|Birth: ||Feb., 1829|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 20, 1902|
John Milton Marble, son of Butler Emery Marble and Mary Jenette Laws married Sarrah Ann Nelson, daughter of David F. Nelson and Mahethalem, on February 20, 1853 in Oregon Territory.
John Milton Marble came to the Oregon Territory December 1, 1852, a month after his father Butler Emery. He was a blacksmith, machinist and built the Klickitat Roller Mills. Adelia (Deley) is in his will as a niece that he had raised. She was the daughter of Ansil Sylvester Marble.
The funeral of John M. Marble was held on Saturday last, at the residence, Rev. Nickelson delivering an appropriate sermon. The remains were laid away to rest at the Odd Fellow's cemetery on the hill. Mr. Marble was a very estimable man, and held in high respect by the people of this city. He had lived in the town since 1871, and had been engaged in blacksmithing and machinery work all these many years, and at the same old stand he started in at in 1871. Owing to a severe sickness he had not been able to work for the past year or two.
Source: The Agriculturist, Goldendale, WA., June 28, 1902, page 3
Butler Emery Marble (1794 - 1866)
Sarah Ann Nelson Marble (1826 - 1902)
Mary E Marble Soper (1854 - 1936)*
Meada Jane Marble Smith (1855 - 1922)*
Caroline Seralda Marble Houck (1859 - 1927)*
Levi Marble (1819 - 1889)*
Jehiel Butler Marble (1820 - 1868)*
John Milton Marble (1829 - 1902)
Ansil Sylvester Marble (1833 - 1914)*
IOOF Mountain View Cemetery
Created by: DeCody Brad Marble
Record added: Jul 11, 2007
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