(1837 - 1888)
Home State: New York
Education: City College of NY (1856), College of Physicians and Surgeons, Class of 1860
Branch of Service: Medical
After medical school he practiced at Bellevue Hospital, New York. At the start of the War, then age 24, he enrolled in New York City to serve three years, and mustered in as Assistant Surgeon, 9th NY Militia (83rd New York Infantry) on 27 May 1861.
On the Campaign
He was with his Regiment on the Campaign and treated casualties on the field at Antietam. He was at hospitals in Poolesville and Keedysville, and was assigned to the US Army General Hospital in Frederick, MD.
The rest of the War
He was ill with typhoid fever and resigned his commission in December 1862.
After the War
He practiced medicine and was an aural (ear) surgeon in New York City, and was active in professional organizations. He was on a trip to a medical conference in London when he died of apoplexy on the train from the port of Southampton in May 1888 at age 51.
References & notes
01/09/1837; New York City, NY
05/14/1888; near Southampton, ENGLAND; burial in Kensico Cemetery, Valhalla, NY