John Marshall and Barbara Taylor

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Parents     James Marshall and Hannah Younger       Barbara Taylor's parents not known

John Marshall (b 1715 Ulgham Northumberland, m Barbara Taylor 1745 Ulgham, d 1786 Ulgham)
Barbara Taylor (d 1759 Ulgham)
    John Marshall (b 1746 Ulgham, m Mary Dobson 1774 Ulgham, d 1814 Ulgham)
    Hannah Marshall (b 1747 Ulgham, d 1762 Ulgham)
    Francis Marshall (b 1750 Ulgham, m Jane Sym 1775 Widrington Northumberland, d 1793 Ulgham)
        Dorothy Marshall (b 1776 Ulgham, m Edward Stephenson 1799 Ulgham)
            Edward Stephenson (b 1806 Newcastle-on-Tyne, m Hannah Pitt, d aft 1860)
                Elizabeth Stephenson  (b  1838, m Joshua Turner 1862 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d 1899  Melbourne)
                      Mary Louisa Turner (b abt 1868 Newcastle-on-Tyne, m John  Thompson 1887 Newcastle-on-Tyne, d 1901 N Fitzroy Vic)
                           Norman Thompson (b 1888 Newcastle-on-Tyne,  m Winifred Emma Farr 1918 Northcote Vic, d 1932 Thornbury Vic)
    James Marshall (b 1753 Ulgham, d 1775 Ulgham)
    Barbara Marshall (b 1755 Ulgham, d 1780 Ulgham)
    Henry Marshall (b 1759 Ulgham)

John was paid 2d for two foulmarts (polecats) heads by the Chapel Wardens.
In 1750 John mended the chapel bell and was paid 2/6d. In 1757 he made "stanshells" for the west window of the chapel. In 1774 John was paid 1/-/8d for nails for repairs to the chapel roof.
John appeared in the 1762 Militia List. His occupation was listed as "Blacksmith".
(source Bruce Peckett)


This page is sourced from Bruce Peckett's webpage ( link no longer works ).
         Bruce is a professional Genealogist and it shows. He records sources like I wish I had. The whole site has lots of extra stuff to add to the bare bones here, and is certainly worth a visit

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