1. John1 Ambler married Elizabeth Burkadike.
He and Elizabeth Burkadike resided at York, Yorkshire, England.
Known children of John1 Ambler and Elizabeth Burkadike were:
2 i. Richard2 Ambler, born 24 Dec 1690 at Yorkshire, England; married Elizabeth Jaquelin.
2. Richard2 Ambler (John1) was born 24 Dec 1690 at Yorkshire, England; he married Elizabeth Jaquelin, daughter of Edward Jaquelin and Martha Cary, 1724; he died Feb 1766 at Jamestown, VA, at age 75.
He immigrated in 1716 to York Co., VA. He resided at Yorktown, VA. He and Elizabeth Jaquelin resided at Jamestown, VA.
Elizabeth Jaquelin was born in Oct 1709. She died in 1756.
Known children of Richard2 Ambler and Elizabeth Jaquelin were as follows:
i. Elizabeth3 Ambler was born 1731; she died 1740.
3 ii. Edward J. Ambler, born 1733; married Mary Cary.
iii. John Ambler was born 1735; he died 1766.
iv. Richard Ambler was born 1736; he died 1745.
v. Martha Ambler was born 1738; she died 1739.
vi. Mary Ambler was born 1740; she died 1763.
4 vii. Jaquelin Ambler, born 9 Aug 1742 at Virginia; married Rebecca Lewis Burwell.
viii. George Ambler was born 1744; he died 1750.
ix. Richard Ambler was born 1748; he died 1749.
3. Edward J.3 Ambler (Richard2, John1) was born 1732 or 1733; he married Mary Cary, daughter of Col. Wilson Cary and Sarah, 1754; he died 30 Oct 1768.
He resided at Jamestown, VA. He and Mary Cary had 3 children.
Mary Cary was born in 1732/33. She died in 1781.
Known children of Edward J.3 Ambler and Mary Cary include:
5 i. Sarah4 Ambler, born 27 Sep 1760; married William Hartwell Macon.
ii. Col. John Ambler was born 25 Sep 1762 at Jamestown, VA; he married Frances Armistead, daughter of Gill Armistead and Betty Allen, 1782; 1st wife; he married Lucy Marshall, daughter of Col. Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith, 1790; 2nd wife; he married Catherine Bush, daughter of Philip Bush and Catherine Clough; 3rd wife, 2nd husband; he died 8 May 1836 at Virginia at age 73.
He resided at Jamestown, VA. He resided after 1795 at Richmond, VA.
4. Jaquelin3 Ambler (Richard2, John1) was born 9 Aug 1742 at Virginia; he married Rebecca Lewis Burwell, daughter of Lewis Burwell and Mary Willis, May 1764; he died 10 Feb 1798 at Virginia at age 55.
He resided at Jamestown, VA. He was Treasurer of Virginia.
Rebecca Lewis Burwell was born on 29 May 1746 at Gloucester Co., VA.
Known children of Jaquelin3 Ambler and Rebecca Lewis Burwell were as follows:
i. Elizabeth Jaquelin4 Ambler was born 11 Mar 1765; she married William Brent; 1st husband; she married Col. Edward Carrington, son of George Carrington and Anne Mayo; 2nd husband; she died; d.s.p.
6 ii. Mary Willis Ambler, born 18 Mar 1766; married Chief Justice John Marshall.
iii. Martha Ambler was born 1767; she died Jul 1776.
iv. Ann Ambler was born 16 Mar 1772; she married George Fisher, son of Daniel Fisher, 24 Nov 1795; she died 29 Jun 1832 at age 60; she was buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA.
v. Lucy Nelson Ambler was born 4 Aug 1776; she married Daniel Call, son of Daniel Call; she died 15 May 1797 at age 20.
5. Sarah4 Ambler (Edward3, Richard2, John1) was born 27 Sep 1760; she married William Hartwell Macon 1779; she died 11 Sep 1782 at age 21.
Known children of Sarah4 Ambler and William Hartwell Macon were:
i. Mary5 Macon married William Marshall, son of Col. Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith; 2nd wife.
She and William Marshall had 2 children.
6. Mary Willis4 Ambler (Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) was born 18 Mar 1766; she married Chief Justice John Marshall, son of Col. Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith, 3 Jan 1783 at Hanover Co., VA; she died 25 Dec 1831 at Richmond, VA, at age 65; she was buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA.
She resided at Jamestown, VA.
Chief Justice John Marshall was born on 24 Sep 1755 at near Germantown, Fauquier Co., VA. He died on 6 Jul 1835 at Philadelphia, PA, at age 79. He was buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA. He resided in Prince William Co., VA. He resided in 'Oak Hill', Fauquier Co., VA. He resided in Richmond, VA. In May 1777 he was a Captain in Revolutionary War. He was educated in 1779 in William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA. He was admitted to the bar on August 28, 1780. He was again a member of the House of Burgesses 1782-1788. He was a member of the Council of State in 1782-1795 in Virginia. He was a member of the Legislature in 1782 in Virginia. He settled in Richmond and practiced law. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention in 1788. He was a member of the Legislature between 1789 and 1791 in Virginia. He was an Envoy to Paris between 1797 and 1798 in Paris, France. He was a member of U.S. House of Representatives in 1799. He was Secretary of State under John Adams in 1800. He was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 31 Jan 1801 to 6 Jul 1835. He was the author of the Life of Washington.
8. Dr. Jaquelin Ambler5 Marshall (Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Eliza Letitia Steptoe Clarkson.
9. Edward Carrington5 Marshall (Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Rebecca Courtenay Peyton.
12. Jaquelin Ambler6 Marshall (Jaquelin5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Rebecca Peyton Marshall.
13. Rebecca Peyton6 Marshall (Edward5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Jaquelin Ambler Marshall.
15. Jaquelin Ambler7 Marshall III (Jaquelin6, Jaquelin5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Eliza Randolph Turner.
16. Charles Turner8 Marshall (Jaquelin7, Jaquelin6, Jaquelin5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Julia McIlvaine Spencer.
18. Julian McIlvaine9 Marshall (Charles8, Jaquelin7, Jaquelin6, Jaquelin5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Henrietta Armitt Harrison.
21. John Randolph10 Marshall (Julian9, Charles8, Jaquelin7, Jaquelin6, Jaquelin5, Mary4 Ambler, Jaquelin3, Richard2, John1) married Deborah Lynn Reilly.
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