Is this John Marshall the same John Marshall who had a will dated in 1809 probated in Woodford, CO, KY in 1810. Both have sons Humphrey.
JOHN MARSHALL, (6--5), of Burbon Co., Ky., second son of Capt. John and Elizabeth (Markham) Marshall, b. 1732, in Westmoreland Co., Va.; d. 1800, in Kentucky; was appointed an executor [p.357] of his father's will, but failed to qualify; m. Mary Quesenbury, dau. of Humphrey Quesenbury, and gr.-dau. of Humphrey and Elizabeth (Mothershead) Quesenbury, of King George Co., Va.
7--1.James, of Boon Co., Ky., m. --.
7--2.John, of Missouri, m. --.
7--3.Jane, of Paris, Ky., d. unm.
7--4.Nancy, of Paris, Ky., d. unm.
7--5.HUMPHREY, b. 1756; see later.
7--6.Mary, m. Thomas Whittington, probably of Wooford Co., Ky., and had issue; untraced.
7--7. Elizabeth, m. Samuel January, of East Maysville, Ky.; after his death his wid. resided at Cynthiana, Ky.; had issue; untraced.
HON. HUMPHREY MARSHALL, (7--5), of Frankford, Ky., b. 1756, in Virginia; d. July 1, 1841, in Kentucky; removed to Kentucky prior to 1783; Member of Convention at Danville, 1787, preliminary to the formation of State Constitution; also of Virginia Convention that ratified the Constitution of the U. S.; of State Legislature, 1793, for Woodford Co., and 1807-8-9, for Franklin Co.; and was one of the first U.S. Senators from Kentucky, 1795-1801. In 1812 he published the first history of Kentucky, and in 1824, he revised this work. He m. 1784, his cousin Mary Ann Marshall, b. 1758, in Virginia; d. 1827, in Kentucky, dau. of Col. Thomas and Mary Randolph (Keith) Marshall, of "Oak Hill."