John E. Marshall
John E. Marshall, aged 81, died suddenly at his home, 505 North Chestnut Street, at 5:15 Thursday, May 5th. Mr. Marshall was stricken while listening to the radio and died before a doctor could arrive.
Deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Marshall, born February 2, 1868. He married Miss Della Aven in 1891. Most of his life he had engaged in farming, retiring about 17 years ago. He was born in Collin County.
Surviving besides his wife are four daughters, Mrs. Me Cave of McKinney, Mrs. Letha Corne, of Wisconsin, Mrs. Fay Carroll of Grand Prairie and Mrs. Mozelle Samples of Dallas; Six sons, C. L. Marshall of Muskogee, Okla., Ernest of Dallas, Bud of Texarkana, Ben of Missouri, Ennis of McKinney and John of Frisco; two sisters, Mrs. Liza Ginn of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Mary Knox of Denison; two brothers, Cal Marshall, Sherman, and Jake Marshall of Arizona; 22 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in Crouch-Moore Funeral Home chapel with Rev. Earl J. Rogers, pastor of the Full Gospel Church, of which Mr. Marshall attended, officiating. Interment in the McLarry Cemetery.
John W. Marshall
Passes Away In
John William Marshall, garageman of Frisco, died Saturday in Wysong Hospital. Funeral services were 2:30 p.m. Monday in the first Baptist Church, Frisco with burial in Rowlett Cemetery, Staley Funeral Home directing.
He was born June 17, 1903 in Collin County,the son of John Edwin and Deller Even Marshall. He married Mary Ann ---trell in 1924 and was a member of the First Baptist Church in Frisco.
Surviving are his wife, son, J. W., Jr., Frisco; daughter Mrs. Nancy Bledsoe, Frisco; four brothers, Charles of Oklahoma; Ennis of McKinney, Ernest of Dallas; Ben of Princeton; three sisters, Mrs. Fay Carroll, Mrs. Letha Corns, Grand Prairie; Mrs. Mozell Tipton, Mesquite and six grandchildren.