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Thomas Joshua BENNETT, MD
d.15 Mar 1927 Austin, Travis, Texas
m. Est 1851
  1. John W BENNETT1852 - 1936
  2. Thomas Joshua BENNETT, MD1854 - 1927
  3. William BENNETT1855 - 1867
  4. George W BENNETT1856 - 1925
  5. Albert BENNETT1859 - 1938
  6. Henry Clay BENNETT1861 - 1949
  7. Benjamin Franklin Bennett1864 - 1930
  8. James BENNETT, JrEst 1866 - Abt 1906
  9. Hiram H (Harry) BENNETT1868 - 1955
  10. Mary Lavina (Mamie) BENNETT1869 - 1903
  11. Martha Alice BENNETT1873 - Aft 1910
  12. Charles Andrew BENNETT1875 - 1917
m. 30 Dec 1885
m. 31 Jan 1901
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Joshua BENNETT, MD
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][4][5][6] 21 Jan 1854 Williamson County, Texas_PROOF: proven
Graduation[8][9][6][10] 29 Mar 1883 New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana_PROOF: proven Tulane University School of Medicine
Occupation[9][6] 1883 Webberville, Travis, TexasMedical Doctor- in practice with Dr L D Hill _PROOF: proven Secondary date: APR 1883
Marriage 30 Dec 1885 Austin, Travis, Texas_PROOF: proven
to Eupha Amanda HUME
Census[12] 4 Jun 1900 Austin, Travis, Texas_PROOF: proven Precinct No. 3, Part of 2nd Ward
Marriage 31 Jan 1901 St Louis, St Louis, Missouri_PROOF: proven
to Emily J Hostetler
Census[14] 21 Apr 1910 Austin, Travis, Texas_PROOF: proven _SHAR: ROLE: spouse Precinct No. 3, Part of 3rd Ward
Occupation[11][9][6][17] 1884–1927 Austin, Travis, TexasMedical Doctor _PROOF: proven
Other[15] Est 1921 Austin, Travis, TexasTexas, Index Card Collections, 1800-1900 _PROOF: proven Misc
Death[7][3][4][1][8][6] 15 Mar 1927 Austin, Travis, Texas_PROOF: proven
Burial[4][3][16] 16 Mar 1927 Austin, Travis, Texas_PROOF: proven Oakwood Cemetery
Other[13] 1904–1927 Austin, Travis, TexasAutomobile enthusiast, President Austin Autombile Club _PROOF: proven Hobby

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Thomas Joshua Bennett medical practice: Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "," http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsc31.html (accessed May 28, 2007). SCOTT, ZACHARY THOMSON (1880-1964). Zachary Thomson Scott, physician, son of Lewis and Abby (Boyle) Scott, was born on December 25, 1880, at Fort Worth, Texas. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston in 1903. While a medical student residing in St. Mary's Hospitalqv he was responsible for rescuing scores of patients trapped by the rising waters produced by the Galveston hurricane of 1900.qv After graduation he began his practice in Clifton, Bosque County. In 1909 he moved to Austin, where with Thomas J. Bennett he established the Austin Sanitarium and developed a lifelong interest in the Texas Tuberculosis Association. He instituted the sale of tuberculosis seals in Texas. During World War Iqv Scott served as a lieutenant commander in the navy and was in charge of a unit at the naval hospital in Gulfport, Mississippi. After the war Scott and Frank C. Gregg established the Scott-Gregg Clinic in Austin in 1923. Scott retired from his practice in 1947 and began breeding cattle on a farm near Buda; he crossed Santa Gertrude with Herefords for a new breed he called San Gerfords. Scott married Sallie Lee Masterson on June 2, 1909; they were the parents of two daughters and a son, Zachary Thomson Scott, Jr.,qv who became a well-known actor. Scott died in Austin on January 19, 1964, and was buried in Austin Memorial Park. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Cattleman, February 1964. Vertical Files, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.


UT Southwestern Medical Center, Texas Physicians Historical Biographical Database, (http://www4.utsouthwestern.edu/library/doctors/doctors.cfm?alpha=B)

Found 39 reference(s) for Thomas Joshua Bennett Reference: "A case of multiple fibroid complicating pregnancy," Tex. Med. News 5:538-541, Oct. 1896 Reference: "A case of plantar neuritis with reaction of the plantar cutaneous nerve: recovery," Tex.Med. J. 6:341-342, Feb. 1891 Reference: "A case of traumatic tetanus treated by hot water baths," Tex. Med. J. 3:75-77, Sept. 1887 Reference: "Differentiation between chancre and chancroid, with table," Daniel's Tex. Med. J. 1:310-315, Jan. 1886 Reference: "How to prevent after-pains," Tex. Med. J. 7:213-217, Dec. 1891 Reference: "Hydrocephalus, with report of a case," Tex. Med. News 6:56-59, Dec. 1896. Illus. Reference: "Hyperchlohydria," Tex. Med. News 10:1-7, Nov. 1900 Reference: "Intussusception, with report of a case," Tex. Med. News 5:58-61, Dec. 1895. Illus. Reference: "A more liberal diet in typhoid fever," Tex. Med. News 7:407-413, August 1898 Reference: "The first pan-American medical congress," Tex. Sanitarian 2:457-466, Sept. 1893 Reference: "Experiments to test the antagonismbetween strychnia and urethan, and between strychnia and chloral," Trans. Tex. St. Med. Assoc. 19:177-182, 1887 Reference: "Hemorroids, fissures and fistula in ano, and their treatment," Tex. Med. J.4:109-117, Sept. 1888 Reference: "How to prevent after-pains," Trans. Tex. St. Med. Assoc. 23:167-169, 1891 Reference: "The national sin of ommision," Trans. Tex. Med. Assoc. 26:287-297, 1894 Reference: "The national sin of omission," Tex. Sanitarian 3:267-276, May 1894 Reference: "A new forceps for intestinal anastomosis," Tex. Med. News 8:270-272, April 1899 Reference: "Our New York letter," Tex. Med. News 8:8-11, Nov. 1898 Reference: "Our New York notes," Tex. Med. News 8:115-118, Jan. 1899 Reference: "Our new York letter," Tex. Med. News 8:165-168, Feb. 1899 Reference: "Our New York letter," Tex. Med. News 8:229-230, March 1899 Reference: "Rectal feeding," Tex. Med. News 15:383-388, June 1906 Reference: "A remarkable case of elephantiasis," Daniel's Tex. Med. J. 5:52-53, August 1889 Reference: "Some interesting cases in surgery," Tex. Med. News 11:183-186, Feb. 1902 Reference: "Some remarks on the operation for hernia," Tex. Med. J. 20:259-262, Jan. 1905 Reference: "Splenectomy: axial rotation and death of spleen - recovery," Tex. Med. News 10:703-706, Oct. 1901 Reference: Tex. Med. J. 6:401-403, March 1891 Reference: Tex. Med. J. 19:486, May 1904 Reference: "The treatment of anal fistulae without cutting operation," Trans. Tex. St. Med. Assoc. 21:112-114, 1889 Reference: "A treatment for fistula in ano without cutting operation," Daniel's Tex. Med. J. 8:390-393, April 1893 Criticism by Will B. Davis: 8:511-512, June 1893 Reference: "Treatment of pneumonia," Tex. Med. J. 4:325-330, Feb. 1889 Reference: Tex. Med. J. 19:399, April 1904 Reference: "Typhoid fever," Daniel's Tex. Med. J. 1:12-15, July 1885 Reference: "Intussusception, with report of a case," Tex. Med. News 5:58-61, 1895-96 Reference: "A modern treatment of hemorrhoids," Tex. Med. J. 11:64-69, 1895-96 Reference: "Report of a case of outward dislocation of the knee," Tex. Med. J. 9:505, 1893-94 Reference: Red, George Plunkett (Mrs.). The medicine man in Texas. Houston: Standard Printing and Lithographing Co., 1930, pp.321-322. OCLC 17340684 Reference: Tex. Sanitarian 4:185-187, March 1895 Reference: TSJM, 17:47-48, June, 1921. Port. Reference: 1930. Red, George Plunkett. The Medicine Man in Texas.Houston, TX:Standard Printing and Lithographing Co., pg. 321-22. http://mcgovern.library.tmc.edu/MedManTX/P321.htm TSJM = Texas State Journal of Medicine (OCLC #:1779320)

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Cameron Herald B Thur., 26 May 1904 Marriage Licenses: Alex Brown to Alberta Granison; Charlie Brown to Lula Cobb Sickness - Dr. T. J. Bennett of Austin, while assisting in the operation on Mrs. Chas. Williams last week, stuck a small piece of bone in one of his fingers and contracted blood poison. He has grown worse and is in very critical condition.


THE TEXAS SANITARIAN, edited by Dr. T J Bennett, of Austin, Texas


President Austin Automobile Club 1904


SOURCES Doctors Sustain Injuries Date: 1910-11-29; page 3 Paper: Dallas Morning News


Doctors' Election Closes Convention Date: 1921-05-13; page 4 Paper: Fort Worth Star-Telegram


Hurt in Auto Accident Date: 1905-01-30; page 5 Paper: Dallas Morning News


Medical Graduates Date: 1883-03-30; page 2 Paper: Times-Picayune


Thomas J Bennett Morrison & Fourmy's General Directory of the City of Austin, 1900-1901. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth61100/


partnership page 16 Title Zachary Scott: Hollywood's sophisticated cad Hollywood legends series Author Ronald L. Davis Edition illustrated Publisher Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2006


Practicing Physician Certifies Automobile Promotes Public Health Date: 1917-12-02; Part 5, Page 7 Paper: Dallas Morning News


automobile club Motor age, Volume 5 Published 1904 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Oct 26, 2009


Convicted of Abortion The Alabama Medical Journal, Volume 14 Medical Association of the State of Alabama Publisher s.n., 1901 Original from Harvard University Digitized Jun 26, 2008


Dr and Mrs Bennett Are Here From Austin The Lubbock Avalanche (NA) 11 Apr 1922, page 1

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    Name: Thomas Joshua Bennett
    Year of Birth: 1854
    Year of Death: 1921 _TMPLT:
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  2. American Medical Association, 1993, Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929.

    Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929
    Name: Thomas Joshua Bennett
    Birth Date: 21 Jan 1854
    Birth Place: Austin, TX
    Death Date: 16 Mar 1927
    Death Place: Austin, TX
    Type Practice: Allopath
    Practice Specialities: Austin, TX, 1883
    Licenses: TX
    Practice Dates Places: Austin, TX, 1883
    Medical School: Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans: Univ. of LA Med. Dept., 1883, (G)
    Education: Greenwood Masonic Inst., Trinity Univ.
    JAMA Citation: 88:1920
    Cause of Death: angina pectoris; (M) _TMPLT:
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  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," database, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch (https:/fa
    Dr T J Bennett; State of Texas, Travis County; 10724; 15 March 1927.

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  5. , "," (I)Texas State Journal of Medicine, Vol. XVII No. 2 (June 1921), online archives, Google Books (books.go
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    Dr. Thomas Joshua Bennett, our Fifty-fourth President, was born near Austin, Travis County, Texas, January 21,1854. He is a son of James and Margaret (Hamilton) Bennett. He spent his early life in the neighborhood in which he was born, attending the country schools of Williamson County, then spending two years in Greenwood Masonic Institute, Round Rock, and two years in Trinity University, Tehuacana. Considering his preliminary education complete, Dr. Bennett taught school for three years and then entered the Medical Department of the University of Louisiana (Tulane), from which institution he graduated as Doctor of Medicine, in March, 1883. Immediately upon his graduation, he entered practice at Webberville, near Austin, in connection with Dr. L. D. Hill, a well known physician of that place.
    In March, 1884, Dr. Bennett moved to Austin, where he has practiced for the past 37 years. During the first eight years of his practice in Austin he was a member of the firm of Morris and Bennett. For the next fifteen years he was a member of the firm of Bennett and Hudson, and now is the senior partner in the firm of Bennett, Weller and Weller. For nine years he was connected with Seton Infirmary, doing both general practice and surgery, and for eight years he practiced surgery exclusively in the Austin Presbyterian Sanitarium. For sixteen years he lectured on surgical subjects to nursing classes of these hospitals.
    In 1885 Dr. Bennett was married to Miss Amanda Hume of Austin, who died in 1892.
    He subsequently married Mrs. Emily (Hostetter) Daniel.
    Dr. Bennett during his entire professional life has been an active worker for organized medicine. In fact, he has been looked upon by many of his confreres as one of the chief corner stones of that structure. He was a member of the first Board of Councilors, following the reorganization under the then new American Medical Association plan, and shared all of the trials, tribulations and glories of that immortal group. He has, with a brief interval here and there, served continuously since that time—18 years, not counting the intervals just referred to. He has served as both secretary and president of his county and district societies, and has also been a vice-president of the State Medical Association. He has for many years been a Fellow of the American Medical Association and is a member of the American Public Health Association. He is U. S. Pension Examiner at Austin, and served as chairman of the District Board of Medical Examiners throughout the World War. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church and is a Mason of high degree. Dr. Bennett has been a conservative but consistent contributor to medical literature. He was the founder of the Texas Sanitarium, subsequently the Texas Medical News and now Medical Insurance and Health Conservation, to which he contributed much in the way of editorial matter and otherwise.
    The following are the titles of some of his papers, which were published in various medical journals: "Typhoid Fever, a Case With Unusual Complications;" "Differentiation Between Chancre and Chancroid, with Table;" "A Case of Traumatic Tetanus Successfully Treated by Hot Water Baths;" "Hemorrhoids, Fissures and Fistula in Ano, and Their Treatment;" "Treatment of Pneumonia;" "A Remarkable Case of Elephantiasis;" "A Case of Plantar Neuritis with Resection of the Plantar Cutaneous Nerve, Recovery;" "How to Prevent After Pains;" "Perineal Prostatectomy;" "Splenectomy, Axial Rotation and Death of Spleen, Recovery;" "A Treatment for Fistula in Ano Without a Cutting Operation;" "The First Pan-American Medical Congress;" "The Nation's Sin of Omission;" "Drains and Drainage."
    The Journal is pleased to present herewith a very good likeness of our honored President. We congratulate the profession on the election .of "this grim-visaged veteran, fresh from the battlefields of misery and sorrow, this gray-haired victor of 10,000 contests with disease and death," to quote from the nominating speech which made him President-elect. He will make us a good President and we are looking to him for results. _TMPLT:
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    Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "," http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsc31.html (accessed May 28, 2007).

    SCOTT, ZACHARY THOMSON (1880-1964). Zachary Thomson Scott, physician, son of Lewis and Abby (Boyle) Scott, was born on December 25, 1880, at Fort Worth, Texas. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston in 1903. While a medical student residing in St. Mary's Hospitalqv he was responsible for rescuing scores of patients trapped by the rising waters produced by the Galveston hurricane of 1900.qv After graduation he began his practice in Clifton, Bosque County. In 1909 he moved to Austin, where with Thomas J. Bennett he established the Austin Sanitarium and developed a lifelong interest in the Texas Tuberculosis Association. He instituted the sale of tuberculosis seals in Texas. During World War I Scott served as a lieutenant commander in the navy and was in charge of a unit at the naval hospital in Gulfport, Mississippi. After the war Scott and Frank C. Gregg established the Scott-Gregg Clinic in Austin in 1923. Scott retired from his practice in 1947 and began breeding cattle on a farm near Buda; he crossed Santa Gertrude with Herefords for a new breed he called San Gerfords. Scott married Sallie Lee Masterson on June 2, 1909; they were the parents of two daughters and a son, Zachary Thomson Scott, Jr.,qv who became a well-known actor. Scott died in Austin on January 19, 1964, and was buried in Austin Memorial Park.

    BIBLIOGRAPHY: Cattleman, February 1964. Vertical Files, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.