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Allyn Merriam Hungerford (August 16, 1810 – June 17, 1883) was an American physician and politician. Hungerford was born in Watertown, Conn., August 16, 1810. He graduated from Yale Medical School in 1839. After graduation he practiced his profession for a short time in Hartford, Conn., and then in Cincinnati, Ohio, but in 1844 returned to his native town, where he continued medical practice until his death by apoplexy on June 17, 1883, in his 73rd year. He married Emily Platt, of Prospect, Conn., who died July 15, 1880. They had but one child, a son who survived them.

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  • Allyn Merriam Hungerford (August 16, 1810 – June 17, 1883) was an American physician and politician. Hungerford was born in Watertown, Conn., August 16, 1810. He graduated from Yale Medical School in 1839. After graduation he practiced his profession for a short time in Hartford, Conn., and then in Cincinnati, Ohio, but in 1844 returned to his native town, where he continued medical practice until his death by apoplexy on June 17, 1883, in his 73rd year. He married Emily Platt, of Prospect, Conn., who died July 15, 1880. They had but one child, a son who survived them.
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  • Allyn Merriam Hungerford (August 16, 1810 – June 17, 1883) was an American physician and politician. Hungerford was born in Watertown, Conn., August 16, 1810. He graduated from Yale Medical School in 1839. After graduation he practiced his profession for a short time in Hartford, Conn., and then in Cincinnati, Ohio, but in 1844 returned to his native town, where he continued medical practice until his death by apoplexy on June 17, 1883, in his 73rd year. He married Emily Platt, of Prospect, Conn., who died July 15, 1880. They had but one child, a son who survived them. Dr. Hungerford was thoroughly respected and esteemed as a physician and a citizen. He represented Watertown in the Connecticut State Legislature in the sessions of 1850 and 1851, and was Judge of Probate in the Watertown district in the years 1851, 1852, 1877, and 1878. This article incorporates public domain material from the 1884 Yale Obituary Record.
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