Frederick Sherman, M. D.
Source: 1885 History of Steuben County, IN p. 437
Frederick Sherman, M. D., is a native of Branch County, Mich., born in 1859, a son of Arthur H. Sherman. He was reared and educated in his native county, and after leaving school began the study of medicine with Dr. L. Sanders, now professor of eye and ear surgery in Beach Medical Institute, Indianapolis. He matriculated at Bennett Medical College, Chicago, Ill., where he attended two courses of lectures, in 1879-80 and 1880-81, graduating in the spring of 1881. He began his practice in Branch County, remaining there three years, and in September 1884, located in Flint, Ind. He is a young man of pleasing address, courteous manners and by his sympathy and tact inspires confidence in his patients and their friends and is rapidly building up a wide and lucrative practice. Dr. Sherman was married in 1880 to Zada Miller, a native of Branch County, Mich. They have one daughter - Maud.