Albert P. Rounsevell, a highly respected physician and surgeon, has made a significant impact in Grand Forks County, North Dakota. Born in New York and educated in Philadelphia and Chicago, Dr. Rounsevell began his medical career in Minnesota before eventually settling in Larimore, where he has dedicated himself to his practice for over twenty-seven years. He has achieved remarkable success and earned a well-deserved reputation among his peers. Alongside his medical profession, Dr. Rounsevell has been actively involved in various fraternal and patriotic organizations, holding prominent positions within the Masonic Order and serving in leadership roles for other groups. He is also a loving husband and father, blessed with three children.
Albert P. Rounsevell, a highly esteemed physician and surgeon in Grand Forks County, North Dakota, was born in Tompkins County, New York. He is the son of Nelson and Betsey (Patch) Rounsevell. Dr. Rounsevell received a comprehensive English education at the public schools and the Courtlandville Academy in New York. He further prepared himself for his professional career by attending the Philadelphia College of Physicians and Surgeons and Rush Medical College in Chicago.
In 1871, Dr. Rounsevell embarked on his professional journey in Elysian, Minnesota. He practiced there until 1877 when he relocated to Ontonagon, Michigan, where he continued his medical practice until 1882. The following year, he moved to Delano, Minnesota, where he practiced until establishing his practice in Larimore. For the past twenty-seven years, Dr. Rounsevell has dedicated himself to this practice. He has achieved remarkable success in his professional endeavors and has earned a well-deserved reputation among his peers.
From 1884 to 1903, Dr. Rounsevell served as the coroner of Grand Forks County without interruption. From January 1907 until the present time in 1909, he has continued to hold this office. Dr. Rounsevell actively participates in various fraternal and patriotic organizations, including the Masonic Order, where he holds a prominent position. He has also served as the past chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, past chief ranger of the Independent Order of Foresters, and high physician of the high court of Foresters. Furthermore, he served as the past commander of Appomattox Post No. 24 of the Grand Army of the Republic and held the position of department commander in 1895-96.
In 1873, Dr. Rounsevell married Miss Flora F., the daughter of J. C. York and Elizabeth (Ward) York, in St. Peter, Minnesota. They have been blessed with three children: Arthur H., Fred L., and Guy K.
C.F. Cooper & Company, History of the Red River Valley, Past And Present: Including an Account of the Counties, Cities, Towns And Villages of the Valley From the Time of Their First Settlement And Formation, volumes 1-2; Grand Forks: Herald printing company, 1909.