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My copy is a second edition, 1967. Unless someone has republished, this book is out of print. I have two books on Grayson Co, TX, and the only mention of the surname in the other book is marriages much later, no way of telling if there is even the slightest connection. I don't know about any study of physicians in Grayson Co, TX has been done, but you might contact: Red River Historical Museum, 301 South Walnut, Sherman, TX. Also, post your query on the Grayson Co, TX GenWeb site. Hyperlink at the end of this message will take you to the Texas GenWeb site, scroll down to county options. If you haven't visited the TX GenWeb site before, click on the many options offered. You may not need the info at this time, but you will know where to find it if the need arises. http://www.rootsweb.com/~txgenweb/