MARSHALL ANNEX

 

Edward F. Marshall Pedigree

(Start at generation 1, below.)

 

WORKING DRAFT

Last Change: 26 November 2014

 

Marshall, Edward F. 1947, Aug & Ruth C. (Fuller) (5h) 1 #.jpg

 

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Origin of the surname “Marshall:”

 

 

Generation

 

3  

 

2   (?) Marshall

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

2.  Wife:

 

3.  Children:

 

a. Edward F. Marshall: See generation 1, below.

 

1   Edward “Ed” F. Marshall:

 

A. Biographical notes:

 

Born .  Died 3 February 1949, age 61, at Orlando, Florida from a heart attack.  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 run down 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’s suddenly died soon after retirement.

 

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 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.

 

Ruth married Edward F. Marshall of Carthage, Jefferson County, New York on 3 July 1910 at Carthage.

 

C. Child:

 

1. Elva Marshall: Died at birth.

 

 

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