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The De Gregoris Image collection

The original source of this collection of Civil War CDV's is Civil War surgeon, Charles Henry Alden, Brigadier General, Medical Corps, U.S. Army

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Page: 3

This collection of CDV's has NOT been fully researched yet and there ARE errors and omissions.  Any help in supplying information or sources on the individuals would be greatly appreciated. 

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AD 3a

Apt. Surgeon William Potter Grier, U.S.A.

Pa,  Pa

Surg 30 July 1862;  killed 8 Jan 1866 explosion of steamer on the Arkansas

Not in Roster; or AMA

AD 3b

Havilah Mowry Sprague

Conn, Conn

Asst Surgeon 28 May 1861;  resd 5 Mav 1865; died 30 May 1874

Medical/Surgical History--Part I, Volume I
XX. Extracts from Observations on the Battle of Wilson's Creek.  By Assistant Surgeon H. M. SPRAGUE, U. S. Army.

CASE.--Private John A. Lasell, Co. C, 60th New York Volunteers, aged 24 years, received, at the battle of Gettysburg, July, 1863, a gunshot wound of the eye and head. He was conveyed to the field hospital, where he remained until July 10th, when he was transferred to New York, entering McDougall Hospital on the 12th. He died August 23d, 1864. Assistant Surgeon H. M. Sprague, U. S. A., reports the case.

Multiple extensive and detailed citations by Sprague in M & S History, but he's not listed in the Roster, Heitman, or the AMA.  ???

AD 3c

William Scott Tremaine

Prince Edward Island, N.Y.,

Asst. Surg. 24th Mass. Inf. Aug. 1863; Hon. mustered out April 1864; Surg. 31 US c. May 1864; resd Sept. 1864; Asst. Surg.  U.S.V. 1, Sept. 1864; Hon. mustered out 1866;  Maj. Surg. June 1882, retired 1891, died 1889

Roster: Mass. 24th Infantry,  Asst. Surgeon, Care A.G., U.S.A., promoted to surgeon,  U.S.C.T. April 1864

AMA data:

Name: William Scott Tremaine
Death date: Jan 9, 1898
Place of death: Buffalo, NY
Type of practice: Allopath
 

AD 3d

William Monroe Notson

Pa., Pa.,

Asst. Surg. April 1862, Maj. Surg. 1876; Brev. Capt. 1863 for gallantry and meritorious service at Gettysburg; died 1882

Not in Roster;

AMA data:

Name: William Notson
Death date: Dec 9, 1893  (?)
Place of death: Philadelphia, PA
Birth date: 1806
Type of practice: Allopath
Practice specialities:ID Infectious Diseases
States and years of licenses:PA, 1881
Places and dates of practices:Philadelphia, PA
Medical school(s): Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, 1846, (G) 

AD 3e

Levi H. Holden

R.I., R.I.,

Asst. Surg. June 1840; Maj. Surg. April 1860; retired Oct. 1868; died 1874.

Not in Roster or AMA

 

AD 3f

George Suckley 

N.Y., N.Y.,

Asst. Surg. Dec. 1853; resd Oct. 1856; Surg. U.S.V 3 Aug. 1861; bvt. Lt. Col. and Col. Vols., Aug. 1865; died 1869

Not in Roster or AMA

AD 3g

Richard Henry Coolidge

N.Y., N.Y.,

Asst. Surg. Aug. 1841; Major Surg. June 1860, Lt. Col. Medical Inspector, June 1862 to Oct. 1865.; died Jan. 1866.

Not in Roster or AMA

Richard H. Coolidge, military surgeon, was born in 1816 in New York City. He was appointed assistant surgeon in the United States army from New York state in 1841. In 1860 he was promoted surgeon. He was made medical inspector of the northern department and of the department of Pennsylvania in 1865; and subsequently promoted to brevet lieutenant-colonel for faithful and meritorious services during the civil war. He was medical director of the department of North Carolina at the time of his death. He died Jan. 23, 1866, in Raleigh, N.C.

AD 3h

Basil Norris

Md., Md.,

Asst. Surg. Oct. 1852; Maj. Surg. April 1862; Lt. Col. Surg. Dec. 1882; Col. Surg. 1888; retired March 1892; Died Nov. 1895

Not in Roster;

AMA data:

Name: Basil Norris
Death date: Nov 11, 1895
Place of death: San Francisco, CA
Type of practice: Allopath
Journal of the American Medical Association Citation: 25:873, 26:287 

AD 3i

Surgeon, Samuel Miller Horton, U.S.A.

Pa, Pa

Asst Surg 26 Aug 1861; Maj surg 26 1876; Lt Col Dep Surg General 4 Dec 1893; capt and maj 13 Mar 1865 for fai and ser dur the war; retd 6 June 1894

Not in Roster;

AMA data:

Name: Samuel M. Horton
Death date: Nov 1918
Place of death: Albany, NY
Birth date: 1838
Type of practice: Allopath
Practice specialities:GS General Surgery
Places and dates of practices: US Army, 1894, Boston, MA, Jun 26, 1911, Jan 31, 1913, Sep 20, 1913, Albany, NY, Sep 20, 1915, May 20, 1917
Medical school(s): Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, 1861, (G)

AD 3j

William James Hamilton White, U.S.A.,

D.C., D.C.

Asst. Surg. March 1850; Maj. Surgeon April 1862; Killed Sept. 17, 1862 at Antietam, Maryland.

Not in Roster

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American Surgical Sets:

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Medical Text-Books:

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Navy Surgeon Exams:

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