D. K. WHITE, M.D., a prominent young physician of Jefferson county, residing at Richmond, was born in Marshall county, W. Va., September 8, 1863. He is the son of Joseph and Josephine (Marsh) White, the latter of whom was born in Ohio county, W. Va., of parents whow ere natives of Delaware, and the former of whom was a native of Marshall county, W. Va., of Virginian ancestry. In his youth, Dr. White had the advantages of a liberal education, being a student for some time at Richmond college, and subsequently he entered the medical department of the Western Reserve college, and was graduated in 1886. He began the practice of his profession at Dell Roy, Ohio, but eighteen months later removed to Richmond, where he is winning a creditable position in his profession. In addition to his practice he is connected with the Richmond college as an instructor, holding the professorship of anatomy, physicology and hygiene. The doctor is prominent socially also, is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and one of the trustees of the Richmond society. On September 9, 1885, Dr. White was married to Betella E. Ramsey, formerly a resident of Wintersville, Ohio and they have one daughter, Lota L.
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