From: "Canadian Men & Women of the Time 1912"
Ed. Henry James Morgan, Toronto, William Briggs, Richmond St. W., 1912
Physician. Son of W.W. Chipman of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. He was born there, educated Acadia University (B.A. 1890), and Edinburgh University (M.D. and gold medal 1900). One of the most distinguished of his class.
In 1889 he married Maude Angus, daughter of R.B. Angus of Montreal, and gained the Buchanan scholarship, giving him the position of resident surgeon to the university gynecology wards of the Royal Infirmary. Later he was appointed resident house surgeon to the Royal Memorial Hospital and in 1897, house surgeon of the Bolton Infirmary, Lancashire, England. Afterwards, he was assistant to Professor Barbour in Edinburgh.
M.D., C.M., ad eun, McGill University, 1911, F.R.C.S., (Edinburgh) On his return to Canada he joined the staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital, and is now engaged in general practice in that city.
Address: 285 Mountain Street, Montreal