Charles Quigg

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Charles Emmett Quigg (September 30, 1851 February 12, 1909) was an American physician and politician.

Born in Ticonderoga, New York, Quigg went to Belfast Medical School and then to Bennett Medical College in Chicago, Illinois. In 1880, Quigg settled in Tomah, Wisconsin and practiced medicine. Quigg served as Mayor of Tomah from 1888 to 1890 In 1893, Quigg served in the Wisconsin State Assembly as a Democrat. Quigg died in Tomah, Wisconsin in 1909. [1] [2]

Notes

  1. 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1893,' Biographical Sketch of Charles Quigg, pg. 648
  2. 'Medical Review of Reviews,' vol. 15, Austin Flint Association, Incorporated: 1909, pg. 196


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