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Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Volume 8B – Battle – Perrin – Kniffin, 1886.
GEORGE M. CURRY, M. D., a native of Dearborn County, Ind., was born April 23, 1848. His parents were Elias and Lydia (Abraham) Curry. Elias Curry, a native of Pittsburg, Pa., resided in Kentucky awhile, then moved to Indiana. He is a founder by trade, and is still living at Dillsborough, Ind. He is a son of James Curry, a native of Wales. Mrs. Lydia Curry was born in Cleveland, Ohio, a daughter of George Abraham, a native of England. George M. Curry was reared in Aurora and Dillsborough, Ind., and educated at Moore’s Hill Male and Female Institute and at Holbrook’s Normal School, Lebanon, O., graduating from the former in 1867. He attended two full courses of medical lectures at the Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati, O., where he graduated with high honor in 1871. In 1872 he located at Owingsville, Ky., and practiced his profession until the fall of 1884, when he as engaged as assistant of Prof. W. W. Dawson, of the Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati. He served in that capacity about nine months, when he returned to Owingsville, where he has since resided, making a specialty of surgery, having thoroughly equipped himself with all necessary instruments while in Cincinnati. May 30, 1872, the Doctor married Miss Lou A. Tichenor, of Lebanon, O., a daughter of David and Eliza (Williams) Tichenor. They are the parents of five children, three of whom still survive, viz: Clifford T., Nina and Edna P. Dr. and Mrs. Curry are members of the Presbyterian Church, as is also Clifford T. Dr. Curry is a Republican politically; he is an able physician and a gentleman who is highly respected by all who know him.