Bio: Macaulay, Evan M. MD (1873 - 19??)



Surnames: Macaulay, Monroe, Calvert


----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.


Macaulay, Evan M. MD (4 February 1873 - 19??)


EVAN M. MACAULAY, M. D. who is engaged in medical practice at Wausau, Wisconsin, for the past ten years has devoted himself to his profession in Marathon County and through a considerable portion of it is well known. He was born February 4, 1873, at Bolsover County, Ontario, Canada, and is a son of Rev. E. M. and Margaret (Monroe) Macaulay.  

Rev. E. M. Macaulay was born in Inverness, Scotland. At the age of seventeen years, after having been a student at Edinburgh University, he accompanied his older brothers to the United States, they settling in Alabama and Florida. He entered Queens University, at Kingston, Canada, where he completed his medical studies, after which he turned to theology and from 1860 until his death in 1907, at the age of eighty six years he was a minister in the Presbyterian Church. He married Margaret Monroe, who was born in Canada seventy years ago and survives, the beloved mother of seven children, namely: Evan M.; John, who is a traveling salesman in Northwestern Canada; Angus, who is in business at Ottawa, Canada; Collin, who is a master mechanic for the Grand Trunk Railroad, in the shops at Ottawa; George, who is a printer now residing at Ottawa, Illinois; Thomas, who is connected with the Grand Trunk Railway; and Jean, who resides with her mother.  


Evan M. Macaulay received his early educational training in the Guelph Collegiate Institute, at Guelph, Canada, and after graduation became connected with the Privy Council department of the Canadian Government and continued until he entered Queens University of Physicians and Surgeons, at Kingston, where he was graduated in the class of 1899. Dr. Macaulay located immediately at Racine, Wisconsin, where he practiced until 1903, when he moved to Hatley, in Marathon County, and from there came to Wausau, in 1909, maintaining his office at No. 606 Third Street. As a man of trained faculties and wide outlook, it is natural for Dr. Macaulay to be interested in public questions. He is independent in politics and the only public office he has held since coming to Marathon County was that of justice of the peace while residing at Hatley.  


In 1899 Dr. Macaulay was married to Miss Edith Calvert, a daughter of Thomas Calvert, of Kingston, Canada. They have a daughter, Evaline Josephine, a beautiful child of two and one-half years. Dr. Macaulay belongs to the leading fraternal organizations including the Freemasons, the Modern Woodmen of America, the Eagles and the Owls. He and wife attend the Methodist Episcopal Church.  



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