Biography of Clarence A. Tyler


Tyler, Clarence A., M. D., of Alden, came from a family of physicians. His father, Ansel Tyler, was for thirty-five years a practicing physician at Saquoit, Oneida county, N. Y., and five brothers were educated for physicians, four of whom continued in the profession. Dr. Clarence A. Tyler was born in Saquoit, June 26, 18.52, and spent fourteen years at the Saqnoit Academy, afterwards went to Grand Rapids, Mich., and entered as a student in the office of Dr. Z. E. Bliss, a noted doctor of that city. About two years later he concluded to take a course in the medical department of Michigan University, and he at once matriculated and pursued the course two years. The opportunities seemed better at that time in the Western Reserve College of Ohio, therefore that institution was chosen for the final year in the course, and Dr. Tyler was graduated from there in 1874. He then returned to Grand Rapids and practiced his profession until the early spring of 1875, when, at the earnest solicitation of friends, he was induced to locate in Alden. In these twentytwo years of practice Dr. Tyler has attained distinction in the town and county. Dr. Tyler is an active member of the Erie County Medical Society, also of the Gross Medical Club, of which he was president for two years, and was one of the organizers of the latter. In 1881 he married Minnie M., daughter of Charles and Mary Eels, and they have one daughter.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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