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Sutherland, J. Hanaur, M. D., was born at Toronto, Ontario, Can., and was a son of John G. Sutherland, now deceased.
Mr. Sutherland attended the public schools at Toronto and at an early age developed a taste for medicine and snrgery.
When the war broke out he enlisted in the Confederate army as a steward in the hospital corps, and served for three
and a half years, leaving the service with the rank of hospital steward. In 1865 he entered the University of Philadelphia,
Pa., and was graduated with honors in 1867. From 1867 to 1870 he was located in California, practicing his profession
as well as interested in mining, and in the latter year removed to Oil Creek, Pa. where he engaged in the oil business
until 1876, when be removed to Butler county and again took up his practice as a physician and surgeon. Later he
visited Mexico and made a close study of surgery as practiced in that country. In 1888 he settled at Washington,
D. C., and practiced there until 1892, wheu he removed to Niagara Falls, N.Y., and where he has since been engaged
in the practice of his profession, making a specialty of the diseases of women and children; he is also largely
interested in Colorado; he is rated as one of the most successful surgeons in New York State.
Landmarks of Niagara County, New York
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