Marshall, John

London; joiner(1714–18)
The Montrose accounts record payment to John Marshall of £2 5s in 1714 for a large chest with iron work, and a wainscot table. In 1718 he supplied to the Duke's London house in Bond St ‘2 oak Steallions for the Beer Cellar’; a ‘6 Leaf Horse for Drying the Linen’; A ‘Furm Pr. of Steps, Stool & A Long Spout for the Wash House, Racks, Cupboard & Shutter’, costing a total of £11 18s 5d. [Scottish RO, GD 220/6/1159/41; 1192/11]