Member Biography

George Marlow 

Sessions Office Position District Party
1919-1920       28 Republican
1921-1922       28 Republican



07/09/1870 - 01/20/1955

George Marlow (R28) York County 1919-1922  

Early Life:

George Marlow, born July 9 , 1870, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England; son of Joseph and Elizabeth Black Marlow; educated at Leicester, the county seat of that county; after spending two years in a lawyer's once at Leicester and having finished school, came with his parents to Philadelphia, August 29, 1887; for one year after arriving in Philadelphia; clerk, office of The John E. Jenkins Company, Pottery Manufacturers, Port Richmond, Philadelphia; stenographer, Earnline Steamship Company, Bullitt Building, Philadelphia resigned after nineteen years; secretary, treasurer, York Metal and Alloy Company, York, 1907; engaged, other manufacturing companies, The Marlow Knitting Corporation, Brooklyn, New York; elected, Republican Pennsylvania State Senate, 1919-1922; married, Clara C Herzig Marlow; died, January 20, 1955 (aged 84), Seitz Convalescent Home, Dallastown, York County, Pennsylvania; interment, Saint Mary's-Saint Patrick's Cemetery Violet Hill, York County, Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Politics:

Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 28th district, York County, 1919-1922; committee assignments, Agriculture, Appropriations, Canals and Inland Navigation, Congressional Apportionment (Chairman), Education, Finance, Game and Fisheries, Judiciary Special, Legislative Apportionment, Municipal Affairs, Public Grounds and Buildings.


Cox, Harold. "Senate Members M"Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.

The Pennsylvania Manual, (1921-1922). Miller, H.P., (Compiler). Baker, W.H., (Assistant Compiler). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 1345, 1359, Biographical Sketches of Senators, page 1323. 

York Daily Record (York, Pennsylvania) · Friday, January 21, 1955 · Page 47.   

George Marlow (1870-1955) - Find a Grave Memorial