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BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Baylis Wood Earle

DR. BAYLIS WOOD EARLE

Biography and Genealogy

(1801-1859)

 

Dr. Baylis Wood Earle, one of the early pioneer physicians of McLennan County was born in South Carolina in 1801, son of John Baylis and Sarah (Taylor) Earle. He was reared and educated in South Carolina, and later removed to Alabama. (continued below)


He adopted the profession of medicine and became an eminent practitioner. From Alabama he went to Mississippi, where he lived for a time and then removed to Texas, locating in Waco, where he became very successful in his profession. He was extremely conscientious in his practice and very charitable.

He died at his residence in Waco in 1859.

Dr. Earle was united in marriage to Eliza Harrison. They became the parents of nine children.

Dr. Earle died in 1859.

SOURCE

  • U.S. Work Projects Administration, Federal Writers’ Project

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