Alexander G Drury was born 3 February 1844 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States to Asa Drury (1801-1870) and Elizabeth Drury (c1805-) and died 17 January 1929 Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States of unspecified causes.
Alexander Greer Drury (February 3, 1844 – January 17, 1929) was a noted physician and medical historian with a practice in Cincinnati and a teaching appointment in dermatology at the Laura Memorial Woman's Medical College in Cincinnati (1890–1900), followed by a faculty appointment in hygiene at the Cincinnati College of Medicine (1901–1910). He was the author of Legends of the Apple (1904), and Dante, Physician (1908), and he served as president of the Ohio State Medical Association.
He was born while his father was professor of Greek at Cincinnati College (1840-1845) in Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Children of Asa Drury - Wikipedia
- Alexander Greer Drury Obituary, Journal of the American Medical Association 92:490 (1929)