CS Η Fauntleroy, Dr. Archibald Magill

Dr. Archibald Magill Fauntleroy

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Born: July 8, 1836

Birthplace: Warrenton, Virginia

Father: Brig. General Thomas Turner Fauntleroy 1796 – 1883
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​

Mother: Ann Magill 1799 – 1862
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​

Wife: Sarah Harrison Conrad 1842 – 1908
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​

Children:

Anne Magill Fauntleroy 1867 – 1955​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​
Colonel Powell Conrad Fauntleroy 1869 – 1933​
(Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia)​
Elizabeth Whiting Fauntleroy Clack 1871 – 1934​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​
Dr. Thomas Turner Fauntleroy 1873 – 1912​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​
Dr. Charles Magill Fauntleroy 1881 – 1936​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​
Katharine Brooke Fauntleroy 1882 – 1963​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​
Louise Fauntleroy Seabrook 1886 – 1924​
(Buried: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia)​

Education:

1857: Graduated from Virginia Military Institute​
1858 – 1859: Attended University of Virginia​
1860: Graduated from University of Pennsylvania Medical School​

Occupation before War:

1860 – 1861: Assistant Surgeon in United States Army​
1861: Resigned from United States Army on May 9th

Civil War Career:

1861: Appointed Surgeon, Provisional Army of Confederacy​
1861: Surgeon for Captain Powell's Company, 6th Virginia Cavalry Regiment​
1861: Reclassified as Assistant Surgeon in Confederate Army​
1861: Surgeon at General Hospital No. 1, in Lynchburg, Virginia​
1861: Relieved from Duty at General Hospital No. 1, Lynchburg, Virginia​
1861: Confirmed as Assistant Surgeon by Confederate States Senate​
1862: President Army Medical Board for CSA Army of the Potomac​
1862: Assistant Surgeon at General Hospital No. 1, Lynchburg, Virginia​
1862 – 1863: Assistant Surgeon General Hopistal No. 2, Danville, Virginia​
1863: Medical Director for the Confederate Department of North Carolina​
1864: Surgeon in Wilmington, North Carolina​
1864 – 1865: Surgeon at General Hospital in Staunton, Virginia​
1865: Paroled by the United States Army at Appomattox on April 9th

Occupation after War:

1865 – 1886: Medical Doctor in Staunton, Virginia
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1876 – 1886: Superintendent Western Lunatic Asylum in Staunton, Virginia​
President of Virginia State Medical Society​
Member of the Virginia State Board of Health​

Died: July 19, 1886

Place of Death: Staunton, Virginia

Cause of Death: Hemorrhage of the bowels

Age at time of Death: 49 years old

Burial Place: Mount Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia
 
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