Mrs. Mary J. Marshall

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 11, 1900, page 1
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Mrs. Marshall Dead.
Mother of Mrs. J. H. Vivion Passes Away.

Mrs. Mary J. Marshall died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vivion, in this city, last Saturday morning at 6:30 o’clock, her death being caused by pneumonia.  She had been sick only a few days.  Her malady early taking a serious turn, every aid of physicians and friends were directed to the end to accomplish her recovery, but without avail.

Mrs. Marshall was the mother of Mrs. Vivion and for a great part of her time for the last few years making her home here, had made many friends among those with whom she came in contact.  She was a lady of many fine traits of character and was a dutiful and devoted member of the Presbyterian church.

She was born in Green county, Ky., June 23, 1824, and was therefore in her 76th year.  She was married to Mr. Robert Marshall and with her husband, who was reared in the same county as herself, moved to Lebanon, Ky., in 1865.  Her husband preceded her in death about thirty years.  Of the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, only one, Mrs. Vivion, survives her mother.

The remains were carried to Lebanon, Ky., for interment.  Mrs. Vivion, her daughter, Mr. John Calhoun, Jr., and Master Rees and little Miss Charlotte, two of Mrs. Marshall’s grandchildren, accompanying.  The remains were buried by those of Mrs. Marshall’s husband.


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