(1835 - 1909)
Home State: Rhode Island
Education: Brown University, U Penn. Medical College
Branch of Service: Medical
Son of a Scottish born physician, he was a graduate of Brown University (1858) and the University of Pennsylvania Medical College (1861). Appointed Assistant Surgeon, 4th Rhode Island Infantry on 30 October 1861.
On the Campaign
He was detailed to the (probably 9th Corps) General Hospital at Sharpsburg, where "his duties were arduous".
The rest of the War
On leave in January and October 1863. On recruiting duty in March 1864. On special duty at the Divisional Hospital July 1864. Discharged at the end of his term of service on 26 August 1864.
After the War
He returned to Providence and went into practice with Dr. Henry Rivers. He helped open the Rhode Island Hospital in 1868, and was a surgeon on the staff there. He retired due to failing health about 1889, and died of a cerebral hemorrhage 10 years later.
References & notes
05/25/1835; North Providence, RI
12/17/1909; Providence, RI; burial in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, RI