History of the Shenandoah Valley

Biography of Major General Richard Jaquelin Marshall

Major General Richard Jaquelin Marshall, born June 16, 1895, in Markham, Virginia, played a crucial role in the Southwest Pacific theater during World War II, culminating as Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army Forces in the Pacific. He graduated from Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in 1915 and served in World War I. Post-World War II, he retired from the Army in 1946 after achieving the rank of major general. Marshall then became superintendent of VMI. His decorations include the Distinguished Service Cross and the Silver Star. He married Isabel Crum in 1935 and had two children and two stepchildren.

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1964 Alcova Yearbook - Alleghany County High School, Virginia

Alleghany Highlands Regional Library Collection of Yearbooks

FREE! Download or read online 177 school yearbooks from schools primarily in Alleghany and Bath counties, as well as the independent cities of Covington and Millington, Virginia. The schools and range of years (all years not available) include: Alleghany High School (1964-1975); Bath County High School (1971-1974); Buchanan High School (1958); Buffalo Gap High School (1964-1967); Central High School (1956-1959); Chesapeake & Ohio Hospital School of Nursing (1950-1971); Clifton Forge High School (1921-1976); Covington High School (1924-1977); Dunlap High School (1948-1963); Eagle Rock High School (1956); Goshen High School (1958-1966); Highland County Public Schools (1961-1976); James River High School (1969); Jefferson High School (1954-1955); Jefferson School of Nursing (1965); Lynchburg General Hospital School of Nursing (1962-1967); Martinsville High School (1951-1956); Millboro High School (1957-1968); Natural Bridge High School (1948); New Castle High School (1949); State Teachers College – Farmville (1930-1944); State Teachers College – Harrisonburg (1930-1933); Valley High School (1956-1969); Vinton High School (1929); Watson High School (1953-1963).

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