Samuel Cameron Coleman, D. D. S. - One of the leading dental surgeons of the North Country, Dr. Coleman is widely
known in Franklin County and has successfully engaged in practice at Malone since 1897. He was born at Kemptville,
Ontario, Canada, June 9, 1874, the son of John and Mary Ann (Cummings) Coleman.
John Coleman was born in Ontario in 1829 and spent his entire life as a farmer. He died at Kemptville in May, 1927.
His wife was the daughter of William John Cummings. There were seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. Coleman: 1.
Annie, who died July 14, 1880. 2. Jennie, married William IL Buchanan, lives near Kemptville, Ont. 3. William John,
a farmer, lives near Heckston, Ont. 4. Alexandria, who died in 1910. 5. Robert Ernest, farmer, lives near Kemptville,
Ont 6. Samuel C., the subject of this sketch. 7. Oswald, born in March, 1878. He is a graduate of the Dental College,
University of Pennsylvania, class of 1902, now engaged in practice at Madrid, N. Y.
Samuel Cameron Coleman is a graduate of Kemptville High School and in 1897 received the degree of Doctor of Dental
Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. He immediately established his present practice in Malone, and still
maintains offices at 111 East Main Street. He is a member of the Franklin County, New York State and American Dental
On Sept. 14, 1905, Dr. Coleman married Miss Elizabeth Hawley, the daughter of Thomas and Jessie (McCrea) Hawley,
of Malone. Both are deceased and are buried at Nicholville, N. Y. Doctor and Mrs. Coleman had two daughters: Helen,
who died at the age of five years; and Katherine, who died at the age of 14 years. Both are buried in Morningside
Doctor and Mrs. Coleman are members of the Baptist Church, and he is affiliated with the Masonic Lodge, being a
Knight Templar; and member of the Karnak Temple of the Mystic Shrine of Montreal. He also belongs to the Kiwanis
Club and Chamber of Commerce. Politically Dr. Coleman is a Republican, and he has served as village trustee.
Dr. Coleman lives at 23 Park Street, Malone, and also owns a fishing camp at Mountain View, N. Y.
The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932
Franklin County, NY
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Names M to Z
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