DR. W. M. BEILHARZ, dentist, Bucyrus: son of Rev. John I. and Maria C. (Froelick) Beilharz: was born Sept. 21, 1819, in Maxatawney, Berks Co., Penn., where he lived until about 8 years old when the family removed to the State of New York. Here our subject went to school in winter until 15 and helped his father on the farm until 22 years of age. In 1842 he removed to Tiffin. Ohio, where Mr. Beilharz began the study of dentistry with an older brother who had removed from New York some time previous: he practiced his profession in Tiffin for a period of nine years, coming to Bucyrus Dec. 1853. where he at once opened an office for the practice of dentistry and has continued with fair success ever since. He is an expert in all the departments of mechanical and operative dentistry. About 1850, he made a discovery of a cure for sore and inflamed eyes yes, but, being engrossed with his profession, he never brought it before the public until of late years; the almost miraculous cures which it has effected, place him among the leading oculists of the country; he has also discovered a remedy which he calls the "Healing Fluid," which acts as an antiseptic, preventing inflammation, and cures all sores, either recent or chronic. Its efficacy is attested by the unanimous testimony of those whom he has cured. On June 17, 1849, he was united in marriage with Miss Maria B. Crockett, of Seneca Co.. Ohio and two sons and a daughter are the fruit of this union, all of whom are living. Charles A., Anne, wife of F. L. Ingman, merchant at Villisca. Iowa, and Cassius M.. Dr. Beilharz has been a careful student of history for many years, and is an intelligent and respected citizen.


History of Crawford County and Ohio, Baskin & Battey, Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1881