Doctor Marlatt was born at Winchester January 2, 1875, being
the son of William P. and Hannah (Moorman) Marlatt, who are
both natives of Indiana. (See sketch on page 1116 of this work.) Doctor
Marlatt had the advantage of the common schools of Winchester and then
finished the high school course in a private school in Indianapolis, after
which he entered, in 1894, the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons and
graduated there from in the spring of1897. April 1, 1897, he began the
practice of medicine on Massachusetts avenue, near St. Clair street, and a
year later located at 760 Massachusetts avenue, where he has been in active
practice since. Doctor Marlatt has built up a large business and has
won a host of friends.|
He has been twice married, first, in September 1899, to Miss Margaret Dwyer, of Muncie, Indiana, a graduate nurse of the City Hospital of Indianapolis. Her death occurred in January 1901, and January 2, 1902, Doctor Marlatt married Miss Katharine C. Rottman, of Greenfield, Indiana, where she grew to womanhood and was educated. Mrs. Marlatt is the youngest of five daughters and two sons born to John H. and Elizabeth (Geiss) Rottman, who are both of German extraction. John H. Rottman was a native of Germany, emigrating to America in early manhood, and was a soldier in the Civil war.
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