George Albert Guertin (February 17, 1869 – August 6, 1931) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as bishop of the Diocese of Manchester in New Hampshire from 1907 to 1931. Guertin was the first native of New Hampshire and the first French Canadian to be appointed as bishop in the United States. He is the namesake for Bishop Guertin High School
George Albert Guertin was born on February 12, 1869, in Nashua, New Hampshire. He was the son of George Guertin and Louis Lefebvre Guertin, both of French-Canadian descent. The younger George Guertin attended publish school in Nashua, then entered the new parochial school at St. Aloysuis Parish.
Guertin first attended St. Charles College in Sherbrooke, Quebec, then enrolled at St. Hyacinthe College in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. Bishop Denis Bradley then sent Guertin to study theology at St. John's Seminary in Boston, Massachusetts; he was the first graduate of St. John