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Michigan

Jackson

Dr. Reuben C. Gibson came to Jackson county in 1835, and commenced the practice of medicine at the then flourishing village of Sandstone, afterwards removing to Gidlcy's station, near the present village of Parma. Dr. Gibson was very successful as a physician, and was held in high esteem as a citizen. He closed a life of usefulness among those with whom he had for many years been active in the discharge of every duty William R. Gibson, son of Dr. Gibson, is now, as lie has been for over twenty years, one of the most active members of the legal fraternity off Jackson. Mr. Gibson is one of the leaders of the bar in the county, a position which he has attained by industry and strict attention to bus iness, and to which he is entitled by his legal attainments. He has held many offices of trust, those of city attorney and prosecuting attorney foil, the county, among others. He is now the attorney for the Michigan Central Railroad in Jackson. Mr. Gibson has for several years taken great interest in pomology and horticulture, and has come to be an au thority on all questions connected with those interesting subjects. He is an active member of the State Pomological Society, and has devot much time to the advancement of its interests.

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