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Is one of the wide awake and progressive physicians of the county. His family came from Atlanta, Ga. His mother was a Franks and his father is W. R. Marchman, who was born and reared in Georgia, and is now traveling salesman living in Grand Saline. He and his wife nee Fannie Franks, were married in 1868. They have three children. One is a merchant in Lindale, Texas, R. G. Marchman, another, O. F. Marchman, a druggist in Grand Saline, Texas. Dr. Marchman was born in Jefferson, Texas, in 1872, and was educated at Mineola, Tex., Kilgore, Texas and St. Louis, and has received a high degree of educational advantages and began his practice in 1899. He has practically lived in Van Zandt County all his life, and is identified with her every interest. The Doctor is a member of the M. E. Church, South, is a member of A. F. & A. M., K of P., Macabees, K. & L. of H., and W. O. W. The Doctor entered the Drug Company of V. T. Hart & Son in 1890, where he began the study of Medicine. He served as preseciptionist (sic) nine years. He graduated in St. Louis, Mo. Medical College, and also at Medical Branch of Washington University in 1899, served in city hospital and polyclinic in St. Louis, moved to Grand Saline in 1889, took a postgraduate course in New Orleans Polyclinic 1901, a post graduate course in N. Y. Polyclinic, and the N. Y. Post Graduate School in 1903. He is now the local surgeon in Grand Saline of the T. & P. Railroad, a regular practitioner and surgeon. He is taking high rank among the physicians of the country in every respect.