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 Louvisa Garner <I>Green</I> Marble

Louvisa Garner Green Marble

Birth
Licking County, Ohio, USA
Death 28 Nov 1896 (aged 66)
Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA
Burial Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA
Memorial ID 29503398 · View Source
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Daughter of Jonathan M. and Susanna Green. Wife of Ansil Sylvester Marble, married 27 Apr 1852 in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

The Marbles left for the Oregon Territory with a party that included Ansil's parents as well as other family members. After their arrival in Oregon (Oct 1852), they lived at Portland until 1855 when Ansil filed for a Donation Land Claim in Clark County at Military Road between Vancouver and Salmon Creek. The Marble's son Francis was born during an Indian raid on Fort Vancouver. In 1859, Ansil and his father built a sawmill on Salmon Creek. In 1864 he built a flour mill on Salmon Creek, and operated a successful business until 1883 when a new building was constructed at another site. The mill, the first in Clark County, was located near the present intersection of 134th Street and Salmon Creek Avenue. It had three grinding stones and was powered by the water from Salmon Creek.



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  • Created by: Bill Myers
  • Added: 2 Sep 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 29503398
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Louvisa Garner Green Marble (3 Apr 1830–28 Nov 1896), Find A Grave Memorial no. 29503398, citing Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, USA ; Maintained by Bill Myers (contributor 46945321) .