Earnhardt, John M.

Faculty 1914-1917
Lecturer on Hygiene and Public Health

Birth: ca. 1887, Rowan County, North Carolina

Spouse: Daisy Myrtle Bost (1885-1932)
Married: November 10, 1915 Germantown, PA

Education: University College of Medicine, Richmond

Source: Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marriages 1885-1951.

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The Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), July 13 1914, p. 3

Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute

It is a matter of peculiar satisfaction that Dr. J. M. Earnhardt of Rowan county has decided to locate in Mt. Pleasant for the  practice of his profession. Dr. Earnhardt graduated from the Medical College of Richmond in the spring of 1913 and was retained as an instructor in the institution last session. He is well equipped for practice and comes highly recommended by President Mitchell and Dean McGuire. Dr. Earnhardt will be an Associate member of the Institute faculty, and will deliver lectures on physiology, hygiene, sanitation and kindred subjects. Dr. Earnhardt is an active member of the Lutheran church and will be welcomed to Holy Trinity congregation.

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The Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), August 21 1914, p. 1.

Mt. Pleasant News

Dr. J. M. Earnhardt, of Rockwell, now occupies three spacious rooms on the second floor of the Crowell-McAllister building. Dr. Earnhardt is an alumnus of the Medical College of Virginia, was for several years a member of the faculty, and has had one year’s hospital service. We are glad to have him here.

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New Charlotte Medical Journal, July 1915, Vol 72., p. 308.

Dr. J. M. Earnhardt, originally from Rowan County, was married November 10th at Germantown, Pa., to Miss Myrtle Bost of that city. Dr. Earnhardt graduated a year or two ago in the Richmond Medical College, Richmond, Va. He is a well equipped young professional gentleman, and we hope for him a long and prosperous life.

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The Concord Times (Concord, NC), July 26, 1917

Mt. Pleasant News

The people of this place and community regret very much to hear that Dr. J. M. Earnhardt, who has been here for several years, has decided to leave Mt. Pleasant. Dr. Earnhardt will move his family to the home of his parents, near Rockwell, and will have an office in Rockwell, where he will take charge of the work of Dr. Choate.

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