Ingraham, J.B., Coshocton, Ohio; physician and surgeon; born November 9, 1821, in Harrison county, Virginia; son of Jacob and Maria (Modisett) Ingraham. His paternal ancestors are English, and his maternal, Welch and French. He was brought up a farmer-boy until eighteen, when he began teaching school, and taught three schools. In 1844, he located at Athens, Athens county, Ohio, and at once began reading medicine with Dr. Carpenter, and began practice at Savannah, Athens county, Ohio, in 1847; his nex location was at Logan, Hocking county, Ohio, where he was married, March 7, 1847, to Miss Sarah E, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Fielding) Guthrie. They are the parents of nine children, viz: Maria, Olivia, now Mrs. Dr. T.J. Smith; Sarah E., Charles M., Frances Ellen, now Mrs Dr H.L. Mann; Emma G; John G, deceased; Rose E., Edgar, Floyd and Robert Jay. June 4, 1848, Dr Ingraham located at Plainfield, Coshocton county, Ohio, where he practiced until April 1, 1864, when he came to Coshocton. He has been eminently successful in his professional practice, especially as a surgeon.

[Source: "History of Coshocton County, Ohio:...",[1]; Hill, N.N.; pub. 1881, A.A. Graham & Co — BT - Sub by FoFG]

1. Hill, N. N. (Norman Newell); Graham, A. A. (Albert Adams), 1848-; History of Coshocton County, Ohio: its past and present, 1740-1881. Containing a comprehensive history of Ohio; a complete history of Coshocton County ... a history of its soldiers in the late war ... biographies and histories of pioneer families, etc; 1881, A.A. Graham & Co
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