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Dr Isaac Curd

Dr Isaac Curd

Birth
Death 2 Feb 1928 (aged 92)
Richmond City, Virginia, USA
Burial Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA
Plot Section: 23 Lot: 147
Memorial ID 11448363 · View Source
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Fourth Virginia Cavalry

The son of Thomas and Jane Lewis Curd earned his Medical Degree from the Medical College of Virginia in 1860. In 1861, he enlisted in the Goochland Light Artillery. In November of that year, he was appointed Assistant Surgeon and detailed to the General Hospital in Lewisburg. In March of 1862, he enlisted with Company F of the Fourth Virginia Cavalry. In June of that year, he married Maria Louise Harris. September brought a Certificate of Disability for chronic asthma that ended his military career. In 1863, as a private citizen, he arrested and delivered seven deserters to the enlisting officer at Goochland. After the War, he farmed in Goochland. Before 1880, he had moved to Richmond to practice medicine. By 1889, he was a member of the Richmond Board of Health. He continued to practice medicine and was involved with a Confederate Veterans group. After being widowed, he practiced in Gordonsville until 1911 when he was asked to be the Physician-in-charge of the Smallpox Hospital in Henrico county. He returned to Gordonville, but died at Richmond.

From: Hambrecht, F.T. & Koste, J.L., Biographical register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity. 02/24/2012. Unpublished database.


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Gravesite Details , Date Of Burial :, Confederate Soldier State : Virginia Regiment : 4th Company : F, Ref: Cemetery Records

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  • Created by: George Seitz
  • Added: 30 Jul 2005
  • Find A Grave Memorial 11448363
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Dr Isaac Curd (3 Feb 1835–2 Feb 1928), Find A Grave Memorial no. 11448363, citing Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by George Seitz (contributor 40539541) .