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 ======William H. Terrill====== ======William H. Terrill======
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 Dr. William H. Terrill, born in [[Petersburg|Petersburg]] 1829 to John and Nancy (Walton) Terrill, was the second son of 9 children. He married Miss Norah Cooper, with whom he had three children. ​ William died in 1885 of kidney disease, Norah in 1882, of heart trouble. ​ They are buried together in Petersburg Cemetery. William was a physician both in civilian life and during his time in the military. ​ During the [[civil_war|Civil War]] he served in the Union army as a surgeon for the 16th Indiana Cavalry. Of his four brothers, one fought for the Union and the other three fought for the Confederacy. Dr. William H. Terrill, born in [[Petersburg|Petersburg]] 1829 to John and Nancy (Walton) Terrill, was the second son of 9 children. He married Miss Norah Cooper, with whom he had three children. ​ William died in 1885 of kidney disease, Norah in 1882, of heart trouble. ​ They are buried together in Petersburg Cemetery. William was a physician both in civilian life and during his time in the military. ​ During the [[civil_war|Civil War]] he served in the Union army as a surgeon for the 16th Indiana Cavalry. Of his four brothers, one fought for the Union and the other three fought for the Confederacy.
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