found at http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/stories/hist1909/chap-03.htm#After
Copied from Harbaugh's 1909 History of
Miami County Ohio
There seems to be no official roster of this office prior to
1853, but the following is the roster of the Infirmary Board since
that time: James C.McKaig, Jacob Counts, Asa Coleman, George
Throgmorton, David Huston, S.M.Dickson, William H. Gahagan, James H.
Pea, John D. DeWeese, George B.Frye, Jacob Knoop, William Hamilton,
S.A. Cairns, Stephen Genslinger, Joseph Bains, B.N.Langston, Samuel
Bowerman, John E. Anderson, Harrison Gear, T.M.Aspinall,
E.E.Thompson, E.F.Sayers, L.L.Speagh, William E. Foster, Frank Beek,
Havilah Coppock, J.W.Underwood.
Since 1853 the following citizens of the county have been
superintendent of the Infirmary: George A.Murray, Jonathan Batson,
Samuel Robinson, James Foster, Price Duncan, Cornelius N. Bowne.
found at http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/stories/biograph/2033.htm
from pg 280, 1900 Biog Hist Miami Co / from 1880 History Miami Co
"[MRS. LUCINDA (McMILLAN) LEWIS]
is now, and has been for many years, superintendent of jail and
infirmary work in this county. Meetings are held each week in the year
at the county jail and also at the county infirmary."
found at http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/stories/biograph/2139.htm
from page 463, 1900 Biographical History Miami Co
also found at http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/stories/biograph/1537.htm
from Page 677, 1880 History Miami Co
"For six years [ASA COLEMAN]
served as director and physician of the county infirmary and submitted
the plan for the present building."
found at http://www.tdn-net.com/genealogy/stories/biograph/0609.htm
from 1900 Biographical History Miami Co
"[ROBERT MORRIS DICKSON] ... served as township
clerk, infirmary director and in various township offices."