Famous People Named Marshall
Take a look at famous people named Marshall, such as Barry J. Marshall, E.G. Marshall, and Thurgood Marshall.
Civil Rights Activist, Lawyer, Judge, Supreme Court Justice / 1908 - 1993
Thurgood Marshall was instrumental in ending legal segregation and became the first African-American justice of the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Justice, Political Leader / 1755 - 1835
John Marshall became the fourth chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1801. He is largely responsible for establishing the Supreme Court's role in federal government.
George C. Marshall Jr.
General, Government Official / 1880 - 1959During his military career, George C. Marshall Jr. served as U.S. Army chief of staff and secretary of state. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953.
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profile name: Thurgood Marshall profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Lawyer, Judge, Supreme Court Justice
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profile name: Penny Marshall profile occupation: Director, Producer
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profile name: John Marshall profile occupation: Supreme Court Justice, Political Leader
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profile name: Garry Marshall profile occupation: Director, Producer
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profile name: William Marshall profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: George C. Marshall Jr. profile occupation: General, Government Official
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