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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. John Marshall: Birth: 02 DEC 1817 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 19 SEP 1883 in Chicago, Illinois

  2. Deborah Marshall: Birth: 29 JUN 1819 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland.

  3. Sarah Marshall: Birth: 28 FEB 1821 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland.

  4. Matthew Marshall: Birth: 29 DEC 1822 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 1900 in Kangaroo Flats, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

  5. George Marshall: Birth: 22 FEB 1826 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 09 NOV 1902 in Vars, Ontario

  6. Joseph Marshall: Birth: 20 DEC 1826 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 27 APR 1886 in Smeaton, Victoria, Australia

  7. Andrew Marshall: Birth: 20 OCT 1828 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 09 APR 1892

  8. Henry C. Marshall: Birth: 16 AUG 1830 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 1906 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

  9. Anne Marshall: Birth: 03 MAY 1832 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 10 APR 1890 in Eaglehawk, Australia

  10. Richard Marshall: Birth: 16 APR 1834 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 17 JUN 1886 in Chicago, Illinois

  11. Jane Marshall: Birth: 26 DEC 1835 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 17 NOV 1906 in Eaglehawk, Australia

  12. Twin Marshall: Birth: 26 DEC 1835 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 26 DEC 1835

  13. Susannah Marshall: Birth: 30 MAR 1836 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 14 MAR 1917 in Australia

  14. Thomas James Marshall: Birth: 08 MAY 1839 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 09 NOV 1915 in Australia


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Marshall: Birth: 1813 in Old Leighlin, Carlow, Ireland. Death: 31 MAY 1873 in Chicago, Illinois

  2. Ellen Marshall: Birth: 1814 in Carlow, Ireland.

  3. Eliza Marshall: Birth: 1815 in County Carlow.


Notes
a. Note:   this farm was a stone quarry. Andrew prospered, and built a very largetwo-story stone house (still stood in 1963) in which he raised afamily of seventeen children. Land in those times was arranged on a lease basis, andbelonged to the tenant farmer as long as payments were made. When thepotato blight struck Europe and Ireland in 1844, famine resulted andthe tenant farmers could no longer make payments. Most lost theirholdings and emmigrated to the United States, Canada, and Australia.Of Andrew's seventeen children, four emmigrated to the United States,four to Australia, and one to Canada. Most of his sons worked on thelocks of the River Barrow by Leighlin Bridge. The family church St. Laserian's Cathedral in Old Leighlinhas an interesting history. It's roots can be traced back to the year600 as a monastic Celt settlement. In 859 and 916 the origianalcathedral was plundered by the Danes. It was totally destroyed in1060, and remained derelict for about a century. From 1152 to 1181 itwas rebuilt of stone by Donatees. It was restored in 1955.
Note:   In 1814 Andrew was given the family farm by his father. On


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