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Mary Steen Marshall
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Birth: 1750
County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Death: Sep. 11, 1842
Abbeville County
South Carolina, USA

Samuel Marshall (b.1743) was about thirty-one and Mary Steen was about twenty-four when they married in 1774 in Northern Ireland.

They emigrated with their children from Northern Ireland to America in 1792.

The 1800 census revealed they were living in Newberry County, South Carolina. Household members: Samuel (45 & over), Mary (45 & over), George (16-25), Joseph and Samuel (10-15), Hugh and John (Under 10), Mary and Isabella (16-25) and Jane (Under 10).

The 1810 census revealed household members: Samuel (45 & over), Mary (45 & over), Joseph (26-44), Hugh (16-25), Jane (16-25), and John (10-15).

The 1820 census revealed Samuel was a farmer. Household members: Samuel (45 & over), Mary (45 & over), Joseph (26-44), Jane (26-44) and 3 slaves.

Their children:

William Marshall (b.1775)
Nancy Marshall (Aiken)(b.1779)
George Marshall (b.1779 d.1852)
Mary Ann Marshall (Major)(b.1783 d.1866)
Joseph Marshall (b.1784 d.1854)NM
Isabella Marshall (Marshall)(b.1785 d.1859)
Samuel Steene Marshall (b.1789 d.1861)
Jane Marshall (Mc Williams)(b.1790 d.1870)
Hugh Marshall (b.1793 d.1863)NM
John Marshall (b.1794)

Samuel died sometime between the 1820 and 1830 census in Newberry County, South Carolina.

The 1830 census revealed Mary was a widow and living with her son Joseph in Newberry County, South Carolina. Household members: Mary (70-79), Joseph (40-49), his wife (30-39), daughter (5-9) and 10 slaves.

The 1840 census revealed Mary was living with Joseph in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: Mary (80-89), Joseph (50-59), his wife (40-49), daughter (15-19) and 11 slaves.

"Greenwood County Sketches", p.317-318:

{{Through the first half of the 19th century two of the largest landowners along the upper waters of Hard Labor Creek were the brothers George and Samuel Marshall. Their homes were some six miles west of Greenwood in the section that became known as "Promised Land."

They were sons of Samuel and Mary Steen (or Stene) Marshall who came with eight children to Charleston from County Tyrone, Ireland in 1791 or 1792 (the date varies in family accounts).

The family who landed in Charleston settled first along Indian Creek in the northern part of Newberry County. Samuel and Mary Steen Marshall had two more children, a total of 10.}}

Mary lived to age 91.
 
 
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 Children:
  George Marshall (1779 - 1852)*
  Samuel Marshall (1789 - 1861)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
In memory of my dear mother who departed this life in the 92nd year of her age.
 
Burial:
Smyrna Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Promised Land
Greenwood County
South Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: Susan Pantelias
Originally Created by: jim ravencraft
Record added: May 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89528009
Mary <i>Steen</i> Marshall
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