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D. T. D. DYCHE, Warren County, Ohio
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Transcription contributed by Martie Callihan 1 December 2004

The History of Warren County Ohio
Part V. Biographical Sketches
Turtlecreek Township
(Chicago, IL: W. H. Beers Co, 1882; reprint, Mt. Vernon, IN: Windmill Publications, 1992)

Page 737

DR. D. T. D. DYCHE. dentist, Lebanon; was born in Warren Co., Ohio. June 18. 1827; his father, George Dyche, was of Gerrnan Irish descent and a farmer by occupation; his mother, Rachael (Tullis) Dyche, was a native of Virginia. Our subject was the only son of eight children, and is the only one of his family now surviving; he attended a country school during his youth, and later studied the higher mathematics and the classics at the Lebanon Academy, he also took a course of study under an eminent Irish professor, who taught a private school in the neighborhood of his home at Red Lion. In 1849, he commenced rending medicine with Dr. Charters, of Lebanon, with whom he also obtained his primary instructions in dentistry; he afterward went South with Dr. Charters and attended medical lectures in Augusta, Ga., from whence he went to Savannah in the same State, where he engaged in practicing dentistry. In 1852, he came to Lebanon, where he has since been in practice. On the 25th of November, 1850, he married Miss Georgia A. Charters, daughter of his old preceptor. By her he has had four children, two boys and two girls, viz., William C., Daisy, Eveline and Frederick, all now living. During the rebellion, the Doctor enlisted in the O. N. G. and served three months at Fayette C. H., W Va. He afterward became Captain of Company A, 131st O. N. G , in which capacity he continued until the disbandment of the company; he is of a scientific turn of mind and an enthusiastic geologist, his researches in this science having been rewarded with a large number of very fine and valuable specimens; his cabinet of fossils may well be the envy of one who spends much more time in the pursuit of this study than the Doctor.

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