J. N. Reynolds, BiographyPorter County biographical sketches . . . .

Transcribed biography of J. N. Reynolds

J. N. Eeynolds, M. D., Grand Haven, was born in Porter County, Ind., August 24th, 1844, his father, Justus Reynolds, being a prominent farmer and stock-raiser. When about 8 years of age, Mr. Reynolds removed with his parents to Ingersoll, Ontario, and there receiving a thorough classical education, he resolved to study medicine. At the age of 20 he entered the office of Dr. Springer, a prominent homeopathic physician of Ingersoll, with whom he remained one year. He then entered the Cleveland Homeopathic College, where he made rapid progress. After a six months' session he returned and spent another year with Dr. Springer. In November, 1866, he removed to St. Louis, entering the Missouri Homeopathic College, and graduating in the spring of 1867. He practiced six months in Baltimore, Mich., removing then to St. Clair, where he remained one year in partnership with Dr. G. Palmer. In November, 1869, Dr. Keynolds removed to Grand Haven, where he has a lucrative practice, and ranks among the best physicians in the State. In September, 1869, he married Florence E., eldest daughter of Captain S. C. Keeler, formerly of Detroit, and a prominent steamboat proprietor and inventor of the plan of building steam tugs with elevated cabins.

Source: Daughters of the American Revolution. 1882. History of Ottawa County, Michigan, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Chicago, Illinois: H. R. Page & Company. 131 p.
Page(s) in Source: 59-60

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