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John B Haden (1871 - 1931)

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Dr John B Haden
Born in Galveston, Galveston, TXmap
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Died in Little Rock, AKmap
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Note: Houston Directory, 1894-95.Houston, TX: Morrison & Fourmy, 1894
Houston, Texas Directories, 1882-95 Recordinfo
about Rolland C. Hodges; John B. Haden
Name: Rolland C. Hodges; John B. Haden
City: Houston
State: TX
Occupation: oculists and aurists
Year: 1894, 1895
Business Name: Hodges & Haden
Location 2: rooms 306, 307, 3071/2 Kiam building
Houston, Texas Directories, 1882-95 Recordinfo
about John B. Haden
Name: John B. Haden
City: Houston
State: TX
Year: 1894, 1895
Business Name: Hodges & Haden
Location 2: rooms Kiam building


Source: Obit
Galveston Daily News
Mon 20 July, 1931, p. 7
Prominent Medical Specialist is Dead
Dr. John Haden, Former Teacher Here, Succumbs in Little Rock
Dr. John B. Haden, one time professor of diseases of the eye of the
State Medical College here, and prominent otherwise in medical circles,
died at the United States Veterans' Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. Sunday
morning at 8 o'clock. Funeral services will be held at the union station
here this morning at 9:35 o'clock upon arrival of the body.
Dr. Haden, the son of Dr. John M. and Sarah Brannon Haden, was born in
Galveston Aug 27, 1871. He was educated in the University of the South,
Sewanee, Tenn. and later studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania,
where he graduated in 1892.
He practiced medicine in New York City, where he was on the staff of the
New Amsterdam Eye and Ear Hospital. During the Spanish-American war he
was captain in the medical corps of the 12th New York Regiment.
After the war he returned to Galveston, where he practiced for many
years, and also taught in the State Medical College, where he was professor
of diseases of the eye. In 1916 he again moved to New York City to
practice. When the United States entered the world war he volunteered
and served again in the medical corps.
He is survived by two daughters, Beatrice Shelton Haden and Mrs Richard
Vandenberg of New York City, and a brother, Dr. Henry C. Haden of Houston.
Funeral services under direction of F. P. Malloy & Son, will be private.
The following will be honorary pallbearers; George Sealy, John W. Hopkins,
Dr. William Gammon, Dr. Edward Randall, Sr, W. L. Moody, Jr, Thomas D.
Randall, John F. Grant, F. G. Petitbone, George S. Ewalt and Sealy
Hutchings. Rev. Edmund H. Gibson of Trinity Church will officiate and
interment will be in the family vault in the Episcopal Cemetery.


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