174. Isaac5 Marshall (Capt.) (Elizabeth4 Purnell, John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) birth date unknown. Isaac died March 4, 1797 in Worcester Co., MD. Date of death written in family Bible by John Marshall and noted "my brother."

He married twice. He married Unknown Prideaux (Mrs. Isaac Marshall). Unknown was the daughter of Thomas Prideaux and Elizabeth Fassitt. Unknown died before August 7, 1792 in Worcester Co., MD. (Ruth Dryden, Will Book JWB, p. 8) Her father named his grandchildren: Elizabeth, Thomas and John Marshall, in his 1789 will. (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Will Book JWB f.91-93)

He married Sarah Purnell. Sarah was born in Worcester Co., MD about 1768. (notes of Suzanne B. Hurley, Ocean City Lifesaving Museum) Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Purnell(of Sinepuxent) and Comfort Purnell.

Sarah died 1803 in Worcester Co., MD. She made a will in Worcester Co., MD, December 20, 1802. Sarah's will was probated in Worcester Co., MD, February 18, 1803. (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Will Book JBR, p. 2) Sarah was the 2nd wife of Isaac Marshall. Sarah named her brother, Zadock, and left him one-half of tract "Cow Quarter," as devised by her deceased father, Thomas Purnell. She named niece Elizabeth Purnell and left to her the other half of "Cow Quarter." She named nephews Walton, William and Thomas Purnell, niece Sarah Maria Purnell; sisters Elizabeth, Hetty and Zipporah Purnell and brother John Purnell. She named Thomas Prideaux Marshall and left him a woman called Rachel devised by her deceased husband, Isaac Marshall; and named John Purnell Marshall and Elizabeth Purnell Prideaux Marshall. Witnesses: Jacob Teague, George Brattan, Lemuel P. Spence. (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Will Book JBR p. 2)

He made a will in Worcester Co., MD, February 13, 1797. Isaac's will was probated in Worcester Co., MD, March 24, 1797. (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Will Book JWB f.293-4, p. 30) Isaac was in Worcester Co. MD in 1790 (census). He had two females under 16 and 10 slaves. (1790 census; Jim Marshall) In his will, he named his wife, Sarah, and left her half his lands and named her executor. He named his father, John Marshall. After his father's death, the plantation devised him by his uncle, Isaac Marshall, was to go to his brother, William Purnell Marshall. Isaac named his brother, John P. Marshall, and his children. Witnesses: James B. Robins, Edward Henry and Zadock Marshall (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Will Book JWB, p. 30)

Isaac Marshall(Capt.) and Unknown Prideaux(Mrs. Isaac Marshall) had the following children:

child + 406 i. John Purnell6 Marshall (Dr.).

child 407 ii. Elizabeth Purnell Prideaux Marshall. She married Stephen Purnell in Worcester Co., MD, November 14, 1818. (Mary Beth & Vanessa Long, Worcester Co. Marriage Licenses 1795-1865, p. 46) Stephen was the son of Walton Purnell and Catharine Murray.

Stephen died 1837 in Worcester Co., MD. He made a will in Worcester Co., MD, February 5, 1835. (Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Co. MD Wills LPS, p. 13)

Stephen's will was probated in Worcester Co., MD, June 9, 1837. Stephen named a John S. Purnell and his three sons: John, Jenkins and James; he named niece Adeline Purnell (daughter of his brother Isaac) and a Lovey Tindle and Levenia Pendelton, daughter of Edward B. Pendelton (this would be the daughter of Stephen's niece Levenia, daughter of Isaac Purnell).

child + 408 iii. Thomas Prideaux Marshall was born about 1777.

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