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Frederick Rupert Marshall

agricultural studies educator.

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.

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