Orlando McNabb, Village Attorney, Fremont, was born in Tuscararwas Co., Ohio, Jan. 20, 1846. His parents, James J. and Eliza (McKine) McNabb, were natives of Ohio, and of Scotch-Irish descent. He attended school until 18 years of age, and Feb. 7, 1864, enlisted in Co. A, 155th Ind. Reg., serving one year, and was honorably discharged at Dover, Del., in September, 1865.
After his return from the army he commenced the study of medicine with Hector & Hill, of Rochester, Ind. He continued his studies four years, attending one course of lectures at the Michigan University. In May, 1869, he came to Hesperia, this county, and commenced the practice of his profession. In 1873 he abandoned his profession and went to Chicago, where he gave his attention to the study of law until 1876, then went to Peru, Ind., and practiced his profession three years. Jan. 6, 1881, he settled in Fremont, this county, where he has followed his calling. In the spring of 1883 he was elected Village Attorney.
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