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Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, Volume I, 5th ed., 1887
PROF L. M. BOYLE, Fulton County, was born in Stewartsville, Posey Co., Ind., April 22, 1841. His father, L. H. Boyle, was born in Kentucky, and is still living at Boyle’s Station, Ind., where he follows farming. The mother, Augusta (Uhink) Boyle, is a native of Bremen, Germany, and is also living. Subject, at the age of sixteen, entered the Owensville High School, where he enjoyed the benefit of a thorough elementary training. Afterward he attended the military school established by Gov. Morton, at Indianapolis, and still later entered the Union Christian College, at Merom, Ind., where he remained two years, taking the scientific course. He commenced teaching at the age of seventeen, reading law in the meantime under the instruction of Judge Pitcher, of Mt. Vernon, Ind. At the age of twenty-two he entered the law department of the Indiana State University, at Bloomington, and in April, 1864, was admitted to the bar in the State of Illinois. He first began practicing at Harrisburg, Ill., in partnership with C. K. Davis, with whom he remained seven years, at the end of which time he came to Hickman, which is his present place of residence. He was admitted to practice in the courts of Fulton County, but has spent the greater part of his time in teaching and farming. Mr. Boyle was married, in 1864, to Miss Lydia A. Wheeler, of New Baltimore, Ind. To this marriage have been born seven children: Minnie U., Charles W. (deceased), Robert C. (deceased), L. M., George I., John H. and Birdie V.