Everts, Edward

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AMH-PN1052
J Am Med Assoc, Dec 1885; V: 700: Official List of Changes in the Stations and Duties of Officers Serving in the Medical Department, U. S. Army, from December 5, 1885, to December 11, 1885. First Lieut. Edward Everts, Asst. Surgeon, ordered from Dept. Columbia to Dept. Arizona. (S. O. 279, A. G. O.. Dec. 5, 1885.)
J Am Med Assoc, Oct 1886; VII: 476: Official list of changes in the stations and duties of officers serving in the Medical Department, U. S. Army, from October 9, 1886, to October 15. 1886. ... First Lieut. Edward Everts, Asst. Surgeon, ordered to proceed to Ft. Grant, A. T., anil there take station. (S. O. 94, Dept. Arizona, Oct. 1, 1886.)
J Am Med Assoc, Jan 1887; VIII: 28: Official list of changes in the stations and duties of officers serving in the Medical Department, U. S. Army, from December 18, 1886, to December 24. 1886. ... First Lieut. Edward Everts, Asst. Surgeon, ordered from Ft. Grant to Ft. Apache.
J Am Med Assoc, Oct 1889; XIII: 614: Official List of Changes in the Stations and Duties of Officers Serving in the Medical Department, U. S. Army, from October 12, 1889, to October 18, 1889. ... Capt. Edward Everts, Asst. Surgeon U. S. Army, relieved from duty at Ft. Apache, Ariz., and ordered to David's Island, New York Harbor.
J Am Med Assoc, Apr 1898; XXX: 940: Army Changes. Official List of Changes in the Stations and duties of officers serving in the Medical Department, U. S. Army, from April 2 to 8, 1898. ... Capt. Edward Everts, Asst. Surgeon, upon the abandonment of Whipple Bks., Ariz., is ordered to Ft. Apache, Ariz.
J Am Med Assoc, May 1900; XXXIV: 1138-1139: Retirement of Colonel Alden. -- Colonel Charles H. Alden, assistant-surgeon-general United States Army, who has been chief assistant to the Surgeon-General for the past seven years, was retired April 28, on account of having attained the age of 64 years, the age limit for active service. ... This retirement promotes Lieut.-Col. Albert Hartsuff to the rank of colonel, Major Charles L. Heizmann to be lieutenant-colonel, and Captain and Assistant-Surgeon Edward Everts to be major and surgeon, U. S. A.
J Am Med Assoc, May 1900; XXXIV: 1214: Edward Everts, captain and asst.-surgeon, U. S. A., retired from active service as a major, April 28, 1900, having been found physically disqualified by reason of disability incident to the service.
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