Hewitt, Clifford, M. D., has practiced his healing art at Hoosick Falls with eminent success since February.
1884, and is no less popular and well esteemed as a physician than as a man and citizen. He is an active member
of the Baptist church, also the Temple of Honor, and believes in the necessity of absolute prohibition of the liquor
traffic. He married in 1878. while a resident of Fort Edward, N. Y., Miss Mary E. Wood of that place. They have
four children. Dr. Hewitt was born January 23, 1855, at Greenfield, N. Y., son of Clark Hewitt of a family descended
from the Scotch people and whose first American ancestors settled at Stonington, Conn. His father died when he
was thirteen, and having an elder brother already practicing medicine at Port Edward, he went there, completing
his preparatory education at the seminary there and in 1872 beginning medical research in his brother's office.
In 1878 he attended lectures at Burlington, Vt., and thence to the University of the City of New York. whence he
was graduated in 1879.
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897
Rensselaer County, NY
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