C L Hart 1836 - 1899
January 09, 2008
homeopathist, physician and surgeon, came to Omaha in February, 1880, having been (second vice president) for the Nebraska State Homeopathic Society, being a member about three years while a resident of Sioux City, Iowa.
He was born in Rochester, N. Y., August 25, 1836, and moved to Milwaukee, Wis., in 1837, with his father, Edward B., one of the pioneers of that city. He lived there until he entered the Wisconsin State University at Madison in 1856; attended there for three years, leaving there at the end of the Junior year, commenced the study of medicine with Dr. Bowen, of Madison.
Afterwards attended the Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College, and the New York Homeopathic Medical College and graduated from the New York Ophthalmic Hospital College in 1872.
He practiced in Madison nearly five years. In the fall of 1874 he removed to Sioux City, and remained there until going to Omaha.
He was married at Madison Wis., to Miss Ella R. Telford. She was a native of the Province of New Brunswick. She died January, 1880, leaving two children, Effie I., eight years old; Frank J., two years old. The Doctor has one daughter, Edith L., by a previous marriage.
He is a member of the American Institute of Homeopathy, and the American Ophthamological and Otological Society, and the State Homeopathic Association. He is a member of the American Legion of Honor and of the Methodist Church.