|Birth: ||Apr. 28, 1844|
|Death: ||Jul. 8, 1919|
Wife: Lovisa J. Darling
Everett Daily Herald
Civil War Veteran John Buford Post Everett, Washington
The funeral of Marshall J. Darling, who died at 9:30 the morning of July 8, 1919, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Grace M.E. church on Summit Ave. Rev. Jorgenson will preach the funeral sermon.
Marshall J. Darling was born at Groton, VT. April 28,1844. He was a member of the G.A.R. having served in the Civil war as a member of the 3rd Vt. Cavalry. He had been a resident of Everett for 27 years, and was engaged in the contracting and building business. He erected the first shingle mill ever built in Everett. He leaves a widow, Louisa Darling, at 2814 Harrison Ave. to mourn his loss. A sister, Lodema Morenton and a brother, Aaron Darling of Logan, Utah, also survive him.
Mr. And Mrs. Darling were married Sept. 27, 1866, and celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in Everett nearly four years ago. Mr. Darling leaves a large circle of friends in Everett won by many years of active business life in the community and by sterling qualities as a man and as a boy.
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American Civil War Soldier
Name: Marshall J Darling
Residence: Groton, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 13 August 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Unit Numbers: 3018 3018
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 13 August 1862.
Enlisted in Company D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 26 September 1862.
Received a disability discharge Company D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 16 March 1863.
Widow: Lovisa J. Darling
State Filed: Washington
Invalid filed: 1864 Jun 19
Widow filed: 1919 July 19
Plot: Block 30, Lot 91
Created by: C&P * LaPlante Files
Record added: Mar 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13640396