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Marshall, William Calderlocked

(1813–1894)
  • Martin Greenwood

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Marshall, William Calder (1813–1894), sculptor, was born on 18 March 1813 in Gilmour Place, Edinburgh, the eldest son of William Marshall, a goldsmith, and his wife, Annie Calder. He was educated at the high school, Edinburgh, and at Edinburgh University, and attended the ...

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