|Birth: ||Oct. 29, 1841|
|Death: ||Apr. 18, 1915|
Miliary: During the Civil War, he enlisted as a Private in Company A, Sixteenth Missouri Volunteer Cavalry on 1 November 1863; discharged 30 June 1865 at Springfield, Missouri . He also served 90 days in 1861 with the 2nd Kansas Inft. and with the Missouri State Militia. He received a pension (Certificate #890200) of $23 per month because of rheumatism and heart disease under the Act of 27 June 1890. In his military records he was described as 6 feet tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes, and dark hair. He graduated from the American Medical College at St. Louis in 1880. He practiced medicine in Ozark County and Douglas County, Missouri . The Douglas County post office of Smallett was named for him.
From sketch on Dr. James Small:
The later was born in Va. March 16, 1844, and has borne her husband the following children:
(1) Jennie, wife of W.F. Patterson of Nebraska;
(2) Emma A., wife of J. G. Siler, of Forsyth, Mo.;
(3) Olivia, who died at the age of three years;
(4) Nellie, wife of J. H. Bunyard;
(5) Laura M., who died at the age of two years;
(6) Robert W., and
(7) James A.
The link below for his spouse should read "Mary Small." The tombstone adds dates and "Wife of Dr. James Small, Born Mar. 16, 1844 Died Feb. 10, 1908."
James Small (1803 - 1865)
Mary Ann Wallace Small (1802 - 1868)
New Johnsonville Cemetery
Maintained by: Jennie Hill Cobb
Originally Created by: Lindsay Brock
Record added: Feb 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 48772318
Added: Feb. 19, 2013