Jonathan Arnold (1741 - 1793)

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Birthplace: Glocester, Providence, RI
Death: Died in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, United States
Occupation: physician
Managed by: Michael Stanley Warner
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About Jonathan Arnold

Jonathan Arnold (1741-1793) was an American physician and statesman from New England. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island. Arnold served in the Continental Army as a surgeon, and directed the army hospital at Providence. In 1774 he was a charter member of the Providence grenadiers. He was a member of the general assembly in 1776, and author of the act of May 1776, repealing the law providing for the oath of allegiance to England. [1] During the revolutionary war he was a surgeon in the army, and director of the army hospital at Providence. He represented Rhode Island as a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1782 and 1783. He moved to a farm in St. Johnsbury, Vermont in 1787, and later served as a judge.

Arnold Park in St. Johnsbury near the site of his home is named for him. 
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Dr. Jonothan Arnold's Timeline

1741
December 3, 1741
Glocester, Providence, RI
1763
June 19, 1763
Age 21
1764
March 3, 1764
Age 22
1766
February 5, 1766
Age 24
1768
April 22, 1768
Age 26
1770
April 23, 1770
Age 28
1773
March 24, 1773
Age 31
1777
November 22, 1777
Age 35
November 22, 1777
Age 35
1780
March 12, 1780
Age 38