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!UNKNOWN LABEL

Label
1862-1883
Inclusive dates
1862-1883
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Subject
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1862-1883, of W. L. Baylor (1825-1894) of Petersburg, Virginia, consistiong of: a commission, 5 February 1862, as assistant surgeon in the Confederate army from Secretary of War Judah P. Benjamin (1811-1884); oath of allegiance, 6 April 1865, of W. L. Baylor; two letters, 7 September 1866 and 8 November 1866, from George A. Otis (1830-1881), assistant surgeon-general, to Baylor transmitting abstracts of cases treated at the Confederate hospital in Petersburg during October 1863 and June 1864; and a letter, 20 April 1883, from Charles H. Crane (1825-1883), surgeon-general, sending Baylor a copy of the MEDICAL AND SURGICAL HISTORY OF THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, part III, volume 2
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Warner Lewis Baylor was born 22 June 1825 in Caroline County, Virginia, to George Daniel Baylor (1789-1848) and Elizabeth Lewis Fox Baylor (1794-1837). He became a doctor and was appointed an assistant surgeon in the Confederate army during the Civil War. After the war, he practiced medicine in Petersburg, Virginia. Baylor married first Mary A. E. Chappell (1828-1868) 27 January 1864 in Petersburg, Virginia, and they had two children. He married second Elizabeth Hoskins Wright and they had five children. Baylor died in 1894.
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Vi
Form designation
Papers
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!UNKNOWN LABEL
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
7
Immediate source of acquisition
Baylor, George D.
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000504405
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Photostats (negative)
Type of unit
leaves.

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