History of Kentucky, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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American Historical Society, 1922 - Kentucky
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Page 100 - ... the State of New York March 6, 1843; emigrated with his parents when he was but a few years old to Wisconsin, settling in the western part of that State; received a common school and academic education; volunteered as a private in Company G, Twenty-seventh Wisconsin Infantry, with which regiment he served until the close of the war, being mustered out with the rank of captain; in the early summer of 1866 he went to Colorado, where he resided nine years, making his home in the counties of Gilpin...
Page 58 - He is a member of the County, State, and American Medical Associations and the Milwaukee Academy of Medicine.
Page 69 - Republic, and both he and his wife were zealous members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Page 202 - For years he was a member of the board of stewards of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was on the school board and member of the city council.
Page 206 - Tennessee, and took its four-year medical course, from which he was graduated in 1914 with the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
Page 65 - Basham is a Knight Templar Mason and a Noble of the Mystic Shrine.
Page 94 - Cskaloosa and a representative of one of the old and honored families of this- section of the state.
Page 298 - ... a thorough grasp of -the law and the ability accurately to apply its principles.
Page 290 - Fraternally he is affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, being a charter member of the lodge at Sholdesville.
Page 31 - Knights of Pythias and a member of the Improved Order of Red Men.

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