Samuel  Harrell


          SAMUEL HARRELL, Noblesville, Indiana, was born in Fairland, Shelby county, Indiana, April 17, 1869, son of  Judge Wick  and  Lodema Anne (Drake) Harrell.  He attended the common schools of Shelby county, was graduated from Central College at Danville, Indiana, pursued a normal school teachers' course in Acton (Indiana) College, and taught school for three years.  His medical preceptor was  Dr. Moses R. Gilmore, of Fairland, Indiana.  He was a student in the Manitoba Medical College, at Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1890; in the homťopathic department of the University of Michigan, 1891-3, winning the M. D. degree; and at Vienna, Austria, in 1900, making a special study of surgery.  He has practiced in Noblesville, Indiana. since August, 1893.  He was pension examiner from 1893 to 1897, was secretary of the Indiana State Institute of Homťopathy for two terms, 1904 and 1905, and also belongs to the American Institute of Homťopathy, Knights of Pythias, Maccabees, Independent Order of Knights of the Maccabees and Fraternal Order of Eagles.  He married Vivian Venus Voss, and their children are Hahnemann VossSamuel Runnels and  Maurice Harrell.
"History of Homeopathy and Its Institutions in America", pp. 405-406, (King, William Harvey, The Lewis publishing company, 1905)

          Dr. Samuel Harrell, Noblesville, was elected president of the Indiana Institute of Homťopathy, at a meeting of this society held at Indianapolis, May 23d-24th.
 "The Critique", (Denver Journal Publishing Company, 1906).

Contributed by Mary Harrell-Sesniak

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