Arthur T. Revell, M.D.

ARTHUR T. REVELL, M. D., a well known medical practitioner at Scammon, of the firm of McClellan, Rewell, Iliff & Newton, was born in 1878, at Columbus, Kansas and is a son of Harry and Ella (Dowd) Revell.

Harry Revell was a native of France, but Arthur T. does not remember him, as the father's death took place when the son was two or three years old. The latter's only sister is the wife of Dr. George B. McClellan, of Weir City, the senior member of the medical firm above mentioned. By a second marriage, with Peter Theis. Mrs. Revell became the mother of two other children,—Frank and Mary. Dr. Revell received his early mental training at Columbus, and later became a student in the Weir City High School, where he was graduated in 1893. He was then engaged, for two years. in clerking in the drug store of Dr. I. E. Strickers, and afterwards began the study of medicine in the office of Dr. G. B. McClellan at Weir City. Latter being under his capable instruction for 18 months. he en- tered the Kansas City Medical College, where he was graduated in 1900.

Dr. Revell was received into partnership by Dr. G. B. McClellan, under the firm name of McClellan & Revell, at Weir City. After 18 months they enlarged the territory of their medical practice, and admitted Dr. C. B. Coss, Dr. D. A. Iliff and Dr. Newton, under the firm name of McClellan, Revell. Iliff & Newton, their field covering, individually and collectively, Weir City, Scammon, Cherokee and Chicopee. In the fall of Igor Dr. Revell located in Scammon, and here enjoys a large and lucrative practice. and much personal popularity.

In 1903, Dr. Revell married Mary McNamara, who was born in the Indian Territory, and is a daughter of Patrick and Mary (Sweeney) NcTamara. They are the parents of one child, Arthur, born August 5, 1904. They have many pleasant social connections in the city, take part in its various activities and give and receive much hospitality. Although Dr. Revell is still a young practitioner, he has shown a degree of skill and ability that has won him public confidence.


History of Cherokee County Kansas and its representative citizens, ed. & comp. by Nathaniel Thompson Allison, 1904, transcribed by Lacey Myers, student from USD 508, Baxter Springs Middle School, Baxter Springs, Kansas, 03/06/97.


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