CHARLES C. CRAMPTON, M. D.
Among the men who stand as distinguished types of the world's workers, Dr. Charles C. Crampton, a well known
physician of Delphi, Carroll county, Indiana, is a man of fine intellectual and professional attainment, of most
gracious personality and a strong and noble character. He has labored with rare zeal in the practice of medicine
and has lent honor and dignity to the profession. Now in the prime of life he enjoys a large practice in Delphi
and Carroll county. Dr. Crampton was born on June 15, 1872, in Logansport, Indiana, and is the son of the Hon.
A. B. and Louvisia (Alford) Crampton, the former of whom was born in Elkhart, Indiana, and who was the editor of
the Citizen's Times, of Delphi, and governor of the Marion Soldiers' Home.
Charles C. Crampton was educated in the Delphi high school and at Notre Dame Academy, from which he was graduated
in 1889. Afterward he entered Purdue University and was graduated from the pharmaceutical course in 1891. He then
spent two years at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Chicago, and afterward in the Kentucky School of Medicine
at Louisville, graduating with the class of 1893. He began the practice of medicine immediately at Delphi and was
first in partnership with Dr. W. Smith. Since the latter's death, Doctor Crampton has been in the practice alone.
In 1900 Dr. Charles C. Crampton was married to Flora B. Fisher, a native of the Hoosier state and a granddaughter
of Robert Fisher, a prominent pioneer citizen of the Hoosier state. Doctor and Mrs. Crampton have one son, William,
who is eleven years old.
Fraternally, Doctor Crampton is a member of the Indiana State Medical Society and the Eleventh District of Indiana
Counselor's Association of Railway Surgeons. He is prominent in Masonic circles and also belongs to the Knights
of Pythias and the Elks. Politically, Doctor Crampton is a Democrat.
History of Carroll County, Indiana
Its People, Industries and Institutions
By: John C. Odell
B. F. Bowen & Company
Carroll County, IN
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