Chittenden family collection
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Correspondents include Will Cumback (Oct. 19, 1868, Nov. 10, 1868, Nov. 19, 1868), Walter Q. Gresham (Nov. 16, 1880 and Dec. 10, 1880), Benjamin Harrison (Feb. 2, 1881, Mar. 30, 1881, Dec. 15, 1882, Oct. 4, 1884), and Albert Gallatin Porter (Feb. 22, 1881).
- Branham, Preston (Person)
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He served as a surgeon for the 16th Regiment Indiana Volunteers during the Civil War and was the examining surgeon for the state Enrollment Bureau. He served as an Anderson City council member, a delegate at the Republican National Convention, and in the Indiana House of Representatives. George F. Chittenden died October 31, 1915.
Amanda Branham Chittenden was born in 1832 in Vernon, Jennings County, Indiana. She died in 1889.
Edgar Chittenden was born in November 1864; he attended DePauw University where he studied medicine. He married Cecil Ross on August 4, 1898 and together they had three children.
Rebecca A. Shepherd ... [et al.], eds. A Biographical directory of the Indiana General Assembly v. 2. Indianapolis : Select Committee on the Centennial History of the Indiana.
Ancestry Library. Indiana State Library. 30 Apr. 2007.
0.6 Cubic Feet (2 manuscript boxes)
- Anderson (Ind.)
- Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane
- Chicago (Ill.)
- College students -- Indiana
- DePauw University
- Greencastle (Ind.)
- Hartsville (Ind.)
- Medicine -- Practice
- Political conventions -- Illinois
- Political parties -- United States
- Politicians -- Indiana
- Psychiatric hospitals
- Republican Party (Ind.)
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Veterans -- Pensions
- United States -- Politics and government
- United States. Army -- Pay, allowances, etc
- United States. Army. Indiana Volunteer Regiment, 16th (1861-1862)
- Universities and colleges -- Indiana
- Vernon (Ind.)
- Chittenden family collection
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