Pinson, Hamet.

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Dr. Hamet Pinson, an El Dorado, Arkansas, physician, graduated from the New Orleans School of Medicine. He was appointed Assistant Surgeon in the Confederate States Army, with duty in Louisiana and Arkansas. Pinson married twice. He and Annie Gilbert were wed around 1878--six years after the death of his first wife. Pinson owned a farm in Arkansas, and in 1883 he gave up medicine to become a cotton farmer in Mississippi and Alabama. He was also editor of the "Geiger times" in Geiger, Alabama. State Senator John H. Pinson of Alabama was his son.

From the description of Hamet Pinson and family papers, 1859-1951 (bulk 1859-1899). (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 297233558

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creatorOf Pinson, Hamet. Hamet Pinson and family papers, 1859-1951 (bulk 1859-1899). Louisiana State University, LSU Libraries
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associatedWith Confederate States of America. Army corporateBody
associatedWith Cooper's Institute corporateBody
associatedWith Gainesville Male Academy corporateBody
associatedWith Gilbert, Edward A. person
associatedWith Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College corporateBody
associatedWith New Orleans School of Medicine corporateBody
associatedWith Pinson, Annie Gilbert person
associatedWith Pinson, John H. person
associatedWith University of Alabama corporateBody
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Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
Medicine, Rural--Practice


Active 1859

Active 1951

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