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Dr Carlton Pennington Frost

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Dr Carlton Pennington Frost

Birth
Sullivan, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA
Death
24 May 1896 (aged 65)
Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA
Burial
Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA
Memorial ID
84951717 View Source

Educated at Thetford Academy (Vermont) and Dartmouth College (1852), he commenced the study of medicine in 1853 and attended lectures at Dartmouth Medical College, Vermont Medical College, New York Medicinal College and Bowdoin Medical College. He received his MD from Dartmouth in 1856 and from New York in 1857.

Dr Carlton Frost was Surgeon, 15th Vermont Infantry, from 10/2/1862 to 5/3/63, and later Surgeon of the Board of Enrollment of Soldiers, 2nd Vermont Congressional District, until 6/15/1865.

In 1868 he was appointed assistant professor at the Dartmouth Medical College and professor in 1870. For many years Dr Frost was Dean of the Dartmouth Medical College as well as a one of the trustees of the New Hampshire Asylum for the Insane.

He was a member of the Vermont Medical Society, the New Hampshire Medical Society, White Mountain and Connecticut River Medical societies, and of the American Medical Association. He was the author of several medical papers which have been published.


Children:
- Edwin Brant Frost (July 16, 1866-May 14, 1935) m Mary E Hazard

Died of heart disease.

Source:
- Frost Family in England and America, with Special Reference to Edmund Frost By Thomas Gold Frost, Edward Lysander Frost
- Transactions of the New Hampshire Medical Society By New-Hampshire Medical Society

Educated at Thetford Academy (Vermont) and Dartmouth College (1852), he commenced the study of medicine in 1853 and attended lectures at Dartmouth Medical College, Vermont Medical College, New York Medicinal College and Bowdoin Medical College. He received his MD from Dartmouth in 1856 and from New York in 1857.

Dr Carlton Frost was Surgeon, 15th Vermont Infantry, from 10/2/1862 to 5/3/63, and later Surgeon of the Board of Enrollment of Soldiers, 2nd Vermont Congressional District, until 6/15/1865.

In 1868 he was appointed assistant professor at the Dartmouth Medical College and professor in 1870. For many years Dr Frost was Dean of the Dartmouth Medical College as well as a one of the trustees of the New Hampshire Asylum for the Insane.

He was a member of the Vermont Medical Society, the New Hampshire Medical Society, White Mountain and Connecticut River Medical societies, and of the American Medical Association. He was the author of several medical papers which have been published.


Children:
- Edwin Brant Frost (July 16, 1866-May 14, 1935) m Mary E Hazard

Died of heart disease.

Source:
- Frost Family in England and America, with Special Reference to Edmund Frost By Thomas Gold Frost, Edward Lysander Frost
- Transactions of the New Hampshire Medical Society By New-Hampshire Medical Society


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