Dolly was born in Worcester Co., MD 1781. Dolly was the daughter of Charles Bishop and Zipporah Bishop. Dolly died 1842 in Worcester Co., MD, at 61 years of age. Dolly is buried at Whatcoat United Methodist Church Cemetery at Snow Hill. William Marshall is shown as Secretary of New Market Races in the August 10, 1802 "Maryland Herald & Eastern Shore Intelligencer." (F. Edward Wright, Maryland Eastern Shore Newspaper Abstracts)
William's wife, Dolly, is buried at Whatcoat United Methodist Cemetery, Snow Hill. (Lineage provided by Jim Marshall from Worcester research Liber MH#13, pp. 107-110, Bible of Esau Boston, Bishop-Marshall-Boston Bible, DAR Library, and Bible of John D. Marshall at Maryland Historical Society)
A William Marshall was a Private, Worcester Militia, Wicomico Battallion, Capt. Isaac Layfield's Co., 5th Class, July 15, 1780. Private, MD Troops, Worcester Co., draughted May 1, 1781. (Henry C. Peden, Jr., Revolutionary Patriots of Worcester & Somerset Cos. MD, Willow Bend, Westminster, MD, 1999, p. 188)
William Allen Marshall and Dolly Bishop had the following children:
+ 250 ii. John D. Marshall was born 1807.
+ 251 iii. Sarah Ann Marshall was born January 1, 1812.
+ 253 v. Margaret P. Marshall was born 1815.
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