He married twice. He married Mary Michael about 1721. Mary was born 1703. Mary was the daughter of Yardley Michael and Ann(widow of Michael & White). Mary died about 1737 in Northampton Co., VA. He married Mary Stringer in Northampton Co., VA, 1742. Mary was born about 1706. Mary was the daughter of Jacob Stringer and Elishe Harmanson. (See Tilney Family Journal and Northampton Marshalls at Ghote)
John was a domestic partner of Mary Nottingham in Northampton Co., VA, 1738. John Marshall admitted in court June 13, 1738 to being the father of Elisheba, born to Mary Nottingham. (Northampton Orders 1732-1742, p. 322, copied by Jim Marshall)
He made a will in Northampton Co., VA, February 19, 1744. Probate January 8, 1750. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., VA p. 331) John left in his will To my beloved wife Mary the use of n. woman Lucy, n. boys Mark and Esau and n. girl Sulher during her life, and n. man Luke, and one large oval table formerly hers. But if my wife should marry and have issue then the ns. to return to her issue after her death. But if my wife dies without lawful issue then above ns. to my son John. To my son Thomas my 250A plantation, n. man Abel, n. woman Jane, n. girl Phyllis, n. boy tony and n. woman Bridget. To my son John n. man Imanuell, n. woman Jude and her child, n. boys Sub, Peter and George, and girl Tamar. To my dau. Elizabeth Kerby n. women Rachel and Betty. Resid. legatees wife and my three children Thomas, Elizabeth and John. My brother Thomas and my friend Mr. Littleton Eyre to act as trustees. Son Thomas extr. Witt: Thomas Marshall, Levi Moor, Ann Nottingham. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., VA p. 331)
John did not name his son, Isaac; however, John's son Thomas named his brother Isaac in his 1753 will. Thomas did not name his brother, John; however, he did name slaves Sub and Tamar (who were given to John), giving them to his daughter, Sarah. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Admin. NH Co., p. 354)
John Marshall(Jr.) and Mary Michael had the following children:
+ 29 i. Thomas5 Marshall.
+ 30 ii. Elizabeth Marshall.
31 iii. John Marshall. John died before October 20, 1753 in Northampton Co., VA. John was named in his father's will, written in 1744. His father left his slaves Imanuell, Jude, Peter, Sub, George and Tamar. When John's brother, Thomas, wrote his will in 1753, Thomas did not name John, but did name brother Isaac and the children of sister Elizabeth Kerby. Thomas bequeathed slaves, Sub, George and Tamar to his daughter, Sarah. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., p. 331, 354)
John Marshall(Jr.) and Mary Nottingham had the following child:
John Marshall(Jr.) and Mary Stringer had the following child:
33 v. Isaac Marshall was born in Northampton Co., VA 1750. He was listed as a ward in Northampton Co., VA, 1750. He was listed as a ward in Northampton Co., VA, 1764. Isaac was born after his father wrote his will. He was under age in 1753 and his brother, Thomas, was his guardian after his father's death. In 1764, Isaac, age 14, named George Dashiell his guardian. (Houston & Mihalyka, Colonial Residents, p. 67) Isaac was named in the will of his brother, Thomas in 1753. George & Rose Dashiell lived in Coventry Parish, Somerset County, and Worcester Co. MD. No further information on Isaac has been found.
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