Harry T. Fry, M. D.

Wills Point, Texas
Information transcribed from The Southland Vol. XII. No 1
Waco, Texas; Established March, 1892

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HARRY T. FRY, M.D.
Wills Point, Texas
Information transcribed from The Southland Vol. XII. No 1
Waco, Texas; Established March, 1892

The Frys came from Tennessee, and the grandfather was Capt. Wm. Fray, born in Tennessee. He was Captain of Company I, in Longstreet's Division. He moved to Kaufman County after the war, where he died in 1900. He was a farmer. The son, Dr. James M. Fry, was born in Tennessee, but came to Texas in 1876 and is himself a physician and lives in Wills Point, Texas, now. In 1874 he married Anna M. McBride, of Indiana. He and his wife are both living. Dr. Harry Fry was born in 1876, in Knightstown, Ind. He was educated in the usual way, but when he decided to become a physician he choose Forth Worth University as his alma mater, and graduated there. He began the practice in 1898. September 6, 1899, he married Miss Bertha E. Goodnight, of Wills Point. He has lived in Van Zandt County ten years, and came from Kaufman, whence he was brought by his parents at the age of 4 years from the State of Indiana. Dr. Fry is a member of the Christian Church, the Knights of Pythias, Van Zandt County Medical Society and the Tri-State Medical Society. The Doctor is doing well in his profession, is a partner with his father in the practice of medicine, has acquired some realty in his town and is a stockholder in the Van Zandt County National Bank. He is clever and genial, and placed this editor under many obligations for special favors and kindnesses.


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