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Eliza Jane Curry Marshall
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Birth: Dec. 22, 1841
Butler County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Sep. 21, 1908
Hancock County
Illinois, USA

Eliza Jane (Curry) Marshall is the daughter of Matthew and Jane Curry. Her father immigrated from Ireland, and settled in Pennsylvania before moving to Hancock County, Illinois, in 1852. She married James Thomas Crawford Marshall on February 13, 1865. They farmed in Carthage Township, Hancock County, Illinois until their deaths, raising a family of 10 children, one of whom died as an infant. There is a known discrepancy between her birth and death dates as given in her obituary and census data and those listed on the tombstone which was set many years after her death. 
Family links: 
  Matthew Curry (1802 - 1876)
  Jane Curry Curry (1802 - 1891)
  James Thomas Crawford Marshall (1832 - 1903)*
  William H Marshall (1864 - 1933)*
  Mattie Jane Marshall (1866 - 1938)*
  Mary Isabell Marshall O'Neill (1869 - 1938)*
  James Crawford Marshall (1874 - 1935)*
  Bessie Angeline Marshall Weatherington (1877 - 1945)*
  Edith Eliza Marshall (1879 - 1962)*
  Grace Maude Marshall Myers (1882 - 1960)*
  Isabel C. Curry Ritchey (1838 - 1927)*
  Adam Curry (1840 - 1911)*
  Eliza Jane Curry Marshall (1841 - 1908)
  Samuel Eakin Curry (1845 - 1926)**
*Calculated relationship
Old Carthage Cemetery
Hancock County
Illinois, USA
Created by: Larry and Jane
Record added: Aug 21, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15458710
Eliza Jane <i>Curry</i> Marshall
Added by: Larry and Jane
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