Marshall McNeese (Noxubee County)

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Marshall McNeese

State House: 1870-1871, 1874-1877

Born: March 1837 in Georgia

Carpenter and farmer. Listed on the 1870, 1880 and 1900 census in Noxubee County with wife and children.

“On the east side [of Shuqualak], going north, was the Haynes hotel, back of which one block was the Shuqualak Academy (Capt. Darricutt, teacher); McNeese’s blacksmith shop (Pete Beasley, slave, his blacksmith); McNeese’s wood shop (Nathan and Marshall McNeese, slaves, the workmen); Sam Jackson’s wagon-making establishment, Stout’s private boarding house, and 200 yards farther north, McNeese’s saw mill.”
(J. J. Haynie, “Early Recollections of Old Noxubee,” The Macon Beacon, July 13, 1913)