Death: 1841, Jan. 7
- Baltimore City
|1831||Lucius O’Brien||doctor||SE corner Wilk and Bond Sts||Baltimore City|
|1829||Lucius F.X.O. O’Brien||M.D.||111 Bond St.||Baltimore City|
- Dates: ?-1841
Notes: Born in Maryland. M.D., Washington University, Baltimore, 1828; Attending Physician, Eastern Dispensary, 1829; Censor, 1830; conducted a Vaccine Institute at Baltimore, 1831-32, which was approved and commended by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty; Assistant Surgeon, U.S.A., 1832; resigned, 1835; Lieutenant, Third Infantry, 1837, and of the Eighth Infantry, 1838; author of “Benny Havens, O,” a popular West Point song. Died at Tampa, Fla., January 7, 1841.
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 521