| || Notes for Samuel Marshall:|
Samuel Marshall married Cassandra Alfriend and settled on the headwaters of Leatherwood Creek. They spent the remainder of their lives there and were buried nearby on the Wasley Griggs place west of Dyer's Store.
Henry County, Virginia Will Abstracts, Vol. 1 & 2, 1777-1820
II:168 - Samuel Marshall - 30 Sept 1809 - Pr 14 May 1810
To my wife Cassandra Marshall, after debts are paid, personal estate to dispose of as she sees proper with the following exceptions: to my son Benjamin Marshall, bed and furniture after my wife's decease or sooner if she wishes; to dau Nancy bay mare at decease of wife; to grandson Benjamin Marshall my rifle gun; to my grandson Samuel Marshall my shot gun. I lend unto my wife the land and plantation where I now live during her natural life. At her decease to be sold and divided among my children; Sally Arnold, Lewis Marshall, Dennis Marshall, Nancy Marshall, Benjamin Marshall, Susanah Barrow, John Marshall.
Appoint son Dennis Marshall, Elisha Arnold and John King exors.
Wit: John King, Thomas Hailey, Anderson Hagwood.