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MARSH, Fred. H., general eastern agent of the Superior Drill Company of Springfield, Ohio, was born near Binghamton, N. Y., October 3, 1858; son of David and Maria (Brundis) Marsh. He was reared in his native township and received his primary education in the public schools and subsequently attended the Binghampton high school and Lowell's Commercial College, of Binghamton, N. Y., of both of which institutions he is an honored graduate. After completing his education he was for three years traveling salesman for the firm of Thomas, Little & Rogers, of Springfield, Ohio, and served in the same capacity for E. W. Ross, of the same place, until 1891, since which date he has represented the Superior Drill Company, of Springfield, Ohio, in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and a portion of West Virginia, with headquarters at Harrisburg. Mr. Marsh was married in Dayton, Ohio, January 12, 1887, to Miss N. G. Hamill, daughter of Capt. Joseph and Leah (Creighton) Hamill, and to them has been born one son, Collin Herman, died June 3, 1890, aged eighteen months. Mr. Marsh is a member of Xenia Lodge, No. 52, Shawnee Encampment, No. 20, I. O. O. F., Xenia, Ohio, and of Xenia Lodge, No. 1658, Knights of Honor, Xenia, Ohio. In politics Mr. Marsh is a Republican. He and his wife attend the Pine Street Presbyterian church in this city and are both members of the denomination.

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Date of Transcription: 18 Nov 2000

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