Person:Brodie Herndon (1)

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Dr. Brodie Strachan Herndon
b.07 JUL 1810 Fredericksburg, VA
d.07 AUG 1886 Washington, SC
    m. 17 NOV 1806
    1. Dr. Brodie Strachan Herndon1810 - 1886
    2. Commander William Lewis Herndon1813 - 1857
    m. 25 NOV 1830
    1. Dr. Dabney Herndon1831 - 1912
    2. Dr. James Carmichael Herndon1831 - 1877
    3. Dr. Brodie Strachan Herndon1834 - 1890
    4. Sarah Parker Herndon1835 - 1881
    5. Elizabeth Hull Herndon1837 - 1916
    6. Lucy Herndon1839 - 1887
    7. Ann Maury Herndon1841 - 1885
    8. Mary Herndon1843 - 1878
    9. Margaretta Herndon1844 - 1845
    Facts and Events
    Name Dr. Brodie Strachan Herndon
    Gender Male
    Birth[1] 07 JUL 1810 Fredericksburg, VA
    Marriage 25 NOV 1830 Salubria, Culpeper, VAto Lucy Eleanor Hansbrough
    Death? 07 AUG 1886 Washington, SC

    Dr. Herndon, who was born in Fredericksburg on July 7, 1810, was a graduate in medicine from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and received his degree of M. D. at the early age of 20. He first settled in Culpeper Court House, where he remained for 10 years; removing to his native town, where he practiced his profession until the outbreak of the Civil War, when he was appointed a surgeon in the Confederate Army in charge of hospitals in Richmond, 1861-65. After the close of the war, he returned to Fredericksburg where he remained for thre years. At the solicitation of his four daughters, who had married Savanah men, he moved to that city, where he practiced his profession until a few years before his death which occurred at the residence of his son, Dabney, in Washington, D. C., Saturday, August 7, 1886.

    References
    1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
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      Dr. Herndon, who was born in Fredericksburg on July 7, 1810, was a graduate in medicine from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and received his degree of M. D. at the early age of 20. He first se ttled in Culpeper Court House, where he remained for 10 years; removing to his native town, where he practiced his profession until the outbreak of the Civil War, when he was appointed a surgeon in th e Confederate Army in charge of hospitals in Richmond, 1861-65. After the close of the war, he returned to Fredericksburg where he remained for thre years. At the solicitation of his four daughters, w ho had married Savanah men, he moved to that city, where he practiced his profession until a few years before his death which occurred at the residence of his son, Dabney, in Washington, D. C., Saturd ay, August 7, 1886.