The Marshall Family

John Hannington Marshall

Birth: 30 December 1915, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, England

Father: Thomas M. Marshall

Mother: Maria Gibson (Kilroy) Marshall

Occupation: Insurance Agent

Death: 11 September 1938, in Winnpeg, Manitoba, Canada, aged 22
Winnipeg Tribune 12 September 1938 p10
     JOHN H. MARSHALL
  John Hannington (Jack) Marshall, 22, son of Rev. Thomas Marshall and Mrs. Marshall, 238 Alsine st., Sturgeon Creek, died suddenly Sunday. The Clark-Leatherdale Funeral home has charge of the arrangements.
  Born at Weston, when his father was rector of St. Thomas' Anglican church there, Mr. Marshall had lived his entire life in Greater Winnipeg. He attended Bannatyne school, St. James collegiate and St. John's college. A keen sportsman, he had been a member of the junior hockey team of University of Manitoba. He was an insurance agent.
  Besides his father, who is rector of St Andrew's Anglican church, Sturgeon Creek, and his mother, he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Basil Mainman, Winnipeg, and a brother, at home.

Burial: 14 September 1938, in Assiniboine Memorial Park cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Winnipeg Tribune 13 September 1938 p18
MARSHALL, JOHN HANNINGTON
  (Jack)—At Winnipeg on Sept. 11, 1938, John Hannington (Jack) Marshall, aged 22 years, beloved son of Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Marshall, 238 Aldine Street, Sturgeon Creek. The funeral wil take place Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from St. Matthew's Church to Assiniboine Memorial Park cemetery. No flowers by request.

Winnipeg Tribune 15 September 1938 p2
      JOHN MARSHALL
  A large gathering of personal friends attended funeral services Wednesday for John H. Marshall, 22, son of Rev. Thomas Marshall and Mrs. Marshall, of 238 Aldione st., Sturgeon Creek.
  Services were taken in St. Matthew's Anglican church by Canon Barfoot, of St. John's cathedral; Dr. F. W. Glover, of St. Margaret's church, and Canon Henry D. Marshall, of St. George's church. Burial was in Assiniboine Memorial Park cemetery.
  Pallbearers were Andy Bieber, Aubrey Holmes, Gregor McDonald, Alex Stewart, Gordon Churchill and Carl Schultz.
  The Clark-Leatherdale funeral service was in charge.

Census & Addresses:
1916: 1458 Ross Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Mary Eileen (Marshall) Mainman

Mary Eileen "Molly" Marshall
Mary Eileen Marshall
Birth: 13 October 1914, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, England

Father: Thomas M. Marshall

Mother: Maria Gibson (Kilroy) Marshall

Married: Basil Mainman on 27 June 1936 in St. Andrew's Anglican church, Sturgeon Creek, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 6 June 1936 p13
MISS MARY EILEEN MARSHALL
  Rev. T. Marshall and Mrs. Marshall, of Sturgeon Creek, announce the engagement of their only daughter, Mary Eileen (Molly), to Mr. Basil Mainman, second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Mainman. The wedding will take place June 27.

The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 30 June 1936 p7
Bride's Father Reads Service at Mainman-Marshall Wedding
Event Takes Place In St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Sturgeon Creek
  St. Andrew's Anglican church, Sturgeon Creek, was the scene of a wedding Saturday, June 27, when Miss Mary Eileen (Molly) Marshall became the bride of Mr. Basil Mainman. Clusters of white and pink peonies with palms and ferns adorned the altar and chancel steps. Pews reserved for the guests were marked with large white tulle bows centred with colonial bouquets of pansies and forget-me-nots. The ceremony, which was conducted by the Rev. T. Marshall, father of the bride, was prefaced with Beethoven's Ave Maria and Wagner's Song of Ruth, Mr. Marwood Brown presiding at the organ.
  The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Mr. John H. Marshall, chose a gown of blush pink Chantilly lace on moulded lines. The full bodice was gathered to a plain circular neckline, buttoned at the back with tiny pearls. The front of the skirt was plain; the back fullness was arranged from the waist and fell into a short train. The narrow belt was finished at the back with tiny pearls. The gown was topped with a matching jacket, the soft rolled collar caught at the neckline with a small bow and falling into a point at the back, the long fitted sleeves finished with points over her hands. She wore a halo cap of the lace, secured at the back with forget-me-nots. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and a lily of the valley.
  Her only attendant was Miss Mae Overall, who wore a gown of dolce blue sandisheer crepe, gored skirt flared below the knees and attached to a fitted bodice topped with an elbow length cape. Her hat was a model of deeper toned felt banded with dolce blue velvet. Her bouquet was pink roses.
  Mr. Gordon Churchill was groomsman and Mr. Desmond Cox was the usher.
  Mrs. Marshall, mother of the bride, chose a cream chiffon gown printed in yellow and brown and a hat in matching tones. Her corsage was of Talisman roses.
  Mrs. Mainman, mother of the bridegroom, wore a white chiffon gown printed in blue and a white picture hat with corsage of pink roses.
  Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, 238 Aldine street.
  Mr. and Mrs. Mainman left by motor for a three weeks' trip through the central states, after which they will reside at 949 Ashburn street. For travelling, the bride wore a navy blue suit of treebark crepe with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses.

Basil was born in 1908 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire (West Riding), the son of Percy Duncan Mainman and Ethel Louisa Dunn. Basil died in 1984 and is buried in Union cemetery, Calgary, Alberta.
Census:
1911: Knaresborough, Yorkshire (West Riding)
1916: 349 Brooklyn Street, St James, Manitoba
1936: 949 Ashburn Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba   (The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 30 June 1936 p7)

Gravestone of Basil Mainman and Molly (Marshall) Mainman
Gravestone of Basil Mainman and Mary Eileen "Molly" (Marshall) Mainman in Union cemetery, Calgary, Alberta
photo by "No Worries" posted at findagrave.com
Death: 22 July 2000, at Rockyview Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, aged 85
Winnipeg Free Press 26 July 2000
MARY EILEEN MAINMAN Mrs. Mary Eileen "Molly" of Calgary died at the Rockyview Hospital on July 22, 2000 at the age of 85 years. Funeral Services will be held at Christ Church Elbow Park (3620-8 Street S.W., Calgary, AB) on Wednesday, July 26 at 2:00 p.m. Graveside Services to follow at Union Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to the Primates World Relief and Development Fund (600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 2J6) or to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation (1825 Park Road SE, Calgary, AB T2G 3Y6). Arrangements in care of LEYDENS FUNERAL HOME, (403)-228-4422.

Burial: in Union cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Census & Addresses:
1916: 1458 Ross Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
1936: 949 Ashburn Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba   (The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 30 June 1936 p7)

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Thomas M. Marshall

Thomas Marshall
Thomas Marshall
Rector of St Andrew's Anglican church at Sturgeon Creek, since May, 1917, Rev. Thomas Marshall died Sunday in his sleep at his residence, 238 Aldine st., St. James.
Birth: 12 August 1875, in Nottingham, England

Married: Maria Gibson Kilroy on 30 September 1913 in St. Matthew's church, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The Winnipeg Tribune 1 October 1913 p7
    MARSHALL—KILROY
  A pretty wedding took place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon in St. Matthew's church, when Miss Myra Kilroy was joined in holy matrimony to Rev. T. Marshall, rector of St. Thomas church. Rev. R. D. McEtheran officiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother, wore a gown of white crepe de chine with a Limerick lace veil and carried a shower bouquet of lilies; Miss Sybil Mastell was bridesmaid, and was gowned in pale pink charmeuse. Rev. Mr. Morris, rector of St. Alban's, acted as best man.
  After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of Rev. R. D. McElheran, 158 Maryland street.

Children: Occupation: Clergyman. Thomas was rector of St. Thomas church, Winnipeg.

Death: 21 May 1944, at 238 Aldine Street, St James, Manitoba, Canada, aged 68
The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 22 May 1944 p4
T. Marshall, Sturgeon Creek Rector, Dies
  Rev. Thomas Marshall, 69, for more than 25 years rector of St. Andrew's Anglican Church at Sturgeon Creek, died Sunday at his residence, 238 Aldine st., St James.
  Mr. Marshall was born at Nottingham, England, in 1875 and was a lay reader at Christ church, Beckenham, Kent, before coming to Canada in 1908.
  He attended St John's college in Winnipeg and in 1911 was ordained as deacon. A year later he was ordained as priest, and became rector of St. Thomas' church in Weston the same year. In 1917 he was made rector of St. Andrew's Anglican church in Sturgeon Creek whre he has served since. He also had charge of St. Mary's Anglican church in Charleswood, Man.
  His first interest was in the social welfare work in his own community, but he was also a regular visitor at the Winnipeg T. B. clinic and made a yearly visit to the inmates at the Ninette sanatorium. He was an enthusiastic curler and golfer.
  In 1913, he married Myra Kilroy of Winnipeg. Surviving besides his widow are a daughter, Mrs. Basil Mainman, Winnipeg; a son Hedley, serving with the R.C.N.V.R.; a brother, Hedley, in Montreal; four brothers and one sister in England, and two grandsons. One son, John H., died in 1938.
  Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. in St Matthew's Anglican church with burial in Assiniboine Memorial Park cemetery. Dr. F. Glover will officiate, assisted by Canon F. W. Goodeve and Archdeacon D. T. Parker. Clark-Leatherdale's funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

Burial: 21 May 1944, in Assiniboine Memorial Park cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Census & Addresses:
1916: 1458 Ross Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
1936: 238 Aldine Street, St James, Manitoba   (The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 30 June 1936 p7)
1944: 238 Aldine Street, St James, Manitoba   (The Winnipeg Evening Tribune 22 May 1944 p4)

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