items related to the Marshall Family in Surry County, NC
Surry County (N.C.)
people in front of Dick Marshall's house in White Plains: far right Mary Marshall (Dick Marshall's wife), standing in front of 3 poles on left - "Kit" Marshallpeople in front of Dick Marshall's house in White Plains: far right Mary Marshall (Dick Marshall's wife), standing in front of 3 poles on left - "Kit" Marshall
Garland Marshall, Sophronia Hutchens Marshall, Dick Marshall, Una Pressnel, Frank Marshall, Dora Brown, Anna Clement, Dayton Marshall,Left to right-front row-Garland Marshall, Sophronia Hutchens Marshall (postmaster and postmistress of White Plains) second row-Dick Marshall (postmaster of Westfield) and children: Una Pressnel (husband-Shube Pressnel), Frank Marshall (mail carrier), Dora Brown, Anna, Clement (husband-Orville Clement), Dayton Marshall (tobacconist and warehouseman, grandfather of warren Nichols and Ruth Richards), Garland Marshall was a brother of John Marion who married Christina Sparger Marshall
Dick Marshall, mail carrier, postmaster of Westfield in early 1900s, lived in White Plains.
Dick Marshall with his horse "Old Doc" delivering mail
Grace Marshall daughter of Dick Marshall in White Plains, NC
Eldridge Marshall oral history interview transcript from interview with Teresa Yeatts on August 22, 2001. The purpose of this oral history interview is to collect and preserve Eldridge Marshall's knowledge of the Flat Rock community and his life stories including his time spent in WWII. Also included are his father's, Ellis Leonard Marshall, WWI draft and discharge papers.
photograph of Lottie Marshall Robertson, 73, who was a minister at White Plains Friends Meeting for 40 years and a teacher before that. daughter of John Marion Marshall and Christina Sparger Marshall, born: 8-27-1867, died: 12-19-1955. She married Charles L. Robertson, a buggy manufacturer in 12-1890. Mrs. Lottie M. Robertson, Friends minister of White Plains, Surry Count and had been a leader in the religious and civic life of her community for the fast 50 years. She was Surry County's first woman minister, a school teacher at 18 and at 22 was was appointed postmistress at White Plains. She helped raise funds to establish the first graded school at White Plains and later helped secure a high school. She helped start Friends Meetings at Green Hill, Ararat and Pine Hill.
Memoir of Nancy Miller Marshall, detailing her involvement in the creation and promotion of what would become the American Cancer Society.
Funeral program for Stephanie Marshall White