|Birth: ||Aug., 1877|
|Death: ||Feb. 24, 1933|
John Marston was the youngest child, and youngest son of Catherine Fallon Nolan Marston and Henry Frances Marston.
He was known to his family, friends, and townspeople as Jack.
Jack was a star football player on the Woodlandites when he was a student at the age of twenty-one. He was known for his firey-red hair on the football field. He was five foot eight inches tall, had light skin, and blue eyes.
Jack was enlisted in WWI as a private in the 72-Transportation Corp on May 4, 1918 and honorably discharged on July 11, 1919.
Jack worked in the respectable, trusted position as the Sacramento/Chico Railway Express Messanger for the Southern Pacific Railroad once he returned home from the First World War.
Jack never married, and does not have any children.
Henry Frances Marston (1828 - 1894)
Catherine Fallon Nolan Marston (1834 - 1903)
Sarah Jane Marston Armstrong (1846 - 1905)**
Orson Pratt Marston (1850 - 1897)**
Thomas Nolan (1856 - 1897)**
Timothy Nolan Hopkins (1859 - 1936)**
Mary E. Marston Fox (1861 - 1882)**
Margaret Nolan (1862 - 1862)**
Frances Marston Collins (1869 - 1907)*
Henry Frances Marston (1873 - 1919)*
Nellie Marston Nelk (1874 - 1897)*
John Joseph Marston (1877 - 1933)
Saint Josephs Cemetery
Plot: Marston (SP SA 12)
Created by: Karen&Poodle
Record added: Mar 16, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106795377