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    ADAM M. STROCK, V. S., who is recognized as one of the leading veterinary surgeons in Western Ohio, has been a resident of Troy for the past sixteen years, but was born in Clark County, Ohio, in 1850.

    Dr. Strock was reared on the home farm near Christiansburg and obtained his education in the common schools, at Lincoln Hill Academy, and at New Carlisle, and later received his diploma from the Ohio State University at Columbus, when thirty years of age. He then purchased the farm of James Kincade, situated one mile east of Casstown, in Miami County, and resided there until the spring of 1893, when he gave up farming and came to Troy to engage in the practice of his profession. He still owns his farming land and keeps things moving there, but for the past twenty years his greatest interest has been in the line of professional work. In this connection he is known all through the western part of the state.

    Dr. Strock was married (first) to Miss Rosetta Wrigley, of Elizabeth Township, and six children were born to this union, namely: Clara; Lillie, who is the wife of John Bates of Dayton, Ohio; Minnie, who is the wife of James Kingham of Casstown, now a resident of Indianapolis, Indiana; Nellie, who is the wife of Edward Lauber of Troy; Glenn, who is engaged in business at Troy; and Anna, who resides at home. Dr. Strock was married (second) to Mrs. Nellie Beedle, of Greenville, Darke County, Ohio. For forty years Dr. Strock,. has been a member of the Christian Church. He is an Odd Fellow and has membership in the Lodge at Christiansburg, Champaign County, Ohio.

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