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Marysville, Ohio

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Marysville is a city in and the county seat of Union County, Ohio, United States, approximately northwest of Columbus. The population was 25,571 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Columbus metropolitan area. Marysville's longtime slogan is "Where the Grass is Greener". In December 2008, the city was designated as a "Preserve America Community" by First Lady Laura Bush. History Origins Marysville was originally part of Northwest Territory, and then became part of the Virginia Military District within that territory, and eventually became part of the state of Ohio. One of the original surveyors of the area was James Galloway, Jr., who first visited in 1805. Marysville was founded in 1819 by Samuel W. Cuthbertson, who named the town after his daughter Mary, along the small waterway of Mill Creek. County seat designation After the organization of the county by the Ohio Legislature, Marysville was designated as the seat of Union County. The first rec
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