MARSHALL ANNEX

 

Edward Franklin Marshall Pedigree

(Start at generation 1, below.)

 

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Last Change: 24 October 2018

 

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Origin of the surname “Marshall:”

 

 

Generation

 

3  

 

2   George H. Marshall

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born Canada (also seen: b. Carthage, Wilna Twp, Jefferson Co., NY).  Employed as a farmer.

 

2. Wife: Julia E. Delancett

 

Born Canada (also seen: b. NYS).

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. George Marshall, Jr.

 

b. Edward Franklin Marshall: See generation 1, below.

 

c. Laura etta Marshall: Born 20 April 1887 in McLean & Ridout Township, Muskoka County, Ontario, Canada.

 

d. James Marshall: Born 10 December 1890 on Monck Road, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada.

 

e. Mary Marshall: Born 18 March 1893 in Bracebridge Township, Muskoka County, Ontario, Canada.

 

f. Ida Jane Marshall: Born 15 Janaury 1895 in Bracebridge Township, Muskoka County, Ontario, Canada.

 

1   Edward “Ed” Franklin Marshall:

 

A. Biographical notes:

 

Born 1 October 1885 at McLean & Ridout Township, Victoria County, Ontario, Canada.  Died 3 February 1949, age 61, at Orlando, Florida from a heart attack.  Immigrated to the US on 1 April 1898 at Niagara Falls, New York; became a naturalized citizen of the US on 24 November 1923 at the Supreme Court, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, with Lewis C. Burdick as a witness.  Close friend and business associate of Lewis Carlisle Burdick, husband of Anna Arvilla (Drake) Burdick.

 

Worked his way up at the St Regis Paper Company’s mill at Deferiet, New York from Machine Tender to Plant Superintendant, then as General Manager of St Regis operations in northern New York State from 1944 until his retirement in July 1948.  In that capacity Ed and his wife, Ruth, and their close friend, Lewis Burdick, and Ruth’s companion and assistant, Anna A. Drake (who married Lewis in 1957), resided in the relatively large and prominent house at the junction of Route 3 and Mill Street in Deferiet.

 

The Marshalls also had a 3-bedroom, 2-story vacation/weekend cottage on Lake Ontario (Point Salubrious near Chaumont, Jefferson County, New York).  The cottage was across the road from the lake shore.

 

Before retirement Edward and Lewis Burdick purchased, as an investment, a rundown farm located about 6 miles outside Watertown Center on Massey Street Road near Sulphur Springs.  Before and after their respective retirements from the St Regis Paper Company, Edward and Lewis invested in and built up this farm.  Lewis continued that effort by himself when Ed suddenly died, soon after retirement.

 

1910 US Census: Edward Marshall, age 24 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS) and employed as a backtender in a paper mill, resided in the household headed by Locklin Frazier, age 23 (b. English-speaking Canada; parents b. English-speaking Canada) and employed as a box maker, in Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included Edward's wife of less than 1 year, Ruth Marshall, age 20 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS), who had had no children; and Locklin's wife of 2 years, Stella Frazier, age 20 (b. English-speaking Canada; parents b. English-speaking Canada), who had had no children.

 

1920 US Census: Edward F. Marshall, age 34 (b. Canada; parents b. Canada) and employed as a paper maker in a paper mill, was heading a household in Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York.  He immigrated to the US in 1900 and became a naturalized citizen in 1918.  The household also included his wife, Ruth C. Marshall, age 30 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS).

 

1930 US Census: Edward Marshall, age 43 (b. English-speaking Canada; father b. English-speaking Canada; mother b. NYS) and employed as foreman in a paper mill, was heading a household at 39 Anderson Avenue in the Village of Deferiet, Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York.  He had completed 3 years of high school, immigrated to the US in 1896 (subsequently naturalized), and he married 1st at age 23.  The household also included his wife, Ruth C. Marshall, age 36 (b. NYS; father b. OH; mother b. NYS), who married 1st at age 17; and boarder, Louis J. Burdick, age 36 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS), divorced, and employed as a paper maker in a paper mill, who married 1st at age 20.

 

1940 US Census: Edward Marshall, age 54 (b. English-speaking Canada) and employed as Resident Manager of a paper mill, was heading a household at 2 Wilna Avenue in the Village of Deferiet, Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York.  He had completed 8th grade.  The household also included his wife, Ruth Marshall, age 46 (b. NYS), who had completed 2 years of high school; lodger, Lewis Burdick, age 47 (b. NYS), single, and employed as Superintendant of the Ground Wood Department of a paper mill, who had completed 1 year of college; and Anna Drake, age 21 (b. NYS), single, and employed as a servant in a private home, who had completed 4 years of high school.  All but Anna resided in the same township on 1 April 1935; Anna Drake resided at Evans Mills, LeRay Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

B. Wife: Ruth C. Fuller (photos)

 

Born 10 May 1890 at Philadelphia, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 30 April 1957, age 66, at home at 1202 Academy Street, Watertown, New York, where she resided following Edward’s death; interred Black River Cemetery, Black River, Jefferson County, New York.  Daughter of Frank O. and Gertrude (Robinson) Fuller of Philadelphia, New York, who also had the following children: (order uncertain)

 

·       Harriet Fuller: Married (?) Oakes and resided at Watertown, New York.

·       Mildred G. Fuller: Married James A. Marshall and resided at North Syracuse, New York.

·       Florence E. Fuller: Married William H. Keene and resided at Point Salubrious, Jefferson County, New York.

·       Claude E. Fuller: Resided at Watertown, New York.

·       John I. Fuller: Resided at Brewster, New York.

 

At age 21, when employed as a waitress and a resident of Carthage, Ruth married Edward F. Marshall, age 23 and employed as a papermaker, of Carthage, Wilna Township, Jefferson County, New York on 3 July 1910 (license issued 2 Jul 1910) at Carthage.

 

C. Child:

 

1. Elva Marshall: Died at birth.

 

 

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