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Marshall, George H., c.1835-1919


Biographical Note

George H. Marshall of Company K, 113th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was born in Pennsylvania, c.1835. The son of Sarah Marshall, he lived in Chester County before enlisting as a private in Company K of the 113th on February 23, 1864. He was promoted to full artificer on September 3, 1865. After the mustering out of his regiment at Fort Monroe, Marshall returned to Chester County, Pennsylvania, where he recommenced working as a carpenter. Survived by his wife, Ruth, Marshall died on March 19, 1919, and is buried in the Romansville, Pennsylvania Friends Burial Ground.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Diary, George H. Marshall, 1864-1865 (Ms2008-001)

 Digital Record
Identifier: Ms2008-001_MarshallGeorgeH_Diary

George H. Marshall Diary

Identifier: Ms-2008-001

The collection contains the American Civil War diary of George H. Marshall, a soldier in Company K, 3rdth Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery.

Dates: 1864 - 1865

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Digital Record 1
Collection 1