C. Marion Dodson

Birth: 1842
Death: 1929
Occupation: apothecary, druggist, chemist

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1881 apothecary, druggist, chemist Hoffman and Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1882 C. Marion Dodson apothecary Hoffman and Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1912 C. Marion Dodson doctor 1408 Madison Ave. Baltimore City
1872 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1873 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1874 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1875 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1876 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1877 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1878 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1879 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1880 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1881 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1882 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1883 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1884 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1885 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City
1886 C. Marion Dodson druggist 192 Linden Ave. Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates:
    Notes:

    MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY
    
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    RECORD
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    Author
    Dodson, C. Marion, 1842-1929.
    
    Title Statement
    Yellow flag : the Civil War journal of surgeon's steward C. Marion Dodson
    / edited by Charles Albert Earp.
    
    Published
    Baltimore : Maryland Historical Society, c2002.
    
    Description
    xii, 151 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
    
    LCCN
    2001055832
    
    ISBN
    ISBN 0938420798 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    
    ISBN
    ISBN 0938420801 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    
    Title Statement
    Yellow flag : the Civil War journal of surgeon's steward C. Marion Dodson
    / edited by Charles Albert Earp.
    
    Bibliography Note
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-146) and index.
    
    Subject
    Dodson, C. Marion, 1842-1949  --Diaries.
    
    Subject
    Physicians' assistants --United States --Diaries.
    
    Subject
    United States. Navy --Biography.
    
    Subject
    United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865 --Personal narratives.
    
    Subject
    
    United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865 --Medical care.
    
    Subject
    Yellow fever --Louisiana --New Orleans --History --19th century.
    
    Subject
    United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865 --Blockades.
    
    Subject
    Saint Michaels (Md.) --Biography.
    
    Name Added Entry
    Earp, Charles Albert, 1917-
    
    Call Number
    E 621 .D63 2002
    
    Location
    Main Reading Room
    
    
    
    

    Source:

  • Dates: 1842-1929
    Notes: Dodson (1842-1929) was a member of Talbot County’s Dodson family (lived in St. Michael’s), served in the US Navy during the Civil War as an apothecary and settled in Baltimore after the war. He
    went to the “old Baltimore Medical College” and practiced in Baltimore for more than thirty years (this according to his obituary).

    The Maryland Historical Society has his naval diary in its collections and are in the process of publishing it.

    Source: Email from Pat Anderson
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