Person:Sidney Gano (1)

Dr. Sidney Johnston Gano
m. 15 Mar 1853
  1. William Beriah Gano1854 - 1913
  2. John Thomas Gano1856 - 1891
  3. Clarence Welch Gano1858 - 1906
  4. Samuel E. Gano1859 - 1860
  5. Kate Gano1862 - 1944
  6. Fannie C. Gano1864 - 1864
  7. Maurice Dudley Gano1865 - 1927
  8. Dr. Sidney Johnston Gano1867 - 1921
  9. Robert Lee Gano1867 - 1911
  10. Emma Gano1869 - 1936
  11. Frank Allen Gano1871 - 1874
  12. Martha Clara Gano1873 - 1903
Facts and Events
Name[1] Dr. Sidney Johnston Gano
Gender Male
Birth[1] 22 Feb 1867 Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky(twin; born in Lexington according to his obit, which got his death date wrong)
Education[6] 1891 University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Death[1][2] 7 Jul 1921 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas(unmarried)
Burial[1] Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.
  2. Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  3.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas)
    p. 4, 21 Jun 1896.

    "The Lines Drawn"
    [lengthy article on the free silver issue among local Democrats]

    Dr. Sidney Gano, Cleveland democrat---I am not a silver advocate, but I am a democrat at all times. No democrat has a right to bolt the action of the Chicago convention. The republican platform has disgusted me and should be repudiated by every southern voter.

  4.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas)
    p. 22, 3 Apr 1898.


    Dr. Sidney J. Gano has gone to New Orleans, where he will reside in future. He has accepted the position of medical referee with a big life insurance company with headquarters in the Crescent City.

  5.   The Times-Picayune. (New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States)
    p. 2, 16 Jul 1921.

    Physician Well Known Here, Passes Away in Dallas, Tex.

    Dr. Sidney J. Gano, for many years medical referee in New Orleans for the Equitable Life Assurance Society, died in Dallas, Tex., July 14 [sic] and was buried there on the afternoon of July 15. Dr. Gano was was a native of Lexington, Ky., and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Early in his medical practice in Dallas he received a flattering offer from the Equitable and was stationed at St. Louis and New Orleans. He stood high in the esteem of the company and his associates. Dr. Gano is termed by his friends and acquaintances in New Orleans and Dallas "a gentleman of the old school." He returned to Dallas about twelve years ago, where he became connected with dthe Great Southern Life. Dr. Gano leaves two sisters -- Mrs. (Dr.) Hugh L. McLaurin and Mrs. Tom Scurry, and a brother, Maurice Gano, a leading lawyer of Dallas.

  6. Hafner, Arthur W. Directory of deceased American physicians, 1804-1929. (, c1999).
  7.   Polk's City Directory (Dallas, Texas)
    p. 357, 1891.

    Gano, Sidney J. physician, surgeon, office Bankers' and Merchants' Bank bldg 249 Main h. Rev. R. M. Gano

  8.   Polk's City Directory (Dallas, Texas)
    p. 477, 1918.

    Gano, Sidney J ins h 1903 Bennett av