Simon B. Marye

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Simon B. Marye
3rd Mayor of Portland, Oregon
In office
1852–1853
Preceded by A. C. Bonnell
Succeeded by Josiah Failing
Personal details
Born Hillside, Shenandoah County, Virginia, United States
Died February 19, 1868(1868-02-19)
Butte, Montana, United States
Spouse(s) Sarah Chapman[1]
Profession Lawyer[1]

Simon Bolivar Marye was an American politician and lawyer. He served as Portland, Oregon's third mayor in 1852 and 1853,[2] after the unexpected resignation of A. C. Bonnell. He took office on November 15, 1852.[1] He was an attorney before the Supreme Court of the Territory of Oregon in December 1851.[3]

During three months in late 1864, Marye ran "contraband cotton and other needed items for use behind the lines for the Confederacy." He was practicing law in Vicksburg, Mississippi, at the time of his death.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Lansing, Jewel (2005). "Chapter 6: By Trial and Error". Portland People Politics and Power 1851-2001. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University Press. pp. 57–62. ISBN 0-87071-559-3. 
  2. ^ Scott, Harvey W. (1890). History of Portland, Oregon with illustrations and biographical sketches of prominent citizens and pioneers. Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., p. 198
  3. ^ Joseph G. Wilson, 1911 Reports of Cases Decided In The Supreme Court of Oregon from 1862 to 1869
Preceded by
A. C. Bonnell
Mayor of Portland, Oregon
1852–1853
Succeeded by
Josiah Failing