Early History of the Medical Profession in Norfolk Co

1853 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
the second minister of Medfield, graduated at Harvard College in 1724. He studied medicine, and died of smallpox, but the time and place of his death I have not ascertained. Dr. James Jerauld came from France. He settled in the easterly part of Medfield, before 1733, and had a large landed estate there, which he cultivated with slave labor. He was for many years extensively and successfully engaged in the practice of medicine, and died October
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