Attended Oberlin College 1890-1893; M.D. 1896 Rush Medical College.
Married on Oct. 1, 1896.
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1920 US census Oak Park, Cook, Illinois - Clarence 49 yrs, physician, Grace H. 48 yrs, Marcelline 21 yrs, Ernest M 20 yrs, Ursula 17 yrs, Madeline 15 yrs, Carol 8 yrs [born Michigan], Leicester 4 yrs, 1 servant
1910 US census Oak Park, Cook, Illinois - Clarence 38 yrs, physician, Grace H. 37 yrs, Marcelline 12 yrs, Ernest M 10 yrs, Ursula 6 yrs, Madeline 5 yrs, - uncle Benjamin T. HANCOCK 60 yrs born England, emigrated 1856, 2 servants
1900 US census Cierco, Cook, Illinois - Clarence 28 yrs, born 1871 Illinois, parents born CT, physician & lawyer, wife Grace 27 yrs, born 1872 Illinois, parents born England, daug Marcelline born 1898, son Ernest M born 1899 - also family of Ernest Hall, widower, b 1840 England, emigrated 1855
1880; Census Place: Cicero, Cook, Illinois
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Items at ancestry.com a subscription site
Title: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Author: Ancestry.com Page: Volume: 87; SAR Membership Number: 17303
Clarence Hemingway portrait Clarence Hemingway gravestone
Title: Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929
- ↑ Oberlin College. (1909). General catalogue of Oberlin college, 1833-1908. Oberlin, Ohio page 445
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