George Marshall was administrator of Esme Marshall's estate. No other information has been found to confirm he was Esme's son. No other George's in this family can be identified as old enough or in Worchester County to have served in this capacity. It is believed that this George is the father of George Esme Marshall. No further information on George or George Esme Marshall has been found. William Allen and John Nairn, when naming children of Esme or Mary Nairn Marshall do not name a George. He may have been the son of Mary Brittingham.
Thomas Marshall was surety for George Marshall at Pitts Creek, Worcester County on the 1783 Tax List. (Maryland State Archives 1783 Tax List) A notation is shown on the 1783 tax list compiled by Ruth Dryden saying "young man Thomas Marshall Sec."
George Marshall submitted the final accounting of Esme's estate in 1788, Somerset Co., MD. (notes of Vernon L. Skinner)
A George Marshall served as Sergeant, Worcester Militia, Wicomico Battalion, under Capt. Isaac Layfield's Company, July 15, 1780. He took the Oath of Allegiance in Worcester County in 1778 before the Hon. James Selby. (Henry C. Peden, Jr., Revolutionary Patriots of Worcester & Somerset Counties, MD, Willow Bend, Westminster MD, 1999, p. 188)
George Marshall had the following child:
238 i. George Esme7 Marshall. He married Elizabeth Hayes in Worcester Co., MD, April 9, 1827. (Mary Beth & Vanessa Long, Worcester Co. Marriage Licenses 1795-1865, p. 65) The marriage record for George Esme and Elizabeth is in Worcester County. No other information has been located to prove him as the son of George Marshall or identify his descent from Esme Marshall except his middle name.
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