Biography of Dr. George O. Maskey
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GEORGE O. MASKEY, M. D., was born in Nevada, this county, February 7, 1856. He is the son of Benjamin and Adaline (Zook) Maskey, natives of Cumberland County, Penn., and Wayne County, Ohio, respectively, and of German and Scotch parentage. They were married in Crawford County, and located at Nevada in 1853, rearing a family of three children, viz., George O., William F. and Jacob A. William F. is deceased, his death occurring July 25, 1882. George O. Maskey, the subject of this sketch, came to Upper Sandusky, with his parents in 1870. He was educated in the schools of Nevada and Upper Saudusky, graduating at the latter place in 1874. He entered the Ohio Wesleyan University in 1875, and remained at that institution three years, after which he returned to Upper Sandasky, and was engaged as Principal of the Union schools of that place during the school year of 1879-80. He began the study of medicine under the instruction of Robert A. Henderson in 1879, and entered the Cleveland Medical College in 1880, graduating in March, 1882. He ]ocated immediately at Upper Sandusky, forming a partnership with Dr. R. A. Henderson in 1882, with whom he still continues in the successful practice of his profession. He is a member of the Legion of Honor, and of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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