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DAVID F. OLINGER


Source: Zach, Karen Bazzani. Montgomery Medicine Men & Women, Pre 1900. Crawfordsville, Indiana: Montgomery County Historical Society. ?


David F. Olinger was born near Greenville, Tennessee in 1835 and died in Browns Valley, Indiana Feb 27, 1893. He attended Nashville Medical College and shortly thereafter enlisted as a Surgeon in the Confederate Army. He was taken prisoner and sent to Camp Douglas in Chicago where he remained until the close of the war. After the close of the war he came to Montgomery County, locating at Browns Valley, following Dr. Orear who left in 1867. He was especially successful in the treatment of the diseases of children and enjoyed an enviable practice.


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