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PostSubject: Capt. George Marshall   Fri Sep 24, 2010 7:42 pm

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Father Murray Marshall b. 31 Oct 1823, d. 15 Jan 1870

Mother Eliza Gibbs b. 18 Oct 1827, d. 20 Aug 1910

Capt. George Marshall. Born 31 Mar 1850. Died 19 Feb 1921.

Birth George was born at Godalming, Surrey, on 31 March 1850. He was the son of Murray Marshall and Eliza Gibbs. Baptism Capt. George Marshall was baptized on 23 April 1850 at St Peter & St Paul, Godalming, Surrey.
(Son) Census 1851 He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1851 census at Godalming, Surrey.
(Son) Census 1861 He was listed as the son of Murray Marshall in the 1861 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey. Timber Merchant ... 800 acres, 30 men and 10 boys.
Schoolatte George was listed on the roll as a student at Rugby School, Rugby, Warwickshire, in 1866. The entry for George in the Rugby School Register 1858-1891 (Revised) reads as follows: Marshall, George son of Murray Marshall Esq., Godalming, Surrey. Aged 15, March 31. Left 1866 Hutchinson. Sometime in business at Godalming. Middlesex Yeomanry. Served in Zulu War, 1879, in command of Marshall's Horse. Medal & Clasp. After Boer War settled in Natal till 1900. Of Broadwater,

1871 He was listed as the son of Eliza Marshall in the 1871 census at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey.

Note Served in the Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry: appointed as a Cornet 26 April 1873; promoted 1 June 1873 to Lieutentant; and on the 3 October 1877 to Captain.7,8
Note He should not be confused with the George Marshall who held similar rank and served in the Langeberg Campaign. During the Anglo-Boer War that George Marshall commanded the First City which, later during the war, became known as Marshall's Horse.

Marriage He married Sarah Eleanor Pepworth at Pietermaritzburg on 4 July 1883.

Residence Capt. George Marshall lived in 1885 at The Dargle, Natal, South Africa; Farmer.

Marr Reg: The marriage of Capt. George Marshall and Edith Jane Hull was registered during the quarter ending June 1896 in the Marylebone, London registration district.1

His was Land Agent and Valuer in 1901.

Census 1901 He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census at 27 Hans Rd, Kensington, London.
Note Farncombe manor was bought by Mrs. Sarah Marshall, and belonged, in 1911, to Mr. George Marshall, her grandson.

Census 1911
He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 6 Seymour St, Portland Square, London. Residence Capt. George Marshall lived on 8 November 1912 at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London. Will He made a will at Broadwater, Godalming, Surrey, on 8 November 1912.

Telephone His telephone number was Mayfair 3332 in 1916 at 6 Seymour St, Portman Square, London.

George died on 19 February 1921 at The Bridge, Godalming, Surrey, at age 70.
Burial His body was interred on 23 February 1921 at Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey.

He was the subject of an obituary in the Surrey Advertiser. on 26 February 1921 at Godalming, Surrey.

Probate His estate was probated on 12 August 1921; probate granted to Mary Olive Zambra of Midstead, Southampton in the County of Hants (wife of Nelson Zambra) formerly Marshall, spinster daughter of deceased and Howard Murray Marshall of The Bridge, Godalming aforesaid Captain HM Army son of decease, the surviving Executors named in the said Will. Effects: £2,848/6/7, re-sworn £4,678/13/6.
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PostSubject: Re: Capt. George Marshall   Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:17 pm

Very nice find Dave, well done Idea
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