Dr. Clement T. Guillaume, who for almost a third of a century has engaged in the practice of medicine in Utica,
his office being located at No. 248 Genesee street, was born in Boonville, this county, September 17, 1858, his
parents being Frederick and Mary (Lewis) Guillaume. The father was a teacher of languages in France, his native
country, prior to his emigration to the new world, and after coming to New York conducted a private school for
instruction in languages at Boonville, Dr. Guillaume pursued his education in the schools of his native city and
afterward took up the study of medicine in the Cincinnati Eclectic Medical College, from which in due course of
time he was graduated. He arrived in Utica in 1880 and following his graduation opened an office for practice,
in which he has since continued, having long been well established as one of the more capable and therefore one
of the more successful physicians of the city. His knowledge is broad and comprehensive and in the diagnosis of
a case is seldom if ever at fault. Wide and thorough experience and continued study have constantly promoted his
efficiency and among his patrons are numbered many of the leading families of the city. He holds membership with
both the State and County Medical Societies.
On the 28th of February, 1880, Dr. Guillaume was married to Miss Mary J. Boyce, a daughter of Henry J and Jane
(Alvord) Boyce of Boonville. They, have long been well known in Utica where their circle of friends is almost coextensive
with the circle of their acquaintance.
History of Oneida County, New York
From 1700 to the present time
of some of its prominent men and pioneers.
By: Henry J. Cookinham
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company
Oneida County, NY
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