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ORVILLE S. ENSIGN
1844 ~ 1899

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    Dr. Orville S. Enign was a prominent citizen of Ontario and a well respected physician in the community. He was a veteran of the Civil War, President of Grand Army of the Republic (Post 124) and member of Methodist Church of Ontario. In 1893. Together with his wife Sara, Dr. Ensign built a 14 room Eastlake Victorian style home for his residence and practice. The home still stands today, at the southwest corner of Main Street and South Laurel Ave. In the medical circled of the 1880's, Dr. Ensign was looked upon as one of southern California's best physicians. 

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    November 2, 2012
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