Thomas William Marshall

Controversialist, born 1818; died Surbiton, England, 1877. Brother of Arthur Featherstone Marshall. He was Anglican vicar of Swallowcliff, Wiltshire, but in 1845 became a Catholic. Among his writings were the sensational "Christianity in China," and "Christian Missions," exposing the weaknesses of the Anglican missions.

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