William Arthur Marshall Obituary 25 April 1943 Salt Lake Tribune
Death Claims S. L. Dentist, Presbyterian Leader «/ Dr. William Arthur Marshall, 65, 74 N street, prominent Salt Lake dentist, died in a Salt Lake hospital Saturday at 1:45 p. m. of a heart ailment. For the past 40 years Dr. Marshall Marshall had been a prominent figure in the First Presbyterian church. He was an elder in the church and also was a former president of the Salt Lake camp of the Gideons. He had practiced dentistry In Salt Lake county since he was graduated from the University of Denver dental college in 1903. He was a member of the Salt Lake Dental society, the Bonneville Knife and Fork club and Acacia lodge, No. 17, F and A M. Dr. Marshall was born in Arkansas Arkansas City, Kan., July 12, 1877, a son of Robert L. and Mary Margaret Margaret Guthrie Marshall. He married married Anna Robertson in Prescott, Ontario, December 26, 1906. He practiced dentistry in Midvale Midvale for 25 years, and for many years was a director of the Midvale Midvale State bank.' While residing in Midvale he also was a trustee of Westminster college. Dr. Marshall moved to Salt Lake City to practice dentistry in 1928. Surviving Dr. Marshall are his widow; three sons, William' R. Marshall, a mining engineer at Cancaran, province of San Luis, Argentina; First Lieutenant Arthur William Marshall, stationed stationed at Camp Kilmer, N. J., and Second Lieutenant John S. Marshall, Marshall, army medical corps officer stationed at Johns Hopkins university, university, Baltimore, Md.; a daughter, daughter, Miss Mary G. Marshall, dental hygienist at Bushnell General hospital, hospital, Brigham City; a brother, A. Dr. William A. Marshall . . . Prominent Salt Lake dentist who miccumbed Saturday. K. Marshall of Arkansas City, and two sisters, Miss Edith Marshall and Mrs. Emma Squires of Arkansas Arkansas City.