The Marshall Family: Or A Genealogical Chart of the Descendants of John Marshall and Elizabeth Markham, His Wife, Sketches of Individuals and Notices of Families Connected with Them

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R. Clarke & Company, 1885 - Ireland - 415 pages
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Page 99 - Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report ; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. 9 Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do : and the God of peace shall be with you.
Page 14 - I recommend my Soul to God that gave it, and my body to the Earth, to be buried in decent manner, at the Discretion of my Executors...
Page 10 - Saviour to receive full pardon and remission of all my sins and my body to the Earth to be decently bur-yed according to the discretion of my Executrix which hereafter shall be named.
Page 41 - John Marshall, Son of Thomas and Mary Marshall, was born the 24th of September, 1755, Intermarried with Mary Willis Ambler, the 3d of January, 1783. Departed this life the [6th] day of July, 1835.
Page 178 - In manhood's home, in youthful prime, I woo thy breath. For the fading hues of hope have fled, Like the dolphin's light; And dark are the clouds above my head, As the starless night. Oh, vainly the...
Page 105 - In the way of righteousness there is life, and in the pathway thereof there is no death.
Page 150 - For home he had not: home is the resort Of love, of joy, of peace and plenty, where, Supporting and supported, polished friends And dear relations mingle into bliss.
Page 14 - Joe, and one negro woman named , and one negro woman , after delivering the next child born of her body, to my son John ; until which time she shall remain in the possession of my wife. Likewise I leave my corn and meat to remain for the use of my wife and children. Also I give and bequeath unto my wife one grey mare named "Beauty...
Page 5 - III, he sent his nephew, John Marshall, to Ireland, and constituted him Mareschal of Ireland. This John Marshall is mentioned by Irish historians as the leader of the Irish nobility, in their efforts to gain for that Island the benefits of Magna Charta. After the confiscation of the Pembroke estates in Ireland, we hear no more of the Marshall name, until it appears in history in 1558, at the fall of Calais, in the reign of Queen Mary.
Page 32 - ... represent her dressed with a cap, in the style of an old lady of her generation. Doubtless the portraits were taken after the death of her husband, or his likeness would have accompanied them. V. John Marshall was born in Westmoreland Co., Va.. about 1732. He is said to have married Jane Quisenbury. He was appointed an executor of his father's will, but failed to qualify. His father died in 1752, and John was then, perhaps, a minor. He came to Bourbon Co., Ky., at an early day. He must have died...

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