William Hazlett Clendinen

Birth: 1772
Death: 1839, Nov. 6
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1816 William H. Clendinen doctor corner of Ann & Lancaster Streets Baltimore City
1817-1818 William H. Clendinen doctor corner of Ann and Lancaster, FP Baltimore City
1819 William H. Clendinen doctor corner of Ann & Lancaster, FP Baltimore City
1807 W.H. Clendinen doctor 15 Market Street, FP Baltimore City
1814-1815 William H. Clenclinen doctor 14 Ann Street, Fell’s Point Baltimore City
1812 William Clendinen M.D. 22 Ann St. F.P. Baltimore City
1842 William H. Clendinen doctor corner Baltimore and Exeter sts. Baltimore City
1808 W.H. Clendinen doctor 15 Market Street, FP Baltimore City
1831 W.H. Clendinen doctor 43 Market St. Baltimore City
1810 Wm. H. Clendinen doctor 7 Fell Street Fell’s Point Baltimore City
1835-1836 William H. Clendinen doctor NW corner Market and Alice Anna Sts. Baltimore City
1877 W.H. Clendinen doctor 93 n. Broadway Baltimore City
1822-1823 William H. Clendenen M.D. NE corner of Wolf and Lancaster, F.P. Baltimore City
1837-1838 William H. Clendinen doctor NW corner of Market and Alice Anna Sts. Baltimore City
1868-1869 William H. Clendinen doctor 93 N Broadway Baltimore City
1867-1868 William H. Clendinen doctor 93 N. Broadway Baltimore City
1824 William Clendinen M.D. NW corner of Market and Allisana, late Marine Bank, FP Baltimore City
1827 William Clendinen M.D. NW corner of Market and Alisanna, late Marine Bank Baltimore City
1881 William H. Clendinen doctor 102 N. Broadway Baltimore City
1856-1857 Wm. H. Clendinen physician 166 N Eutaw Baltimore City
1853-1854 W. Haslett Clendinen druggist 209 Broadway Baltimore City

Additional Information

Bibliography

  • Meigs, Joseph, Memorial of Josiah Meigs and others, for an act of incorporation of a national vaccine institution for the United States of America. January 5, 1820. Read, and referred to a select committee. Washington: Gales & Seaton. 8 p. 25 cm. ([U.S. 16th Congress, 1st Sess. Executive papers] 29.)
    “The the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America.”
    Dates at end Jan. 1, 1820, and signed by Josiah Meigs, W.H. Clendinen, and four others, includings James Smith, the U.S. agent of vaccination. The memorialists were members of a “board of managers” chosen to organize the proposed national vaccine institution.