Charles L. Hubbell, M. D.
Charles L. Hubbell, M. D.

Information on this page is from History of Rensselaer Co., New York by Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, published in 1880.

CHARLES L. HUBBELL, M. D. was born in Williamstown, Mass., Sept. 16, 1827. He graduated from Williams in the class of 1846, and from Berkshire Medical College in 1848. He first settled in Williamstown, but subsequently removed to Troy, in 1854, where he entered into general practice.

He is a member of the Berkshire County Medical, the Massachusetts State Medical, and the Rensselaer county Medical Societies; was president of the latter in 1874.

He is the author of a pamphlet on "Medical Examinations for Life Insurance," and other articles on medical subjects. He was attending physician and surgeon for seven years to the Troy Hospital; also for eight years post surgeon to Watervliet Arsenal; is now one of the attending physicians and surgeons to the Marshall Infirmay. He served during the war as surgeon to the Black Horse Cavalry, and, after they had disbanded, to the 12th New York Volunteers.

In September, 1852, he married Juliette E., daughter of Gersham T. Bulkley, Esq., of Monroe, Mich. She died in June, 1876.

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