Munson, Eneas, Md

Munson, Eneas, M.D.

a Christian physician, was born in New Haven June 24, 1734; graduated at Yale College in 1753; and, after having been a tutor, became a chaplain in the army in 1755 on Long Island. Ill health induced him to study medicine. He practiced physic at Bedford in 1756, and removed in 1760 to New Haven, where he died, June 16,1826, in high repute as a physician. Of the medical society of Connecticut he was the president. He was a man of piety from an early period of his life. At the bedside of his patients he was accustomed to commend them to God in prayer. It was with joyous Christian hope that this venerable old man went down to the dead.

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