Samuel E. Queen


DR. SAMUEL E. QUEEN, a prominent young veterinary surgeon of Steubenville, was born in Carroll county, Ohio, May 22, 1862. He is the son of Samuel G. and Harriet (Lewis) Queen, the former of whom was born in Carroll county, and the latter in Columbiana county. They are still living, and continue to occupy the old home farm in Carroll county where Dr. Queen was born. The latter was reared to manhood at the home of his parents. At twenty-one years of age, in the fall of 1883, he entered the Ontario veterinary college of Toronto, Canada, in which he took two courses of lectures, graduating March 27, 1885. On May 21st, of the same year, he located at Steubenville, where he has since been actively engaged in the practice of his profession, being now the city's leading veterinary surgeon. Dr. Queen was married May 6, 1886, to Jennie H. McCrea, of Columbiana county. THeir marriage has resulted in the birth of one child, Charles W., born June 15, 1887. The doctor and wife are members of the First Presbyterian church. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias and in politics he is a republican. He is in possession of a lucrative practice and has the full confidence of the public. He is the only practitioner in Steubenville who is a graduate of a veterinary college, and judging from his past experience, there is every reason to believe that he will be emineintly successful in the practice of his chosen profession.

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