|Birth: ||Feb. 4, 1872|
|Death: ||Jun. 10, 1942|
Charles' father was George M Ireland (1850-1928? Ohio) and mother was Xantha Ann Stillwell (1860-1880 Ohio). He married Almeda Sidebottom on 16 Oct 1901 in Franklin county, Ohio. After Almeda's death in 1922 he married Norma Marie Keating on 26 Nov 1924 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio.
He had a brother, David Stillwell Ireland b 2 Dec 1882 Wilmington, Clinton, Ohio d 24 Jul 1941 Mansfield, Richland, Ohio.
Bio below from "Franklin County at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century," 1901, page 416
Charles L. Ireland, M.D.
Among the prominent professional men of Columbus is the gentleman whose name appears at the head of this sketch.
Dr. Ireland was born at Frederickstown, Ohio, February 4, 1872, son of Dr. George M. Ireland and Xantha (Stillwell) Ireland, the former a prominent physician of that city. The family was composed of two sons, Davis S. Ireland and the subject of this sketch. The latter was educated in High School of Jeffersonville, and took a course at the National Normal University, Lebanon, Ohio, later graduationg from the Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware, Ohio. He then entered the Starling Medical University, and after graduating from that institution took a course in the Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College of Cleveland, Ohio. It will thus be that his literary and medical education has been the most estended and liberal character. He is alos a self-made man. He taught school for three years, and also worked for the columbus Street Railroad Company to gain means to pay for his medical education. He is now engaged in the pursuit of his profession, has an office at the 912 North High street, where his residence also is and has built up a large and influential practice. He is examining physician in the Maccabees of the World, is member of the Columbus Clinical Club, a member of the Homeopathic State Medical Society and the Hahneniann Medical Fraternity, and is ex-physician of the Fraternal Insurance Order.
Dr. Ireland's mother is a prominently known lady, being treasurer of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, is a member of the Crown Chaper, Order of Eastern Star, member of the Research Club, corresponding secretary of the Women's Christian Temerance Union, a graduate of the Chantanqua Circle, and is very fond of Literary work.
Dr. Ireland's brother is now in the employ of the M.C. Lilly Company of Columbus. The doctor, himself, is most popularly known in the community, and commands the esteem of all with whom he has had deelings.
Almeda Sidebottom Ireland (1877 - 1922)
Green Lawn Cemetery
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