George H MARSHALL was born April 1883 in Pennsylvania, USA. He married Mary L BOOTH aft. 1917. He died UNKNOWN. Mary L BOOTH was born abt. 1888 in Washington DC, USA. She died UNKNOWN.

Children of George H MARSHALL and Mary L BOOTH are:
1. Irene J MARSHALL, b. 27 July 1919

Marriage Notes for George H MARSHALL\Mary L BOOTH:

I'm guessing they maried after Mary's first husband, Norman Knibbs died. According to a newspaper article from 1917, she was still using the surname Knibbs.

Other Marriages/Unions for Mary L BOOTH:
See Norman Leonard KNIBBS & Mary L BOOTH

Notes for George H MARSHALL:

George's parents were living at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania in 1880:
John Marshall Head Mar 36 Fireman England
Liza Marshall Wife Mar 26 England
Gertrude Marshall Daur 5 At School Pennsylvania
Lillian Marshall Daur 1 Pennsylvania

We first see George in 1900, living at Patterson, Patterson County, New Jersey:
John G Marshall Head Mar 48 Engineer England
Eliza Marshall Wife Mar 46 England
Lillian Marshall Daur UnM 21 Dry Goods Saleswoman Pennsylvania
George H Marshall Son 176 UnM Labourer in Stable Pennsylvania

In 1905, we see George again, still with his parents,living at Reaney Street, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey:
John G Marshall Head Mar 62 Engineer England
Eliza Marshall Wife Mar 51 England
George H Marshall Son UnM 22 Coachman Pennsylvania

In 1910, his parents were living at Florence Precinct, San Antonio, Los Angeles:
John G Marshall Head Mar 67 Engineer Deparetment Store England
Eliza Marshall Wife Mar 56 (3 Chidren) England

We see George and Mary on 1920, living at San Antonio, Los Angeles:
George Marshall Head Mar 36 Live Stock Buyer Pennsylvania
Mary L Marshall Wife Mar 31 Washington
Irene J Marshall Daur 6 months California

Sources for George H MARSHALL:

  1. 1930 US Federal Census,
  2. Newspaper Article,
  3. 1905 New Jersey State Census,
  4. 1920 US Federal Census,

Notes for Mary L BOOTH:

Mary, aged about 24 at the judging of the Monrovia May Queen contest on 2 May, 1912. (click to enlarge)

From the Los Angeles Herald, 2 May 1912:
MONROVIA, May 2. - Florence Kelly is still ahead in the voting for carnival queen. She has 1235 votes. Miss Rita Shobe is second with 1143, Mary L. Knibbs third with 577. Helen Davis fourth with 362 and Zella Vining fifth with 273. The balloting closes Tuesday. The result will be announced that evening.


From the Santa Ana Register, Saturday, September 16th, 1913:
Again Arrested.
Charles Free is getting lined up for a continuous court performance. While out on bail awaiting trial on a peace disturbance charge he is alleged to have mixed things again with George H. Marshall, garage owner of San Juan Capistrano, where Free is a blacksmith. Yesterday Mrs. Mary Knibbs, with whom Free is supposed to be infatuated, swore to a complaint against Free, charging disturbance. Free gave $2.7 bail and his trial is set for Oct. 9.


From the Santa Ana Register, Saturday, September 8th, 1917:
Mary L. Knibbs, interested in Marshall's Garage at San Juan Capistrano, had sworn to a complaint charging A. L. Simpson with giving her a worthless check for $22.34 in payment for garage supplies. The check was on a Los Angeles bank.

Sources for Mary L BOOTH:

  1. Marriage Record,

Notes for Irene J MARSHALL:

The birth register confirms her mother's maiden name was Booth.

In 1930, we see Irene living at Florence Precinct, San Antonio with her uncle and aunt:
Harry M Inglis Head Mar 57 Machinist New Jersey
Lillian V Inglis Wife Mar 51 Pennsylvania
Irene J Marshall Neice 10 California

Lilian Inglis was Irene's dad's sister.