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Naval officer

Samuel Henry Dickson, American naval officer. Awarded Spanish-American War medals. Served at sea and on shore in many parts of the world, also in Spanish-American War. Called into active service, March 30, 1917; Member American Medical Association; Mason.

Background

Dickson, Samuel Henry was born on July 20, 1849 in Farmington, Connecticut, United States. Son of Samuel Henry and Marie Elizabeth Sealbrook (Du Pre) Dickson.

Education

Private schools, Philadelphia. Doctor of Medicine Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1870.

Career

Appointed assistant surgeon United States Navy, March 19, 1875. Promoted through various grades. Medical director, October 31, 1909.

Retired July 20, 1911.

Membership

Served at sea and on shore in many parts of the world, also in Spanish-American War. Called into active service, March 30, 1917. Member American Medical Association.

Mason.; Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington), New York Yacht.

Connections

Married Henrietta George, of Baltimore, Maryland., January 17, 1894.

father:
Samuel Henry Dickson

mother:
Marie Elizabeth Sealbrook (Du Pre) Dickson

spouse:
Henrietta George