M. B. NARAMORE, dentist, Linesville, was born in East Fallowlield Township, this county, April 15, 1842, son
of Levi and Sarah A. (Barber) Naramore, natives of Steuben County, N. Y., and who came to this county in 1836,
settling on a farm in East Fallowfield Township. They were parents of five children and were consistent members
of the Baptist Church. Levi died in the fall of 1843; his widow, being left with the five children, was obliged
to surrender our subject to the care of others, who gave him no advantages (other than what might be derived from
hard work), and who returned him to his mother at the age of about nine years, poorly clad and in delicate health.
During our subject's stay with his grandfather, his mother married William Campbell, by whom she had one son. Mr.
Campbell died before M. B. returned home; the widow died in 1867. Our subject attended school after leaving his
grandfather, received a partial academic education, and in 1862 commenced the study of dentistry with his uncle,
John Naramore, at Rochester, N. Y., then entered on the practice of his profession in 1868, in Linesville, Penn.
where he has since continued with eminent success. The Doctor has been a member of Lake Erie Dental Association,
and Pennsylvania State Dental Society each for over twelve years. He has practiced his profession for past six
years, each alternate two weeks at Linesville and Conneautville, Penn., and at both places enjoys a first class
connection. Dr. Naramore was married, October 12, 1869, to Miss Emma E. Deiter, a native of Livingston County,
N. Y. Our subject owns a fine residence centrally located in Linesville. He is a member of the I. O. O. F., and
R. A., in politics is an anti monopolist.
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