Charles Mertz Arbuthnot
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|Charles Mertz Arbuthnot|
|Born||Charles Mertz Arbuthnot
15 December 1852
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
|Died||2 October 1920
While he was young, Arbuthnot remained at home helping his father on the family farm while also teaching in the district schools until 1875. He then attended Leavenworth Normal School, then a principal at public school in Peabody, Kansas for two years.
While working through his education and teaching, Arbuthnot had been studying medical books. In 1878 he went to Philadelphia and took a medical course at Jefferson Medical College. After graduating in 1881 he returned to Republic County and began practicing medicine in Belleville.
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