Dennis Claude

Birth: 1779
Death: 1863, Dec. 9
Occupation: doctor

Associated Counties

  • Anne Arundel

US Census

Year Occupation County Ward/District Post Office Page
1860 physician Anne Arundel Annapolis Annapolis 784

Additional Information

  • Dates: [1809/05/03]
    Notes: Letter, D.C. [Dr. Dennis Claude] to Capt. [Winfield] Scott regarding reprimand for irregularity of dutyMSA SC 450-1-4
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: [1809]/05/02
    Notes: Letter, Captain [Winfield] Scott to Dr. [Dennis] Claude regarding reprimand for irregularity of duty. MSA SC 450-1-3
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1779-1863
    Notes:
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 354
  • Dates: 1804/03/27
    Notes: Commission to Dennis Claude as Surgeons Mate in the Service of the United States, signed by President Thomas Jefferson. MSA SC 259-1-1
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1809/03/23
    Notes: Commission to Dennis Claude as Surgeon in the Regiment of Light Artillery, signed by President James Madison. MSA SC 259-1-2
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1809/05/01
    Notes: Letter, [Dr. Dennis Claude] to Capt. [Winfield] Scott regarding ill soldiers and patrol duty. MSA SC 450-1-2
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1809/05/04
    Notes: Letter, D.C. [Dr. Dennis Claude] to Abram Claude, New Orleans, regarding duel he is to fight with Capt. Winfield Scott. MSA SC 450-1-6
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1809/05/07 after
    Notes: Statement by Captain George Peter and James Bankhead on the settlement of the dispute between Dr. Dennis Claude and Capt. Winfield Scott. MSA SC 450-1-8
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1810/10/13
    Notes: Letter, W. Eustis to Dr. Dennis Claude, War Department, regarding acceptance of Dr. Claude’s resignation. MSA SC 450-1-10
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1812
    Notes: Rank: Surgeon
    Commission: 06/19/1812
    Regt: 22
    County: Anne Arundel
    Source: Marine, William M., The British Invasion of Maryland, 1812-1815 Baltimore: John H. Saumenig & Co.
  • Dates: 1812/06/19
    Notes: Commission to Dennis Claude as Surgeon in the 22nd Regiment in Anne Arundel County, signed by Governor Robert Bowie. MSA SC 259-1-3
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1814/09/16
    Notes: Letter, John Claude to Dr. Dennis Claude, Plattsburgh, description of a naval battle. MSA SC 48-1-3
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1815-1831
    Notes: Letters from Elizabeth Maynadier, Belvoir. 1815 letter to Mrs. Hesselius, Sr., Baltimore, mentioning the precarious state of Mrs.Ogle’s health. 1826 letter to Samuel Ridout expressing condolences on the death of SR’s son [Addison]. 1831 letter to “Mrs. Ridout” [Prudence?] reporting “a meeting of the board[Annapolis Female Orphan Society] to consider what is to be done with Sarah.” Mentions Mr. Scott, the Love family, Mrs. Dennis Claude, Mrs. Hall. MSA SC 910-B15-F7
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1818/10/06
    Notes: Depositions on Election Fraud: Addison Ridout, Esq. was accused of having placed a ticket with the names of Dennis Claude and Robert Welch of Ben on it along with the sum of 25 cents into the hand of a soldier from the Garrison named Ross. Ross claimed he reused the sum and returned it. George Burber certified that he hadn’t believed a word of Ross’s story because he considers Ridout an honorable gentleman. Ross signed a statement that at no time did Ridout attempt to bribe him. MSA SC 910-B20-F16
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1823/11/17
    Notes: Letter from G.W. Plater(?) to Dr. Dennis Claude.

    • mentions the “Potomack question”
    • discusses the impending Presidential Election of 1824, and the candidates John C. Calhoun, Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay, and Vice Presidential candidate Nathaniel Macon.
    • mailed from Georgetown, D.C.

    MSA SC 5486-1-1
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD

  • Dates: 1844/03/22
    Notes: Copy of letter from Isaac Munroe, publisher of the Baltimore Patriot & Commercial Gazette, to Judge James Harwood, chairman of the State Central Committee of the Whig Party in Baltimore. Claims that the State Treasurer (Dr. Dennis Claude) had written a letter to the Baltimore Sun rebuking the Patriot for “subserviency” to the Whig Party, even though the Patriot supported the government. MSA SC 5486-1-2
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1844/03/22
    Notes: Letter from James Harwood, chairman of the State Central Committee of the Whig Party, to Dr. Dennis Claude. Describes the “mortification of the Whig Party” of Baltimore over the publication of the laws of Maryland in the Baltimore Sun, even though the governor of Maryland had the sole authority to have the laws published and even though the Sun was not an organ of the Whig Party. MSA SC 5486-1-3
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1844/03/25
    Notes: Copy of letter from Dr. Dennis Claude to Judge James Harwood.

    • expresses surprise that his action had been a matter of great concern to the Whig Party.
    • defends his actions with regard to his selection of which newspapers he would publish the laws of Maryland.

    MSA SC 5486-1-4
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD

  • Dates: 1861
    Notes: Letter from Dr. Dennis Claude to Abram Lingan Jarrett.

    • informs Jarrett that he is ready to surrender the office of Comptroller of the Treasury to Jarrett.

    MSA SC 5486-1-6
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD

  • Dates: 1861
    Notes: Tombstone of daughter
    Source: Gravestone found on personal visit, 1/1/2005. St. Anne’s Cemetery, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD
  • Dates: 1861/05/06
    Notes: Letter from Governor Thomas H. Hicks to Dr. Dennis Claude.

    • as a result of the resignation of William Henry Purnell, Hicks offers to appoint Claude to be the Comptroller of the Treasury.

    MSA SC 5486-1-5
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD

  • Dates: 1861/05/08
    Notes: Commission to Dennis Claude as Comptroller of the Treasury, signed by Governor Thomas A. Hicks. MSA SC 259-1-4
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1861/05/08
    Notes: Secretary of State Commission, Dennis Claude, Comptroller of the Treasury. MSA SC 1556-1-41
    Source: . Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
  • Dates: 1863
    Notes: Tombstone
    Source: Gravestone found on personal visit, 1/1/2005. St. Anne’s Cemetery, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD
  • Dates: 1871
    Notes: Tombstone of wife
    Source: Gravestone found on personal visit, 1/1/2005. St. Anne’s Cemetery, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD