Bio: Spencer, Dudley Carlton (1881)

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Surnames: Spencer, Drummond, Russell, Rundlett

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 341

DUDLEY CARLTON SPENCER, physician and surgeon, came to Augusta, Wis., May 13, 1866; he was born in Dundee, Province of Quebec, Nov. 17, 1828, of New England parentage, his father being a native of New Hampshire, and his mother of Vermont. Dundee was his home until he was seventeen years of age; he then went to Ft. Covington, Franklin Co., N. Y., where he attended the academy, and afterward commenced the study of medicine. He first attended Castleton Medical College, in Vermont, and graduated from the Albany Medical College, in December, 1854. He began practice at Hartford, Washington Co., N. Y., in partnership with Dr. J.B. Drummond; remained there one year; then located in Lakeville, in same county, where he remained until the Fall of 1857; then he was in practice in Cambridge, also in Washington County, until the Fall of 1862, when he entered the army as assistant surgeon of the 44th N. Y. V. I (the Ellsworth Regiment); was with that regiment until 1864; then he was on special staff-duty until March 26, 1866, when he left the service and returned to Cambridge, N. Y., where he made a short visit, and then came to Augusta, where he has since been engaged in practice of his profession. Since December, 1880, he has also been engaged in the drug trade, in partnership with Dr. J. R. Rundlett. The doctor was married in Ft. Covington, N. Y., June 4, 1855, to Lovina Russell, a native of that place. They have four children living Francis Wayland, Esther Abbie, Hattie Maria and Mary Agnes. Dr. S. is a member of the County Medical Society.

 

 


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