George C Marshall

George Catlett Marshall Jr

  • American

George C Marshall was a notable American General and statesman. - AsNotedIn


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name Fort Screven Historic District Tybee Island
Significant name Pentagon Office Building Complex Arlington, VA
Significant name Gen George C Marshall House Leesburg
1897/09/11 After a bout of typhoid fever delays his journey, George Marshall arrives at the Valley Railroad Station. Known locally as "the Virginia creeper", the train reached the North River, turned around, and backed into Lexington. Life Valley Railroad Depot, Lexington Lexington
1897/09/11 After leaving the train station, Marshall walks through Lexington, passes the Washington and Lee University colonnade and Lee Chapel, heading for the VMI parade ground. Life Washington and Lee University campus Lexington
1897/09/11 After leaving the train station, Marshall walks through Lexington, passes the Washington and Lee University colonnade and Lee Chapel, heading for the VMI parade ground. Education Washington and Lee University campus Lexington
1897/09/11 George Marshall matriculates at VMI bearing a note from his father to Superintendent Scott Shipp: I send you my youngest, and last. He is bright, full of life, and I believe will get along very well. George's room in the barracks is 202. Education Barracks, Virginia Military Institute Lexington
1899/00/00 We would go uptown on Saturday afternoon and window shop. There were no movies, of course. There was a famous little store there on the corner - Dold's, they called it. He was quite the character and made a great point of favoring the cadets. - GM Life H O Dold's Corner, Lexington Lexington
1902/02/11 Elizabeth Carter Coles marries George C Marshall during an Episcopal ceremony at the bride's Lexington home. Attendees include Mrs Walter Coles. Groom Pendleton-Coles House, VMI Lexington Elizabeth Carter Coles and George Catlett Marshall
1930/00/00 Katherine Tupper Brown marries Lieutenant Colonel George Catlett Marshall in the Dr Eccleston Chapel, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Baltimore. Groom Emmanuel Episcopal Church, B'More Baltimore, MD Marriage of Katherine T Brown and George C Marshall
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