Biography of William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894

On 18 Mar 1813 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 was born to [his father] William Marshall Goldsmith and Annie Calder at either Gilmour Place in Edinburgh or Stevenage.

In 1834 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (20) enrolled in the Royal Academy where he studied under Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (52).

1831. Henry Pierce Bone Painter 1779-1855 after John Jackson 1778-1831. Portrait of Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 in black morning suit, blue waistcoat with gold fob-seal, standing beside the bust of William Hyde Wollaston, F.R.S. (1766-1828) on a plinth signed, dated and inscribed on the counter-enamel 'Francis Chantrey Sculptor. R.A. London 1831. Painted in Enamel Around 1834. Martin Archer Shee Painter 1769-1850. Portrait of Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841. Around 1834. Martin Archer Shee Painter 1769-1850. Portrait of Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841. 1818. Thomas Phillips 1770-1845. Portrait of Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841. Half-length aged 37, holding a modelling tool, his left arm on a marble head; bald head with dark hair at sides, hazel eyes, dark complexion; voluminous grey coat, white filled shirt open at neck and fastened with brooch; statuette of Lady Louisa Russell in left background.

In 1835 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (21) was awarded a Silver Medal by the Royal Academy.

In 1836 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (22) travelled to Rome where he studied for two years.

On 14 Feb 1842 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (28) and [his wife] Marianne Lawrie -1842 were married at St Cuthbert's Church Edinburgh. She died a month later.

In Mar 1842 [his wife] Marianne Lawrie -1842 died.

In 1844 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (30) was appointed Associate of the Royal Academy.

On 10 Jun 1845 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (32) and [his wife] Margaret Calder 1816-1887 (28) were married at St Cuthbert's Church Edinburgh. The same church in which he had married his first wife three years previously.

In 1852 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (38) was appointed Academician of the Royal Academy.

On or before 22 Dec 1852 [his daughter] Elizabeth Calder Marshall 1852- was born to William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (39) and Margaret Calder 1816-1887 (36). She was baptised on 22 Dec 1852 at St Michael's Church Pimlico who were described as living at 47 Ebury Street.

On 07 Apr 1854 Catherine Louise Georgina Marlay 1831-1854 (23) died from childbirth three weeks after giving birth to her daughter Edith Katherine Manners 1854-1854 who had died at twelve days old. She was buried at Highgate Cemetery on 15 Apr 1854.

Monument by William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (48) erected in 1862 in a chapel at Church of St Katherine Rowsley built for the purpose.

Before 1854. Richard Buckner Painter 1812-1883. Portrait of Catherine Louise Georgina Marlay 1831-1854.

On 07 Oct 1871 Louise Blanche Howard 1842-1871 (29) died from childbirth six weeks after the birth of a child who had died the same or next day after birth. The Foljambe Tomb. Monument in St Mary's Church Tickhill Doncaster commissioned by her husband Cecil George Savile Foljambe 1st Earl Liverpool 1846-1907 (24) who had sixty monuments erected in her memory in places associated with her. Sculpted by William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (58).

1883. John Pettie Painter 1839-1893 (43). Portrait of William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (69).

Around 1884. Joseph Parkin Mayall Photographer 1839-1906 (45). Portrait of William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (70).

On 19 May 1887 [his wife] Margaret Calder 1816-1887 (70) died She was buried at Kensal Green Cemetery Kensal Green.

On 16 Jun 1894 William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (81) died. He was buried at Kensal Green Cemetery Kensal Green.