Note: I am not researching this family - this is part of a transcription project for the RIGenWeb mail list.Beth Hurd, Johnston, RI
from History of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Biographical NY: The American Historical Society, Inc. 1920
pp. 95 - 96:
"GEORGE EDWARD TEEHAN, M. D.--Soon after receiving his degree authorizing him to practice medicine, Dr. Teehan returned to his native city - Providence - and there since 1908 he has practiced the healing art, with offices at No. 98 Broad street.He is a son of Morris W. and Catherine (Dailey) Teehan, his father deceased.
George E. Teehan was born in Providence, R. I., July 17, 1879, and completed the full public school course, finishing with graduation, class of 1899.He then pursued a two years' course in chemistry at Leland Stanford University (California).This brought him to the time when a decision was made in the matter of a profession, the practice of medicine being chosen as a life work.He prepard at Yale Medical School, received his M. D. with the graduating class of 1907, then for a time was interne at Kings Park Hospital, New York City.With this extended preparation Dr. Teehan returned to Providence in 1908, and began general practice.He is medical inspector for the public schools at Providence, and a member of the surgical staff of Rhode Island Hospital, these duties being in addition to the demands of his private practice.He is a member of the American Medical Association and Rhode Island Medical Society, his clubs the Catholic, his political action strictly independent.Dr. Teehan married, October 14, 1917, Vesta Tomlinson, of New Brunswick, Mass."