|Birth: ||Aug. 10, 1840, Cuba|
|Death: ||Oct. 11, 1914|
New York, USA
Jerome was the son of Dr. Peter Bauduy and Amelia Keating, daughter of John Keating, of Castle Keating, Limerick, Ireland who was a member of the Irish Brigade who was to have received the Cross of Louis XVI.
Jerome's father, Peter was killed in the wars in Havanna, Cuba in 1840. His mother, Amelia Keating was from Philadephia who became a Carmelite nun after her husband's death and when her son, Jerome was 10 years old.
Jerome was one month old when he arrived in New York from Matanzas, Cuba. Arriving 10 Sept 1840 on ship Caspar Hauser.
Jerome attended Georgetown College and later to Belgium. He graduated with honors and received his Bachelor of Philosophy from University of Louvian. Jerome returned to Philadelphia to study medicine as a private student of Dr. Acosta. He graduated from Jefferson College of Medicine in 1865.
Jerome entered the Army of the Potomac and was at the second battle of Bull Run. Now being transferred to the Army of the Cumberland he was attached to the staff of General Rosecrans. In 1861 he was commissioned by President Abraham Lincoln second lieutanant of the Fourth Regiment Artillery. Jerome resigned with the army to start his practice of medicine.
He married Caroline Bankhead, daughter of General Bankhead of the U. S. Army in Nashville, Tn on 5 Jun 1864. He then arrived in St. Louis, Mo in 1865.
He was physician in chief to St. Vincent's hospital for the Insane. He held that position for 24 years. He resigned in 1889 from this position to accept another as chair of professor of diseases of the mind and nervous system in the College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1879 Jerome received an honorary degree of LL.D from St. Louis University. In 1891 he was elected to the same chair at Missouri Medical College which is now Washington University School of Medicine.
He contributed to many medical journals and medical magazines. In 1876 he published work on "Nervous Diseases"
He was a very prominent doctor and did charitable works. He was appointed physician to the Visitatin Academy, House of Good Shepherd, Female Orphan Asylum, under the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Jerome was a member and appointed president in 1890 of the St. Joseph Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society. Member of the Medico-Chirurgical Assocation of St. Louis, the American Neurological Association, the New York Medico-Legal Society, American Association of Medical Superintendents of Insane Asylums.
Thanks to Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest and book by Dorothy Garesche Holland written in 1963. Latin American Studies.org/Garesche-Baudy.
See Caroline for additional children listing.
Caroline Bankhead Bauduy (1839 - 1930)
James K Bauduy (1864 - 1864)*
William Keating Bauduy (1866 - 1917)*
James Bankhead Bauduy (1869 - 1896)*
Elizabeth Bauduy (1870 - 1949)*
Eulalie Bauduy Reedy (1872 - 1901)*
Pierre J Bauduy (1874 - 1874)*
Louis C. B. Bauduy (1877 - 1910)*
Alexander Bauduy (1882 - 1883)*
Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum
St. Louis City
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Record added: Feb 18, 2010
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