From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 1002

L. S. INGMAN, M.D., born in Newark Ohio, March 8, 1838, and came to Wisconsin in May 1858; received his medical education at Cleveland Homeopathic College, and at the Sterling Allopathic Medical College; a graduate of both institutions, receiving two diplomas from the Cleveland school; engaged in practice in Watertown, when he first came to Wisconsin, and remained there until he came to Madison in December 1860, and has been engaged in practice there ever since, in partnership with Dr. J. B. BOWEN. The Doctor has served six years in the City Council, is at present President of the same, and also acting Mayor; has been a member of the Homeopathic Medical Society for the past twelve years. Married in Madison, Oct. 6, 1862, Sarah J. BOWEN, she was born at Moravia, N.Y.; they have two children - Susie M. and Virginia.

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