Dr. James M. Middleton Sabine Parish, Louisiana

Dr. James M. Middleton, prominent physician of Many, was born at Simpkinsville, Monroe County, Alabama, September 2, 1866, and was reared on a farm.

He chose the medical profession for his life's work and graduated at Vanderbilt Medical College in 1890 and located at Many. He took polyclinics at New Orleans in 1893, a post-graduate course at Tulane Medical College in 1896, a second course in polyclinics in 1899, and has attended medical lectures since that time. He is a member of the Parish Medical Society, has held various offices in that society and assisted in its first organization.

Soon after locating in Many, Dr. Middleton was married to Miss Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Smith and to their union was born a most interesting family. Mrs. Middleton died in 1911. The doctor's eldest son is a graduate of the literary department of Vanderbilt University and is preparing himself for the bar by taking a law course at the State University.

Besides being a hard-working physician. Dr. Middleton has always taken an active interest in public enterprises, and is a splendid citizen.

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Source: History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, by John G. Belisle, Sabine Banner Press, 1913.


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