Newman Thomas Brition Nobles ( 1873 – )

“NEWMAN THOMAS BRITON NOBLES, Cleveland, Ohio, was born in Batavia, New York, January 22, 1873, son of Newman Jasper and Elizabeth (Ware) Nobles. He attended the Rochester high school and also spent two years in the University of Rochester. He studied for his profession in the Cleveland University of Medicine and Surgery, graduating with the class of 1896. Since that time he has been in the practice of his profession in Cleveland. He has taken post-graduate courses in Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins University, the New York Post-Graduate School of Medicine, the New York Polyclinic, etc. Dr. Nobles holds the position of professor of surgery in the Cleveland Homoeopathic Medical College, and is attending surgeon to the Cleveland City Hospital, the Homoeopathic and Children’s hospitals. He holds membership in the following societies and clubs: University, Euclid and Union clubs of Cleveland, the American Institute of Homoeopathy, the Ohio State Homoeopathic Medical, the Northeastern and Northwestern Homoeopathic and the Cleveland Homoeopathic societies. He married June 29, 1899.”

Source:  History of Homeopathy and Its Institutions in America, Vol. 4, by William Harvey King, M.D., LL.D., The Lewis Publishing Co., New York and Chicago, 1905, page 293

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