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GREEN, John Orne, physician, born in Malden, Massachusetts, 14 May, 1799 ; died in Lowell, Massachusetts, 23 December 1886. He was graduated at Harvard in 1817, and at the medical school in 1822. He then settled in East Chehnsford (now Lowell), Massachusetts, and practiced his profession. In 1834 Dr. Green was councillor of the Medical society of Massachusetts, and in 1846 delivered the annual address before that body. From 1868 till his death he was senior physician of St. John's hospital. For many years he was president of the " Old residents' historical society," chairman of the school committee, and was interested in municipal affairs. He published "History of Small-Pox in Lowell" (Boston, 1837); "Memorial of John C. Dalton" (1864);" An Address before the Citizens of Lowell at the Dedication of the Green School-House" (Lowell, 1865) ; "Lowell and Harvard College in the ' Transactions of the Old Residents' Association'" (1877); and an address before that body (1868).--His son, John Orne, physician, born in Lowell, Massachusetts, 7 June, 1841, was graduated at Harvard in 1863, and at the medical school in 1866. In 1867 he visited Europe, and studied in Berlin, Vienna, and Wiirzburg, his specialty being aural surgery. On his return he settled in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1869-'70 he was instructor in aural surgery in Harvard, and since that date has been aural surgeon in the Boston City hospital. Dr. Green has contributed frequent papers to medical and surgical journals.
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