Wilmer Cemetery, Wilmer, South Frontenac, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada 
Find A Grave Memorial# 95261535
"Dr. Albert Edward Freeman was the general practicioner and county doctor. Freeman was a vivid and colourful personality, with intellect verging on genius. Dr. Freeman came to Inverary in 1887, as a newly fledged doctor. He opened his office first in a section of the Rhone house, and later bought the house he would live in the rest of his life.
An epidemic of diptheria raged in the village and surrounding townships at the time of Freeman's arrival in Inverary, introducing the young doctor to a very busy life that would eventually have him fighting epidemics of scarlet fever, malarial fever and typhoid.
Denied the opportunity of attending public school in his home town of Wilmur after grade five. He continued his studies secretly in his bedroom at night, until the age of 1? when a teacher came to board and urged him to return to school. Dr. Freeman then entered Sydenham High School at the age of 18, graduating in three years and going on to Model Teacher's College in Kingston, and from there on to medical school.
After graduation Freeman travelled to Winnipeg where he decided to set up practice. It was there that he was approached by John Gibson of Inveraray who interceded on behalf of the children of the village who were dying from an epidemic of black diptheria. Freeman agreed to set up his practice in Inveraray"
-newspaper clipping. Source?
1. Dr. Norman Victor Freeman, Sr., b. 24 Apr 1892, Inverary, South Frontenac, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada , d. 8 Jan 1971, Battersea Bethel Pentecostal Church, Battersea, South Frontenac, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada (Age 78 years)