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Marshall, Lee

Lee Marshall Merchant Marines WWII
Lee Marshall Merchant Marines WWII

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Date of Birth: 8/30/1908
Died On: 3/1/1986 Last Residence: 10580 Rye, Westchester, New York
Street Address: 80 Fairway Avenue
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: Merchant Marines-WWII

Veteran Code: MM-13

BIOGRAPHY Extended Information
Lee Marshall was born in New York in 1908. In Rye his family lived at 80 Fairway Avenue. Lee enlisted and served in the Merchant Marines during World War II.

Announce Troth of Marion Mitchell To Lee M, Marshall of New York City Mr and Mrs Ardo W. Mitchell, 1718 Twenty-first street, Rock Is land, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their elder daughter, Miss Marion Gardiner Mitchell, to Mr Lee M. Marshall, son of Mr and Mrs L. M. Marshall of New York City. The wedding will be solemnized In the fall. Miss Mitchell attended the Villa de Chantal in Rock Island, Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Conn., and was graduated in 1934 from Bryn Mawr college in Bryn Mawr, Pa. For the past year she has been associated with Mrs Madeline Murphy Snyder in the Party Shop in Sak's on Fifth avenue. New York. Mr Marshall attended the Law- renceville Preparatory school la Lawrencevllle, N. J., and is a graduate of Brown university In Providence, R. I. He is connected with the Continental Baking Co. in New York, of which his father is president and chairman of the board of directors. Miss Mitchell and her fiance will arrive this evening from the east, Mr Marshall continuing on a business trip to San Francisco, Calif., tomorrow

Marion Mitchell Marshall Marion Mitchell Marshall, 77, Rye, N.Y., formerly of Rock Island, died Wednesday at home. Memorial Services are 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church, Rye, where she was a member. The body was cremated. Burial is in the Columbarium of the church. Graham Funeral Home, Rye, is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to the church or United Hospital,, Port Chester, N.Y. Marion Mitchell was born May 29, 1912, in Rock Island. She married the late Lee M. Marshall Nov. 2, 1935, in Davenport. She was a member of Apawamis Club, Rye; Coral Beach Club, Bermuda; a former member of Manurs-ing Island Club and Shenerock Shore Club, both of Rye; and a member of the Altar Guild of the church. She was a twig for United Hospital. She served in the civil defense in World War II. She graduated in 1929 from Rose Mary Hall, a private school in Greenwich, Conn.; and in 1933 from Bryn Mawr, Pa., College, with a BA degree. She enjoyed swimming. Survivors include a daughter, Ann Spencer-Arscott, Bermuda; a son, Lee Jr., Rye; three grandchildren; and a sister, Eleanor VanVlaano-eren, Palm Beach, Fla. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/73542182/the-dispatch/

Lee M Marshall a former executive of the Continental Bakina Co in Rye died Tuesday at his Rye home He was 77 "' Before bis retirement in' 4961 Mr Manhall was the vice president of advertising and marketing for the company which moved from Rye to St Louis last year after it was purchased by Ralston-Purina: - ' Active in the Rye United Way Mr Marshall was a former head of its commercial division and aereed on its board of directors He was a former member of the board of directors of the Mental Health Asmv elation of Westchester County and a former trustee of the Rye YMCA He was born Aug SO 1908 in is City Ma to M Lee and Anna McCluer Marshall He was raised in Kansas City and Chicago -The family moved to New York City when he was a teen-ager A graduate of the Lawrenceville (NJ) School Mr Marshall graduated ip 1931 from Brown Universi--tyin Providence ILL �He was quite a football player" said his wife of 50 years Marion She said that in his sophomore year-on the Brown football team he set a school' record for the longest 'interception return 'a record that' stood until 1984 MrT Marshall remained 'aoot-ball fan and had New York Giants season tickets since 1938 When the football season began it was a way of life for him his wife said "I eventually got used to it" she said During Wqrid War IL Mr Marshall was in the US Maritime Service helping transport troops across the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea Mr Marshall was a member of 'Christ Church in Rye-He wu a member of the Apawamis Club and the Manor-sing Island Club both in Rye a former member of the She-norock Shore Club also in Rye a member of the Brpwn University clubs of New YotV and Westchester 'and the Coral Beach and Tennis Club of Bermuda In addition to his wife Mr Mar shall is survived by one son Lee Jr of Rye one daughter Am Spencer-Arscott of Paget Bermuda and three grandchildren
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