Birth: 1827 ca.
Death: 1903, Jul. 30
- Baltimore City
|1877||F.T. Miles||doctor||14 Cathedral St.||Baltimore City|
|1867-1868||F.T. Miles||doctor||14 Cathedral||Baltimore City|
|1881||F.T. Miles||doctor||24 Cathedral||Baltimore City|
- Dates: 1869
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research Married on Thursday, 6th inst., at Trinity Church, by Rev. W. P. DuBose, Prof. Francis T. Miles, M. D. and Jeanie E., daughter of Hon. D. L. Wardlaw. (May 7, 1869.)
Source: The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research See: Ancestry.com
- Dates: 1869-after 1890
Notes: Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Historical Sketch of the University of Maryland School of Medicine (1807-1890), with an Introductory Chapter, Notices of the Schools of Law, Arts and Sciences, and Theology, and the Department of Dentistry, and a General Catalog of Medical Alumni Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 211
- Dates: 1886
Notes: Miles, Francis T. Lectures on physiology, 1886
Collection housed at the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, Baltimore.
- Dates: 1900
Notes: Consultant, Physician, Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital
Source: Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital, 1900.
- Dates: 1903
Notes: Died, Baltimore City, July 30, 1903, age 75
Source: Arps, Walter E., Jr., Maryland Mortalities 1876-1915 from the (Baltimore) Sun Almanac Westminster: Family Line Publications: 162
- Dates: ca. 1827-?
Notes: Born near Charleston, S. C., about 1827. A.B., Charleston College; M.D., Medical College of South Carolina, 1849; Assistant Demonstrator, Demonstrator and Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medical College of South Carolina; Professor of Physiological Anatomy, Medical College of South Carolina, 1860; in the War of 1861, a private; later, Lieutenant; Captain of Infantry at Fort Sumter; in command of Fort Sumter for a short time; shot through the thigh in the Battle of Secessionville, near Charleston, 1862; Surgeon, C.S.A., 1865; resumed his chair in 1865; removed to Baltimore, 1868; Professor of Anatomy, Washington University School of Medicine, Baltimore, 1868-69; Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Professor of Nervous Diseases, University of Maryland, 1869-80; Professor of Physiology, etc., University of Maryland, 1880-; Vice-President, Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1874-75 and 1876-77; President, American Neurological Association, 1880-82; Consulting Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital; author of “Pepper’s System of Medicine,” and “Keating’s Encyclopaedia of Children.” 514 Cathedral Street, Baltimore.
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 503