James H Noyes
Posted By: County Coordiantor
Date: 11/19/2006 at 15:13:51
James H Noyes, physician and surgeon, Ogden, was born in Gardner, Massachusetts, July 20, 1835, where he grew to manhood, he attended the common schools till fourteen years of age, and supplemented it with three and one-half years study at Burr Seminary, of Vermont, he then began the study of medicine with Dr J G Graves, of Nashua, New Hampshire, four years later he graduated M D in Columbia College, New York, at the outbreak of the late rebellion he entered the army as assistant surgeon in the Sixth New Hampshire, three months later he was promoted as surgeon of the same regiment, he continued in that capacity, and as brigade surgeon till the close of the war, he was taken prisoner at the second battle of Bull Run, and was detained fourteen days and then paroled, in 1867 he located in Ogden, being the first resident physician of the place, there being but three or four persons here prior to his coming, in his medical relations he has built up his own reputation by skill and energy, and has acquired an extensive practice, he is a genial gentleman, a quick observer, and as prompt in his business as he is generous in his social relations, and thoroughly merit’s the esteem in which he is held by his fellow-citizens, he was married to Miss Sarah F, daughter of Naham Stone, Esq, editor of the Keene “Sentinel” Keene, New Hampshire, May 31, 1866, a native of Nashua, New Hampshire, they have by this union one daughter: Mary S
1880 Boone Co History Book
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