CS Η Moseley, Dr. Edward Julian - Asst. Surgeon

Dr. Edward Julian Moseley

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Born:
January 28, 1838

Birthplace: Chesterfield County, Virginia

Father: Edward Hack Moseley 1789 – 1850

Mother: Mary Temple Murchie 1805 – 1870

Wife: Nannie Gwathmey 1842 – 1910
(Buried: Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia)​

Education:

Attended Hampden – Sydney College​
Attended University of Virginia​
1860: Graduated from University of New York City Medical School​

Occupation before War:

1860 – 1861: Medical Doctor in Manchester, Virginia​

Civil War Career:

1861: Enlisted in the 4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment​
Assistant Surgeon in the Confederate Army Artillery​
1864 – 1865: Assistant Surgeon Hugeneot Springs Hospital in Virginia​
1865: Paroled from Hugeneot Springs Hospital​

Occupation after War:

1865 – 1920: Medical Doctor in Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia​
Charter Fellow for the Virginia State Medical Society​

Died: April 22, 1924

Place of Death: Richmond, Virginia

Age at time of Death: 86 years old

Burial Place: Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia

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Tom Elmore

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I have a particular interest in the Huguenot Springs hospital, which had been a spa hotel prior to the war (since burned down). It was located only a few miles west of Richmond and accepted patients from Richmond hospitals, in particular Chimborazo. Manchester is just south of the James River from Richmond and was later incorporated into that city. It appears Moseley had a connection at the hospital:

Dr. Powhatan Spencer Dance, attended Hampden-Sidney, graduated with M.D. from the University of Virginia in 1854. Practiced medicine in Powhatan County, served as surgeon of the 4th Virginia Cavalry, then stationed at the General Hospital, Huguenot Springs.
 

Miles Krisman

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Dr. Edward Julian Moseley:

Born: January 28, 1838

Birthplace: Chesterfield County Virginia
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Father: Edward Hack Moseley 1789 – 1850

Mother: Mary Temple Murchie 1805 – 1870

Wife: Nannie Gwathmey 1842 – 1910

(Buried: Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia)

Education:

Attended Hampden – Sydney College

Attended University of Virginia

1860: Graduated from University of New York City Medical School

Occupation before War:

1860 – 1861: Medical Doctor in Manchester Virginia

Civil War Career:

1861: Enlisted in the 4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment

Assistant Surgeon in the Confederate Army Artillery

1864 – 1865: Assistant Surgeon Hugeneot Springs Hospital in Virginia

1865: Paroled from Hugeneot Springs Hospital

Occupation after War:

1865 – 1920: Medical Doctor in Richmond and Henrico County Virginia

Charter Fellow for the Virginia State Medical Society


Died: April 22, 1924

Place of Death: Richmond Virginia

Age at time of Death: 86 years old

Burial Place: Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Virginia


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For those interested in genealogy, this line of the Moseley family can be traced back to about 1640 in Virginia, and five more generations in England.
 
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