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Thomas S. BRATTON

Thomas S. BRATTON, Colonel Medical corpus, United States army.

Background

  • BRATTON, Thomas S. was born on August 10, 1868 in York, S.O. Son of James Rufus and Mary Rebecca (Massey) Bratton.

  • Education

    • S.O.U.; South Carolina Medical College. Army Medical School; Fort Leavenworth Field Service School for Medical Officers.

    Career

    • C. Medical corpus, United States army, First Lieutenant, 1893. Served during Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, China Relief Expedition (Boxer Rebellion), Expedition into Mexico, 1916, under General Pershing. Commanding Officer, during World War, General Hospital Northern 6.

      Commanding Officer, Arms'- and Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1920-1925. Department Surgeon, Hawaiian Department, 1925-1929. Corps Area Surgeon, Fourth Corps Area, Fort McPherson, Georgia, 1930.

    Connections

    • Spouse Sudie Wheeler Metts, November 4, 1891, York, S.
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