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WILSON, HENRY, M. D., resident physician of Harrisburg Hospital, was born in Warrensville, Lycoming county, Pa., December 23, 1869, son of Andrew F. and Ann (Casner) Wilson. He received his primary education in the public schools of Elder township, and was graduated from the Lycoming County Norma School at Muncy, in the class of 1888, after which he studied one year at the State Normal School at Millersville. For the next four years he taught in the public schools of Lycoming county, and then took a course in the Business College at Williamsport, and for one year served as accountant and clerk in a general store at Ambler, Pa. October 1, 1892, he entered the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, from which he was graduated in June, 1895. During his first vacation he was a teacher in the Spencerian Business College f Philadelphia. On June 10, 1895, he was appointed resident physician of the hospital and took charge on June 24. In his political views Dr. Wilson is a Republican. He is a member of Lodge No. 1045, I. O. O. F. at Ambler, and was a member of the Good Templars at Muncy up to the date of their disbanding. He is a member of the Baptist church at Ambler.



Historical Review of Dauphin County

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Date of Transcription: 21 November 2000

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