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Physician, minister, and post master.
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Born in Georgia. Lived in Hamilton County between Jasper and Live Oak. Served in the Florida House, 1885, 1887.
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White was born in Marianna on September 19, 1876. After school he completed Florida State College and entered the medical program at Howard University. After graduation in 1903, he opened an office in Apalachicola, where he practiced for 13 years before moving to Tampa. He opened a sanitarium there in 1917. He was president of the Tampa branch of the NAACP.
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"Sen. Krimminger was a medical doctor, a professor of Greek & Latin, a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1868, County Superintendent of Lafayette Co. schools. Assassinated while serving as Lafayette Co. judge at New Troy in [October 1871]."
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Identified as Dr. Charles Alston Gee, husband of Elizabeth Walton Dismukes, and father of Susan Dismukes Gee Dupont, 1833-1867.
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Lucille Lightsey and Susie Turner on right end.
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They are picnicking in Spring 1898 awaiting permission to take relief supplies to Cuba.
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Dr. Bronaugh caught yellow fever at the first legislative council meeting in Pensacola, July 1822, and died on September 3, 1822.
He had been Andrew Jackson's personal army surgeon.
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Assistant surgeon general USPHS. Sent to Tampa to confirm 1880s out-break of Yellow Fever.
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Spanish-American War wounded were nursed at the convent. The convent is operated by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. It also has a school attached to it, known as St. Mary, Star of the Sea.
Dr. Samuel Mudd was accused of treating the injured John Wilkes Booth after the murder of President Lincoln. Charged with conspiracy, he was found guilty and sentenced to prison in Fort Jefferson, Florida (near Key West).
When an outbreak of yellow fever killed the prison doctor in 1867, Dr. Mudd took over the role and helped to stem the epidemic.
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Dr. Mudd was imprisoned in Fort Jefferson, Florida, on July 24, 1865, pardoned in February 1869, and released on March 11, 1869.