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POPE, John Hunter, physician, born in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia, 12 February, 1845. He received his medical education at the universities of Louisiana and Virginia, and was graduated at the latter institution in 1868. He began to practise at Milford, Ellis County, Texas, in 1869, but in 1870 removed to Marshall, in the same state, where he has since resided. Previous to studying medicine he was a private soldier in the Confederate army from 1862 till 1865. From 1874 til1 1875 he was secretary of the Harrison county medical association, and in 1876-'7 he was first vice-president of the Texas state medical association. In 1877 he was appointed a member of the State board of medical examiners for the 2d judicial district. He has published a " History of Epidemic of Yellow Fever at Marshall, Texas " (1873) . "Report on Climatology and Epidemics of Texas" (1874)" and "Report on the Science and Progress of Medicine" (1875).
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