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Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Eugene Stocker MD

Hereditary Member, admitted 1888

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Eugene Stocker, MD

Grandson of propositus Anne-Louis De Toussard. Born in Philadelphia, PA on 5 Mar 1819 and died in Philadelphia, PA on 23 May 1897. Began his service in the Civil War in the Army of the Potomac, 2nd Brigade of General McCalls Division from Aug 1861 to Mar 1862. Major and Surgeon in US Volunteers 3 Aug 1861. At the Battle of Drainsville Dec 1861. Attached to the 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 1st Corps Army of the Potomac. In the Department of the Rappahannock to May 1862. Then Medical Director of the 3rd Division 5th Corp until 30 Jun 1862, when wounded in the right wrist by bullet fragments in the Battle of New Market Cross Roads. Was in all the battles of the Seven Days Retreat. In charge of the Field Hospital at Harrison Landing and was the last officer to leave when it was evacuated. In charge of the Hospital at Craney Island, VA. On inspection duty in the Department of Virginia 5 Nov 1862 to5 Jan 1863. In charge of Chesapeake General Hospital, Fortress Monroe to 14 Oct1863. Medical Director, District of Key West, FL to 8 Dec 1863. Medical Director of the District of Key West and Tortugas, FL to Nov 1864 and there contracted Yellow Fever. In charge of Prisoners Hospital, Elmira, NY until mustered out. Brevet Lt. Colonel US Volunteers 1 Jun 1865. Honorably discharged 15 Sep 1865. University of Pennsylvania MD Degree 1840. Companion Member: Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Freemason and Master of Franklin Lodge # 134. Royal Arch Mason in Chapter #91 and charter member of Philadelphia Chapter #169 and High Priest in 1852. Knight Templar in Saint Johns Commandery #4 then in Philadelphia #5. Grand Master of Knights Templar in Philadelphia 1856. Scottish Rite 33 and Commander in Chief of the Philadelphia Consistory 1868-1896. Married Jane Randolph in 1845. [Sources: ; (98); (C); MOLLUS- Memorium; Rootsweb’s World Connect Project. Pic: Pennsylvania Freemasons.]

Mr. Stocker was the grandson of Anne-Louis de Toussard.



Anne-Louis de Toussard
( — )
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Eugene Stocker MD
(1819 — 1897)
Admitted 1888


George Fitz Randolph Stocker
(1852 — 1914)
Admitted 1897
Admitted 1914
Admitted 1947
Admitted 1980