Ashton Alexander

Birth: 1772
Death: 1855, Feb.
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

US Census

Year Occupation County Ward/District Post Office Page
1850 physician Baltimore City 10 63
1840 Baltimore City 7 5

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1816 Ashton Alexander doctor East Street near Washington Square Baltimore City
1817-1818 Ashton Alexander doctor East near Calvert Baltimore City
1840-1841 Ashton Alexander doctor Fayette at 1 door east of Calvert Baltimore City
1819 A. Alexander doctor East near Monument Square Baltimore City
1810 Alexander Ashton M.D. East Street near Court House Baltimore City
1814-1815 Ashton Alexander doctor East Street near Washington Square Baltimore City
1800-1801 Alexander doctor South Calvert Street Baltimore City
1842 Ashton Alexander doctor Fayette St. east of Calvert Baltimore City
1802 Alexander Ashton M.D. 10 Calvert Street Baltimore City
1799 Ashton Alexander doctor 5 Light Street Baltimore City
1803 Alexander Ashton M.D. 11 S Calvert Street Baltimore City
1831 Ashton Alexander doctor Fayette St 1 door east of Calvert Baltimore City
1837-1838 Ashton Alexander doctor Fayette St east of Calvert Baltimore City
1804 A. Alexander M.D. p. 23 Baltimore City
1843 Ashton Alexander doctor 23 Fayette st. Baltimore City
1833 Ashton Alexander doctor Fayette St 1 door east of Calvert St. Baltimore City
1829 Alexander Ashton doctor Fayette, north side, east of Calvert St. Baltimore City
1824 Ashton Alexander M.D. East St north side east of Calvert Baltimore City
1827 Ashton Alexander M.D. Fayette north side east of Calvert Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates:
    Notes: See also:
    Dictionary of American Medical Biography. Lives of eminent physicians of the United States and Canada, from the earliest times. By Howard A. Kelly and Walter L. Burrage. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1928. Reprint. Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Longwood Press, 1979. (DcAmMeB)
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  • Dates:
    Notes: See also: The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 32. New York: James T. White & Co., 1945. Reprint. Volumes 1-50. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1967-1971. Use the Index to locate biographies. (NatCAB 32)
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  • Dates:
    Notes: For genealogical information, see: “Alexander Family” The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jul., 1901), pp. 63-66.
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  • Dates: 1772-1855
    Notes: ALEXANDER, ASHTON
    Baltimore physician; born near Alexandria, VA. Studied medicine with Dr. Philip Thomas of Frederick, MD, and obtained M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1795.

    Began practice in North Carolina, but moved to Baltimore in 1796

    • m. Catherine Hanson Thomas (1776-1826), dau. of Dr. Philip Thomas of Frederick, on Dec. 26, 1799
    • m. Sarah Roger Merryman (1784- ), dau. of John Merryman of Baltimore on May 1, 1828
    • dau. Elizabeth Maria (1802-1847) m. John Marshall, Jr. (a son of Chief Justice John Marshall) in 1820
    • son Ashton (1810-1831) unmarried
    • son George (1811- )m. Alice Riggs Levering
    • [dau.] Catherine Rebecca (1813-1825)

    one of the founders and first Secretary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1799-1801; Treasurer of the Med-Chi Faculty of MD and attending physician at the Baltimore General Dispensary 1801-1803; Baltimore Commissioner of Health, 1804-05 and 1813; consulting physician, Baltimore Hospital, 1812.

    Provost of University of Maryland 1837-1850. lived until the mid-1840s on the north side of Fayette Street ‘1st door east of Calvert’ [#23 in 1845 numbering system].
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1772-1855
    Notes: Founder [Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland]. 1799. Born near Arlington, Va., 1772. Student of Dr. Philip Thomas, of Frederick, Md.; M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1795; first settled in North Carolina; came to Baltimore in 1796; Commissioner of Health, Baltimore, 1804-05 and 1812; Attending Physician, Baltimore General Dispensary, 1801-03; First Secretary of Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1799-1801; Treasurer of Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1801-03; Consulting Physician, Baltimore Hospital, 1812; President District Medical and Chirurgical Society, 1819-20; Provost, University of Maryland, 1837-50; married, first daughter of Dr. Philip Thomas, and second, Miss Merryman. The last surviving charter member of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty. “A grand old man with magnificent physique; wore knee and shoe buckles and stockings, and carried a gold-headed cane; fond of dinners and society.” Died at Baltimore, February 1855.
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 299
  • Dates: 1772-1855
    Notes: Founder and first secretary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, provost of the University of Maryland, Alexander was born in 1772, near Arlington, Alexandria County, Virginia. The town of Alexandria was named for his ancestors, who owned large tracts of land in its vicinity. His father commanded a company of horse in the Continental Army at the commencement of the Revolution. His youth was spent in Jefferson County, Virginia, where he was educated at a private institution and studied medicine under Dr. Philip Thomas, of Frederick, Md., finishing at the University of Pennsylvania, where he obtained his medical degree May 22, 1795. He settled first in North Carolina and in 1796 went to Baltimore. He was a founder of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and its first secretary (1799-1801); then he was treasurer (1801-1803) and the last surviving charter member.

    Other positions Dr. Alexander held were the following: Commissioner of Health, Baltimore, 1804-1805 and again 1812; attending physician, Baltimore General Dispensary, 1801-03; consulting physician, Baltimore Hospital, 1812; president, District Medical and Chirurgical Society, 1819-20; provost, University of Maryland, 1837-50.

    Dr. Alexander is described as being a self-possessed and courteous man, neat in his dress which included knee and shoe buckles and gold-headed cane. He died of pneumonia in Baltimore in February, 1855, in his eighty-third year.

    He married in December, 1799, a daughter of his preceptor, Dr. Thomas, and had eight children, only three of whom arrived at maturity and all of whom died before he himself did. His first wife dying, he married very late in life Miss Merryman, but had no children.

    Eugene F. Cordell

    Boston Med. and Surg. Jour., 1881, vol. civ.
    Memorial by I.N. Tarbox, N.E. Hist. and Genealog. Reg., Oct., 1881, vol. xxxv.

    Source: Kelly, Howard A. and Burrage, Walter J., American Medical Biographies Baltimore: Norman, Remington Company: 11

  • Dates: 1772-1855
    Notes: BIOGRAPHY
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 56
  • Dates: 1775/10/15
    Notes: Catherine Hanson, b. 15th October, 1775; m. Dr. Ashton ALEXANDER.
    Source: Colonial families of the United States of America: Volume 1. See Ancestry.com
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  • Dates: 1775-1863
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    I. Catherine Hanson, b. 15th October, 1775; m. Dr. Ashton ALEXANDER.

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    II. Rebecca Bellicum, b. 8th February, 1777; m. Alexander Contee MAGRUDER.

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    III. JOHN HANSON, b. in Frederick, Md., 16th May, 1779; m. Mary Isham COLSTON.

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    JOHN HANSON THOMAS, b. in Frederick, Md., 16th May, 1779; d. in Frederick, Md., 2d May, 1815; Member of the Maryland Legislature, 1812; m. 5th October, 1809, Mary Isham COLSTON, b. 23d January, 1789; d. 11th December, 1844; dau. of Rawleigh and Elizabeth (MARSHALL) COLSTON.

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    I. JOHN HANSON, b. in Frederick, Md., 23d September, 1813.

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    II. Several other children, all d. young and unm.

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    JOHN HANSON THOMAS (M.D.), b. in Frederick, Md., 23d September, 1813; d. in Baltimore, Md., 15th July, 1881; studied medicine in Dr. Alexander’s office; graduate in medicine, March, 1836; member of the City Council of Baltimore, 1855; member of the Maryland Legislature, 1861; President Farmers and Merchants Bank, 1839-79, besides filling other positions of trust; m. 15th November, 1837, Annie Campbell GORDON, b. in Falmouth, Va., 29th October, 1819; d. in Baltimore, Md., 17th March, 1886; dau. of Basil and Annie Campbell (KNOX) GORDON.

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    I. Basil Gordon, b. 14th April, 1839.

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    II. John Hanson, b. 21st September, 1841; d. 20th December, 1888; m. 16th October, 1866, Mary Howard BEIRNE, b. 27th December, 1843; d. 7th October, 1867; dau. of Hon. George P. BEIRNE of Alabama.

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    I. Howard Beirne Thomas, b. 26th September, 1867.
    Source: Colonial Families in the United States, vol. 1. See: Ancestry.com
  • Dates: 1799
    Notes: Ashton Alexander m. Catherine Hanson THOMAS, 26 Dec 1799, Frederick, Maryland
    Source: FamilySearch® International Genealogical Index™ v4.01 Batch number: 8712508 Sheet: 39
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  • Dates: 1799
    Notes: Alexander, Dr. Ashton, 1772-1855
    m. 26 Dec. 1799, Dr. Ashton Alexander to Catherine Thomas of Fredericktown. Federal Gazette 2 Jan. 1800

    Departed this life on Friday, the 16th instant, Dr. Ashton Alexander in the 85th year of his age.” American 19 March 1855, Sun 20 March 1855

    Buried 18 March 1855. St. Pauls’ Register.

    m. 12-26-1799 Ashton Alexander to Catherine Hanson Thomas F.C.M.L.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1799, Jan. 20
    Notes: “Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland incorporated, its charter members from Baltimore being Drs. Geo. Buchanan 2d, Lyde Goodwin, Ashton Alexander, Arthur Pue, Daniel Moores and Henry Stevenson. It organizes (June 3) at Annapolis, but the election of Dr. Upton Scott, of Annapolis, as President, and Ashton Alexander, of Baltimore, Secretary (Baltimore Daily Advertiser,June 11).”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 21
  • Dates: 1799, Jun.
    Notes: one of 101 incorporators of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 22
  • Dates: 1799/06/03
    Notes: Medical and Chirurgical Faculty organized at Annapolis, with Dr. Upton Scott, of Annapolis, as President, and Dr. Ashton Alexander, of Baltimore, as Secretary (June 3).
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 671
  • Dates: 1799/12/26
    Notes: Name: ALEXANDER, ASHTON
    Spouse: THOMAS, CATHARINE
    Marriage Date: 26 Dec 1799
    County: Frederick
    State: MD

    Source: Maryland Marriages, 1667-1899. See Ancestry.com
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  • Dates: 1800
    Notes: ALEXANDER, Dr. Ashton, of Balto., and Miss Catherine Thomas of Frederick were married 26th Dec., by Rev. Mr. Bowers
    Source: Baltimore Federal Gazette (Baltimore), 1800
  • Dates: 1800-1808
    Notes: Assessment Book 1800, p. 162; 1801-1803, p. 8; 1804-1808, pp. 5, 499
    Source: Baltimore, Maryland Tax Records Index, 1798-1808. See Ancestry.com
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  • Dates: 1801, Jun. 9
    Notes: “Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland meet at Annapolis and elect Dr. Philip Thomas, President (2d); John T. Schaaf, Treasurer, and A. Alexander, Secretary; Examiners, Western Shore, are John Archer, A. Alexander, Chas. A. Warfield, Richard I. Duckett, Gheselin, Tabs, Sappington. Licentiate’s Dipolmas granted to Drs. James Glasgow, Adam Clendenin (Baltimore county), James M. Taylor. A plan for a Medical College in Baltimore was proposed at this meeting.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 23
  • Dates: 1801-1803
    Notes: Attending Physician, Baltimore General Dispensary
    Source: Baxley, C. Herbert, ed., A History of the Baltimore General Dispensary Baltimore: Baltimore General Dispensary Foundation, Inc.: 109
  • Dates: 1801-3
    Notes: Served as Attending Physician, Baltimore General Dispensary, 1801-3
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 251
  • Dates: 1803, Jun. 3
    Notes: “Medical and Chirurgical Faculty meet. Nat. Potter, Secretary; H. Wilkins, Treasurer; Censors Western Shore, Drs. Coulter, Crawford, Alexander, Archer, Sen., Geo. Brown, Chas. A. Warfield and James Stewart. Drs. Brown, Davidge et al. are appointed a committee to digest a plan for a Medical College.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 24
  • Dates: 1804
    Notes: “Medical Society of Baltimore, President, Dr. Dunkel; Vice-President, Jno. Crawford; J.B. Davidge, Secretary; Drs. Smyth, Mackenzie (C.), Potter, Chatard (P.), Alexander, members.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 24
  • Dates: 1804-1812
    Notes: Member, Board of Health (honorary)
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 262
  • Dates: 1810
    Notes: Ashton Alexander, son of Ashton Alexander and Catherine, christened 17 Jun 1810 Baltimore, St. Paul Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Source: FamilySearch® International Genealogical Index™ v4.01 batch number: C502931
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  • Dates: 1812
    Notes: Legislature grants $5000 annually for three years to Drs. Smyth and Mackenzie, for completion of Maryland Hospital. Board of Visitors report hospital in good order, central building nearly completed, and accommodations provided for 100 patients. Dr. William Gibson, Consulting Surgeon and Drs. George Brown, Miles Littlejohn, John Coulter, J.C. White, John Crawford, Solomon Birckhead, Pierre Chatard, John Cromwell and Ashton Alexander Consulting Physicians.
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 678
  • Dates: 1812, Jan. 4
    Notes: “Legislature orders payment of $5000 annually for three years, to Drs. Mackenzie and Smyth for completing the buildings of the Public Hospital, of which Dr. Wm. Gibson was consulting surgeon, and Drs. Brown (Geo.), Littlejohn, Coulter, White (J.C.), Crawford, Birckhead (Sol.), Chatard (P.), Cromwell, and Alexander were consulting physicians. The Hospital is in good order, its capacity is 100 patients, the centre building nearly done (Report of Board of Visitors).”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 26
  • Dates: 1815/02/15
    Notes: CHAP. CXXVIII. An Act for the aid of the Library Company of Baltimore. Lib. TH. No. 4, fol. 383
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  • Dates: 1818
    Notes: Drs. Alexander and William H. Clendinen memorialize City Council of Baltimore to erect a Maryland Lying-in and Foundling Hospital, a bill for which had passed the House of Delegates but failed in the Senate.
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 683
  • Dates: 1818
    Notes: Second or Eastern Dispensary at Fells Point, Baltimore, incorporated (February 16), Drs. Alexander and Wm. H. Clendinen being charter members; the institution had been in operation already two years.
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 684
  • Dates: 1818
    Notes: “Eastern or Second Dispensary incorporated (Drs. Alexander and Wm. Haslett Clendinen, charter members.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 28
  • Dates: 1820
    Notes: “Physicians attending yellow fever in Baltimore, 1819-20, were: Allender (Jos.); Alexander (Ashton); Baker (Sam.); Brevitt (Jos.); Clark (M.D.); Clendinen (Wm. Haslett and Alexander); Diffenderfer (Mich.); Dunan (L.M.); Dorsey (Robt. E.); Dorsey (Henry); Ealer (Peter); Elbert; Gillingham (Ezra); Giraud (J.J.); Hall (R.W.); Henderson (Josiah); Jennings (Sam. K.); Johnstone (Henry); Martin (S.B.); Macauly (P.); O’Connor (John); Owen (John); Page (James); Potter (N.); Reese (D.M.); Stewart (W.A.); Smith (Jas.); Taylor (J.B.); Murphy (Thos. L.); Caldwell (J.B.); Readell.

    Of the noble exertions of these men the Mayor says: ‘In adverting to this calamity I should commit an act of injustice were I to omit to notice the humane and magnanimous exertions of those medical gentlemen residing in or near the vicinity of the infected district, and those who extended their assistance when the disease had attained its greatest extent and malignity; some time previous to which period, the more wealthy of our citizens and their families from within the district had removed, and very few remained except those who, by their deprivation of their means of support or from extreme indigence were able to afford but little prospect to the physician of pecuniary renumeration, equal to that which he might actually be called upon to expend from his own means on this account. They still perservered and attended indiscriminately all, the rich and poor, suffering no consideration to deter them from the indulgence of their philanthropic feelings. As the cases multiplied the calls upon them increased, and their natural rest was destroyed and their anxieties strained to such a pitch that their own lives appeared likely to become a sacrifice to their disinterested zeal.’ (Mayor Johnson’s Rep. In Doc. of this Ep., pp. 179-80).”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 29

  • Dates: 1820, Mar. 2
    Notes: “The City Council in partial recognition of services and expenses for medicine by the physicians of East Baltimore, grant them $1500. They also granted a small sum to Drs. J.C.S. Monkur, L. Rodriguez, and the widow of Dr. John O’Connor.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 30
  • Dates: 1825
    Notes: Alexander, Catherine Rebecca, youngest dau. of Dr. Ashton Alexander of Balto. d. Sept. 12 in her 11th year.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.
  • Dates: 1826
    Notes: Alexander, Catharine (Thomas) 1776-1826
    d. Wednesday, 11 Jnauary 1826, Mrs. Catherine Alexander wife of Dr. Ashton Alexander, and dau. of late Dr. P. Thomas of Frederick, in 51st year of her age. Frederick Herald 21 January 1826, Baltimore Gazette 14 January 1826.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.
  • Dates: 1828
    Notes: Alexander, Dr. Ashton and Sarah R. Merryman m. May 1 by Wyatt
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.
  • Dates: 1831
    Notes: Alexander, Ashton, Jr. d. Dec. 2 age 22 years
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.
  • Dates: 1831
    Notes: Alexander, Ashton, Jr.
    d. 2 Dec. 1831 Ashton Alexander Jr. aet. 22 years. American 5 December 1831.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.
  • Dates: 1837-1850
    Notes: Provost, 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: 209
  • Dates: 1855
    Notes: Dr. Ashton Alexander (the last surviving Baltimore member of the original incorporators of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland) ob aet 83.
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 40
  • Dates: 1855 [1903]
    Notes: “Of the one hundred and one charter members [of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland] not one, so far as we have been able to discover, has left any record of the occasion. The last survivor, the venerable Dr. Ashton Alexander, died so recently as 1855, and having been, moreover, the first Secretary, he must have had a distinct recollection of the event. How perfectly natural it would have been for him to have left us some written description of it. But the opportunity passed unheaded, and even in his reported remarks at the reception given him during the convention of 1853, he makes no allusion to it.”
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 28
  • Dates: var. dates
    Notes: Mont Blanc. Mont Blanc was the home of John Marshall, Jr. and Elizabeth Maria Alexander, daughter of Ashton Alexander
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