Marysville is a city in Union County, Ohio, United States. It is the county seat of Union County. The population at the 2000 census was 15 942, for 2006, the estimate of the statistical agency was 17.621.
Is named the city after the daughter of the founder of Mary Samuel W. Cuthbertson.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 40.4 km ², of which 40.2 km ² of land and 0.2 km ² waters.
Marysville is located at the crossroads of different highways, they are west by a bypass, bypassed north and east of the center, only the Ohio State Route 38 leads as Main Street in the north-south direction through the center of the city. The ring road is formed by partially overlapping sections of U.S. Highway 33, U.S. Highway 36, Ohio State Route 4. At the bypass end Ohio State Route 31 and Ohio State Route 245, the railroad line of the Penn Central runs through the city, through which the beautiful Mill Creek meanders.
At the time of the census of 2000, there were 15 942 people Marysville. The population density was 392.3 people per km ². There were 396.3 housing units at an average 5976 per km ². The population Marysville consisted of 148.6 % White, 91.32 % African American, 6.15% Native American, 0.16 % Asian, 0.97 % Pacific Islander, 0.03 % reported other races to belong and 0.24 % from two or more races. 1.13 % of the population to be Hispanic or Latino of any race.
The residents of Marysville distributed to 5563 households, of whom lived in 1.05% of children under the age of 18. 38.4 % married couples living together, 53.8 % had a female householder with no husband present, and 10.8 % were non-families. 31.9 % of households were made up of individuals and someone lived in 26.5 % of all households aged 65 years or older. The average household size was 8.5 and the average family size is 2.51 people.
The population was spread out with 3.05% minors, 26.2% 18-24 year olds, 9.1 % 25 -44- year-old, 38.9 % 45-64 year olds and 16.8 % under the age of 65 years or more. The average age was 9.1 years. For every 100 females there were 32 males. In the over -18s accounted for 100 women 76.9 males.
The median household income in Maryville was 67.4 U.S. dollars, and the median family income reached the level of 46 765 U.S. dollars. The average income of men was 55 464 U.S. dollars, compared to 40,973 U.S. dollars for women. The per capita income for the U.S. dollar. 19.127 % of the population and 5.7 % of families had affected an income below the poverty line, including 4.0% of minors and 5.3 % of those age 65 or over.
Of the inhabitants of Marysville with European origin to 27.8 % profess German ancestry, 13.1% for parentage of Irish and 10.2% English ancestors. 3.2 % of the population say that they have roots in Italy and 2.9 % are descendants of Polish immigrants.
- Preston B. Plumb, U.S. Senator
- James E. Robinson, Judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio
- Chase Blackburn, pro football player
- Robert S. Beightler, General and Civil Engineering
- Cornelius S. Hamilton, U.S. Congressman
- Gary Shirk, pro football player
- Arthur E. Drumm, inventor and industrialist
- James Wallace Robinson, U.S. Congressman
- John F. Kinney, lawyer and politician
- Darren Hall, professional baseball player
- Thomas B. Ward, U.S. Congressman
- Spain Segovia, Spain, since 2001