Bio: Bryant, Jess Randall MD (1867 – 19??)
Surnames: Bryant, Brown, Heald, Peterson
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Bryant, Jess Randall MD (11 October 1867 – 19??)
JESSE RANDALL BRYANT, M. D.,* physician and surgeon, who has been established in his profession at Wausau since 1910, is widely known and is an examiner for the Wisconsin State Tuberculosis Commission. He was born at Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County, Wis., October 11, 1867, and is a son of Erasmus P. and Frances (Brown) Bryant.
The Bryants are one of the pioneer families of Wisconsin. John and Elizabeth Bryant, the grandparents, came to the United States from Cornwall, England, locating first at Racine, but later moving into Sheboygan County. Erasmus P. Bryant was born in Wisconsin in 1849, and after following the drug business for fifty years, retired; he and wife live at Sheboygan Falls. They have one son and two daughters: Jesse R.: Helen, who is the wife of A. O. Heald. President of the German Bank of Sheboygan Falls: and Bessie, who is a teacher in the high school in that city.
Jesse Randall Bryant was graduated with the class of 1887 from the Sheboygan Falls High School. In the following year he was graduated in pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin, and in 1896 was graduated in medicine at Rush Medical College, Chicago. For a short time he practiced at Louis Corners, but afterward located at Lyndon Station, in Juneau County, Wis., and remained there for almost twelve years. He returned then to Chicago and took a post graduate course, and in December, 1908, established himself at Wausau, where he commands a large practice. He is a member of the Marathon County and the Juneau County Medical organizations, and the Wisconsin State and the American Medical Associations. For seventeen years Dr. Bryant has been continuously in professional harness, and through ability has won a leading place as a physician and surgeon.
In June, 1889, Dr. Bryant was married to Miss Elizabeth Peterson, a daughter of Qiarles A. Peterson, of Omro, Winnebago County. He belongs to the various Masonic bodies, to the Knights of Pythias and to the Modern Woodmen of the World.
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