A history of Texas and Texans . subse-quently rising to the rank of colonel in the command ofGeneral Benjamin McCulloch. He served valiantlythroughout the war, and was wounded slightly on severaloccasions, his engagements including the battles of OakEidge and House of Seven Gables. After the restoration of peace Dr. FeUd took a post-graduate course in medicine at Philadelphia, and in 1865went to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he remained inpractice for five years. In 1870 he removed to the OldBoggy depot, in Indian Territory, but in 1872 came toDenison as fine of this citys earliest physicians, h

A history of Texas and Texans . subse-quently rising to the rank of colonel in the command ofGeneral Benjamin McCulloch. He served valiantlythroughout the war, and was wounded slightly on severaloccasions, his engagements including the battles of OakEidge and House of Seven Gables. After the restoration of peace Dr. FeUd took a post-graduate course in medicine at Philadelphia, and in 1865went to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he remained inpractice for five years. In 1870 he removed to the OldBoggy depot, in Indian Territory, but in 1872 came toDenison as fine of this citys earliest physicians, h Stock Photo
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A history of Texas and Texans . subse-quently rising to the rank of colonel in the command ofGeneral Benjamin McCulloch. He served valiantlythroughout the war, and was wounded slightly on severaloccasions, his engagements including the battles of OakEidge and House of Seven Gables. After the restoration of peace Dr. FeUd took a post-graduate course in medicine at Philadelphia, and in 1865went to Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he remained inpractice for five years. In 1870 he removed to the OldBoggy depot, in Indian Territory, but in 1872 came toDenison as fine of this citys earliest physicians, herecontinuing in practice until the time of his death, Jan-uary 31, 1906. Dr. Feild was justly accounted one ofDenisons most helpful and progressive men. At alltimes he did all in his power to promote the interestsof his adopted community and saw his labor bear fruitin the various walks of life. A successful physician andsurgeon, he also demonstrated his ability in financialmatters as one of the founders of the National Bank of. ^^^l.^vt^Q^^ TEXAS AND TEXANS 1617 Denison, was prominent in Masonic circles, and met withtUe appreciation of his fellow citizens in public matters, his record during his two terms in the State Legislatureand in other offices of the county and State being anactive and honorable one. Dr. Feild married SusanElizabeth McClain, who was born September 23, 1855, atOsceola, Missouri, of Seotch-Englisli descent, aud oftheir children two are living: Mis. W. J. Mathis, thewife of Judge W. J. Matbis, of Sherman, Texas, andJulian Clarence. Julian C. Feild received his early education in thepublic schools of Denison, subsequently attended Har-shaw s Academy, of this city, and then became a studentin the University of Texas, at Austin. In 1902 he wasgraduated from Cumberland University, Lebanon, Ten-nessee, with the degree of Bachelor of Science, and hisfirst work at his profession was that of railroad locationand construction, in which he continued to be engagedfrom

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