About a year and a half after the death of his first wife, he was married
to a young widow, the relict of a Dr. Dill of Philadelphia, and the stepdaughter
of the Rev. William Marshall, of the Associate Church. The
difference of age between him and his second wife was not less than five and
forty years. By this marriage he had two daughters, one of whom died in
infancy, and the other was married to the Rev. James S. Woods, a Presbyterian
minister of Pennsylvania, and is
note: not sure who this next sentence is however it is a tie from Cross Creek back to Phily and Marshalls
Early in the year 1803 he was sent to Philadelphia, to supply the congregation left vacant by the death of Rev. William Marshall,
the one in JusticeJohn line is <<REV. WILLIAM MARSHALL (1735-1809)
1 Rev. William Marshall was born about 1740 in Fifeshire. He was minis
ter of the Associate Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia. He died Novem
ber 17, 1802. — ED. Rev. William Marshall (1740-1802), preacher at the Philadelphia Associate Presbyterian Church
Rev. William Marshall, pastor of the thriving Philadelphia congregation, was on hand to help acclimate the Youngs to their new culture.
TO REV. WILLIAM MARSHALL« (D. s. w.)
London, Feb. 14, 1773.
REV" SER: — I duly received your respected Letter of
Oct. 30, and am very sensible of the Propriety and Equity
of the Act passed to indulge your Friends in their Scruples,
relating to the Mode of Taking an Oath, which you plead
for so ably by numerous Reasons. That Act, with others
has now been sometime laid before his Majesty in Council.
I have not yet heard of any Objection to it; but if such
should arise, I shall do my utmost to remove them, and
obtain the Royal Assent. Believe me, Reverend Sir, to have
the warmest Wishes for the Increase of Religious as well as
Civil Liberty thro'out the World ; and that I am, with great
Regard, your most obedient humble Servant,
The Scots' Presbyterian Church was under the pastorship
of the Rev. William Marshall at the outbreak
of the Revolution, and he continued in that charge
during the contest. He preached until the British
army entered Philadelphia, when, in consequence of http://books.google.com/books?id=8EsOAAAAIAAJ&pg=RA11-PA1274&lpg=RA11-PA1274&dq=%22rev+william+marshall%22&source=web&ots=qfcta9-MXm&sig=7RxgenQoOFRiS_3mDGtgPeTYphA#PRA11-PA1274,M1
Aug. 25, 1784, by the
Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania, that said congregation
may assemble in said church for worship
forever, and use the said burying-ground for interring
Among the members of the congregation who went
with Mr. Marshall were William Young, bookseller,
of Rockland, in Brandywine ; Robert Aitken, who
printed the first English Bible in this country ; John Purdon, merchant, father of John, author of " Pur- don's Digest;" Frazier Kinley; John McCulloch, printer; John McAllister, whip, cene, and spectacle- maker; and James McConchy, storekeeper. Mr. Marshall's salary was small, and not sufficient for bis support. While in Philadelphia he married Mre. Marshall, widow of a Capt. Marshall. She had been keeping a boarding-house, and after her marriage with Rev. Mr. Marshall she continued in the same occupation, by means of which herself and husband were made comfortable. Among her boarders were members of the Convention to frame
At New Kent County, (Vir.) Feb. 27, Mr. Michael Sherman, aged 97
years and 4 days, to the amiable and accomplished Miss Eliza Poindexter,
In this City, on March 29th by the Rev. William Marshall, Mr. Robert
Craig, merchant, of Great Britain, to Miss Agnes Young, daughter
of William Young, wholesale stationer, of this city.
JSTOR: The Presbyterian Churches of Old Philadelphia
When the Rev. William Marshall came from Bucks County to serve as pastor, he preached in both churches. At one time the arrangement provided for morning ... links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0065-9746(1953)2%3A43%3A1%3C217%3ATPCOOP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-1 - Similar pages
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Elizabeth Worsham, born ca 1677 in Henrico Co., Virginia. She married twice. She married first to Thomas Ligon on 02 Feb 1696/97 in Varina, Henrico Co., Virginia. Thomas was born ca 1677, the son of William Ligon and Mary Tanner. Their children were: Phoebe, Elizabeth, Thomas, and Mary Ligon. Elizabeth married second to Alexander Marshall. Alexander was born ca 1677. He was Sheriff in 1737. Elizabeth died in February 1743/44, and Alexander died on 03 May 1743. Children:
Francis Ligon, Alexander, William, Francis, Elizabeth, and John Marshall..
Captain Wm Ligon Jr died by 1764 and his widow married Alexander Marshall.
Alexander Marshall (Henrico Co., Va.); and Todd and Marshall (Va.) families.
Offers data on Stephen Bedford (d. 1758; Cumberland Co., Va.). Mem. ...
http://books.google.com/books?id=eCMaAAAAIAAJ&q=%22alexander+marshall%22&dq=%22alexander+marshall%22 Square-riggers on Schedule: The New York Sailing Packets to England, France, and the Cotton Ports - Page 271
by Robert Greenhalgh Albion - 1938 - 371 pages
A month later, the Isaac Webb left for Havre and early in August the Alexander
Marshall sailed for London. Two of the others sailed for Liverpool. ...