Person:Samuel Marshall (2)

Capt. Samuel Marshall
b.est 1627
m. est 1625
  1. Capt. Samuel Marshallest 1627 - 1675
  • HCapt. Samuel Marshallest 1627 - 1675
  • WMary Wiltonest 1632 - 1683
m. 6 May 1652
  1. Samuel Marshall1653 - 1727
  2. Lydia Marshall1655/6 - 1732
  3. Thomas Marshall1659 - bef 1663
  4. David Marshall1661 - abt 1694
  5. Deacon Thomas Marshall1663/64 - 1735
  6. Mary Marshall1667 -
  7. Eliakim Marshall1669 -
  8. John Marshall1672 - abt 1699
  9. Elizabeth Marshall1674 -
Facts and Events
Name Capt. Samuel Marshall
Gender Male
Birth[1] est 1627
Marriage 6 May 1652 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Mary Wilton
Death[2][3][4] 19 Dec 1675 South Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island, United Statesin the Great Swamp Fight at Fort Narragansett, in King Philip's War
References
  1. Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 5:44.

    'SAMUEL MARSHALL [son of Thomas Marshall], b. say 1627; ...'

  2. Coddington, John Insley. Wilton and Marshall Families of Windsor, Conn., and Northampton, Mass. The American Genealogist. (1962), 38:10.

    'As Captain, Marshall participated in the bitter winter campaign against the confederated Indians led by the celebrated chief "King Philip" [Metacomet]. ... The English met the Indians in the famous Great Swamp Fight, in what is now the township of South Kingston, R.I., on 19 Dec. 1675, and there Samuel Marshall was killed, ...'

  3. Welles, Edwin Stanley. Births, marriages and deaths returned from Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield: and entered in the early land records of the colony of Connecticut. (Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1898), page 28.

    '[th]e parsons that dyed in [th]e war againest [th]e Indans . Samuell marshall . edward chapman . ebnezr deble nathanell pond Richard saxston .desembr [th]e . 19 . 1675 --'

  4. Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Windsor Vital Records:188 (typescript).

    'Marshall, ... Samuell,*d.Dec.19,1675 *("In King Philip's War he was actively engaged appointed Oct.14,1675, Ensign in Maj.Treat's Army and was one of five Conn.Capts.who led the colony's forces to the attack on the Narragansett fort Dec.19,1675 where he fell at the head of his troops")'

  5.   Coddington, John Insley. Wilton and Marshall Families of Windsor, Conn., and Northampton, Mass. The American Genealogist. (1962), 38:8.

    'Mary Wilton, only known child of Lieutenant David and Katharine Wilton, ... married at Windsor, 6 May 1652, Samuel Marshall, son of Thomas Marshall of Boston.'

  6.   Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 5:45.

    'Given this association with Wheelwright and Hutchinson, we note the possibility that this immigrant [Thomas Marshall] also came from Alford, Lincolnshire. In the parish register for Alford, there is a baptism for a Samuel Marshall, son of Thomas, on 7 May 1630, which could be for the son of this immigrant [Alford PR 39]. There are many more records for Thomas Marshall in Alford which do not connect with Thomas Marshall of Boston.'

  7.   David Wilton, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:2021.

    'MARY, b. say 1632; m. Windsor 6 May 1652 Samuel Marshall [CTVR 41; TAG 38:8-12].'