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Dr. Myrax J. Crouch

Myrax Josiah Crouch was born in 1865. He first married Elizabeth G. (“Betty”) Huey. After her death in 1923, he married Ray Cross with whom he had a son, Myrix T. Crouch.

In addition to his work as a physician, Dr. Couch owned a drug store and a farm. He was a member of the state legislature, and, in 1903, he was one of the founders as well as the President of the Union Deposit Bank.

Dr. Crouch was active in county affairs. He was a promoter of building roads, and of the telephone exchange.

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References

  • Crouch, Myrax J. “Big Bone Springs,” A Paper Read before the Grant County Medical Association at Big Bone. Boone County Recorder, 26 Dec 1894, p. 2.
  • Crouch, Myrax J. “Need of Good Roads,” Boone County Recorder, 19 Jan 1898 p. 8, cols. 1-3.
  • “Incorporates Union Deposit Bank,” Boone County Recorder, 13 May 1903 p. 5, col. 2.
  • “Union Doctor is Secretary of Northern Kentucky Medical Society,” Boone County Recorder, 4 Mar 1903 p. 5, col. 1.
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