Biographical Sketch of Jesse D. Garr, M. D.

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JESSE D. GARR, M. D. A physician whose practice has brought him into relations with a large number of citizens in the northern and western parts of Madison County, Dr. Garr has been a capable member of his profession for many years, and enjoys a high reputation both in the fraternity and among his patients and fellow citizens.

Jesse D. Garr was born in 1856 in Howard County, Indiana, near Kokomo, a son of William and Lucy B. (Clore) Garr. William Garr was a native of Virginia, spent a number of years in Kentucky, and from that state moved to Indiana, The ten children in this family were Flo, Mildred, Mollie, Betty, Barbara, Abe, Crawford, Jesse D., John F., id Jennie, the last named being deceased.

Dr. Garr as a boy attended the common schools of Howard County, and spent a number of years as a farmer, He prepared for college in Howard County, and later entered the Cincinnati Eclectic Medical College where he was graduated M. D. in September, 1896. He practiced first in west Middleton, and Converse, then in Sims Township, for two years had his office and practice at Campbellsburg, and since that time has been in Summitville.

Dr. Garr was first married to Miss Laura Parson, now deceased, Their six children were William, Fred, Lela, Roy, Ralph, and Homer, After the death of his first wife Dr. Garr married Miss Sadie Hatfield, Fraternally he is affiliated with the Masonic Order at Summitville, and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows No, 691, In politics he is a Democrat.



MLA Source Citation:

Forkner, John. History of Madison County, Indiana: a narrative account of its historical progress, its people and its principal interests. Chicago: The Lewis publishing company, 1914. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 31 August 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/indiana/biographical-sketch-of-jesse-d-garr-m-d.htm - Last updated on Aug 29th, 2012


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