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LTC Thomas C. Marshall, Jr
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Birth: Jan. 17, 1826
Death: Nov. 10, 1864

Of Oak Hill in Fauquier County. The grandson of the great Chief Justice. Lieutenant Colonel Marshall of the Seventh Virginia Cavalry served as an aid to Stonewall Jackson at Manassas in 1861 as a Captain. Appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the 7th Virginia Cavalry in October of 1862. He had six horses shot out from under him during the war. He fought at Trevilian Station, and was wounded twice, at Ream's Station and Petersburg. He was killed at Nineveh in November of 1864.

He was a grand Christian cavalier. He was seen kneeling on the roadside for his morning prayer in the presence of the whole brigade. He must have heard the sneers and profane jests. A few days later going into a fight he led the charge and stayed among the enemy until they were forced to retreat. From that time on when he knelt down to pray no one made a noise. Godless men removed their hats. He had a premonition of his death in battle. He had never made his will, but on that sad morning he did, telling his servant to take his horses home. 
Family links: 
  Thomas Marshall (1781 - 1835)
  Margaret Wardrop Lewis Marshall (1792 - 1829)
  John Marshall (1811 - 1854)*
  Agnes Harwood Marshall Taliaferro (1813 - ____)*
  Mary Marshall Archer (1816 - 1878)*
  Fielding Lewis Marshall (1819 - 1902)*
  Ann Lewis Marshall Jones (1821 - 1880)*
  Margaret Lewis Marshall Smith (1823 - 1907)*
  Thomas C. Marshall (1826 - 1864)
*Calculated relationship
Stonewall Confederate Cemetery
Winchester City
Virginia, USA
Created by: George Seitz
Record added: Sep 07, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6761715
LTC Thomas C. Marshall, Jr
Added by: George Seitz
LTC Thomas C. Marshall, Jr
Added by: George Seitz
LTC Thomas C. Marshall, Jr
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- Eddie Inman
 Added: Jul. 14, 2016
You sacrificed yourself for York family, your country and your Soldiers while leading them in a great and terrible assault. No man can give greater service that you did. I admire and respect you. You are not forgotten.
- LTC Dan Williamson
 Added: May. 30, 2016
LTC Thomas C. Marshall, Jr. and I are distant blood cousins. On this Memorial Day, I submit a Moment of Silence and a Salute to him.
- Wayne Russell McClanahan
 Added: May. 30, 2016
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