Biography of W. Herbert Nickelson


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Nickelson, W. Herbert, was born in Lowville, May 18, 1858. His father, Charles Nickelson, was also a native of the same town, where his parents were among the pioneer settlers. Charles Nickelson married Martha, daughter of Samuel Smith, of Gouverneur, N. Y., and through life has been identified in agricultural and insurance business. William Herbert was educated in Canton Union School and was graduated from the St. Lawrence University in 1879, with the degree of A. B.; and was graduated from the Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago in 1881 with the degree of M. D., and afterwards received an honorary degree of M. A. from the St. Lawrence University, beginning his practice in Adams. In 1884 he married Lizzie B., daughter of Cyrus K. and Susan (Phillips) Stone, and they have one daughter, Mary E. Dr. Nickelson is a trustee of the First Presbyterian church of Adams, of the Union School and Adams Collegiate Institute, a member of the American Institute of Homoeopathy, the New York State Medical Society, Jefferson County Homoeopathic Medical Society and president of the Medical Chirurgical Society of Central New York, and a visiting physician in the Homoeopathic Hospital of Syracuse, N. Y. He is also a Mason, being a member of Rising Sun Lodge No. 234, F. & A. M., and a member of Adams Chapter No. 205.

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The Boston History Co., Publishers 1898

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