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army officer

Henry Cheesman Dooling, American army officer. Served in France during World War I; Fellow American College Physicians; member American Medical Association, American Board Internal Medicine, Isthmian Medical Association, Association Military Surgeons, American Trudeau Society; Mason.

Background

Dooling, Henry Cheesman was born on June 23, 1887 in Clayton, New Jersey, United States. Son of John W. and Sylvia S. (Cheesman) Dooling.

Education

Student Temple College, 1904. Doctor of Medicine Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1908.

Career

Engaged in practice as physician, Norwood, Pennsylvania, 1909-1917. Entered Medical corpus, United States army, 1917, and advanced through the grades to brigadier general. Serving as chief health officer, Panama Canal.

Membership

Served in France during World War I. Fellow American College Physicians. Member American Medical Association, American Board Internal Medicine, Isthmian Medical Association, Association Military Surgeons, American Trudeau Society.

Connections

Married Nellie May Essler, June 1, 1909. Children: Frances Jean, George Halvor (deceased), Edith Sylvia (Mistress M. L. Cooley, Junior.

father:
John W. Dooling

mother:
Sylvia S. (Cheesman) Dooling

spouse:
Nellie May Essler

children:
Frances Jean Dooling

Jr Dooling

Edith Sylvia (Mistress M. L. Cooley Dooling

George Halvor Dooling (deceased)