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Frederick Rupert Marshall

Frederick Rupert Marshall, Canadian agricultural studies educator. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

  • Marshall, Frederick Rupert was born on June 26, 1877 in Westbrook, Ontario, Canada. Son of Francis William and Charlotte (Day) Marshall.

  • Education

    • Student Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, 1896-1899. Bachelor of Agricultural Science, University of Toronto, 1899. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Iowa State College, 1900.

    Career

    • Assistant professor animal husbandry Iowa State College, 1901-1903, professor animal husbandry Texas Agricultural and Mech. College, 1903-1907; associate professor Ohio State University, 1907-1912. Sr animal husbandman Department Agriculture, 1912-1920.

      Secretary, general manager National Wool Growers Association Company 1920-1943, Resigned August 21, 1943.

    Works

    • Author: Breeding Farm Animals, 1913. Now citrus rancher.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Clubs: Saddle Sirloin (Chicago).

    Connections

    • Married Ida Jean Craig, January 1, 1914 (died 1930). Married second, Mary Helen Racey, 1932. Children: Frederick Calvin, Robert Racey.
    • father: Francis William Marshall
    • mother: Charlotte (Day) Marshall
    • spouses: Ida Jean Craig
    • Mary Helen Racey
    • children: Frederick Calvin Marshall
    • Robert Racey Marshall
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    Born June 26, 1877
    Died June 15, 1953
    (aged 75)
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