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HOLLOWAY, James Montgomery, physician, born in Lexington, Kentucky, 14 July, 1834. He was educated at Oakland college, Mississippi, and Centre college, Danville, Kentucky, and in 1857 was graduated in medicine at the University of Louisiana. He practised at Vernon, Madison County, Mississippi, and in 1861-'5 served as a surgeon in the Confederate army. In 1863 he was senior medical officer, and appointed president of the medical examining board of all the hospitals in Richmond. He was professor of anatomy in Louisville college, Kentucky, in 1865-'6, of physiology in 1866-'7, in 1867-'70 held the chair of physiology and medical jurisprudence in the Kentucky school of medicine, from-1870 till 1874 was professor of physiology and clinical surgery in Louisville medical college, and from 1874 till 1877 professor of surgery in the hospital college of the medical department of Central university, Kentucky. He has written much for medical periodicals.
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