MARSHALL, ANDREW [SSNE 1007]

Surname
MARSHALL, MARSHAL
First name
ANDREW
Title/rank
BURGESS
Nationality
SCOT
Social status
BURGESS

Text source

Mr Andrew Marshall was a Scottish merchant in Konigsberg. He lived there from at least 1685 and was a burgess in the city by 1692. He is mentioned in the correspondence of the Scottish exiled preacher James Broun [SSNE 6314]. Marshall was known to Andrew Russell [SSNE 143] who passed money from Broun in Danzig to Mr Robert Hog who in turn pased it on to Marshall in Konigsberg. The amount was £21.1.6 sterling.

National Archives of Scotland, Russell Papers, RH15/106/576/23. James Brown to Andrew Russell, 2 November 1685; T. Fischer, The Scots in Eastern and Western Prussia (Edinburgh, 1903); Steve Murdoch, Network North: Scottish Kin, Commercial and Covert Associations in Northern Europe, 1603-1746 (Brill, Leiden, 2006), p.113.

Service record

EAST PRUSSIA, KONIGSBERG
Arrived 1685-11-02
Departed 1692-12-31
Capacity BURGESS, purpose CIVIC