|Birth: ||May 26, 1818, USA|
|Death: ||Feb., 1899, USA|
The son of Nathan and Sarah W. Meaux Crump earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in 1843. About 1847 he married Emilie Ann Savage. The 1850 census marks him a farmer in New Kent county, in 1860, it says he was practicing medicine there. During the Civil War, he was Acting Assistant Surgeon at Chimborazo Hospital Number Three in Richmond. He was captured and paroled there. When he applied for a passport to the West Indies in 1867, it described him as five feet, nine inches, with dark eyes and hair. During the years 1870 to 1890, he practiced medicine and was a merchant in Richmond.
This biographical sketch is from:
Hambrecht, F.T. & Koste, J.L., Biographical register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity. Unpublished database.
From The Library of Virginia:
Crump, Leonard Crawford. Papers, 1863-1899.
Accession 21388. 8 leaves and 1 page.
Newspaper clippings photocopies.
Papers, 1863-1899, of Doctor Leonard Crawford Crump (ca. 1820-1899) of New Kent County and Richmond Virginia, consisting of accounts, military order, pass, and contract for Crump dealing with his work at Chimborazo Hospital during the Civil War.
Emilie Ann Savage Crump (1829 - 1917)
Created by: George Seitz
Record added: Feb 22, 2001
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