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    CHARLES A. HARTLEY, M.D., one of Troy's best established physicians and surgeons, was born in 1847, in Columbiana County, Ohio, and secured the larger part of his literary education at Columbus Grove. In early manhood Dr. Hartley made his choice of profession. After proper preparation he attended medical lectures at Western Reserve College, at Cleveland, Ohio, and later the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati, where he was graduated in February, 1871. For a short time he practiced in Kansas and then returned to Ohio, locating for six months in Warren County and then settling at Casstown, in Miami County, where he continued for twenty years, when, in April, 1892, he came to Troy. He is identified with all the leading medical bodies of his school of practice, including the State and National Eclectic Associations, the Central Ohio Eclectic Medical Association, the Miami County Medical Association, and the Ohio State Medical Association. In 1875, Dr. Hartley was married to Miss Sarah M. Allen, who formerly was a popular teacher in the public schools of Troy, and the wife of M. T. Rossiter, of this city. Dr. Hartley is a member of the Presbyterian Church. He is a Knight Templar Mason and belongs also to the Odd Fellows. In his character as a citizen, he is they (sic) have one daughter, Clara E., who is broad minded and public spirited.

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