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Frank Marshall had cousins who went by the surname Antle, but nobody knew how they were related. Gr. Grandfather's sister Elizabeth Marshall had married Capt. John Antle of Brigus in midlife but had no children so there was no descendants that could be cousins of my grandfather. By writing a letter to the Evening Telegram, I was contacted by John Antle who told me that their family name was really Marshall. It turned out that Gr. Grandfather's brother, George Marshall had 5 sons, one of whom just happened to be baptized Edgar Antle Marshall. When George died at the young age of 35, his surviving children were placed in the orphanage,|
where one or two of them died, but Edgar Antle Marshall was adopted by his aunt Elizabeth (Marshall) Antle and her husband, and the Marshall surname was dropped. My contact, John Antle, had always known that he was related to our family, but sadly our family had lost the connection..
I found Jill Marshall's address in my most recent ANCESTOR
733 Sammon Ave., Toronto, Ont. (416-425-7293)
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