Parks F RinehartUpdated January 6, 2002
Parks F Rinehart
8621 N. Newhill Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85742
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|I'm looking for more information on Dr. Sheldon S. Rinehart. This much I have been able to gather, but can not prove.
He had four wives one of which was a Carrie Cooper.
She was the mother of Floyd Leon Rinehart.
Dr. Sheldon S. Rinehart had a pratice in Laporte and Freeland,Michigan.
Dr. Sheldon S. Rinehart was a decendent of one of seven brothers who came to America during the American revolution as mercenary soldiers to fight for the British. They were called Hessin Mercenaries since they were sold to the British for one mark each by Prince Hessin. Probably about 1775-76.
Dr. Sheldon Rinehart was in the Civil War and became a doctor after the war.
More about Sheldon Rinehart found in:Internet Search 1/6/2002
Vital Records: Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929
Died: Oct 10, 1918 in: Hemlock, MI
Born: 1841 in: Pontiac, MI
Type of practice: Eclectic Practice specialties: PH Public Health
State/year of licenses: MI, 1900
Places/dates of practice: Midland, MI, 1871, Freeland, MI, Soldier's Home, MI, Mar 10, 1915, La Porte, MI, Oct 6, 1915, Hemlock, MI, Nov 27, 1917
Medical school: Pennsylvania State University, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey: Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery, 1871, (G) Other education: Pontiac, Mich. Common School
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