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    George S. Hyde, MD, physician, Piqua. Dr. Hyde is a native of Virginia; was born in the Shenandoah Valley in 1831, and received a liberal education at the academies of Virginia; he first studied with a view to becoming an engineer, but, after some experience, concluded to turn his attention to medicine; in 1856. he commenced practice in Preston Co., Va.; his diploma, from the Maryland State University, bears the signature of James Buchanan, he being a member of the board, and was signed by him while occupying the White House on the breaking-out of the rebellion, Dr. Hyde went to Maryland, where he remained until the spring of 1865, when he removed to Ohio and located at Lockington, Shelby Co., where he practiced several years, during which he was the chief member of the school board there; in 1870, he came to Piqua, and has been in practice here since, having enjoyed a very satisfactory and growing practice his residence is a new brick, on Ash street, near the southeast corner of Broadway. He married, in 1853, Miss Mary A. Newland; they have had four children, two of whom are living- Mrs. Joseph D. Sawyer and R. L., a young but promising dentist of Piqua.

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