Biography of H. O. King
Clearfield County, PA Biographies

H. O. KING, M. D., the leading physician and surgeon at Curwensville, Pa., a member of the borough board of health, also district medical state inspector of Pike and Bloomfield township, and physician for the poor, has a private practice that covers many miles in Clearfield county. He was born in Clarion county, Pa., April 8, 1868, and has been a resident of Curwensville, since September, 1893.

Dr. King attended excellent schools in his youth and after leaving the seminary at West Farmington, O., studied medicine and entered Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia. After graduating he located at Curwensville, where he has continued to reside and here has become vitally connected with the best interests of town and people. He is a member of the Clearfield ccunty, Pennsylvania state and the American Medical Associations and has been president of the county body. In politics he is a Republican but holds his offices through personal worth rather than political patronage.

In September, 1889, Dr. King was married to Miss Gertrude Carriar, a daughter of Stewart D. Carriar, of Jefferson county, Pa., and they have three children: Olive, Orville and Elizabeth. Dr. and Mrs. King attend the Methodist Episcopal church. He belongs to the Royal Arcanum and the Royal Order of Moose. In addition to his other duties, Dr. King officiates as medical examiner for the following life insurance companies: Hartford, Conn., Life and Provident Trust Company; the Travelers; the Equitable; the Penn Mutual; Meridian; Mutual Benefit of New Jersey; Manhattan, and the Aetna, of Hartford, Conn.

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Twentieth Century History of
Clearfield County, Pennsylvania
and Representative Citizens.
BY: Roland D. Swoope, Jr.
Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co,
Chicago, Ill. 1911

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