|Charlotte Ann Marshall-Kilvington (#47956634)|
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My maternal side of the family has been researched, traced back to England, and published. My paternal side has, to my knowledge, never been documented. As a matter of fact, we were always told the "records were lost". Since genealogy is apparently in my blood, I decided to embark on the journey to discover the true history of the family I really never knew too well. I am researching the following surnames in Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, and Tennessee...so far...: Marshall, Belt, Russell, Bolt, and Bell. I hope to preserve this heritage for my two wonderful children Michael James Wellman and Ariel Raquel Wellman.|
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|Kimlite||Celey Anna Marshall|
I noticed tonight that you visited Celey Anna Marshall 95586988 last November.
Would you happen to know anything about her? Everything I have is speculation.
I keep the cemetery records and I like to reseach everyone.
Any help is appreciated.
Added by Kimlite on Apr 13, 2014 10:09 PM
|susan watson may||Harlod C. Marshall|
Harold C. Marshall had one son with my grand mother, cora w. Bowen (her maiden name). She had three children with my grandfather Edward B. Dennies. Edward died in 1924. She met Mr. Marshall in Highland Falls N.Y. when he was stationed at West Point.
Mr. Marshall's son was Harold C. Marshall, Jr. He was a Navy officer and served his country well. Harold Jr. had a son with his wife
Joyce Wing, Harold C. Marshall, III, also known as Skippy. He was a Navy pilot. He died in a plane crash, leaving no children. He had one sister, Terri.
I would very much like to know more about the genealogy of my step grand father, Mr. Marshall. My mother Mary W. Dennies loved Harold Jr. very much and took him under her wing when they were growing up. I think the C. in Mr. Marshall's name is for
St. Clair. Also Mr. Marshall's great grand children would like to know about his genealogy. (Terri's children), especially Matthew Marsh and Paul Fredicks).
Thank you for taking the time to read this. I have some photos
of Mr. Marshall, Sr. and his son.
Sincerely, Susan D. May
|Sabrina Frelix Brown||Hannah Indiana Best Marshall|
Hannah Indiana Best Marshall was my maternal Great Grandmother. About two weeks ago, I attempted to send email to you, but no reply. Thanks.
Are you related to Austin & Nettie Marshall? His ancestors came from Hancock County, Oh. My husband is a descendant of both Marshalls and Nonnamakers, some of whom went to Nebraska from here (Hancock County).
Added by ceebee on Feb 21, 2014 6:55 PM
|bluejayln||Ralph O Marshall, Alfred Marshall|
I just posted a picture of Alfred and Gertrude Marshall.
|bluejayln||RE: Ralph O Marshall|
Isn't it fun trying to find out??? I love this stuff!!
|bluejayln||Ralph O Marshall|
Hi Charlotte, I noticed your message on Ralph's memorial. Are you related to him? My husband's family are related to him by marriage. Just curious.
|Robert Marshall||Marshall Surname|
My name is Robert C. Marshall of Austin, TX. I saw your name when I looked up my father's grave in Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. He was Clarence Marshall (Feb. 20, 1916 - April, 1979).
I was born in Denver in 1939 and raised there. My grandfather was Robert Charles Marshall who lived on South Jackson Street, just off South Colorado Boulevard. His history traced back to Robert Marshall (1763 - 1837) of King George County, Virginia, and he was a revolutionary war soldier. Some of the families that are important in the genealogy are: Ballenger, Ferguson, Markham, Mardis, Klette, etc.
I have been doing genealogy for about ten years. My Marshall name is not easy to trace, but I've done fairly well with it. I'm pretty confident about my background back to Robert (1763) and generations just preceding him. I was able to get it that far back only because of bits of personal information I obtained from my grandfather before he died in 1967, and annotated photos my grandmother left when she died in 1978. If you see anything that rings a bell, above, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Linda Morice||Charles Marshall|
Noticed your flower on his site. I have the original obit for him, from Montana newspaper, which I sent to the site. Happy to send the clipping to you if you are family.
|Tiffany Graham||Family history|
Thanks for the flowers, Pansy Marshall was my Grandmother and I noticed your message about researching family history - I have a family tree I put together on MYHeritage.com if you want to look at it - http://www.myheritage.com/site-30671611/graham
If you have any questions or have problems viewing it let me know - I hope this will help you find out if we have any family connections!
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