John Marshall early life, career, married, children, death, net worth, salary
Marital status : Married

Facts of John Marshall

Date of Birth :
Age : 263 years old
Family Name : Marshall
Birth Place : United States
Birth Sign : virgo

Relationship short Statistics of John Marshall

What is John Marshall marital status ? ( married,single, in relation or divorce): Married
How many children does John Marshall have ? (name): 10 Children
Is John Marshall having any relationship affair ?: No
Is John Marshall Gay ? No

John Marshall was the fourth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. The longest-serving Chief Justice and the fourth longest-serving justice in U.S. Supreme Court history, Marshall dominated the Court for over three decades and played a significant role in the development of the American legal system. In 1823, Marshall became the first president of the Richmond branch of the American Colonization Society, which was dedicated to resettling freed American slaves in Liberia, on the West coast of Africa.

John was a married man. He was married for only one time throughout his life. As he was not involved in any sorts of multiple marital affairs and relationship, we can conclude that he was happily married. There is no more news regarding his children and family life. Marshall was also the last surviving Cabinet member from the John Adams administration. Two days before his death, Marshall enjoined his friends to place only a plain slab over his and his wife's graves and wrote the simple inscription himself.

Early Life Of John Marshall

John Marshall was born on September 24, 1755, in Fauquier County, Virginia. His parents were Thomas Marshall and Mary Marshall. He had 14 siblings who grew up together in Virginia's northwestern frontier.

During his early years, Marshall received almost no formal schooling and was educated by his father at home, who taught him basic mathematics, history, and English literature. Moreover, he taught Marshall practical lessons about politics and kept him informed about the events of the time.

John Marshall's Career

John Marshall was the last chief justice born a British subject prior to the American Revolutionary War. Before becoming chief justice, Marshall had been a leader of the Federalist Party in Virginia and served in the United States House of Representatives from 1799 to 1800. He was also secretary of state under President John Adams from 1800 to 1801.

John Marshall's Personal Life

Marshall married Mary Willis "Polly" Ambler (1767–1831) on 3rd January 1783. The wedding took place in the home of her cousin, John Ambler. The couple shared 10 children, but only six of them made it to adulthood.

The names of their children were Thomas Marshall (1781–1835), Jaquelin Ambler Marshall (1787–1852), Mary Marshall (1795–1841), John James Marshall (1798–1833), James Keith Marshall (1800–1862), Edward Carrington Marshall (1805–1882).

In 1831, Marshall traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he underwent an operation to remove bladder stones. The same year in December, his wife Polly died in Richmond. Four years later, in June 1835, Marshall again traveled to Philadelphia for medical treatment, where he passed away on July 6 at the age of 79. He had served as Chief Justice for over 34 years.

The Liberty Bell was rung following his death. There's a widespread story that claims this was the final time the bell rung after which it cracked, never to be rung again.

Marshall's body was returned to Richmond and buried next to Polly's in Shockoe Hill Cemetery. As per his own wish, the inscription on his tombstone read:

John Marshall
Son of Thomas and Mary Marshall
was born the 24th of September 1755
Intermarried with Mary Willis Ambler
the 3rd of January 1783
Departed this life
the 6th day of July 1835

Marshall was among the last remaining Founding Fathers and was also the last surviving Cabinet member from the John Adams administration.

John Marshall's Net Worth

John Marshall must have made a fortune back in the day, However, the exact figure of his net worth was not revealed to public knowledge. His source of income included his career as a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court where he served for nearly four decades.

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John Marshall Married(s)

Marriage to Mary Willis Ambler

He was married to his wife Mary throughout his life. The couple had traveled together many beautiful places of the world. Also the couple had 10 children together. Edit this content

John Marshall Children

SON: Thomas Marshall

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

He is the first son to this family. edit

Daughter: Rebecca Marshall

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

The couple was blessed with this beautiful daughter. edit

Daughter: Jaquelin Ambler

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

They welcomed this beautiful daughter as the second daughter to this family. edit

Daughter: Mary Ann

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

She is the third daughter to this family. edit

SON: John James

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

The couple were blessed with this son as the second son to this family. edit

Daughter: Mary Marshall

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

She is the fourth daughter blessed to this couple. edit

SON: John Marshall

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

The couple were blessed with this son as John Marshall edit

SON: James Keith

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

He is the fourth son to take birth to this family. edit

SON: Charles William

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

As the ninth child to this family, Charles is the fifth son. edit

SON: Edward Carrington

Mother : Mary Willis Ambler

For the last time the couple gave birth to this son. edit