- Baltimore City
|1877||H.P.P. Yeates||doctor||117 N. Exeter St.||Baltimore City|
|1868-1869||Henry P.P. Yeates||doctor||117 N Exeter||Baltimore City|
|1865-1866||Henry P.P. Yeates||doctor||117 N Exeter||Baltimore City|
|1867-1868||Henry P.P. Yeates||doctor||117 N Exeter||Baltimore City|
|1863-1864||H.P.P. Yeates||doctor||117 N Exeter||Baltimore City|
|1881||Henry P.P. Yeates||doctor||137 N. Exeter||Baltimore City|
- Dates: ?-?
Notes: Born at Baltimore. M.D., University of Maryland, 1845; Vaccine Physician, 1846; Assistant Surgeon, Dixie Light Infantry, 1861-65 (Q.). Died at Baltimore. See Trans., 1873.
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 635
- Dates: 1861/12/07
Notes: Surgical. — Mr. James Cole, a compositor, residing on Fayette street, near Aisquith, had his right hand badly cut, on Thursday evening, while engaged in uncorking a bottle. Several of the arteries of the hand being severed, it became necessary last evening to take up the radial artery from a point above the wrist, which operation was skillfully performed by Dr. H. P. P. Yeates.
Source: South (Baltimore), 1861/12/07