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Kate Belle Todd Holdredge of Inglewood CA

HOLDREDGE, Kate Belle Todd8, (Addison E.7, Eli6, Solomon5, James4, James3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Feb. 20, 1871, married in St. Charles, Minn., Nov. 19, 1892, Earl Harris, son of Chauncey H. and Betsey (Cook) Holdredge, who was born June 7, 1868. He was a farmer until about 1904, when he sold out and moved to Inglewood, Cal., where he went to teaming. Mrs. Holdredge taught school for some time before she was married. Children: I. Vera, b. July 27, 1894. II. Ruth, b. June 21,...

Frances L. Todd Gilmore of St. Charles MN

GILMORE, Frances L. Todd8, (Lorenzo U.7, Eli6, Solomon5, James4, James3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Jan. 8, 1864, married William Gilmore, of Hope, N. Dak., and was formerly of St. Charles, Minn. Children: I. Roscoe, b. Sept., 1889. II. Mildred, d. an infant. III. Dean, b. March 17, 1893. IV. Magie, b. Jan., 1896. V. Nellie, b. Sept. 7, 1898. VI. Arva, b. July 7,...

Biography of Harrison H. Guthrie, M. D.

Harrison H. Guthrie, M. D., has been in the active practice of his profession in San Bernardino since November, 1881. He came to California from St. Charles, Minnesota, where eighteen years of arduous labor and exposure in that rigorous climate had seriously impaired his naturally delicate constitution. He was born in Preston County, West Virginia, in April 1832, and is the son of a house carpenter, who was also a Virginian. The Doctor was left motherless when nine days old, and was taken and reared by his maternal grandparents in Maryland. Being of an active mental temperament, he advanced rapidly in his studies, and began teaching in the State of Pennsylvania, in his fifteenth year. At the age of twenty-one, after teaching a number of terms there and in Maryland, he came west to Illinois, and spent ten years in and about Rockford, where he taught ten terms, thus earning the means with which to obtain his medical education. He prosecuted his studies while teaching and during vacations, and had more than completed the required course of reading, but had not graduated when the war of the Rebellion broke out. In June, 1862, he enlisted as a private in the Sixty-seventh Volunteer Infantry, and did mostly post duty until honorably discharged, September 27, 1862. Going from camp to Rush College, Chicago, he graduated M. D. in the spring of 1863, and immediately entered the Chicago Hospital, then used as a military hospital, was made hospital steward and officiated as assistant surgeon, having charge of three wards. He entered the hospital under contract, at the solicitation of Dr. McVickar, surgeon...

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