Samuel Alexander Mudd

Samuel Alexander Mudd (1833 - 1883)

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Dr Samuel Alexander Mudd
Born in Charles Co, Maryland, USAmap
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Husband of — married in Charles Co, Maryland, USAmap
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Died in Waldorf, Maryland, USAmap
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Categories: Lincoln Assassination Plot.


Samuel Mudd

Prosecutors succeeded in showing that Mudd, a doctor who set Booth’s broken leg during the night of April 14, was well acquainted with Booth before the night of the assassination. He escaped hanging by one vote of the military commission that had been convened to try the conspirators. Like Arnold, Mudd was sentenced to life in prison but pardoned in 1869. He died of pneumonia in 1883.



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