Family of Henry Augustus VEAZIE and Mamie VALENTINE
Married4270 1878 Nov 294270 at New Orleans, LA4270.
The Daily Picayune (New Orleans, LA), Mar 18, 1876, reported Henry A Veazie of Louisiana among the graduates in medicine from the University of Louisiana at Grunewald Hall on Baronne St (New Orleans). In April, 1876, H A Veazie, MD, was elected as a visiting physician for the ensuing year by the board of adminstrators of the Charity Hospital. In 1878, he elected a surgeon at the same institution.
His obituary4856 mentions that Dr Veazie was said to have been the originator of the theory that yellow fever was transmitted by mosquitos. "The United States public health service, it was said, took up his teory(sic) and demonstrated its correctness." He was survived by two sons: John V Veazie, a ball player in the Southern league; and Henry A Veazie, an employee of the local sewerage.
Child 3. John
The 1856 obituary4856 of John's father mentions surviving son, John V Veazie, "a ball player in the Southern league."
Children of Henry Augustus VEAZIE and Mamie VALENTINE:
|1.||Albert Valentine VEAZIE4079 b. 1879 Nov 134272 at New Orleans, LA4079. d. 1917 Jun 34272.|
|md. Elaine LONAY|
|2.||Henry Augustus Jr VEAZIE3050 b. 1882 Jul 10221 at Louisiana3050.|
|3.||John V VEAZIE3050 b. 1895 Nov 234925 at New Orleans, LA4925. d. 1943 Nov 174925 at Biloxi, Mississippi4925. bd. Veterans Facility Cem., Bixloxi, MS4925.|