Greenbrier College for Women, St. Lukes Hospital, Richmond, Va.
& Medical College of Virginia

Submitted by Virginia Buck.

     Margaret Davis Arbuckle was the daughter of Dr. Julian Davis Arbuckle and Anna McLaughlin. In the 1930 census of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, W. Va., Margaret D. Arbuckle, born in West Virginia, is listed as a nursing school student. Her father, Julian D. Arbuckle, is a physician. The mother is Anna M. and siblings are Elizabeth V., Mary(?) P., Anna L., Emily M., & Julian D., Jr. - The family is also in the 1920 census and Margaret was listed as 11 years old.
     According to her obituary, she was a nurse, but she is not listed among the nurses who obtained licensure in W. Va. 1907-1935.

OBITUARY - Parkersburg News, July, 1986
Margaret Davis Arbuckle - Miss Margaret Davis Arbuckle of Maxwelton, Greenbrier County, died July 9, 1986, in University Hospital, Charlottesville, Va., after a short illness. She was a graduate of Greenbrier College for Women, St. Lukes Hospital, Richmond, Va., and Medical College of Virginia. She was director of Greenbrier County Health Department for many years, was Public Health Nurse in Calhoun County in the mid-1940's, and was a member of the American Public Health Association. Surviving: sisters, Emily Arbuckle of Maxwelton, Mrs. Laurie Hayes of Lewisburg; nephews, Edward Haynes, Frank, David and Wood McCue. Services were held 11 a.m. Saturday in Clifton Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Gene Miller officiating. Burial was in Clifton Cemetery.