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McKinley - Lawrence Dow

Source: Crawfordsville Daily Journal, Jan. 7, 1904 p 6
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller were called to Marshall New Year's   Day by the death of Dr. L. D. McKinley. Many old time friends   will recall with pleasure the residence of Dr. McKinley in this   place about twenty-one years ago, and be soory [sic] to learn of   his death, although he had reached the allotted time of three   score years and ten. His remains were taken to Mattoon, Ill.,   Saturday for burial. He left a widow but no children.

Source: Indiana Certificate of Death # 154
Marshall, Washington Township, Montgomery County, Indiana
Died 12-31-1903 aged 70 Years 5 Months 17 Days
Occupation: Doctor
Born: 7-23-1833 - born Indiana
Wife: Amanda McKinley
Father: Samuel McKinley born Tennessee
Mother: Mary Dicks born Kentucky
Dr. M.H. Teague filed = George W. Newlin Undertaker
Buried Mattoon Ill
Informant: Amanda McKinley
Dr ? (unreadable) attended him Oct 13, 1903 to Dec 31 when he died at 3 o'clock a.m. ?
scerosis of liver . had about 3 months

Source: Directory of Deceased American Physicians (some information incorrect but good to have his graduation and medical viewpoint)
Born 1834
Died 1 Jan 1904 Marshall, Ind
Type of Practice: ALlopath
License Iowa 1887
ILlinois 1887
Hospital Topecan KS State Hospital
Medical School: Colleege of Physicians and Surgeons, Keokuk, University of Iowa Medical Department 1885

Source: St. John, Harrison County, Iowa 1870 census
#142 - McKinley, L.D. 34 Physician --/400 Indiana
Martha 31 Ind
Arrabel 12 Iowa

Source: Iowa 5th District Civil War Draft Registration taken July 17, 1862 by SC Brownell
Corydon - Lorenzo D. McKinley age 29 - County Clerk married b Ind

Source: Biographical and Historical Record of Wayne & Appanoose Counties, Iowa.  Chicago Il 1886

Bethlehem is on eof the oldest points in Wayne County - platted June 6, 1853 by Columbus & Martha Parr.... In 1857, Bethelehem was a good town ...Dr. L.D. was practicing medicine

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