Is there a Loyalist named John Marshall on WikiTree?

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I am looking to see if there is a profile for a John Marshall who was a Loyalist who settled in St John, NB. I see he is listed on the Loyalist Directory on uelac.org and I was looking to see if he is connected to my Marshall line.
in Genealogy Help by Karen Jaszewski G2G1 (1.6k points)
Karen,

Would you have any information on his spouse or descendants, such as birth, marriage or death years or their  full names?
My only source so far is the first link posted in the nested comment. I'm looking for Loyalist researchers interested in the Parr settlement, who may be able to tell me more about this John Marshall. As someone has him listed on the UELAC.org website I had hoped he'd be listed here as well.

As far as I know he is not related to me. I'm just checking for fun.

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There are 1099 named John Marshall at WikiTree. Would you know his birth year and or death year? Where did he live before he settled in St. John, NB?
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.3m points)
This is the link: http://www.uelac.org/Loyalist-Info/detail.php?letter=m&line=142

I tagged "categorization" and "1776" because he was not listed here on WikiTree: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:New_Brunswick_United_Empire_Loyalists

There are no dates on the first link. I'm new at investigating UELAC descendants.

"A. Grantees of Parr Town, now a portion of the City of St. John."

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