Bio: Frawley, Ray M. MD (1882 – 19??)
Surnames: Frawley, Mulcaley, Foot,
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Frawley, Ray M. MD (27 June 1882 – 19??)
RAY M. FRAWLEY, M. D., a practicing physician of Wausau, was born June 27, 1882 at Clinton, Calumet County, Wis., a son of Daniel and Annie (Mulcaley) Frawley. The father of Dr. Frawley was born at Boston, Mass., and the mother in Wisconsin, and they are farming people. The family consists of three sons and four daughters: Kittiebelle; Nellie T., who is the wife of Dr. W. J. Foot, of Appleton, Wis.; Genevieve; William J., who is a student in the Marquette University; Ethel M., a student in Lawrence University, Appleton; and Donald D., residing at home.
Ray M. Frawley attended the local schools and then was graduated from the Oshkosh Normal School in the class of 1905, and from Marquette University with the class of 1910, in June of that year, having received his medical diploma in the month preceding, and in June he opened his office at Wausau but for some years prior to this had been teaching school. He is a member of the Marathon County Medical Society, of the Wisconsin State Medical Society, and the American Medical Association retains his college fraternities’ connections, and, as a Catholic, belongs to the Catholic Order of Foresters, the Knights of Columbus and to the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin.
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