Transcribed from the book "History of Warrick County" by Goodspeed, Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885, p. 142, submitted by Judy.
T. G. Dailey, M.D., was born May 29, 1824, in Breckenridge county,
KY, and is the fifth in a family of fifteen children born to John H. and
Elizabeth (Glasscock) Dailey, both of whom were natives of the Blue
Grass State. John H. Dailey was an extensive farmer of Kentucky and a
man well and favorably known throughout the community in which he
resided. His death occurred in September, 1865. Dr. TG. Dailey lived
with his parents on the home farm until the attainment of his majority,
receiving a fair education considering the facilities offered at that
time. He taught school in Breckenridge, Grayson and Hardin Counties,
Ky., and during this time read medicine. In 1854 and 1855 he attended
the Medical University of Louisville, then came to Spencer County, Ind.,
and one year later began practicing at Taylorsville, Warrick County. He
remained there seven years, then came to Boonville, where he has ever
since resided, engaged actively in medial pursuits. Dr. Dailey was
untied in matrimony July 8, 1855, with Alice McCoy, of Spencer County,
Ind., and by her is the father of one son---Isaac L. He is a F. & A. M.,
a stanch Republican in politics, and himself and wife are members of
long standing in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
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