Thomas H. Wright

Birth: ?
Death: 1856
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

US Census

Year Occupation County Ward/District Post Office Page
1850 physician Baltimore City 13 337

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1814-1815 Thomas H. Wright doctor 26 S. Charles Street Baltimore City
1816 Thomas H. Wright doctor 26 S. Charles Street Baltimore City
1819 Thomas H. Wright doctor 12 N. Liberty Baltimore City
1840-1841 Thomas Wright doctor 71 Fayette St west of Howard Baltimore City
1829 Thomas H. Wright M.D. Fayette east of Howard Baltimore City
1842 Thomas Wright doctor 71 w Fayette st. Baltimore City
1845 T.H. Wright physicians 71 Fayette St. Baltimore City
1833 T.H. Wright doctor Fayette St near Howard St south side Baltimore City
1831 T.H. Wright doctor Fayette st near Howard, south side Baltimore City
1831 T.H. Wright doctor Fayette St between Howard and Park Baltimore City
1827 Thomas H. Wright M.D. Fayette south side east of Howard Baltimore City
1849-1850 Thomas H. Wright doctor 114 W Fayette Baltimore City
1824 Thomas Wright M.D. Fayette, north side west of North Baltimore City
1835-1836 Thomas H. Wright doctor 71 Fayette St. Baltimore City
1822-1823 Thomas H. Wright M.D. Liberty, east side south of Saratoga Baltimore City
1837-1838 Thomas Wright doctor office and d w. Fayette st s of Howard Baltimore City
1853-1854 Thomas Wright doctor 114 Fayette St. Baltimore City

Additional Information

Bibliography

  • Wright, Thomas H., Letters critical and pathological, by Paetus [pseud.] remote descendant of Thrasea Paetus Baltimore: Published by Cushing & Jewett J. Robinson, printer. 55 p. 24 cm.
    Authorship attributed to Thomas H. Wright in J.R. Quinan’s Medical annuals of Baltimore. 1884.
    Four letters addressed to “Charles Caldwell, M.D.” criticisizing his “Preliminary discourse in defence of classical medicine” contained in the edition of William Cullen’s First lines of the practice of physic, published in Phildalphia in 1816, and edit by Caldwell.
  • Wright, Thomas H., A historical and physical sketch of a malignant epidemick, prevalent in Maryland, and some other states, within the last few years. With a brief notice of some opinions which have been published on its nature and treatment Baltimore: R.W. Pomeroy & Co.. 168 p. 23 cm.
    “Appendix” (a refutation of the theories of Benjamin Rush and others who advocated bloodletting)L p. [125]-168.