Biographical Sketch of Erasmus D. Hall

Hall, Erasmus D., New Haven, was born in the town of New Haven, Addison county, Vt., on October 18, 1817 ; is a physician ; studied medicine at the Castleton Medical College, and began practice at St. Albans in 1844. He settled in New Haven, Vt., in 1850, where he has been in active practice ever since. He was twice married. His first wife was Eveline Sprague, to whom he was married in 1845. They had three children born to them — Francis, Genevieve, and Mary A. Eveline was a daughter of Anthony and Rhoda (Frisbie) Sprague. He was married the second time in 1866 to Marianne Landon, a daughter of Elisha H. and Charlotte (Hoyt) Landon. Mr. Hall was a son of Adin and Lucy (Sprague) Hall. His paternal grandfather, Richard Hall, was a native of Mansfield, Conn., who settled in New Haven Vt., in 1799. Adin Hall was born on September 25, 1786, and died on May 26, 1850. He studied medicine with Dr. Bass, of Middlebury, Vt., and practiced medicine in New Haven, Vt., for thirty-four years. He was a prominent physician of his day, and represented his town in the Legislature for three terms. His children were Edward (deceased), E. Darwin, Sophia, Julia (deceased).

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