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Violette, Jerry Deane

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Violette, Jerry Deane
March 13, 2007 11:37AM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed.,
1887, Grant Co.

DR. JERRY DEANE VIOLETTE, a native of Kenton County, Ky., was born
September 7, 1850, and is a son of Dr. Culvan F. and Susan (Deane)
Violette, natives, respectively, of Carroll and Gallatin Counties.
Thompson Violette, the father of Dr. Culvan F., was born in New
Orleans, and was of French extraction. William Deane, the father of
Mrs. Susan Violette, was born in Virginia, came to Kentucky, and first
located in Clark County, but afterward moved to Gallatin. He was in
the battle of the Thames, and was for a number of years magistrate and
high sheriff of Gallatin County. Dr. Culvan F. Violette now resides in
Gallatin County, in retirement, having relinquished the practice of
medicine. Dr. Jerry D. Violette was reared in Gallatin County, to
which county he was taken at the age of five. At the age of
twenty-five he began the study of medicine under his father, and
graduated from the Ohio Medical College, Cincinnati, in 1881,
beginning practice the same year at Williamstown, Ky., where he is
still profitably employed. January 15, 1884, he married Miss Futha
Bell Carder, daughter of William F. Carder. The Doctor is a Royal
Arch Mason, and also an Odd Fellow, and has passed all the chairs in
both orders; is also a member, and one of the founders, of the Grant
County Medical Society.

Violette Deane Carder
Kenton-KY Carroll-KY Gallatin-KY Clark-KY OH LA VA

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