Marguerite Marsh

Marguerite Marsh (April 18, 1888 December 8, 1925) was an American actress of the silent era. She appeared in 73 films between 1911 and 1923. Early in her career, she was known as Margaret Loveridge.[1]

Marguerite Marsh
Marguerite Marsh
Born(1888-04-18)April 18, 1888
DiedDecember 8, 1925(1925-12-08) (aged 37)
Other namesMargarita Loveridge
Marguerite Loveridge
Margaret Marsh
Years active19111923
RelativesMae Marsh (sister)
Frances Marsh (sister)
Oliver T. Marsh (brother)
Warne Marsh (nephew)


Marsh was the eldest child of S. Charles Marsh and May T. Warne born in Lawrence, Kansas, and she died in New York City from complications of bronchial pneumonia. She was the sister of actress Mae Marsh, editor Frances Marsh, and cinematographer Oliver T. Marsh.

According to the 1910 Census for Los Angeles, California, Margeurite Marsh was living with her mother, May, and stepfather, William Hall, and she was listed as being married to Donald Loveridge with a daughter Leslie Loveridge. Her daughter appeared in one film called The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913) with Marguerite's sister Mae.

In 1915, she joined the Reliance-Majestic Studios; The Housemaid was her first film for that company.[2] Earlier she had worked for the Biograph Company and Keystone Studios.[3]

Selected filmography


  1. "Very Brief Biography of Lovely Mae Marsh". Austin American-Statesman. Texas, Austin. September 18, 1917. p. 3. Retrieved September 7, 2018 via
  2. "About Photoplays and Photo Players". The Anaconda Standard. Montana, Anaconda. July 4, 1915. p. 40. Retrieved September 7, 2018 via
  3. "Player Notes". The News-Herald. Pennsylvania, Franklin. April 11, 1913. p. 7. Retrieved September 7, 2018 via
  • 1900 United States Federal Census, El Paso Ward 2, El Paso, Texas; Roll T623_1631; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 21.
  • 1910 United States Federal Census, Los Angeles Assembly District 75, Los Angeles, California; Roll T624_84; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 100; Image: 1107.
  • Bismarck, North Dakota "Marguerite Marsh Dies", The Bismarck Tribune, December 9, 1925, p. 1.
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