Bristol Vermont – Professions

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W. W. Rider, the lawyer of Bristol, was born here in 1841. He studied law with Horatio Needham, was admitted to the bar in 1865, and has practiced here since.

Dr. E. G. Prime was born in Bristol in 1843. He graduated from the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia in 1870, and from the Royal College of Edinburgh, Scotland, in June, 1882. He practiced one year in Glasgow, in Rutland two years, Boston one year, and has been in Bristol since.

Dr. D. A. Bisbee, born in Brandon in 1852, graduated from the Michigan University in 1875, and came here in 1879.

Dr. E. M. Kent, born in Lincoln in 1843, graduated from the University of Vermont in 1866, and has practiced here since.

D. A. A. Dean was born in Monkton in 1857, graduated from the University of New York in 1878, and has practiced here since.

Dr. George O. W. Farnham was born in Shoreham in 1859, graduated from the University of Vermont in 1883, and has been here since.

H. A. Hasseltine studied dentistry with A. A. Rosseter, and began practice here in 1877.

E. W. Shattuck studied in Bristol and at Lowell, Mass., and began the practice of dentistry here in 1881.



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