Dr. William Robert Cluness



Dr. William Robert Cluness (1835-1918) was a medical doctor who came to California in 1859, first practicing in Petaluma, then moving to Sacramento in 1863. Dr. Cluness's family and that of Leland Stanford were both members of the St. Paul's Episcopal parish in Sacramento. Dr. Cluness was a member of both the local and state Boards of Health and was one of the organizers of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company. He served as President of the State Medical Society during 1890-1891. He retired to San Francisco in 1893.

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