|Birth: ||Mar. 17, 1832|
|Death: ||Jan. 27, 1891|
Military leader. Graduating from Jefferson College in Pennsylvania in 1856 he moved to Buchanan county, Iowa and practiced law at Independence,Iowa. He enlisted July 1, 1861 as 2nd Lieutenant in company E, 5th Iowa Infantry Volunteers and was mustered into United States service at Camp Warren, near Burlington, Iowa, on July 15, 1861.
He was promoted to regimental quartermaster, with the rank of 1st lieutenant on Febebruary 25, 1862. He was appointed and commissioned as Adjutant of the regiment on November 3, 1862. Promoted to Major April 25, 1863 he was captured with half of the Regiment little more then seven months later at the Battle of Mission Ridge, Tennessee on November 25, 1863. He was held as a prisoner of war at Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia and other southern prisons at Macon, Georgia, Charleston, South Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina. He escaped from the prison at Columbia November 28, 1864 and made it into union lines at Sweetwater, Tennessee on New Years Day 1865. He was mustered out of service and discharged on January 12, 1865 at Davenport, Iowa. After the war he practiced law in Chattanooga, Tennessee until his death there on January 27, 1891.
John S. Marshall (1794 - 1866)
Adaline Marshall Boggs (1829 - 1907)*
James Marshall (1830 - 1848)*
William Stanhope Marshall (1832 - 1891)
Austin Marshall (1838 - 1873)*
Leander J. Marshall (1846 - 1906)*
Chattanooga National Cemetery
Created by: John Franklin Horrighs
Record added: May 12, 2013
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