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Ashland County, Ohio
History & Genealogy

WAR OF 1861 - 1865

           

SURGICAL DEPARTMENT
(Transcribed by Sharon Wick)

        The following physicians from Ashland county served in the army:

Isaac L. Crane, M. D., a surgeon in the Twenty-second regiment, three months in 1861, and in the Sixty-third regiment from October, 1861, to January 28, 1863, when he resigned.  He also acted as brigade surgeon.
John Ingram, M. D., as surgeon in the Seventy-fifth from the first of November, 1863, until he resigned.
P. H. Clark, M. C., as assistant surgeon in field hospitals from June, 1862, at Farmington and Iuka, Mississippi, and temporarily in the Forty-third regiment.  In 1863 he was transferred to Cumberland and to Camp Parol prison in Annapolis, Maryland, and remained until fall.  In December, 1862, he was appointed pension surgeon, which position he now fills.
Oliver C. McCarty, M. D., acted as assistant surgeon in the One Hundred and Sixty-ninth during the one hundred days' service in 1864, and was transferred to the One Hundred and Eighty-first, where his time expired November 2, 1864.
Dr. John D. Skilling acted as assistant surgeon in the hospitals at Cumberland and Clarysville, Maryland, from 1862 to 1865, the close of the war.

 

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