|A. T. Henak, M. D.
|A. T. HENAK, physician and surgeon, Oxford Junction; born in Bohemia in 1842; came to America in 1859, settled in Iowa City and remained about three years, when he came to Oxford Junction, in 1873; he attended lectures at Rush College, in Chicago; also at Keokuk, Iowa, and graduated in 1878; has been practicing since at the Junction. His wife, Mary Struerben, was born in Germany in 1849; she came to America in 1860, and settled at Iowa City; was married in 1867, and they have three children—Mamie, Lillie and Eddie. Mr. Henak was in the employ of the United States Government, as hospital steward at Robinson Hospital, at Davenport, during the war. Politics, Democrat; religion, Liberal.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Co., Chicago, 1879, p 594.
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