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  • West Center Street in downtown Marion in 2007.


    Marion is also known as: Marion County / Marion city.

    Marion contains: Marion City School District, Harding Home, Marion County Courthouse, Harding Tomb, Ohio State University, and Marion Campus.

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  • O. J. McDuffie (american football player) was born in Marion.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: O. J. McDuffie (american football player), Aubrey Huff (baseball player), Aron Ralston (mountaineer and motivational speaker), Eve Curtis (actor), John Courtright (baseball player), Michael James Dukes (actor and musician), and Emma Fitzpatrick (actor).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: The Marion Star.

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    The population was 35,318 at the 2000 census. According to the US Census 2008 estimate, Marion has a population of 35,841, while Ohio's Columbus–Marion–Chillicothe Combined Statistical Area has 2,002,604 people. Marion is the county's largest city and the center of the Marion Micropolitan Statistical Area (as defined by the United States Census Bureau in 2003). President Warren G. Harding was a native of Marion. The current administration is led by Mayor Scott Schertzer who started his second term in January of 2012. The origins of Marion can be traced back to the War of 1812 when Jacob Foos, a surveyor for General Harrison's army, discovered a spring at the top of a hill and established a well there which was named "Jacob's Well". At the time it was a stopover for troops on their way from Ft. Franklin (Columbus) to Toledo. Legend has it that in the middle of the night Foos awoke with a terrible thirst. He began to dig and told his fellow travelers that he was going to dig till he found either water or...

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    There are currently 8 funeral home listings for the city of Marion, Ohio. Looking for Marion cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Marion

Boyd Funeral Home Incorporated
122 W Columbia St Send flowers
Marion, OH 43302


Chapel Heights Memory Gardens
2622 Marion Upper Sandusky Rd Send flowers
Marion, OH 43306


Denzer-Farison-Hottinger Home
360 E Center St Send flowers
Marion, OH 43302


Grand Prairie Cemetery
4964 Brush Ridge Dr N Send flowers
Marion, OH 43337

Grand Prairie Monument
4964 Brush Ridge Dr N Send flowers
Marion, OH 43337

Gunder Hall & Folk Funeral Dir
347 W Center St Send flowers
Marion, OH 43302


Hughes-Allen Funeral Home
318 Mount Vernon Ave Send flowers
Marion, OH 43302


St Mary's Cemetery
763 Delaware Ave Send flowers
Marion, OH 43301

D.V. Huffman Home (Doylestown, OH)