Biography of Orlando C. Eastman


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Eastman, Orlando C., was born in Rodman, January 10, 1854. He was educated in the schools of his native county and had the advantages of the Watertown High School and Adams Collegiate Institute. He engaged in teaching and in 1884 entered the office of Dr. J. R. Sturtevant of Theresa. One year later be came to Watertown and studied with Dr. C. N. Johnson, with whom he continued until Dr. Johnson's removal to California, when he continued his studies under Dr. A. B. Stevens, who succeeded Dr. Johnson. Dr. Eastman was graduated from the University Medical College of New York city in March, 1SSS. and commenced practice in Watertown in the same year, and where he is now located. He joined the County Medical Society July 10, 1888, and acted as county physician for the years 1889-90-91-92. He was elected vice-president of the Jefferson County Medical Society for the year 1896, and was elected and served as its president for the year 1897. Dr. Eastman was married August 13, 1879, to Mary E. Taylor of Brownville, N. Y., and his family consists of his wife and two daughters: Mollie E., born July 15, 1882, and Amitta P., born January 13, 1891.

Our County and it's people
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Edited by: Edgar C. Emerson
The Boston History Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1898