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army officer.

Sidney Lovett Chappell, American army officer. Awarded Legion of Merit, 1946. Fellow American College Physicians, American Board Psychiatry and Neurology; member of the American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association; Mason.

Background

Chappell, Sidney Lovett was born on July 22, 1886 in Washington, District of Columbia. Son of John W. and Ida M. (Adamson) Chappell.

Education

Doctor of Medicine George Washington University, 1909.

Career

Intern Casualty Hospital, Washington, 1909-1910. Intern and resident physician, Children’s Hospital, Washington, 1910-1911. Commissioned First lieutenant, M.C.Res., United States Army, 1911, First lieutenant, Medical Corps, United States Army, 1913, and advanced through grades to brigadier general, 1945.

Retired as brigadier general, 1946.

Membership

Fellow American College Physicians, American Board Psychiatry and Neurology. Member of the American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association.

Connections

Married Florence B. Thornton, June 4, 1913.

father:
John W. Chappell

mother:
Ida M. (Adamson) Chappell

spouse:
Florence B. Thornton