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    J. B. BEAMER, M.D.

    J. B. BEAMER, M.D., Fletcher. Of the medical profession of the village of Fletcher, who has established a reputation as a thorough read man in the science of medicine, is Dr. Beamer, who is a native of Champaign Co., Ohio; when but a boy of 4 years, his father (being also a physician) located in Fletcher, and was favorably known for nearly thirty years, under whom J. B. read; in the 19th year of his age, he commenced the practice of his profession in Fletcher; two years later, he entered the United States Army as a private volunteer of Co. E, 71st O. V.. I.; soon after the organization of the company, he was appointed as Sergeant; he entered service, and remained ten months, when he was discharge, having received a wound in the right lower limb by a cannon ball, at the battle of Shiloh; he was disabled from active duty in his profession for a period of eighteen months, when he again started in the practice of medicine, which he has successfully followed; in the year of 1867, he graduated from the Philadelphia Medical University; the Doctor is now well situated in the south part of Fletcher, where he has a fine little floral garden which he takes particular pride in caring for. The nuptials of Dr. Beamer and Martha F.A. Keller, a native of Maryland, were celebrated Dec. 16, 1869; they have one daughter, Lulu A., born May 24, 1873.

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