Dugger, James M (Monroe) 41
born in VA son of James and Elizabeth Lucas Dugger.
In CSA Pruden's Battery Artillery (State Troops) Captain W.H. Pruden
Wife Anne E d/o Osborn Wiggins b. 1791 NC, merchant in Macon Co 1850)
Two daughters: Martha married Cincinnatus Marion Lucus
Mr. Monfort was married in 1847 to Miss Mary E. Dugger, born in Virginia in 1828, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Lucas) Dugger. He (James Dugger) was a native of Virginia, a farmer, and migrated to Georgia and settled in Crawford County early in the century.
Dugger, J.M. M.D. (CSA)
Buried in Butler Cemetery
NEWSOM Benjamin F 40 M W Physician Birth 26 May 1820 in Warren, Georgia, United States Death 13 Aug 1882 in Reynolds, Taylor, Georgia, United States Buried: Newsome Cemetery, South of Reynolds
MITCHELL J D 30 M W Physician
COLEMAN Alfred 49 M W Physician
CULPEPPER James M. 37 M W Physician
EDWARDS Augustus L. 32 M Physician
ROPER James E. 40 M Physician http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/taylor/census/1860/1860cen4.txt
Butler - Town of D.A. Smith age 49 W.F. GANN age 25 John A. WALKER age 52 licensed to practice medicine in Butler in 1853. Attended Southern Botanico-Medical Collage in Forsyth Ga. It opened in 1839 and the school burned in 1855 and was moved to Macon and renamed. Researcher: Clyde Walker firstname.lastname@example.org McGee, J.P. DENTIST age 56 CEDAR CREEK TURNER, Levi B. Dr. w m 28 Boarder Medical doctor (living in household of Benjamin Brooks) REYNOLDS, Town of CHRISTOPHER, W.H. age 61 Listed in 1860, 1870, 1880 Census for Reynolds Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery - Butler Christopher, W.H. M.D. (CSA) 25 Sep 1818 - 8 Nov 1885
1897 - Pension Application of Enoch Collins J.G. White and W.C. Bateman
Superior Court Records 1894-1913 Davis, Dr. H.W. Registered on page 2 Fickling, C.F. 3 Garrett, J.A. M.D. Wheeler, L.W. MD 1 Lee W. Residence when certified: Wrightsville, GA Certificate #557 Apr 3, 1900 Registered Jan 31, 1901 11 am Clerk O.T. Montfort Hall, D.H. Marion Co March 9, 1855 Feb 11 1901 regis 3:30pm O.T. Monfort Jefferson College Philadelphia Garrett, Eli, DDS Sept 6, 1902 Atlanta Dental College May 6, 1901 date of dipoloma W.R. Hammond Pres Board of Trustees Davis, H.D., Dr. Feb 1, 1904 College of Physicans and Surgeons Atlanta GA 1900 date of diploma Dr.A.W. Calhoun, Pres of college Carter, E.W., M.D. Apr 10, 1906 Medical Dept College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta GA Apr5, 1906 Dr. Joseph E. Allen Blondy, A.B., M.D. March 31, 1908 Georgia College of Electic Medicine and Surgery, Atlanta March 28, 1899 – diploma S.T. Biggers, M.D. President A.J. Thomas, Vice Pres Garrett, J.A. M.D. Flem, Taylor Co Graduated Atlanta Ga Col Physi & Surgeo #1278 April 9, 1907 Turk, T.G., M.D. May 15, 1908 Atlanta School of Medicine April 22, 1908 diploma F.M.Ridley, MD Pres May 15, 1908 1-30 pm registerd #1633 W.W. Edwards M.D. Tazewell, GA University for the South Oct 1898 Sewanee TN J.S. Cain, Pres S.H. Bryan, M.D. Reynolds, GA Vanderbuilt University, Nashville, TN IH. Gass, M.D. President J.H. Kirtland, Chancelor This Sept 13, 1919 OT Montfore J.E. Mangham, M.D. Reynolds Vanderbuilt University, Nashville, TN Graduated Mar 22, 1894 R.K Hargrove, pres Regi Apr 14, 1894 Fickling, C.F. MD Taylor Co, GA Southern Medical College, Atlanta GA March 2, 1893 Registerd April 11, 1913 Pres of college Thos L. Powell, M.D. President
Dr. William Caldwell (brother of Yelverton Caldwell) was a doctor of the old school, practicing medicine, surgery, dentistry, or anything that gave relief to suffering humanity in Butler and Taylor County. He was subject to call any hour of the day or night. He traveled on horseback and filled his own prescriptions, from his saddle bags, which he always carried....while still a young physician, and War Between the States seemed inevitable, Dr. Caldwell was among the first to volunteer. He and his closest friend, a young lawyer, Col. W. L. Grice, marched together at the head of the line, the two tallest men, in the first volunteer company, to leave Butler, to fight for the "cause they knew was right." This gave a close tie of friendship between the Grice and Caldwell families, which extended through several generations. The Gray coat worn by Dr. Caldwell, as a Confederate army surgeon, and the Testament he carried in his pocket during the four years in service are now in possession of his granddaughters at Hawkinsville...When Dr. Caldwell arrived in Butler from North Ga., his family included his wife and three children, William Preston, Emma Rosalind and Charles Alfonso. The youngest son, Solon Maloy, known as Loy, was born after the family came to Butler.