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Graduate of Plattsburg High School; 1898 graduated Woman's Medical College.  Member of American Medical Association, Warren County Medical Society and Glens Falls Medical and Surgical Society.

Born in England May 22, 1837; came to America 1843.  Received common school education at Stillwater, Saratoga Co., N. Y.   Studied medicine and surgery four years in the office of his preceptor, James Lee, M. D., Mechanicville, N. Y., including full courses in Albany Medical College, 1863.  Shortly thereafter commissioned Hospital Steward, U. S. A.; later assigned Acting Assistant Surgeon, Artillery Brigade, 24th Army Corps, War of the Rebellion, 1864-66.  Received diploma and license from Medical Examining Board 1872;  Regents' Certificate, University State of New York, 1908;  diploma, and degree M. E., Eastern College of Electro-Therapeutics and Psychologic-Medicine, 1899.,


Lawyer, writer, speaker, member of Warren County Bar.  Blunt, brave and brainy, a man with an opinion on all subjects, able to express the same under all circumstances; fearless in his denunciation of wrong, and staunch in the advocacy of right.  Kicked and cuffed in the passing drama of life, but in the last words of Webster, "He still lives."  Graduate of the local public schools.  The old seminary owes him a castiron diploma.  He speaks of Rev. Jason F. Walker as his best teacher.  Few men have clashed swords with him in public speech, controversy or repartee and come off conqueror


Born Elizabethport, N. J., May 28, 1860.  Son James and Anna E. K. Moved to Glens Falls with his parents when a youth.  Educated local schools; graduated Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y., 1881; Gen. Theological Seminary 1884.  Married Augusta S., daughter late Thomas and Cydia Gearing at Brooklyn, 1889.  Ordained deacon in Episcopal Church 1884 and priest 1885, by Rt. Rev. Wm. Croswell Doane, Bishop of Albany; missionary In charge of Claverack, Philmont and Chatham, N. Y. 1884-88; Tarentum and Freeport, Pa., 1888; became assistant at St. Mark's Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1890, and rector 1900; grand chaplain of F. and A. M., State of New York 1902-4.  Member Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.  Author "Church History in Question and Answer."  Summer residence, Bolton, N. Y.  Address, Eastern Parkway and Brooklyn Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Born Burlington, Vt.  Of Scotch-Irish ancestry, descendant of William Little, who emigrated from County Longford, Ireland, and arrived at Cape Cod in 1728; also Barzillai Little, a veteran of the Revolution.  His literary education was acquired in country schools, Glens Falls Academy and Cambridge Academy; and medical education in Albany Medical College, where he graduated in 1858, receiving further training in the Albany City Hospital.  He has been engaged in practice in this locality fifty years; is a man of influence and worth in the community.  Held the office of coroner for twelve years, was examining surgeon under Governor Morgan, and passed examination for assistant surgeon In U. S.  Army during the Civil War, but was rejected because of physical disabilities.  Is a physician to the Parks Hospital and member of a large number of medical societies, clubs, etc. Has traveled extensively on both hemispheres.  Is a lover of the beauties of nature, collector of works of art and owner of aviaries which contain a fine collection of pheasants and song birds; also has extensive conservatories and his collection of orchids is notable.  Address, Ridge St., Glens Falls.

Born New Hartford, Oneida Co., N. Y., July 14, 1856; son of Horace Marshfield Paine, A. M., M. D., and Charlotte Mann.  Attended Albany Boys' Academy; graduated Hamilton College, Oneida Co., N. Y., 1878, degree of A. B. and A. M.; graduated Albany Medical College 1881, degree of M. D.  Studied abroad attending eye clinics in Paris and Royal Opthalmic Hospital, London.  At present eye surgeon for Parks Hospital.


Born June 11, 1873, Hamden, Delaware Co., N. Y.  Student of the Delaware Academy, Delhi, N. Y.; graduated University and Bellevue Hospital and Medical College, New York City, degree of M. D.,1899. Physician at Matteawan State Hospitaltal one and one-half years.
SMITH, M. D., M. D.

Born at Addison, Vt., April 27, 1848.  Educated in common and high schools in Addison Co., Vt.  Graduated Eclectic Medical College, New York City, 1881; also Hahnemann Medical College Chicago, Ill., 1884. Member American Institute of Homeopathy.  Served eighteen years on United States Board Examining Surgeons for Pensions.

Born Greenfield, Saratoga County, N. Y., 1864. Received early education in public schools of Troy; graduated S. S. Still College of Osteopathy, Des Moines, Ia., 1905.  Member , Osteopathic Association, New York Osteopathic Society and Hudson River North Osteopathic Association. Office, 150 Glen St.
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