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December 29, 2019

210 East Gay Street Warrensburg MO - The Dr. William E. Johnson Home

William E. Johnson, M. D., a well known and successful physician of Warrensburg, is a native of Monroe County, Missouri. He was born December 10, 1875, a son of Dr. E. W. and Frances (Bradley) Johnson, natives of Monroe county. Three brothers of Dr. E. W. Johnson were physicians; G. A., Robert, and William. Dr. William E. Johnson was the only child born to his parents. His father died in 1913 and interment was made in the cemetery at Centralia. His widowed mother now resides in Centralia. Dr. William E. Johnson is a graduate of Centralia High School, Centralia, Missouri, and of Barnes' Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri. He is a post-graduate of the New York Polyclinic and the New York Medical School. He was graduated from Barnes' Medical College in the class of 1896. Doctor Johnson began the practice of medicine at Tulip, Missouri, in 1896. He remained there for four years when he moved to Warrensburg in 1900 and located his office at 205 N. Holden street. Two years later, he moved his office to his present location at 202 N. Holden street. In 1900, Dr. William E. Johnson was united in marriage with Mary Edna Young, of Monroe County, Mo. To this union was born one child, a son, William. Mary Edna (Young) Johnson died in 1904. In 1906, Doctor Johnson was united in marriage with Martha (Young) Wetmore, of Monroe county, a sister of his former wife. Doctor and Mrs. Johnson are the parents of three children: James Young, Lynn Francis, and Charles. Doctor Johnson's home is located in Warrensburg at 210 East Gay street. No physician in Johnson county is held in higher esteem than Doctor Johnson. He has an excellent practice, for which he is well qualified, possessing a well-trained mind, keen, deliberate judgment, and a quiet, attentive manner.
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