Joseph Marshall (c.1754-1819)

Joseph Marshall is one of St John’s First Fleeters. Marshall was a convict transported with the First Fleet per Scarborough (1788). On receiving a land grant at The Ponds, Marshall joined forces with Edward Elliott, his old Scarborough shipmate who had received a neighbouring allotment. He was 65 years old when he passed away at Parramatta on 1 January 1819. He was buried at the cemetery the following day, 2 January 1819, in an unmarked grave. The location of his final resting place in the cemetery is, therefore, unknown.


Burial Location

  • Unmarked grave, location unknown, St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta

Relationships

  • Farming partner of neighbour Edward Elliott at The Ponds from 1791-1806

Occupations

  • Weaver
  • Convict
  • Settler
  • Farmer

Positions

  • Convict Scarborough (1788)

Sources

  • Parish Burial Records, Textual Records, St. John’s Anglican Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Ron Withington, Dispatched Downunder: Tracing the Resting Places of the First Fleeters, (Woolloomooloo, The Fellowship of First Fleeters, 2013), p.441

Lists

# First Fleet

# Convict

# Ship: Scarborough (1788)

# Burial year: 1819

# Grave: unmarked