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Dr John Fannin Young Paine
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Birth: Aug. 16, 1840
Louisiana, USA
Death: Oct. 12, 1912
Charles Town
Jefferson County
West Virginia, USA

1850 - Lived, East Feliciana Parish, LA (living with Ann F. Paine, 27 y.o. female, ?mother)
- Educated at Centenary College, Shreveport, LA
1860 - Lived, East Feliciana Parish, LA (living with A. F. Paine, 38 y.o. female -?mother)
1860 - Matriculated at the University of Pennsylvania, Medical Department, Philadelphia, PA, but did not graduate. (from: Jackson, East Feliciana Parish, LA)
1861 - M.D. degree, Medical Department of the University of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA (from LA)
08/21/1861 - Enlisted, Pvt., 4th LA Infantry, Camp Neafus [near Biloxi, MS] for 1 year
08/31/1861 - Pvt., (Old) Co. I, 4th LA Infantry
10/00/1861 - Pvt., (Old) Co. I, 4th LA Infantry
12/00/1861 - On furlough due to sickness
12/00/1861 - Appointed Asst. Surgeon
02/15/1862 - Discharged from the 4th LA Infantry, Camp Lovell [near Berwick, LA]
- Asst. Surgeon, Hospital, Corinth, MS
- Asst. Surgeon, Hospital, Holly Springs, MS
05/00/1862 - Passed, Confederate Army Board of Medical Examination, Columbus, MS
07/04/1862 - Ordered to report to commanding officer [S.O. 105/3 Dept. 2 & Western Dept. - Gen. Bragg]
10/00/1862 - Surgeon, 21st AL Infantry, Fort Morgan, AL
10/06/1862 - Transferred to Choctaw Bluff, AL
01/00/1863 - Surgeon, 21st AL Infantry, Choctaw Bluff, AL
03/20/1863 - As Surgeon, 21st AL Infantry, he was ordered to proceed to Mobile, AL, for the purpose of procuring medical supplies and medicines for the use of the Post at Choctaw Bluff, AL. [S.O. 83]
03/31/1863 - Post Surgeon, Choctaw Bluff, AL
12/01/1863 - Surgeon-in-charge, Hospital, Fort Morgan, AL
02/02/1864 - Appointed Surgeon, Provisional Army of the Confederate States, to rank from 06/28/1862
00/00/1864 - Chief Surgeon, Nidelet Hospital, Mobile, AL
02/02/1864 - Confirmed as Surgeon by the Confederate States Senate
08/08/1864 - Ordered to report for duty to Surgeon S. L. Nidelet, in charge of "Ross" General Hospital, Mobile, AL [S.O. 224/3]
11/08/1864 - Relieved from duty at Ross Hospital and ordered to open a hospital in a building known as the Mansion House [Mobile, AL] in which he would be surgeon-in charge [S.O. 313 District of the Gulf]
04/23/1865 - Applied for 30 days leave of absence "to visit his home in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana on business of great importance"
00/00/1865 - Surgeon-in-charge, Gen. Hospital, Gainesville, AL
05/13/1865 - Paroled, Gainesville, AL
1873,1874 - Practiced medicine, Mobile, AL
~1873 - Married, Bettie Estes, Mobile, AL
1874 or 1875 - Moved to Ennis, Texas
1875 - Professor, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Texas Medical College and Hospital, Galveston, TX
- Member, Galveston County Medical Association
1879 - Dean of the Faculty, Texas Medical College and Hospital, Galveston, TX
1880 - Practiced medicine, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX
1885 - Chairman, Section on Gynecology, American Medical Association
1885 - President, Galveston County Medical Association
1885-1886 - Professor, Materia Medica, Therapeutics, and Hygiene, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
1886 - Chairman, Section on Medical Practice, American Medical Association
1886 - Practiced medicine, New Orleans, 172 Carondelet, Orleans Parish, LA
1886,1890,1893,1896 - Practiced medicine, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX
1887-1897 - Professor, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Texas Medical College and Hospital, Galveston, TX
1887-1897 - Dean of the Faculty, Texas Medical College and Hospital, Galveston, TX
1888-1889 - President, Texas State Medical Association
1890 - Member, American Medical Association
1890 - Member, Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association
1890 - Fellow, American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
1890 - Honorary member, Louisiana State Pharmaceutical Association
1890 - Honorary member, Alabama State Surgical and Gynecological Association
1900 - Practiced medicine, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX
1900 - Obstetrician and Gynecologist to the John Sealy Hospital, Galveston, TX
1900 - Fellow of the Texas Academy of Science
1907 - Lecturer, Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Nursing, University of Texas School of Medicine, Galveston, TX
1910 - Practiced medicine, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX (living with wife Bette and children including Erin Paine)
1912 - Living with daughter, Erin Paine Kennedy, Charles Town, Jefferson Co., WV
10/12/1912 - Died, Charles Town, Jefferson Co., WV cause: "Heart disease" and "Complications of the infirmities of age")

Note: George Seitz created this memorial and noted that Dr. Paine served the Confederacy in a medical capacity.

This biographical sketch is from:
Hambrecht, F.T. & Koste, J.L., Biographical
register of physicians who served the
Confederacy in a medical capacity.
02/19/2014. Unpublished database.
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth W. Estes Paine (1855 - 1937)*
 
 Children:
  Erin Paine Kennedy (1875 - 1934)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Zion Episcopal Churchyard
Charles Town
Jefferson County
West Virginia, USA
 
Maintained by: bioengineer
Originally Created by: George Seitz
Record added: Dec 24, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 6045754
Dr John Fannin Young Paine
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Dr John Fannin Young Paine
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Dr John Fannin Young Paine
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- Hutch
 Added: Jul. 13, 2015
Rest in peace
- lpr
 Added: Feb. 27, 2007
 
 
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