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John Marshall

John Marshall

Person  Male  Died 1631

Categories: Philanthropy

Native of Stamford in Lincolnshire.  A white-baker who lived in a mansion house in Axe Yard, Southwark (now Newcomen Street), where his father, also a white-baker had lived before him. Widowered and with no children, his will left funds primarily for religious purposes, in particular for the building of a new church and churchyard in Southwark, Christchurch.  It was built in 1671 at what is now 27 Blackfriars Road, badly bombed in 1941 and re-built in 1960.  The charity still owns and runs it.  His will also provided for university scholarships for poor students of Southwark and Stamford.

A white-baker produced white bread for the rich as opposed to the whole grain bread eaten by the masses.  This definition confirmed for us by the very helpful Peter Kidd of

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