Sorry I forgot to answer part of your question about the other Jefferson Co William MARSHALL (died abt Sept 1839) and his widow Ann who became the second wife of James L DANIEL(S).
I strongly suspect that William Shaw MARSHALL and this "other" William MARSHALL are connected. I am basing this mainly on the fact that Wm S MARSHALL (I'm sure William Shaw) drew in the 1820 Georgia Land Lottery from Fountain's District in Jefferson Co (as my other reply detailed) AND Lewis/Louis MARSHALL, the "other" William's younger brother, also drew from this same Militia District. AND if you take the 1820 drawer's listed from this Fountain's/Jefferson Co MD, and cross check them to the 1820 Jefferson Census, taken shortly before the drawings, you find a strong correlation between the drawer's and some heads of households listed on page 22 of the census. As a fact both the "other" William and his brother Joseph MARSHALL, Jr are enumerated on page 22. Lewis/Louis does not appear on the census, but there is a younger male of his age in the "other" William's household, along with their widowed mother Ann, who will start appearing as a head of household in 1830 Jefferson.
In addition to the above connections, the Wm S MARSHALL (who is likely William Shaw) on the 1820 Burke Co census is on the enumeration page following Robert C DANIEL, who is the brother of James L DANIEL, who would marry the "other" William's widow Ann. As John Clarke has often pointed out in other postings, the border between Jefferson and Burke Counties seems to have been very porous.
Nothing rock solid here, but lots of ties.
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