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Elias Washington MARSHALL

Male 1854 - 1925


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  • Born  4 Mar 1854  Buchanan County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    _UID  204714DEA24FEC46A59269FC8B8CD2E3E411 
    Died  3 Apr 1925  Nortonville, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I30550  Marshall and Allied Families
    Last Modified  7 Feb 2012 

    Father  Thomas West MARSHALL,   b. 27 Nov 1823, Surry County, North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Feb 1896, Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Mary Ann MCVAY,   b. 6 May 1829, Wayne, Marion County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Sep 1879, Norton, Norton County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  26 Feb 1846 
    _UID  996625A0711CC54591F663D86105EFB82A44 
    Family ID  F6793  Group Sheet

    Family  Lucinda Delphine WHITE,   b. 19 Aug 1855, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Oct 1929, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  5 Jan 1876  Tippenville, Denison County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID  56B51F764249B243BE9C68D9F70E7B619C73 
    Children 
     1. Anna May MARSHALL,   b. 31 Jul 1877, Nortonville, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Feb 1965, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Margaret Elizabeth MARSHALL,   b. 4 Jun 1879, Nortonville, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Sarah Ellen MARSHALL,   b. 4 Jan 1881, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 1928, Hemet, Riverside County, California Find all individuals with events at this location
    >4. William Henry MARSHALL,   b. 29 Oct 1882, Nortonville, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 May 1970, Seattle, King County, Washington Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Ida Adele MARSHALL,   b. 9 Nov 1889, Nortonville, Jefferson County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jul 1972, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F10929  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • !A GEDCON file from Lynne Storm. (May 1999 - DWM)

      Census History
      1860 Crooked Creek, Jefferson, KA Film #1299 Vol 5 Page 29
      Marshall, Thomas 35 Farmer $1600RP $400PP B/North Carolina
      Mary Ann 30 B/Virginia
      Sarah 12 B/Missori
      Lucy J 8 B/Missori
      Elias 6 B/Missori
      Mary 4 B/Kansas
      Celia 2 B/Kansas
      Next property was the School House

      1870 Oskaloosa, Jefferson Township, Jefferson, KA Page 14
      Marshal, Thomas 46 Farmer $4000RP $1000 PP B/North Carolina
      Mary 42 Keeps House B/ Virginia
      Lucy J. 15 B/Missori
      Elias W. 15 B/Missori
      Mary E. 14 B/Kansas
      Celia W. 12 B/Kansas
      Franklin 7 B/Kansas
      Andrew J 5 B/Kansas
      Ida C. 2 B/Kansas
      Marshall, Francis 79 Living with son B/Virginia

      1880 Norton Township, Jefferson, KA Roll # Vol 8 E.D. 109 Sheet 21 Line 41
      Marshall, E. W. 26 March month of birth Farmer B/ MO FB/NC MB/Ind
      L. Delphine 24 August month of birth Keep H. B/MO FB/Penn
      Anna May 2 B/KA FB/MO MB/MO
      Margaret 11/12 B/KA FB/MO MB/MO

      1885 KA State Census Nortonville, Jefferson, KA (SLFHL)
      E.W. Marshall 30 Farmer B/Missori Came to Kansas from Missori
      L. D. Marshall 29 B/Missori "
      May Marshall 7 B/Kansas
      M. Marshall 5 B/Kansas
      E. Marshall 4 B/Kansas
      Wm Marshall 2 B/Kansas
      Jos. Harvey 30 Ag. Laborer B/K Came to Kansas from KY
      Elias W. Marshall owns 80 acres of land all under fence.
      Value $2500.00, $100.00 value implements and machinery
      $60.00 Wages paid in the year
      260 Rods are hedged
      100 rods Wire Fence
      45 Acres sown in Corn, 10 Acres sown in Oats, 1/2 acre sown in Irish (Potatoes)
      300 Bushels of Corn on hand 3/1/85, 60 Bushels of Wheat on hand,
      5 Acres Timothy (Grasses in cultivation under fence)
      3 Acres Praire
      3 Tons Praire cut in 1884
      100 pounds Butter made in family
      4 Hourses, 2 Milch cows, 1 cattle, 12 Swine, $200.00 Value animals slaught. or fattened for sl.
      25 apple trees, 10 peach trees not in bearing
      1 Dog

      1900 KA Census Jefferson Township, Jefferson Co., KA ( Archives San Bruno)
      Marshall, Elias W. Mar 1854 46 M 24yrs Born: Missori FB :North Carolina MB: Indiana
      Farmer, Can read and write, Owns Farm, Home mortgaged. Farm #110
      Lucie D. Aug 1855 44 M 24yrs Born: Missori FB: Penn MB: Ohio
      Mother of 6 children, 5 living
      Ella S. Jan 1881 19 S Born: Kansas FB: Missori MB: Missori
      William H. Nov 1882 17 S Born: Kansas FB: Missori MB: Missori
      Farm Labor, Can read and write
      Ida A. Nov 1889 nr S Born: Kansas FB: Missori MB: Missori

      The following is a rough draft of a letter written by Mary Marshall Hamilton,to Lynne Newhall Barclay.The date on the draft is Aug. 1982.
      We went to the Sloop reunion last weekend, and I made some discoveries that will interest you. We took the legal description of the farm to the courthouse at Oakley, and they had no trouble finding it. It is the farm that we were living on when Howard was born! So that explains why my mother and father moved to Oakley. Grandmother Marshall was there when Howard was born. Oh how I wish I had asked Mother.
      At the reunion were half a dozen people who remembered Mother. We had such a good time at the reunion picnic. I met a Ruth Keyes Clark (grand-daughter of John and Rosa Sloop) Ruth is into family history and in the Kansas Historical Society. She has been cataloging the cemeteries around Nortonville, Winchester, etc. She discovered that there were six Sloops buried in Nortonville Cemetery who were not in the mortuary record. I gave her Grandfather Marshall's name and date of death and she is going to try to find out where he is buried. She is the one who sent yu Homer's biography, Ascenith said you are to keep it. Cora Coppinger Charles daughter Mary Charlene lives in Berkeley.
      Max and Lou Osing visited us in July. We enjoyed them so much. Enclosed is the will copy.
      Sharon(Marshall) wrote me a lovely note about the first of July. That is all I have heard from Seattle since we left there. Bill( Marshall)said he would send me the tape of Howard's Memorial.
      ( I also asked Wilma (Moon) Sloop you corresponded with-Valley Falls I think. She is divorced from Le Roy Sloop)this sentence is not too clear.
      I suppose Carol is nearly settled by now. I hope the move was uneventful! I haven't heard from her and do not have address. Laguna Niguel (is) about 10 mi. from Steve's. See you and Don even briefly in Seattle.
      ON THE BACK OF THE PAPER-obviously a different letter to someone else.
      Our trip home was uneventful as we had done our sightseeing on the way out. We stayed in Goodland and were home around 1 Tuesday.
      We surely do thank you for a wonderful weekend. Everything about it was so pleasand-the trip to Nortonville, the picnic-even the weather was super. We enjoyed seeing Susan and Preben. (this is Ascenith and Keith Lewis's daughter and grandchild so maybe the letter was to Ascenith)
      I just finished writing Lynne about the reunion and Ruth Clark.
      I just discovered that Grandfather Marshall owned "Lot 15 Main Street in Williams addition to Nortonville". Cousin Maxine gave me a copy of his will, and I had forgotten that was in it. I'm so cross at me for not having that info with me!
      Thanks again for all you did for us. We hope we didn't wear you out.
      We'll look forward to seeing you Christmas time.
      Talked to Bon yesterday, she told me you are coming in Sept. We made a date for the 18th. (This may have been written to Ellen, Bonnie Hamilton's sister or to her mother. Just a guess)