James Edmund Brown

Birth: 1853, Dec. 27
Death: 1936, Feb. 8
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1936
    Notes: Born 12/27/53. Taught school in Main & Calif. for 5 yrs. then entered Med. school. Pract. 7 yrs. in Calais, Me.; served as U.S. Pension examining surgeon. Married Grace Veazey; 1 son 1 daughter. ’95 began pract. in Providence, R.I. 1895-1900 editor of Nursing World, N.Y.; member R.I. Med. Soc. and phys. to the Jewish Dispensary. Specialized on diseases of the nervous system. In 1908 founded North End Dispensary in Providence; in ’23 retired to Bryantville but continued to practice. In 1903 wrote the R.I. state hymn that was sung at the Pan Amer. Exposition in Buffalo. Daugher writes: died 2/8/36
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