CS Η Talley, Alexander Nicholas - Surgeon

Dr. Alexander Nicholas Talley

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Born:
October 27, 1827

Birthplace: Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia

Father: Rev. Nicholas Talley 1791 – 1873
(Buried: Washington Street Methodist Church, Columbia, South Carolina)

Mother: Amy Ann Potter 1801 – 1873
(Buried: Washington Street Methodist Church, Columbia, South Carolina)

Wife: Eugenia Myers 1829 – 1904
(Buried: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery, Columbia, South Carolina)

Married: February 26, 1852 in Fairfield County, South Carolina

Children:

Clay Lawson Talley Unknown – 1903
(Buried: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery, Columbia, South Carolina)

Eugenia Talley Gibbes 1854 – 1912
(Buried: Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, South Carolina)

Dr. Alexander Nicholas Talley Jr. 1855 – 1919
(Buried: Magnolia Cemetery Charleston, South Carolina)

Amy Ann Talley Cunningham 1857 – 1897
(Buried: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Cemetery, Columbia, South Carolina)

Education:

1848: Graduated from South Carolina College

1851: Graduated from Medical College of South Carolina

1851: Trained at the hospitals in New York City, New York

Occupation before War:

1852 – 1861: Medical Doctor in Columbia, South Carolina

1854: Co Founder of Columbia, South Carolina Medical Society

1858: Member Judicial Council American Medical Association

1859: Conducted a Medical Class in Columbia, South Carolina

Civil War Career:

1861: Appointed Surgeon Provisional Army of the Confederacy

1861: Medical Director and Purveyor in Charleston, South Carolina

1861: Surgeon Stationed at Sullivan's Island near Charleston, South Carolina

1861: Medical Director & Medical Purveyor for CS Forces in South Carolina

1861: President Confederate Army Board of Medical Examination

1862: Surgeon Serving on the Medical Board

1863: Surgeon in Richmond, Virginia

1863: Co Author of: Manual on Military Surgery for CS States Army

1863 – 1864: Surgeon Stationed in Richmond, Virginia

1864: President Confederate Army Board of Medical Exams, Richmond

Occupation after War:

1867 – 1873 Professor of Medicine at University of South Carolina​
1869: President of South Carolina Medical Association​
Medical Doctor in Columbia, South Carolina
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1874: Chairman Section on Medical Jurisprudence American Medical​
1897: President Central National Bank in Columbia, South Carolina​

Died: July 6, 1897

Place of Death: Columbia, South Carolina

Age at time of Death: 69 years old

Burial Place: Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, South Carolina
 
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