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The Hollow Marker, FF-12

In 1765, John Marshall, then nine, moved with his family from his birthplace 30 miles southeast to a small, newly constructed frame house one-quarter mile east known as The Hollow. The house built by his father, Thomas Marshall, was his home until 1773, when the family moved five miles east to Oak Hill. After the American Revolution began, Thomas Marshall and his sons, John Marshall, James Markham Marshall, and Thomas Marshall Jr. fought in numerous Revolutionary War battles including Great Bridge and Yorktown. John Marshall later served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 1998
Region: Fredericksburg-Culpeper-Warrenton and Upper Piedmont Region
Geographic Location: Fauquier County
Physical Description of Location: Marshall, VA 22643. Located on Leeds Manor Road, less than 1/5 of a mile north of the intersection of Leeds Manor Road and I-66. Marker is on the right when traveling north on Leeds Manor Road.
GPS Location: 38.9090132460,-77.9979009330
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