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Collection — Box: 67
Scope and Contents Diploma from Edinburgh College of Medicine, 1785. Three small cards from the school with Potts name written in, 1785, 1786. License to practice medicine in Illinois, 1825, signed by John Todd, President of the Board of Censors and others.
Dates: Created: 1785 - 1825
Scope and Contents Stephen C. Deveny (c. 1845-1913) was a Civil War soldier and doctor. Born in Ireland, Deveny immigrated to Pennsylvania, and in the Civil War, he served in Company G of the 99th Pennsylvania Infantry. His service ended when he fell ill following his participation at the battle of Gettysburg. He spent the rest of the war and several years after studying medicine, and went on to become a surgeon. By 1900, he had moved to Chicago. He died on August 16, 1913. The collection consists of...
Dates: 1863 - 1868
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Family of Servetus M. Thorpe, a political leader and veteran of the Mexican-American War. Many of Servetus's children and grandchildren became doctors. Servetus's grandson, Leon G. Myers, was a teacher, principal, and superintendent in Clinton, Illinois. Servetus's great-grandson-in-law, Gale Corley, served as a Major in World War II.
Dates: Created: 1825-2003; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/2006