut, Middlesex Co., Middletown, District 0021, sheet #7A; household of Richard Marshall. Ancestry Image #12 of 28.
  18. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Middletown, Connecticut, City Directory, 1939, p. 314.
  19. [S920] 1940 United States Federal Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut; Roll: m-t0627-00513; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 4-38. Listing for Richard Marshall, line 27-29.
  20. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Middletown, Connecticut, City Directory, 1944, p. 318.
  21. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 October 2020), memorial page for Effie Hunt Marshall (1886–1966), Find a Grave Memorial no. 214658700, citing Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, USA ; Maintained by Liz S. (contributor 49217470).
  22. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Connecticut Death Records, 1897-1968 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2019. Listing for Richard Marshall, died Middletown, Connecticut, June 20, 1944.

Rita Ellen Marshall1,2

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
(21 September 1919 - 14 January 2002)
Last EditedNov 22, 2020
Relationship3rd cousin of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAlfred Marshall1 b. 7 Nov 1874, d. 15 Dec 1959
MotherTeresa Reddy1 b. Jul 1877, d. 27 Jan 1952
Birth21 September 1919 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; This is the date of birth on her gravestone.3,2 
(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 
Occupation1982 Canada; Works as a secretery, she never married.1 
Death14 January 2002 Newfoundland, Canada; This is the date of death on her gravestone.3 
BurialJanuary 2002 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Rita is buried with her sister, Teresa. The plots are in Section E, Part 1, Row 13. Plot #13476B. Record indicates she was 82 years old.3,4 

Citations

  1. [S27] Letter, Frances Marshall to Patricia Balkcom, 18 Jan 1982.
  2. [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.
  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. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Robert Marshall1

(circa 1924 - )
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherFrancis William Marshall1 b. 5 Sep 1889
MotherMary Fannie Tilley1 b. c 1885
Birthcirca 1924 Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S1373] Newfoundland Census 1935, St. John's West; family #114 of Frank Marshall.

Robert George Thorton Marshall1,2

(13 February 1854 - )
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherGeorge Marshall3 b. c 1812, d. 21 Nov 1898
MotherHannah Nurse3 b. 7 May 1817, d. 21 Mar 1881

Family

Susanna Mary Cook b. c 1865
Marriage2 May 1883 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada; Record transcription: Robert George Marshall, 26, bachelor, cooper, residing in St. John's and Susannah Mary Cook, 18, spinster, residing in Riverhead, were married May 2, 1883 by Ambrose Heysgate. Witnesses were George A. Cook and Hannah Purchase.; Principal=Susanna Mary Cook1,4 
Children
Name Variation George Robert Marshall3 
Birth13 February 1854 South Side, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada4,3 
Baptism7 March 1854 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Baptized by Thomas F. H. Bridge.3 
Marriage2 May 1883 Church of England Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Record transcription: Robert George Marshall, 26, bachelor, cooper, residing in St. John's and Susannah Mary Cook, 18, spinster, residing in Riverhead, were married May 2, 1883 by Ambrose Heysgate. Witnesses were George A. Cook and Hannah Purchase.; Principal=Susanna Mary Cook1,4 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017; Birth 1870-1892, Vol. 26 for Church of England Cathedral of St. John the Baptist; baptism of Francis William Marshall, 20 October 1889, born to Robert Susannah M. Marshall, 05 September 1889.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ancestry Tree of Doug Dewling; accessed 12/27/2020 at
    https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/112328330/…
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017, baptismal record for George Robert Marshall, born 13 February 1854, son of George and Hannah Marshall.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017; Marriage 1835-1891, Vol.· 26 for Church of England Cathedral of St. John the Baptist; marrige of Robert George Marshall and Susannah Mary Cook, 02 May 1883.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1757-1901 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017; Birth 1870-1892, Vol. 26 for Church of England Cathedral of St. John the Baptist; baptism of Francis William Marshall, 20 October 1889, born to Robert and Susannah M. Marshall, 05 September 1889.
  6. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1850-1949 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017, certificate #628546 for Robert Stanley C. Marshall, born 11 July 1893.
  7. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1850-1949 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017, certificate #635772 for Hannah Jessie Marshall, born 03 October 1894.

Robert Stanley C. Marshall1

(11 July 1893 - )
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherRobert George Thorton Marshall1 b. 13 Feb 1854
MotherSusanna Mary Cook1 b. c 1865
Birth11 July 1893 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism10 August 1893 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1850-1949 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017, certificate #628546 for Robert Stanley C. Marshall, born 11 July 1893.

Ronald Marshall1

(1 October 1937 - 16 October 2002)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
FatherRonald Marshall1
MotherAgnes Hall2
Birth1 October 1937 1,3 
Death16 October 2002 1 
BurialOctober 2002 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Buried in Plot #12855-B. Cemetery record indicates date of death and age of 65.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Obituaries for The Telegram (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada); obituary for Ronald Marshall, October 2002.
  3. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of headstones for Holy Sepulchre RC Cemetery, Mt. Pearl, Section E, Part 3, (Rows 1 - 7),
    St. John's West District. Stone for Ronald Marshall.

Ronald Marshall1

(10 July 1901 - 9 January 1980)
Last EditedDec 15, 2020
Birth10 July 1901 1 
Death9 January 1980 1 
BurialJanuary 1980 Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; Aged 79 years. Section C, plot 50.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Ronald Marshall1

Last EditedDec 15, 2020
Father(?) Marshall1
MotherAgatha Mary Hall1 b. c 1904, d. 22 Oct 1985
Birth  
Death  
Burial Died as an infant, buried with mother, Agatha, in Section B, Plot 324.1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202

Ronald Marshall1,2

Last EditedDec 15, 2020

Family

Agnes Hall
Marriage Principal=Agnes Hall2 
Children
Marriage Principal=Agnes Hall2 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: St. John's, Newfoundland. Catholic Cemeteries site at https://c1abg893.caspio.com/dp/f6ed70005c57d649a2d6441fa202
  2. [S846] Newfoundland Grand Banks, online ngb.checucto.org, Transcription of Obituaries for The Telegram (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada); obituary for Ronald Marshall, October 2002.

Rosanne Marshall1

ChartsDescendants of John Marshall & Mary Houlihan
Descendants of John Hartson & Roseanna Spencer
(circa August 1883 - circa 1933)
Last EditedOct 26, 2020
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherRichard George Marshall Esq.1 b. c 1818, d. 11 Mar 1898
MotherMary Hartson1 b. May 1852, d. c 1893

Family

Dennis Boudreau b. 2 Sep 1881, d. 12 Mar 1945
Marriage12 May 1903 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Registration #166, May 12th, Halifax: Dennis Boudreau, 23, bachelor, labourer, living in Halifax, born Cheticamp, Cape Breton, parents Charles & Casaire and Rose Marshall, 19, spinster, living in Halifax, born Newfoundland, parents Richard and Mary, labourer. Witnesses Alexander Chesson and Mary Saunders by Rev. E. J. McCarthy, Catholic priest.; Principal=Dennis Boudreau3,4,5 
Children
Birthcirca August 1883 Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism7 August 1883 St. Patrick Catholic Church, Burin, Burin Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; "Roseanne of Richard Marshall and Mary Hartstone. Witnesses: Matthew Brien and Kelly, ...(no first name given."; Witness=Matthew Bryan1 
Land17 November 1897 Burin, Newfoundland, Canada; In their father's Will in Nov. 1897 (he died in March 1898) he stated "...and the fifth meadow from the East to my daughter Rosannah..."2 
Married Name Boudreau 
Marriage12 May 1903 St. Mary's Catholic Church, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Registration #166, May 12th, Halifax: Dennis Boudreau, 23, bachelor, labourer, living in Halifax, born Cheticamp, Cape Breton, parents Charles & Casaire and Rose Marshall, 19, spinster, living in Halifax, born Newfoundland, parents Richard and Mary, labourer. Witnesses Alexander Chesson and Mary Saunders by Rev. E. J. McCarthy, Catholic priest.; Principal=Dennis Boudreau3,4,5 
Residence27 August 1906 49 Lower Water Street, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Principal=Dennis Boudreau6 
(Witness) Death27 August 1906 Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Death Registration states: Ronald Boudreau, male, aged 5 months, single, French, born Halifax, Catholic, father laborer, died on the 27th of August 1906, residing at 49 Lower Water Street, Halifax; died of Cholera Infantatum, attended by Dr. T. Water, buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery on the same day by Snow and Co. Undertakers.; Principal=Dennis Ronald Boudreau7 
Residence14 November 1909 54 Water Street, Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada; Principal=Dennis Boudreau8 
(Witness) Death6 December 1911 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Death Registration states: Nellie Boudreau, female, died Dec. 6, 1911, aged 2 years, residing at 54 Upper Water Street, Halifax, born Halifax, Catholic, daughter of Dennis Boudreau. Cause of death laryngeal diphtheria of 4 days duration. Attending physician was Dr. T. Watson, undertaker Snow & Co., burial in Mt. Olivet, Halifax.; Principal=Helen (Nellie) Bernadette Boudreau9 
(Witness) Death8 December 1915 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Death Registration states: Ronald Boudreau, male, died Dec. 8, 1915, aged 1 yr., 11 months, residing at 1 Granville St., Halifax, born Halifax, Catholic, son of Dennis Boudreau. Cause of death pneumonia and acute nephritis of 2 weeks duration. Attending physician was Dr. L. Miller, undertaker Snow & Co., burial in Mt. Olivet, Halifax.; Principal=Ronald Joseph Boudreau10 
NoteApril 1919 In the military records of Dennis Boudreau, her husband, it states that she stopped receiving his War pay on April 1, 1919 and that his pay was sent to Mrs. Ernest Moignard of 10 Cunard Court, Halifax on May 1 (Mrs. Ernest Moignard was the sister of Rose). Rose had been living at 4 Cunard Court and had received his pay for the previous 3 years while he was Overseas with the Canadian Army. On the same form, there is a handwritten note that says "Mrs. Annie Murphy, guardian" - there is another word with guardian that I cannot read. It appears that Dennis left overseas on April 2, 1919 and would probably have arrived in Halifax about the middle of April. What had happened to Rose? Had she separated from him while he was away? Her daughter would have been just turning 15. I cannot find any of the family in the 1921 Census including the Moignard family.11 
Note Dennis married again in 1922. I have not been able to find any Divorce or Annulment Records for Rose and Dennis and when he married in 1922, he stated he was a bachelor, not a "widower".
In the Estate Affadavit for Mary Madeline Boudreau, two of Isabel Marshall Moignard's grandchildren, Ernest Moignard III and Charles Longley, Jr. stated in 2001, that their grandmother often would visit a sister in the Sydney, Cape Breton area. Could this have been Rose? Charles Longley was born in 1935 and Ernest Moignard in 1926, so it seems that if it was Rose, that she would have been alive after 1933, when her daughter stated she had died.12 
Deathcirca 1933 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; The only indication that I currently have of Rose's death is that her daughter stated in a 1940 record that her mother was deceased in Halifax at the age of 50.13 

Citations

  1. [S1001] Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS Microfilm: Film #2169242, Item 3, Baptisms 1833-1894, Saint Patrick's Parish, Burin, Newfoundland. Listing for Roseanne Marshall, 07 August 1883.
  2. [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).
  3. [S12] Letter, Madeline Sansoucy to Patricia Balkcom, April 11, 1982,.
  4. [S458] Email, Ann Cochrane to Patricia Balkcom, Oct. 11, 2001.
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Samuel Marshall1

(1849 - 9 October 1902)
Last EditedDec 28, 2020
FatherGeorge Marshall1 b. c 1812, d. 21 Nov 1898
MotherHannah Nurse1 b. 7 May 1817, d. 21 Mar 1881
Birth1849 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Death9 October 1902 Massachusetts Hom. Hospital, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States; Death record states that Samuel Marshall, 53, male, married, butcher, of 5 Elmwood Street (Boston) died at Mass. Hom. Hospital on October 09, 1902. He was born in St. John's, Newfoundland to George Marshall and Hannah Nourse, both born in St. John's. Cause of death was empyema of chest of 4 years duration. He was buried in Forest Hills.1 
BurialOctober 1902 Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States1 

Citations

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    Original data:Massachusetts Vital Records, 1840–1911. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.Massachusetts Vital Records, 1911–1915. Death record for Samuel Marshall, died 09 October 1902, Boston, Massachusetts.