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William and Hannah (Fish) Marshall Bible Record

 

This Bible is stored at the Saratoga County Historian's Office. It was published in 1859 at Philadelphia by Jesper Harding and Son. (Title page image.)

 

Births
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Born, Marion Melissa Gray

Dec. 20, 1912

Died, " " "

Dec. 21, 1912

William Marshall

was Born April 5th 1796

Hannah Marshall

was Born Sept. 4th, 1795

William M. Marshall

was Born July 31st, 1820

Betsey A. Marshall

was Born March 1, 1824

Johnathan W. Marshall

was Born Feb. 26 1826

John H. Marshall

was Born April 5th 1828

Violotta A. Marshall

was Born Feb. 16, 1830

Edgar A. Marshall

was Born Feb. 26, 1837

Hannah A. Marshall

was Born Jan 2th, 1845

George H. Petteys

was Born Sept. 2th, 1847

Julia A. Petteys

was Born May 10th, 1849

Samuel G. Marshall

was Born Sept. 18th, 1850

Charles H. Snedeker

was Born Nov. 14th, 1851

George F. Marshall

was Born April 11th, 1852

James W. Marshall

was Born Jan. 7th, 1855

Charles W. Marshall

was Born Jan. 27th, 1857

Charles E. Marshall

was Born March 26th, 1857

Addy

was Born April 18, 1861

Mamie A. Marshal

was Born June 6th, 1869

 

Additional Births Page 1

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Addie E. Marshall

Was Born April 18, 1861

Mamie Marshall

Was Born June 6th, 1869

Edith M. Lord

Was Born April 17th, 1890

Ruth M. Lockhart

Born Jan. 29, 1896

James E. Lord

Born Aug. 21, 1892

Marshall B. Lord

July 23, 1895

 

Additional Births Page 2

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Arthur E. Gray

was born March 5, 1888

Charlotte C. Gray

was born Dec. 12, 1911

 

Marriages

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William Marshall was Married to

Hannah Fish June 16th 1818

 

William M. Marshall was Married to

Harriet N. Stanton March 3d 1843

 

Eli Petteys was Married to

Betsey A. Marshall Oct. 11th 1846

 

Alfred Snediker was Married to

Violota A. Marshall Dec. 19, 1830

 

Johnathan W. Marshall was Married to

Hellen A. Phiney Dec. 27 1855

 

Edgar A. Marshall was Married to

Melisa J. Baldwin Feb. 22, 1856

 

Additional Marriages page

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Addie Eliza Marshall was Married to

Edward K. Lockhart, July 2, 1890

 

Mary Agusta Marshall was Married to

Charles Edward Lord, March 1888

 

Edith Melissa Lord was Married to

Arthur Elroy Gray, Jan. 28, 1911

 

Deaths

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Edgar A. Marshall

died Nov. 15, 1912

Melissa Jane Marshall

died May 22, 1903

Charles E. Marshall

Died July 21, 1859

Helen Marshall

Died August 1854

Charles Marshall

Died August 1859

Samuel G. Marshall

Died May 11th 1876

John H. Marshall

Died April 14th 1845

Melissa J. Marshall

Died May 22, 1903

Hannah Marshall

Died Dec. 26, 1872

William Marshall

Died May 8th, 1879

George H. Petteys

Died Jan. 28th, 1848

Betsey H. Petteys

Died April 1877

Charles H. Snedeker

Died April 8th 1852

Amelia Marshall

Born November 1777

Amelia Marshall

Died January 1, 1863

 

CLIPPINGS

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1. OBITUARY (Monday Aug 29 1904) - PARKS. Violetta A. Marshall, widow of the late S. A. Parks, whose death occurred Saturday evening was born in Chester in the year 1830. She married Alfred Snedeker December 19 1850. After a few years spent in Troy Mr. and Mrs. Snedeker moved to Glens Falls, where Mr. Snedeker died in 1871. In 1885 Mrs. Snedeker married Solomon A. Parks, who died April 26, 1900. Since his death Mrs. Parks has lived at the home of her son, William S. Snedeker, 2 Madison street. Her death occurred there on Saturday evening, August 27. For nearly five years she had been an invalid, suffering from a complication of illnesses, but on February 18 the last sickness began and for all these months she had patiently suffered and looked forward to the time of her release. These figures give but the bare details of a long, a conscientiously useful and devoted life. She was one of those rare spirits to whom it was pleasant duty to do with the might what the land found to do. She did not spare herself in her devotion to her home life or to the many outside interests that engaged her attention. Her love for the Baptist church of our village was strong and showed itself in a steady service of forty years' devotion to all its work. She was interested in the moral welfare of young men and was a supporter of the work of the Young Men's Christian Association. The turning of men to God from evil ways always touched a responsive chord of gratitude in her heart. She loved to be doing good. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, but most deeply by those who have watched her uncomplaining endurance of great pain and her bright, cheerful acceptance of her lot. She is at rest in the Lord, whose she was and whom she served. Mrs. Parks is survived by a son William S. Snedeker, and a daughter Mrs. Lynn D. Champlain. The funeral services will be held on Tuesday, August 30, at 3 p.m., at No. 2 Madison streeet.

 

2. (undated) WILL BE WEDDED TO-MORROW. Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of E. K. Lockhart and Miss Adda Marshall, both of this village. The event will take place at four o'clock to-morrow afternoon at the home of the bride, 13 Delaware street. Rev. Dr. Brown, of the Methodist Episcopal church, will officiate.

 

3. (undated) MARION M. GRAY Marion M., the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Gray of Hudson Falls, died Saturday. Mrs. Gray was before her marriage Edith M. Lockhart of this city. Interment was made in the Bay Street cemetery.

 

4. (Jan. 28, 1911) GRAY - LORD Miss Edith M. Lord, neice of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Lockhart of Glens Falls, and Arthur E. Gray of Hudson Falls, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon by the Rev. H. W. Sherwood. The attendants were Miss Ida R. Gray and Frank M. Knapp. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Gray will reside in Hudson Falls.

 

5. (undated) OBITUARY - MARSHALL. Mrs. Melissa Jane Marshal, aged sixty-eight years, died this morning at 4:45 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. K. Lockhart, 6 Williams street. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mamie Lord and Mrs. Lockhart; two sisters, Mrs. Harriet Moore of Glens Falls and Mrs. Warren Allen of Warrensburg, and one brother, Carleton M. Baldwin, also of this place. The funeral will be held from the house Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

 

6. (Sep. 30 1905) A DOUBLE WEDDING - REV. C. O. JUDKINS UNITES TWO COUPLES IN MATRIMONY. Guy C. Rivers and Mary A. Lord, both of this village, were united in marriage Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Rivers on West street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles O. Judkins. Immediately following this event, Mr. Judkins united Orville J. Cluett and Miss Eva Rivers.

 

7. (undated) OBITUARY - MRS. MELISSA JANE MARSHALL. Mrs. Melissa Jane Marshall, aged sixty-eight years, died yesterday morning at 4:45 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. K. Lockhart, 6 William street. She is survivied by two daughters, Mrs. Mamie Lord and Mrs. Lockhart; two sisters, Mrs. Harriet Moore of Glens Falls, and Mrs. Warren Allen, of Warrensburg, and one brother, Carleton M. Baldwin, also of Glens Falls. The funeral will be held from the house Friday afteroon at two o'clock.

 

8. (Jan. 31, 1910) OBITUARY - JAMES E. LORD. The funeral of James E. Lord, who died yesterday in Saratoga Spa will be be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at his home, 12 Lafayette street and the body will be brought to Glens Falls for burial, the funeral party coming to this city on the 2:30 o'clock train. The deceased is survived by his mother, Mrs. Guy Rivers; a sister, Mrs. Edith Lord, and a brother Marshall Lord. The deceased is a nephew of Mrs. E. K. Lockhart of this city.

 


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