OLIVER, Augustus A.

City: Paris

OLIVER, Augustus A., physician; born McKenzie, Tenn., Jan. 27, 1884; English-Scotch-Irish descent; son of Dr. J. M. and Elizabeth (Haynes) OLIVER; paternal gradparents /sic/ James L. and Martha Ann (Southall) OLIVER; maternal grandparents John and Elizabeth (Dillahunty) HAYNES; educated at schools of Paris and Nashville, Tenn.; after three years in University; passed State Board of Medical Examiners, 1907; graduated in medicine from Univ. of Nashville, also Univ. of Tennessee 1910; he began his career as a farmer; was elected health officer, Henry Co., 1908, for term of four years, being the youngest man ever elected to fill this position; member A. K. K, International Tuberculosis Congress, Washington, D. C., 1908, B. P. O. E., W. O. W., being camp physician of latter lodge; is at present engaged in the practice of medicine and farming; Democrat.