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Frank Gill Slaughter

Frank Gill Slaughter, American author, physician. Diplomate American Board Surgery. Served from major to lieutenant colonel Medical corpus, United States army, 1942-1946. Fellow American College of Surgeons.

Background

  • Slaughter, Frank Gill was born on February 25, 1908 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Stephen Lucius and Sallie Nicholson (Gill) Slaughter.

  • Education

    • AB, Duke University, 1926. Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1930. Doctor of Humane Letters, Jacksonville University, 1975.

    Career

    • Intern, assistant resident and resident surgeon Jefferson Hospital, Roanoke, Virginia, 1930-1934. Practice medicine specializing in surgery Jacksonville, Florida, 1934-1942. Retired, 1946

      Lecturer W. Colston Leigh, Incorporated, New York York City, 1947-1949.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Surgery.

    Works

    • The Galileans: A Novel of Mary Magdalene
    • Life forever changes for Joseph of Galilee, a young physician, when he meets Mary of Magdala, a beautiful dancer bent on revenge against a haughty Roman officer, Gaius Flaccus.
    • Plague Ship
    • High in the Andes an archaeologist stumbles on an ancient tomb, unwittingly releasing the germs from a civilization doomed by plague over 5000 years ago.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: presbyterian (elder).

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Served from major to lieutenant colonel Medical corpus, United States army, 1942-1946. Fellow American College of Surgeons.

    Connections

    • Married Jane Mundy, June 10, 1933. Children: Frank G., Randolph M.
    • father: Stephen Lucius Slaughter
    • mother: Sallie Nicholson (Gill) Slaughter
    • spouse: Jane Mundy
    • children: Frank G. Slaughter
    • Randolph M. Slaughter
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    Died March 17, 2001
    (aged 93)
    Nationality
    • 1926
      Duke University
    • 1930
      Johns Hopkins University
    • 1975
      Jacksonville University
    • 1930 - 1934
      Intern, resident and resident surgeon Jefferson Hospital
      Roanoke, Virginia, United States
    • 1930 - 1934
      assistant, resident and resident surgeon Jefferson Hospital
      Roanoke, Virginia, United States
    • 1934 - 1942
      practice, medicine specializing in surgery Jacksonville
      Florida, United States
    • 1946
      retired