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H. D. Hill  (37)
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Born July 20, 1839, Delaware County, OH  (37)
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Buried  
WIFE Mary E. Folks  (37)
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Married Ohio  (37)
CHILDREN Virgil Hill  (37)
  Harvey Hill  (37)
James R. Hill  (37)

 

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History of the State of Kansas
1883
     
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OCCUPATION
Kansas State Legislature in 1874  (37)
Medical Doctor  (37)
MILITARY
Private in the Thirty-second Ohio Volunteer Infantry  (37)
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BIOGRAPHY
H. D. HILL, M. D., was born in Delaware County, Ohio, July 20, 1839. He was educated and reared in his native State and when the war broke out he was studying medicine in Ohio and on August *, 1862, he enlisted as a private in the Thirty-second Ohio Volunteer Infantry. After serving seven months, he was transferred to the medical department, in which he served until July 19, 1865. Returning home he continued his studies, and in 1867 graduated from the medical department of the Michigan State University at Ann Arbor. In 1870 Dr. Hill came to Kansas, locating in Augusta Township, and has since been prominently identified with the development of the southern part of the county. He was the first clerk of the township and was elected to the State Legislature in 1874, and again in 1880, and was a member of a special session of the State Legislature during the month of September, 1874, and took an active part in securing the passage of the law regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors during the session of 1880. Politically he is a Republican. He was married in Ohio to Miss Mary E. Folks. They have three children - Virgil, Harvey and James R. The doctor is a member of the Masonic order.  (37)
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