Elizabeth Wilson and William Marshall

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Elizabeth WILSON bapt. 30/08/1840 to David WILSON and Jane DUNCAN in Abercorn, West Lothian, Scotland.1 Eliza MARSHALL, nee WILSON died 24/12/1923 in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.2 Eliza WILSON married William MARSHALL 00/00/1860 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.3 William MARSHALL born abt. 1829.4 William MARSHALL died 31/12/1916 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.5


Children
1. Lilias Duncan MARSHALL born 01/02/1861 to William MARSHALL and Eliza WILSON in East Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.6 Lillias Duncan MARSHALL married Charles Pine BENNETT 22/09/1880 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.7 Lillias Duncan BENNETT, nee MARSHALL, died 09/11/1934, West Preston, Victoria, Australia.8 Charles Pine BENNETT born 06/09/1852 to Henry BENNETT and Rebecca GOULDING in Port Natal, South Africa.9 Charles Pine BENNETT died 20/01/1901 in Cape Town, South Africa.(BENNETT. On the 20th January. 1901, at Cape Town, South. Africa, Charles Pine Bennett).10

2. David Wylie MARSHALL born 00/00/1863 to William MARSHALL and Elizabeth WILSON in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.11 David Winning MARSHALL died 00/00/1864, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.12

3. James Morison MARSHALL born 19/11/1864 to William MARSHALL and Eliza WILSON in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.13 James Morrison MARSHALL married Annie HYSLOP 30/12/1892 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.14 James Morrison MARSHALL died 31/10/1945, Norwood, South Australia, Australia.15 Annie HYSLOP born 1866, the daughter of William HYSLOP and Isabella MCCLEOD.16 Annie MARSHALL, nee HYSLOP, died 19/04/1922 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.17
  • 1. GROS OPR Births & Baptisms 661/00 0050 0090 Abercorn
  • 2. VIC BDM Death Registration 1923/16024
  • 3. VIC BDM Marriage Registration 1860/3851
  • 4. Birth date calculated from age stated at death
  • 5. VIC BDM Death Registration 1917/1496
  • 6. VIC BDM Birth Registration 1861/2099
  • 7. VIC BDM Marriage Registration 1880/3145
  • 8. VIC BDM Death Registration 1934/9972
  • 9. Milne Kerridge NZ Family Tree: Ancestry; http://person.ancestrylibrary.com/tree/26745909/person/26453117316/facts
  • 10. "Family Notices" The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924) 6 March 1901: 2. Web. 11 Mar 2016; http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article207031512.
  • 11. VIC BDM Birth Registration 1863/326
  • 12. VIC BDM Death Registration 1864/95
  • 13. VIC BDM Birth Registration 1865/278
  • 14. VIC BDM Marriage Registration 1892/7186
  • 15. SA BDM Death Registration 1945/694/5220
  • 16. [Annie Marshall's Death Registration]
  • 17. VIC BDM Death Registration 1922/3785
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Death of William Marshall

MARSHALL. -On the 31st December, 1916, at Geelong, William Marshall, late of Ballarat, in his 88th year; a colonist of 64 years.1

Ballarat Resident's Tragic Death.

Advice was received by the Ballarat City Police yesterday that what is believed to be the body of William Marshall had been found floating in the water near the Western Beach at Geelong. The deceased, who was 87 years, was a well-known Ballarat resident and is the father of Mr J. Marshall, watchmaker, of Sturt street, who has been requested to proceed to Geelong to identify the remains. Evidence of identification of the corpse was gained from a card which was in the coat pocket of deceased, which was addressed to him by a relative. No particulars have yet been gleaned by the police as to how the deceased came to be in the water.2

When swimming horses on the western beach, Geelong, on Sunday morning, Thomas Peterson, of O'Connell street, Geelong West, found the body of a man, floating in the water. He brought the body to the shore, and informed Constable O'Gorman, who removed it to the morgue. There was nothing in the pockets to show who the man was. He was about 70 years of age. A new year's card, with the words, "From 450 Rathdown street, Carlton," was found on the body. The police then made inquiries, and it is believed that the man's name was William Marshall, who resided with his wife and daughters at Perth, Ozone avenue, Aspendale. As portion of "The Argus" of Saturday was found in the coat pocket, it is believed that the man was only a few hours in the water.3