FRANK D. MYERS, M.D., of Slate Hill, N. Y., is a descendant of one of Orange County's oldest families. He was
born in the town of Greenville, N. Y., where he attended public school. This was supplemented by a course of private
tutoring near Newburgh, after which he taught school two years in the town of Minisink. Dr. Myers graduated in
medicine from the University of Michigan in 1887, and has since been engaged in practice at Slate Hill. He is a
member of the County and State Medical Societies, and the American Medical Association.
He married Miss Margaret Hall, of Ridgebury, and a son, Frank D., was born to them in 1908.
Dr. Myers is a son of Samuel S. and Mary Elizabeth (Elston) Myers. His grandfather was Daniel C. Myers, his great
grandfather Daniel Van Auker Myers, and his great great grandfather Daniel, the first of that name in this locality,
who participated in the battle of Minisink. The flint lock musket he carried is in the possession of Dr. Myers.
The homestead upon which this man settled has remained in the possession of the family and is now owned and occupied
by Floyd E. Myers, a brother of the doctor.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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