Marshall Highland County, Ohio
Marshall: City in Ohio, United States of America
Marshall is a city located in the county of Highland in the U.S. state of Ohio. Its population at the 2010 census was 1,029. After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 1,012 inhabitants.
Marshall Quick Facts
|Population :||1,012 (2020)|
|Country :||United States of America|
|State :||Ohio (United States)|
|County :||Highland County|
|Time Zone :||America/New_York|
|Local time :||05:08:08 (18th May 2022)|
|Population growth :||-1.68% (2010-2020)|
Marshall is located at 39°9'7"N 83°29'6"W (39.1520100, -83.4849200).
According to census records, the population of Marshall decreased by 1.68% in 10 years.
People born in Marshall (1)
American educator Charles P. Cary was born in Marshall
Schools in Marshall
College & universities near Marshall, OH
|205966||Southern State Community College||Hillsboro (OH)||45133-9406|
|201751||Chatfield College||Saint Martin (OH)||45118-9705|
|206507||Wilmington College||Wilmington (OH)||45177|
|409537||Pike County Joint Vocational School District||Piketon (OH)||45661|
|204820||Ohio University-Chillicothe Campus||Chillicothe (OH)||45601-0629|
Amtrak & bus stations near Marshall, OH
|MAY||Maysville||West Front St & Rosemary Clooney St||RAIL|
|SPM||South Portsmouth–South Shore station||Main St & US 23||RAIL|
|CIG||Cincinnati, OH||1005 Gilbert Avenue||BUS|
|CIN||Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal||1301 Western Ave.||RAIL|
|COL||Columbus, OH||111 East Town Street||BUS|
Post offices near Marshall
|Post Office Name||City||ZIP|
|Hillsbor Post Office||Hillsboro (OH)||45133|
|Sinking Spring Post Office||Sinking Spring (OH)||45172|
|Bainbridg Post Office||Bainbridge (OH)||45612|
|Latham Post Office||Latham (OH)||45646|
|Leesburg Post Office||Leesburg (OH)||45135|
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- Marshall , Illinois city in Clark County, Illinois, United States with a population of 3,774 people.
- Marshall , Michigan city in the U.S. state of Michigan with a population of 3,117 people.
- Marshall , New York town in the U.S. state of New York with a population of 2,109 people.
- Marshall , Arkansas city in Searcy County, Arkansas, United States with a population of 1,327 people.
- Marshall , North Carolina town in the U.S. state of North Carolina with a population of 916 people.
- Marshall , Wisconsin village in Dane County, Wisconsin with a population of 687 people.
- Marshall , Alaska city in the U.S. state of Alaska with a population of 462 people.
- Marshall , Minnesota city in Lyon County, Minnesota, United States with a population of 370 people.
- Marshall , Indiana town in Washington Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States with a population of 315 people.
- Marshall , Oklahoma town in Logan County, Oklahoma, United States with a population of 305 people.
- Marshall , North Dakota unincorporated community in North Dakota with a population of 66 people.
Other cities in Highland County
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Highland County , OH.
|Hillsboro||6,578||City in and the county seat of Highland County, Ohio, United States|
|Russell||5,177||Township in Geauga County, Ohio|
|New Market||1,888||Township in Highland County, Ohio|
|Lynchburg||1,493||Village in Ohio, United States|
|Greenfield||1,420||Large village in Highland and Ross counties, Ohio, United States|
|Leesburg||1,321||Village in Ohio, United States|
|Danville||1,014||Village in Knox County, Ohio, United States|
|Prospect||994||Human settlement in Marion County, Ohio, United States of America|
|Highland||833||Village in Highland County, Ohio, United States|
|Mowrystown||353||Human settlement in Highland County, Ohio, United States of America|
|Sinking Spring||131||Village in Highland County, Ohio|
Distance to Other Cities
Marshall distances to largest Ohio cities