Adams County, Ohio Descendancies
Descendants of James Marshall
Generation No. 3 1. WILLIAM3 MARSHALL, SR. (JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Abt. 1770 in PA, and died October 05, 1807 in Adams County, Ohio. He married MARY POLLY CAMPBELL Abt. 1794, daughter of CAMPBELL. She was born Abt. 1770, and died 1834 in Liberty Township,Adams County, Ohio. Notes for WILLIAM MARSHALL, SR.: Most of the information on William Marshall,Sr. comes from the article on the Marshall family that appeared in "Thompson's Historical Collections of Adams County, Ohio" pub . The family appeared in Adams County in 1800, but William died 5 Oct. 1807, so there are very few records there. He was a Trustee to set up the town of West Union, an Elder, Clerk and Founding Member of the West Union Presbyterian Church, so he would appear to be a responsible and educated person. James Campbell helped Mary Marshall settle the estate, so this seems to confirm that Mary was a Campbell, and that James is probably her brother. Notes for MARY POLLY CAMPBELL: From a letter written to Debbie Harrison, Sept. 11, 1989 by Mary Lloyd Steele, great-grand-daughter of Frances Elizabeth Marshall and Joseph Nelson McNeil,Sr. "My grandfather, Joseph McNeil, Jr. has written on a paper which I found in the Marshall Family Bible, that William Marshall, Sr. was born in Pennsylvania and was married to Mary (Polly) Campbell. They, with the Campbell family came to Ohio in 1800" Mary Marshall's Estate Inventory 4 Aug 1834 Appraisers: John Askern, Alpheus Maddox, Robert Patton Children of WILLIAM MARSHALL and MARY CAMPBELL are: i. JOHN4 MARSHALL. Notes for JOHN MARSHALL: Only source for John is the Marshall write-up in Thompson's Collections. ii. ANNA MARSHALL. Notes for ANNA MARSHALL: Only source for Anna is Thompson's Collections. 2. iii. SARAH SALLY MARSHALL, b. 1794, Virginia; d. Aft. 1850. 3. iv. FANNY MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1796; d. Bef. 1850, Adams County, Ohio. 4. v. JAMES MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1798. 5. vi. WILLIAM MARSHALL, JR., b. December 25, 1799, Ohio County, Virginia; d. May 15, 1870, Adams County, Ohio. 6. vii. MARY POLLY MARSHALL, b. January 08, 1806, Adams County, Ohio; d. September 17, 1850, Adams County, Ohio.
Generation No. 4 2. SARAH SALLY4 MARSHALL (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born 1794 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1850. She married JOHN FINNEY December 18, 1817 in Adams County, Ohio. He was born 1792, and died Bef. April 1851 in Batavia Township, Clermont County, Ohio. Notes for SARAH SALLY MARSHALL: Sarah and her family are in Clermont County, Ohio in the 1850 Census, Batavia Township. Husband John appears to have died shortly after, as his estate is probated 4 April 1851 Notes for JOHN FINNEY: John Finney was a stonemason and had a mill. Children of SARAH MARSHALL and JOHN FINNEY are: i. WILLIAM5 FINNEY, b. 1823, Ohio; m. MARY JANE EACERT, June 03, 1846, Clermont County, Ohio. Notes for WILLIAM FINNEY: William and his brother, Marshall, were stone masons like their father. ii. MARSHALL FINNEY, b. 1823, Ohio; m. AMANDA RINGER, October 22, 1846, Clermont County, Ohio. iii. MARY FINNEY, b. 1825, Ohio; m. WILLIAM POTTER, January 20, 1856, Clermont County, Ohio. iv. MARGARET FINNEY, b. 1827. v. ELIZABETH FINNEY, b. 1840. 3. FANNY4 MARSHALL (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Abt. 1796, and died Bef. 1850 in Adams County, Ohio. She married SAMUEL FINNEY November 28, 1816 in Adams County, Ohio. He died Aft. 1850 in Adams County, Ohio. Children of FANNY MARSHALL and SAMUEL FINNEY are: i. WILLIAM5 FINNEY, b. 1820, Adams County, Ohio; m. REBECCA FINDLEY, September 16, 1846, Adams County, Ohio. ii. JOHN FINNEY, b. 1822, Adams County, Ohio; d. 1876, Adams County, Ohio; m. MARY J. POTTS. iii. MARY FINNEY, b. 1826, Adams County, Ohio; m. JOSEPH B. MATTHEWS, August 26, 1846, Adams County, Ohio. 4. JAMES4 MARSHALL (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Abt. 1798. He married ELEANOR LIGGETT November 05, 1818 in Adams County, Ohio. Notes for JAMES MARSHALL: James does not appear to have stayed in Adams County. When he sells his portion of the property that all of the heirs of William Marshall, Sr. owned, his place of residence is listed as Decatur County, Indiana. Children of JAMES MARSHALL and ELEANOR LIGGETT are: i. FRANCES E.5 MARSHALL, b. 1838. ii. SAMUEL E. MARSHALL, b. 1830. 5. WILLIAM4 MARSHALL, JR. (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born December 25, 1799 in Ohio County, Virginia, and died May 15, 1870 in Adams County, Ohio. He married JANE JORDAN June 01, 1820 in Adams County, Ohio, daughter of CATHERINE "CATY" JORDAN. She was born July 15, 1796 in Pennsylvania, and died July 09, 1876 in Adams County, Ohio. Children of WILLIAM MARSHALL and JANE JORDAN are: i. POLLY5 MARSHALL, b. March 28, 1821, Adams, Ohio; d. March 16, 1847, Adams, Ohio. ii. JOHN MARSHALL, b. March 22, 1822, Adams, Ohio; d. March 22, 1842, Adams, Ohio. 7. iii. JANE MARSHALL, b. July 29, 1823, Adams County, Ohio; d. May 03, 1904, Adams County, Ohio. 8. iv. WILLIAM B. MARSHALL, b. April 04, 1825, Adams County, Ohio. v. JAMES A. MARSHALL, b. April 16, 1826, Adams, Ohio; d. Aft. 1850. Notes for JAMES A. MARSHALL: James Marshall's Date of Birth is found in the Marshall Family Bible. In the 1850 Census, Franklin Township, Adams County, OH he is living with his parents, listed as 19 years old. 9. vi. MARTHA A. MARSHALL, b. October 20, 1828, Adams County, Ohio; d. December 05, 1907, Adams County, Ohio. 10. vii. SAMUEL C. MARSHALL, b. November 23, 1829, Adams County, Ohio; d. January 25, 1885, Adams County, Ohio. 11. viii. FRANCES E. MARSHALL, b. August 26, 1836, Adams County, Ohio; d. April 19, 1911, Adams County, Ohio. 6. MARY POLLY4 MARSHALL (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born January 08, 1806 in Adams County, Ohio, and died September 17, 1850 in Adams County, Ohio. She married WILLIAM JR. HAMILTON August 14, 1828 in Adams County, Ohio, son of JOHN HAMILTON and ISABELLA SMITH. He was born May 16, 1807 in Ohio, and died September 12, 1877 in Adams County, Ohio. Children of MARY MARSHALL and WILLIAM HAMILTON are: 12. i. WILLIAM MARSHALL5 HAMILTON, b. October 22, 1829, Adams County, Ohio; d. May 24, 1862, Evansville, Indiana. ii. FANNY JANE HAMILTON, b. June 23, 1833, Adams County, Ohio; d. December 06, 1854; m. MATTHEW WILLIAMS, October 23, 1851, Adams County, Ohio; b. November 06, 1838; d. November 07, 1864, Adams County, Ohio. 13. iii. JOHN CAMPBELL HAMILTON, b. June 13, 1836, Adams County, Ohio; d. October 26, 1906, Adams County, Ohio. iv. JAMES S. HAMILTON, b. June 15, 1842, Adams County, Ohio; d. July 22, 1864, Battle of Shiloh. Notes for JAMES S. HAMILTON: James was 22 years, 6 months on 5 Jan 1864. Killed in the Battle before Atlanta on 22 July 1864. Served in Co. E. v. SAMUEL M. HAMILTON, b. June 23, 1843, Adams County, Ohio; d. April 08, 1862, Battle of Atlanta. Notes for SAMUEL M. HAMILTON: Samuel was killed in the Battle of Shiloh April 6-7 1862, killed by careless discharge of firearms. Mustered into service Nov. 1, 1861 at West Union, Ohio
Generation No. 5 7. JANE5 MARSHALL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born July 29, 1823 in Adams County, Ohio, and died May 03, 1904 in Adams County, Ohio. She married J. M. MCINTIRE Abt. 1843 in Adams County, Ohio. Children of JANE MARSHALL and J. MCINTIRE are: i. ELIZABETH6 MCINTIRE, b. 1851, Adams County, Ohio. ii. ROSANNAH MCINTIRE, b. 1853, Adams County, Ohio. iii. MARTHA MCINTIRE, b. 1855, Adams County, Ohio. iv. SARAH A. MCINTIRE, b. 1857, Adams County, Ohio. v. M. C. MCINTIRE, b. 1848, Adams County, Ohio. 8. WILLIAM B.5 MARSHALL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born April 04, 1825 in Adams County, Ohio. He married MARY J. Abt. 1859 in Adams County, Ohio. She was born 1840. Children of WILLIAM MARSHALL and MARY are: i. SAMUEL T.6 MARSHALL, b. 1860, Adams County, Ohio. ii. JOHN W. MARSHALL, b. 1862, Adams County, Ohio. iii. ELLA F. MARSHALL, b. 1865, Adams County, Ohio. iv. ALVA L. MARSHALL, b. 1869, Adams County, Ohio. v. IDONA P. MARSHALL, b. Adams County, Ohio. 9. MARTHA A.5 MARSHALL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born October 20, 1828 in Adams County, Ohio, and died December 05, 1907 in Adams County, Ohio. She married WILLIAM A. MONTGOMERY Abt. 1848 in Adams County, Ohio, son of JOHN MONTGOMERYI and MARTHA. He was born 1817. Child of MARTHA MARSHALL and WILLIAM MONTGOMERY is: i. CYRUS6 MONTGOMERY, b. 1849, Adams County, Ohio. 10. SAMUEL C.5 MARSHALL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born November 23, 1829 in Adams County, Ohio, and died January 25, 1885 in Adams County, Ohio. He married LOUISA JANE BLACK July 22, 1857 in Adams County, Ohio, daughter of JAMES BLACK and MARY COCHRAN. She was born March 12, 1840 in Ohio, and died February 02, 1898 in Adams County, Ohio. Notes for LOUISA JANE BLACK: Louisa's maiden name came from the Certified Copy of her Marriage Record that she submitted in her application for a Civil War Widow's Pension. The Record states that "Samuel C. Marshall, and Louisa Jane Black were married by me on July 22, 1857" D. McDill, MG . I.N. Tolle, Probate Judge, certified the record. West Union, OH 23 Aug 1887. Louisa's parents have not been definitely proven, but the most logical family is that of James and Mary Black who are in Meigs Township in the 1850 Adams County, OH Census. Their oldest child is a 10 year old female named "Lowiza" In 1860 the parents are nowhere to be found, and three of the younger sisters are all in separate households, working as domestic servants. In 1870 two of the sisters are in the same township as Samuel and Louisa, still working as domestic servants. It would appear that the parents had died, possibly in a cholera epidemic. There was one in 1851 in Adams County. Children of SAMUEL MARSHALL and LOUISA BLACK are: i. ELIZABETH E.6 MARSHALL, b. 1859, Adams, Ohio. ii. MARY C. MARSHALL, b. 1861, Adams Co., Ohio. iii. ANNIE C. MARSHALL, b. 1862, Adams Co., Ohio. 14. iv. WILLIAM CYRUS MARSHALL, b. January 11, 1864, AdamsCounty, Ohio; d. February 02, 1905, Boise, Ada County, ID. v. VIOLA J. MARSHALL, b. January 16, 1866, Adams Co., Ohio; d. July 28, 1890, Adams Co., Ohio; m. OREBAUGH, Abt. 1886, Adams Co, Ohio. Notes for VIOLA J. MARSHALL: Cherry Fork Cemetery Records give the date of death and married name for Viola. vi. GEORGE C. MARSHALL, b. September 30, 1872, Adams Co., Ohio; d. April 09, 1940, Weizer, Washington Co., Idaho. Notes for GEORGE C. MARSHALL: Idaho Death Certificate #11910 for George C. Marshall. Occupation Painter, Date of Birth 1875, Place of Birth Ohio, Parent's names unknown. Single, 65 at Death. There is no proof that this is the brother of William C. Marshall except that William's Obituary says that he has a brother, George. George is a painter, William was a Building Contractor and their father, Samuel was a carpenter. Both George and William are born in Ohio and appear to have come to Idaho about the same time. (Are listed in the 1900 Soundex for Idaho) vii. CHARLES MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1875, Adams Co., Ohio; d. November 01, 1878, Adams Co., Ohio. 11. FRANCES E.5 MARSHALL (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born August 26, 1836 in Adams County, Ohio, and died April 19, 1911 in Adams County, Ohio. She married (1) JOSEPH MCNEIL October 10, 1860 in Adams County, Ohio, son of JONATHAN MCNEIL and RHODA WALKER. He was born November 07, 1833, and died June 06, 1861 in Adams County, Ohio. She married (2) WILLIAM H. KIRKPATRICK Bef. 1870 in Adams County, Ohio. He died 1899. Child of FRANCES MARSHALL and JOSEPH MCNEIL is: i. JOSEPH NELSON6 MCNEIL,JR, b. November 01, 1861, Adams County, Ohio; d. March 23, 1940; m. LOUISA JANE KIRKPATRICK, December 08, 1887. 12. WILLIAM MARSHALL5 HAMILTON (MARY POLLY4 MARSHALL, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born October 22, 1829 in Adams County, Ohio, and died May 24, 1862 in Evansville, Indiana. He married HANNAH BOLTON August 04, 1852 in Clermont County, Ohio. Notes for WILLIAM MARSHALL HAMILTON: William served in the Civil War with Co. E, Ohio Infantry. He was injured in the Battle of Shiloh, returned to Indiana and died of his injuries; buried in a Military Cemetery in Evansville, Indiana. Children of WILLIAM HAMILTON and HANNAH BOLTON are: i. MARY6 HAMILTON, b. 1854. ii. EDWARD DELON HAMILTON, b. 1856. iii. ELIZABETH HAMILTON, b. 1857. iv. CLARINDA HAMILTON, b. 1860. v. WILLIAM HAMILTON, b. 1862. 13. JOHN CAMPBELL5 HAMILTON (MARY POLLY4 MARSHALL, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born June 13, 1836 in Adams County, Ohio, and died October 26, 1906 in Adams County, Ohio. He married NANCY JANE HEMPHILL August 29, 1855, daughter of JOHN HEMPHILL and ELIZABETH MILLIGAN. She was born February 11, 1837 in Ohio, and died November 01, 1892 in Adams County, Ohio. Notes for JOHN CAMPBELL HAMILTON: 1850 Census Wayne Township, living with his father 1860 1870 Oliver Township, next to his father and his second wife Children of JOHN HAMILTON and NANCY HEMPHILL are: i. SARAH J.6 HAMILTON, b. 1856. ii. HARRISON HAMILTON, b. 1858. iii. ELIZABETH HAMILTON, b. 1859. iv. MARTHA A. HAMILTON, b. 1862. v. MARY A. HAMILTON, b. 1862. vi. JAMES A. HAMILTON, b. 1864. vii. MARGARET HAMILTON, b. 1866. viii. MANDA J. HAMILTON, b. 1868. ix. JOHN HAMILTON, b. 1870.
Generation No. 6 14. WILLIAM CYRUS6 MARSHALL (SAMUEL C.5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born January 11, 1864 in AdamsCounty, Ohio, and died February 02, 1905 in Boise, Ada County, ID. He married LINNIE EDNA DAISY MINER April 11, 1894 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, daughter of PARKHURST MINER and ALVIRA SMITH. She was born July 12, 1872 in Cambria, Wayne County, Iowa, and died September 28, 1939 in Boise, Ada County, ID. Notes for LINNIE EDNA DAISY MINER: In January 2000 I asked several of my family members to write down their memories of our family. Marilyn Marshall Lemman- Daisy was 5'4" or shorter. She was plump in her middle years, and then very thin in her later years when she wasn't well. Had Brown eyes and hair until later life. Nick-named "Daisy" because of snapping dark brown eyes. Quite beautiful when a young woman. A bit cranky as I remeber her because I am sure she wasn't happy when Grandpa Van Dusen died and she moved to Seattle. Intelligent and interested in the world news. Died at 69 of cerebral Hemorrhage..Had high blood pressure and cataracts at a young age. Died in Boise after moving back in about 1937-38. Jean Marshall Irvine- Daisy tried her best to be liked-took me to silent films, bought us sodas, played games..but no cards. Donald Marshall- I was 5 or 6 when Daisy visited us in Seattle. She said "Good Morning" to me at breakfast. She died in 1939 of a stroke, I think. Dad and Mom and I drove to Boise all night in the 39 Dodge. Child of WILLIAM MARSHALL and LINNIE MINER is: i. WALTER CYRUS7 MARSHALL, b. November 05, 1895, Boise, Ada Co, ID; d. August 30, 1951, Seattle, King Co, WA; m. GLADYS FLORENCE NIBLER, January 17, 1920, Salt Lake City, Utah; b. September 17, 1897, Boise, Ada County, ID; d. February 19, 1954, Seattle, King County, WA. Notes for WALTER CYRUS MARSHALL: In January of 2000 I asked some of my Family Members their memories of their parents. Marilyn Marshall Lemman- Dad was about 5'7" and about 150# Had brown eyes and hair and was a very handsome man. Quiet, but very interested in world affairs and probably had a high IQ. Good in Math, but did not have a head for business. Well read; although mainly read mysteries for pleasure in later life. Good sense of humor and witty. Articulate in a quiet way. Died in 1951 of stenosis of the aortic valve which was inoperable at that time. Had lived a limited exercise type of life since his early 40's when heart murmur was diagnosed. Was 54 at the time of his death. He smoked and did some binge drinking of alcohol which probably didn't help his condition. Would have been a good candidate for a heart valve replacement which was developed soon after his death. Jean Marshall Irvine- Added to the above that her father was quiet, intelligent, and very patient. Loved to dance, party and play the piano. Donald Marshall- 5'7" 140# Died at 55 of Heart Disease..Had Brown eyes. Was a School Principal and a teacher in summer school. Nice man, kind of shy. Good sense of humor, and a good family man who liked to fish and golf. Had a bit of a drinking problem on weekends. Had a bottle of Kesslers hidden in the basement. Also smoked Camels and told me not to start smoking. One time at Grandmas he was looking for a screw for an appliance, and Grandma said, Walters always looking for a screw. He would make 4 cent bets with Vic on sports or whatever. Notes for GLADYS FLORENCE NIBLER: In January of 2000 I asked some of my Family Members for memories of their family...I also asked for pesonality traits...lifestyle habits like drinking and smoking. Marilyn Marshall Lemman- 5'3", about 127-134#. Hazel eyes, brown hair, very pretty. Very ambitious for her children. Loving mother, always considerate, but explosive temper at times. Died at age 57 (1954 of cancer which probably started in the breast or lung and spread to the liver. Cause of death could have been genetic..If lung cancer was involved it could be due to second hand smoke. Jean Marshall Irvine- Very ambitious and a good mother. Took care of my girls. Donald Marshall- Good mother, housekeeper and cook. Nice lady, but alittle ignorant, thought the Cold War was in Alaska. 5'2" 120# Died of cancer at age 57. Our family went to Boise every year to see our grandparents. A 13 hour trip then, 9 hours now. We would stop at Emigrant Springs Park in the Blue Mts for lunch. During WWII we had fake rubber tires and had 13 flat tires. Polyester not invented yet. I remember my Mom would wear her girdle for that long trip and then complain how it hurt.