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was a member of a firm that became the owners of the town sites of Seneca and Westminster, S. C., and Toccoa, Ga., at the time the Airline road was built. He located at Toccoa in 1874, but in 1884 removed to Seneca, where he resided until his death. He served three terms in the State legislature and was a member of the constiutional convention of 1895. He was married, May 26, 1859, to Mary E. Ramsey. She died January 4, 1891, leaving four children: Oliver Ramsey, Mary Virginia, now Mrs. C. C. Jones, of Greenville; William R. and Edgar Clay, the last two of whom are practicing physicians of Seneca. Dr. Doyle was the local surgeon of the Southern railway at the time of his death, October 6, 1897. Dr. William R. Doyle, second son of Dr. O. M. Doyle, was born in Oconee county, S. C., March 19, 1870. He studied medicine with his father and in 1895 graduated from the Atlanta medical college, since which time he has been practicing in Seneca. He is now local surgeon of the Southern ra