The town of Marshall lies in the southern central part of Oneida County.
The Brothertown Indians were invited by the Oneidas to live in their territory
which was mostly in the town of Marshall.  The first settlers to this area predated
the Revolutionary war and among them were David Fowler, Elijah Wampy and
John Tuhi.  Others came later including David Barton in 1793 and Hezekiah Eastman
in 1795.  The town was organized from the town of Kirkland on February 21, 1829
and the first town meeting was held in the home of George Tinker in March of that year.

Current Historian:
Mrs. Dorothy McConnell
P.O. Box 19
Deansboro, NY 13328
(315) 853-4473

1850 Sketch of Marshall in Rome Citizen Congregational Church of Deansboro