Bixby, Amos Stoddard
Age: 35, credited to Mount Holly, VTVITALS
Birth: 09/24/1828, Mount Holly, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Pleasant View Cemetery, Ludlow, VT
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Amos Stoddard Bixby, M. D. Ludlow, Vt.
Bixby, Amos S., 1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, Co. H; b. Mt. Holly, Vt.; age 35; cred. Acworth; enl. Sept. 1, '64, for 1 yr.; must, in Sept. 7, '64, as Prlv.; app. Asst. Surg. Dec. 1, '64; must, out June 15, '65. P. 0. ad., Ludlow, Vt. (Record, Ayling's Register, 1895, p. 924.)
Amos Stoddard Bixby
Surgeon Bixby was born in Mount Holly, Vt., September 24, 1828. He was the son of Amentus William and Hannah Maria (Stoddard) Bixby and grandson of Joseph Bixby. His preliminary education was received in the district and high schools of his native place and he commenced the study of medicine at Hartford, Vt., with Dr. A. B. Bixby as preceptor, attending three courses of lectures at Hanover, and was graduated from Dartmouth Medical College in 1862. Commenced the practice of medicine in Troy, N. H., and afterwards moved to Acworth, N. H.
Dr. Bixby enlisted as a private soldier September 1, 1864, for one year; appointed assistant surgeon of the First Regiment New Hampshire Heavy Artillery, December 1, 1864, and remained as such until mustered out June 15, 1865. He is a member of the Grand Army and of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Married, July 21, 1850, Jane S. Stiles, Windsor, Vt. Children, four: Mary A., Wilber Fisk, Kate Salvina.
Source: HISTORY of the NEW HAMPSHIRE SURGEONS IN THE WAR OF REBELLION
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By Granville D. Conn
CONCORD, N. H.
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Contributed by Dave Morin.