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Dr William Thomas Abrahams

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Dr William Thomas Abrahams

Birth
Newnan, Coweta County, Georgia, USA
Death
17 Sep 1898 (aged 64)
Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama, USA
Burial
McKinley, Marengo County, Alabama, USA
Memorial ID
85804416 View Source

1851-1853 - Attended, Univ of VA, from Livingston, AL
1855 - M.D. degree - New York Medical College, New York City, NY
1857-1861 - Practiced medicine, McKinley, Marengo Co, AL
04/25/1861 - Enlisted in Confederate
Army, Perry Co, AL, for 12 months
05/07/1861 - Served, Pvt, Co D, 4th AL Inf (performed daily duty as a physician)
07/00/1861 - On detached service,
Culpeper C.H., VA - "to attend
sick and wounded"
10/21/1861 - Pvt, 4th AL Infantry, detailed
on special duty in a hospital
05/10/1862 - Assigned to duty in
Richmond, VA, as a surgeon
07/12/1862 - Discharged from
the 4th AL Infantry
08/16/1862 - Appointed Surgeon to rank
from 06/14/1862
08/30/1862 - Ordered to report to
the 43rd AL Infantry
09/26/1862 - Confirmed as a Surgeon
by the Confederate States Senate
09/07/1863 - Surgeon, Dalton, GA
12/31/1862 - Chief Surgeon, Gen. Archibald Gracie's Brigade, Dept of E. Tennessee
03/13/1863 - Surgeon, 43rd AL Infantry
03/11/1864 - Ordered to report to the
Commandant of conscripts, Macon, GA
08/24/1864 - Member, Board of Examining
Surgeons, 3rd Congressional
District of GA
11/24/1868 - (may be 1863) Married, Annie King Crocheron, McKinley, AL
1874 - Practiced medicine, Dayton,
Marengo Co, AL
- Merchant broker, Mobile, AL

This biographical sketch is from:
Hambrecht, F.T. & Koste, J.L., Biographical
register of physicians who served the
Confederacy in a medical capacity.
02/27/2012. Unpublished database.

1851-1853 - Attended, Univ of VA, from Livingston, AL
1855 - M.D. degree - New York Medical College, New York City, NY
1857-1861 - Practiced medicine, McKinley, Marengo Co, AL
04/25/1861 - Enlisted in Confederate
Army, Perry Co, AL, for 12 months
05/07/1861 - Served, Pvt, Co D, 4th AL Inf (performed daily duty as a physician)
07/00/1861 - On detached service,
Culpeper C.H., VA - "to attend
sick and wounded"
10/21/1861 - Pvt, 4th AL Infantry, detailed
on special duty in a hospital
05/10/1862 - Assigned to duty in
Richmond, VA, as a surgeon
07/12/1862 - Discharged from
the 4th AL Infantry
08/16/1862 - Appointed Surgeon to rank
from 06/14/1862
08/30/1862 - Ordered to report to
the 43rd AL Infantry
09/26/1862 - Confirmed as a Surgeon
by the Confederate States Senate
09/07/1863 - Surgeon, Dalton, GA
12/31/1862 - Chief Surgeon, Gen. Archibald Gracie's Brigade, Dept of E. Tennessee
03/13/1863 - Surgeon, 43rd AL Infantry
03/11/1864 - Ordered to report to the
Commandant of conscripts, Macon, GA
08/24/1864 - Member, Board of Examining
Surgeons, 3rd Congressional
District of GA
11/24/1868 - (may be 1863) Married, Annie King Crocheron, McKinley, AL
1874 - Practiced medicine, Dayton,
Marengo Co, AL
- Merchant broker, Mobile, AL

This biographical sketch is from:
Hambrecht, F.T. & Koste, J.L., Biographical
register of physicians who served the
Confederacy in a medical capacity.
02/27/2012. Unpublished database.

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