The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, October 6, 1932
Page 1
          Operations at the  E. O. Marshall saw mill, half a mile east of Mt. Auburn, have been speeded up within the last two weeks to the point that ten men are now being given steady employment at the mill.
          An order for lumber for a large barn to be built on a Johnson county farm, south of Franklin, in addition to custom work, is keeping the mill busy at the present time, and there are prospects that its activity will continue at a steady pace throughout the winter.
          Mr. Marshall has a large truck for log hauling, and his mill is equipped to take care of a variety of orders.
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The  Kokomo  Tribune
August 7, 1930
Page 7
          Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Marshall  and daughter  Beulah  of Shelbyville are visiting  Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin

The  Shelbyville  Republican
October 27, 1917
Page 1
          George J. Kehrt  has been appointed administrator of the estate of  Rebecca Marshall, consisting of real estate valued at $1,500 and $100 personal property.  He filed a bond of $200.
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The  Indianapolis  Star
July 8, 1915
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          SHELBYVILLE -- Charles Marshall's  automobile skidded and collided with a telephone pole, throwing him against the steering wheel and causing severe cuts and bruises on his face and chest.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Wednesday, June 12, 1912
Page 1
          Before finishing their special session at the county auditor's office Tuesday evening the board of commissioners filed their finding in the hearing of the remonstrances to the Hardy Fox ditch petition.  Several changes of importance were made in regard to the assessments for the cost of the work, but in a number of instances they were allowed to stand as originally fixed by the viewers.  Most of the remonstrators alleged that their assessments were greatly in excess of the benefits they would derive from the improvement.
          The ditch is to be located in Liberty township three miles north of Waldron.  In the original estimate it was figured that labor and material would cost $529.14 and the other expenses were estimated at $56.60.  In connection with the adjustment of the matter, E. W. McDaniel was allowed $40 by the commissioners for serving as the attorney in the case.  The demonstrators will pay their own attorneys.
          The table showing the original and present assessments in the case follows, the original assessment being given in the first column and that fixed by the commissioners in the second:
John Midkiff $ 16.50 $ 30.00
Florence Midkiff     75.90     80.40
Hardy C. Fox     33.00     33.00
Ethel Fox     42.90     27.90
May Fox     23.10     10.00
John Gaheimer   132.00   140.00
Michael Gaheimer   122.10   140.00
Henry Coers     74.20     74.20
Henry Briggeman   121.00   130.00
John R. Marshall     14.30     14.30
Fred Coers     36.30     36.30
Belle McCain     39.65     15.00
McCain & Haymond             21.15     15.00
Liberty Tp.     44.00     44.00
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The  Shelby  Republican
Friday, July 29, 1898
         A company composed of six men has been formed at Blue Ridge for the purpose of drilling a gas well on the farm of  Newt Marshall.  The well will be commenced in a few days.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Volunteer
Thursday, December 25, 1862
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Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Administrator of the estate of  Henry Marshall, late of Shelby county, Indiana, deceased.  Said estate is supposed to be solvent. --- December 24th, 1862.
DAVID  SMITH,  Administrator.   

Notice is hereby given that I will sell at Public Auction, on Saturday, the 17th day of January, 1863, at the late residence of  Henry Marshall, in Sugarcreek Township, Shelby county, Indiana, deceased, all the personal property of said deceased, exception that portion taken by the widow, consisted of Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Hay, Corn, Household Furniture, Farming Utensils, Wagons, &c.
         TERMS. --- All sums under three dolars cash down --- on all sums over three dollars a credit of nine months will be given, the purchaser giving his note with approved surety, waiving valuation and appraisement laws. --- Dec. 24, 1862.
DAVID  SMITH,  Administrator.   
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