Edward Enoch, Dr.
of Clark Township, Ladoga, and part of Scott Township, Montgomery
Co., Indiana, 1828 to 1971.
Walters, Crystal Pauline Randel.
Dr. Edward Enoch BARNETT born 1839, son of William and Mary Ellis
Barnett, who lived northeast of Ladoga, was a captain in the Civil
War in a cavalry unit. He was in Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia.
He began the study of medicine after he came home from the war,
under Dr. James S. McCLELLAND, spring of 1865. Then he began to
practice in partnership with Dr. McClelland. I think he attended
a medical college, too, for Dr. GRIFFITH said he knew him, as they
were classmates in school. TB had such a hold on him; he knew he
had to get a different climate. He started to California, but he
died at Maryville, California, and it´s said that he is buried
there in an unmarked grave. He never married. He taught school
at Greenwood School west of New Ross, and it´s said he named
the school. But the ones who gave the land for a school had come
from an area in Butler Co., Ohio, called Greenwood, so it could
have been named by more than one.