|Virginia (Fauquier County), Midland — CL-7 — German Town|
|About 1719, five years after they immigrated to Germanna in present-day Orange Co., twelve German families moved here as lot owners of 1,805 acres on Licking Run claimed a year earlier by their trustees, John Fishback, John Hoffman, and Jacob Holtzclaw. Melchoir Brumback, Joseph Coons, Harman Fischback, Peter Hitt, John Kemper, John Joseph Martin, John Jacob Rector, John Spilman, and Tilman Weaver headed the other families. With their pastor, the Rev. Henry Hager, they constituted the first . . . — Map (db m1754) HM|
|Virginia (Fauquier County), Midland — CL 3 — John Marshall’s Birthplace|
|About one half mile southeast, just across the railroad, a stone marks the site of the birthplace, September 24, 1755. He died at Philadelphia, July 6, 1835. Revolutionary office, Congressman, Secretary of State, he is immortal as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. During his long term of office his wise interpretation of the U. S. Constitution gave it enduring life. — Map (db m1779) HM|
|Virginia (Fauquier County), Midland — John Marshall’s Birthplace|
|Near this spot on September 4, 1755 was born John Marshall, Fourth Chief Justice of the United States.
This marker erected by Marshall Inn of the Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi, 1928.
A marker erected by Marshall Chapter of Phi Delta Phi in 1902 is enclosed herein. — Map (db m2207) HM|
|Virginia (Fauquier County), Midland — John Marshall’s Birthplace Park|
|JOHN MARSHALL, Chief Justice of the United States, and principal founder of judicial review and of the American system of constitutional law was born in a log cabin just east of here on September 24, 1755. At that time, this location was near Germantown, a frontier mining settlement in the western portion of Prince William County, which became a part of Fauquier County in 1759.
JOHN MARSHALL first served his country as one of the . . . — Map (db m2208) HM|