|Birth: ||May 18, 1899|
West Virginia, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 27, 1960|
West Virginia, USA
Son of Joseph Mc Nelion "Mack" Boone, and Carrie Wade (PILES/Pyles).
(Wife) Elsie R. Knight.
~ Carl William Boone, (1921-1984).
~ Helen (Boone) Sirbaugh, ( ? - ? ).
~ Wesley L. Boone,(1927-2002).
~ Melvin David Boone, (1934-2003).
~ Beverly (Boone)-N/A, ( ? - ? ).
~ Betty Lou (Boone)-N/A, ( ? - ? ).
* Marshall William Boone (1899-1960).
~ Marvin Dailey Boone Sr., (1902-1969).
~ Bertha Mae (Boone) Snapp, (1906-1968).
~ No-named Baby Girl Boone, (1910-1910).
~ No-named Baby Boy Boone, (1911-1911).
~ Cecil Elwood Boone, (1913-1987).
~ Nelson Leo Boone, (1920-2006).
~ Elmer Asbury Boone, (1922-1996).
(Noted): Marshall was the firstborn child, and 1st son of Joseph and Carrie Boone.
(Service): Marshall served in the Army, during World War I.
(Census Records for Marshall Boone and his family):
(1900 Census): Under his Grandfather, Rector Piles.
(Head) Rector Piles 67 Dec/1832 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Mariah Piles 64 March/1836 W.Va.
(Dau) Carrie W Boone 20 March/1880 W.Va.
(Grandson) Marshal W Boone 1 May/1899 W.Va.
(Son-in-law) Joseph M Boone 23 Sept/1876 W.Va.
Living in: Snyder Store, Hardy, West Virginia
(Noted): Census stated that Rector and Mariah Piles were married around (1852); and that they had (13) children, but that only (6) were still living. And, it stated that Carrie and Joseph Boone were married around (1898); and that they only had (1) child, which was still living. Plus, it also stated Rector's Occupation as a (Farmer); and Joseph Boone's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer). Plus, also living at the same "Snyder Store Apartments," were some of Rector and Mariah's other adult children: (Son) John W. Piles and wife Susan, and their family; (Daughter) Margaret and Jeremiah Bean, and their family; (Daughter) Lorena and Charles Snoeberger, and their family. So I bet that was fun living around all their family, especially during the holidays... :)
(1910 Census): Under his father, J. Mack Boone.
(Head) J Mack Boone 34 1876 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Cary Boone 28 1882 W.Va.
(Son) Marshall Boone 10 1900 W.Va.
(Son) Marvin Boone 7 1903 W.Va.
(Daughter) Bertha Boone 4 1906 W.Va.
Living in: Capon, Hardy County, West Virginia.
(Noted): Census stated that Joseph and Carrie were married for about (12) years; and had (4) children, but that only (3) were still living. So, this means that they just lost their "No-named" infant baby girl child (that was born in 1910, and died in 1910).
(1920 Census): Under his father, J. M. Boone.
(Head) J M Boone 44 1876 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Carrie Boone 40 1880 W.Va.
(Son) Marshal Boone 21 1899 W.Va. Farm
(Son) Marvin Boone 18 1902 W.Va. Farm
(Daughter) Bertha Boone 13 1907 W.Va.
(Son) Cecil Boone 6 1914 Va.
Living in: Shawnee, Frederick, Virginia
(Noted): Census listed them living on Street: Cedar Creek Grade (which is also where my mother's Newlin and Snapp families also lived). The Census also listed Marshal's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer); and Marvin's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer), too.
(1930 Census): Under
(1940 Census): Under
Joseph McNelion Boone (1876 - 1956)
Carrie Wade Piles Boone (1880 - 1966)
Marshall William Boone (1899 - 1960)
Marvin Dailey Boone (1902 - 1969)*
Bertha Mae Boone Snapp (1906 - 1968)*
Infant Baby Girl Boone (1910 - 1910)*
Infant Baby Boy Boone (1911 - 1911)*
Cecil Elwood Boone (1913 - 1987)*
Nelson Leo Boone (1920 - 2006)*
Elmer Asbury Boone (1922 - 1996)*
Winchester National Cemetery
Plot: 29, 1187
Created by: Rebecca ECKARD Wilson
Record added: Oct 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98990472
In memory of my cousin.|
Ruth (Wilson) Lowell
Added: Jul. 27, 2013
Rest in peace, cousin Marshall. And, thank you for serving our country and for fighting for my freedom... :)|
Rebecca ECKARD Wilson
Added: Oct. 16, 2012