Massachusetts in the War of Rebellion

Died from disease or accident, in line of their duty:  Dr. Robert Ware, Surgeon, 44th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, … Died April 10, 1863 of disease, Newburn, N.C.

In December, 1861, at 22 Summer Street, Boston, the rooms of the New-England Women’s Auxiliary Association were opened, with the following board of officers: —

President, John Ware; …

The members of the Medical Commission, from the time of its constitution in April, 1861, as a Board of Examiners of Candidates for Appointment as Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons of the Massachusetts Volunteer Regiments, to this date, are as follows: Dr. James Jackson (resigned); Dr. George Hayward (died); Dr. S. D. Townsend; Dr. John Ware (resigned); Dr. Samuel G. Howe (resigned); Dr. J. Mason Warren; Dr. Samuel Cabot, jun.; Dr. Richard M. Hodges; Dr. George H. Lyman (resigned); Dr. George H. Gay; Dr. William J. Dale; Dr. John C. Dalton (died); Dr. Robert W. Hooper; Dr. Samuel L. Abbot.

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