George B. C. Elliott


GEORGE B. C. ELLIOTT, M.D., a popular young physician of Empire, Jefferson county, is a native of Beaver county, Penn., of which his parents were also natives. He is the son of Laughlin Elliott, who is a millwright by trade, but has devoted the greater part of his life to agriculture. The latter was married about 1861 to Matilda, daughter of Nicholas Dawson, of Beaver county, and nine children have been born to them, of whom four are living. One of these, Dr. Elliott, was born January 16, 1864. He received his early education in the Beaver county schools, and subsequently completed his literary studies at Washington and Jefferson academy at Cannonsburg, Penn. In 1885 he decided to devote himself to the profession of medicine and began reading with Dr. W. M. Bailey, of East Liverpool. One year later he entered with the Western Reserve medical college at Cleveland, and was there graduated in March 1889. In the following month he established himself at Empire, and is laying the foundations for an extensive and lucrative practice.

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