Marshall County, Kansas--Trails to the Past
Welcome to Marshall County
Trails to the Past
Marshall County is located in the northeastern part of Kansas, with its northern border on the Nebraska state line. It's an original county, having been established in 1855. Marshall County is bordered by Gage and Pawnee counties (Nebraska) to the northwest and northeast; Nemeha County (Kansas) to the east; Pottawatomie County to the south; and Riley and Washington counties to the southwest and west. The largest city and county seat is Marysville. Marshall County was named for Frank Marshall, an early settler and member of the first Kansas Legislature. Marshall County is located on the Old Oregon Trail, the Mormon Trail, and Pony Express route. The old Pony Express station in Marysville is now a museum, and the Guittardstation, located near Beatty, is commemorated with a historic marker.
We will be building this web site over time to include information and records to assist you as you research your Marshall County families. Below, you will note a table which includes the types of documents and information we hope to have available for you as quickly as we can. Should you have any information that you wish to include here, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. Copy and paste my email address into your email template. Be sure to put "Marshall County" in the Subject line so I'll be sure to notice.
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November 9, 2010