These financial contributions allow continued care of the Marshall Cemetery at Federal Hill, which in turn reminds us of the Marshall family’s life and times from 1800 into the future.
|Shirley Moser Marshall||Sept 2019||$1,000|
|James P. Marshall, III||Sept 2020||$500|
|Dorothy Wood Letts||Oct 2020||$1,000|
|K Marshall Monley||Dec 2020||$1,000|
|Mary Frances & Charles W Marshall||Dec 2020||$5,000|
|Melissa Massie Shaw Bloch & |
Lewis Stephen Bloch
|Marcia Marshall Rinek||Jul 2021||$250|
|Mary Frances & Charles W Marshall||Sept 2021||$3,025|
|Shirley Moser Marshall RVOC Trust||Oct 2021||$5,000|
|Melanie Hood Rankin||Oct 2021||$200|
These contributions not only assure our ability to mow the cemetery but also let us gauge our ability to:
- place metal plaques on small concrete pedestals by each of the older, flat top, monuments.
- Doing maintenance on the iron perimeter fence
- plantings, tree care
Future “occupants” of the cemetery must have a direct connection back to Col. Thomas Marshall (builder of the house at Federal Hill), or be directly connected to such a person (spouse, parent, significant other, etc.). Please let us know if you or those directly connected to you, are considering internment in the Marshall Cemetery at Federal Hill, so we can ensure appropriate space.
As we each have less ability to personally do cemetery work, (mow, paint, etc.), cash donations have become more critical. Our tax-free status requires we do not charge for gravesites, nor accept gifts designated for specific graves. Rather contributions must be made to the general fund of Marshall Cemetery at Federal Hill Inc. Allowing its board to apply general funds appropriately.
We hope you will also make a federal tax deduct-able, contribution. If so please mail checks to:
Marshall Cemetery at Federal Hill Inc.
c/o Bill Marshall
6083 Key Pike
Maysville, KY 41056-8631
IRS Publication 1771 – Charitable Contributions
Substantiation and Disclosure Requirements