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Physician , surgeon

George Winn Seward, American physician, surgeon. Recipient Honorary Citizen of Day Clarke award of Commerce., 1949.


Seward, George Winn was born on December 27, 1906 in Hillsboro, Illinois, United States. Son of George LeMar and Bernice Zoe (Winn) Seward.


Bachelor of Science, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1929. Doctor of Medicine Creighton U., Omaha, 1933.


Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1933-1935. Practice medicine, specializing in ophthalmology and otolaryngology, North Manchester, Indiana, 1935-1975. Postgraduate course Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 1946, Gill Memorial Clinic, Roanoke, Virginia, 1947-1972.


Member Indiana Board Hard of Hearing Clinic, 1948-1953. Coordinator, Underprivileged Children Project, North Manchester, 1938-1942. Member of advisory board directors Gill Memorial Clinic.

Served to major United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946. Member American Medical Association, Indiana Medical Association (Wabash County delegate 1947-1953), Wabash County Medical Society (president 1947-1948), Indiana Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Society, Wabash County Cancer Society (president 1945-1953), Wabash County Chamber of Commerce. (membership chairman 1950-1960).

Mason (Shriner), Elk.


Married Eva Ollie Taylor, July 19, 1930. Children: Sandra (Mistress.

George LeMar Seward

Bernice Zoe (Winn) Seward

Eva Ollie Taylor

Sandra (Mrs Seward