1745 - 1795 (50 years)
||Peter Fayssoux [1, 2] |
||1 Feb 1795
- See his entry in the American National Biography. His medical thesis, written in Latin, was entitled De Tetano (Concering Tetanus). He was a classmate of Benjamin Rush.
Also these books: Chalmers Gaston Davidson, Friend of the People: The Life of Dr. Peter Fayssoux of Charleston, South Carolina, Medical Association of South Carolina (1950); Peter Fayssoux Stevens, The Fayssoux Family.
||30 Nov 2023 |
|Spouse / Partner 2
||Ann Smith, b. Abt 1756 |
||29 Mar 1777
||Charleston, Berkeley Co., South Carolina
|+||1. Peter Simons Fayssoux, Jr., b. Jun 1793, Charleston, Berkeley Co., South Carolina d. 4 Jun 1833, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Age 40 years)|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||30 Nov 2023 |
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