Biography of S. V. Frame, M.D.


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Frame, S. V., M. D., was born in Depauville, N. Y., January 22, 1841, and was educated at the University of Buffalo, graduating in medicine in 1862. September 3, 1863, he enlisted in the 14th N. Y. Heavy Artillery and served with that regiment until honorably discharged at Fort Richmond, in February, 1865. He was then appointed assistant surgeon in the 16th N.Y. Heavy Artillery and served until the close of the war. Dr. Frame participated in the battles of Dutch Gap, Chapin's Farm, Laurel Hill, the operations about Petersburg, Fort Fisher, Wilmington, N. C., North Branch Cape and Fear River, N. C. He is a prominent G. A. R. man and was the first commander of his post. He came to Clayton in 1868, where he has since followed the practice of his profession. He married Avis D. Johnson, and they have three children: Merton E., Herbert J. and Vivian B. Dr. Herbert J. Frame is a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md., in the class of 1896, and is now associated with his father. Dr. Frame's father was a physician in the town of Clayton, at Depauville, and his grandfather was alsd a physician at Russia, Herkimer county, and came to Depauville in 1822.

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