Account of medical visits made by John Hale to Ebenezer Kendall, Jr., 1763 January 22
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- Hale, John , active 18th century
- New Hampshire
- 1 manuscript.
- Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Itemized bill, dated 22 January 1763, rendered to the Province of Massachusetts Bay for medical visits and treatments made by Dr. John Hale (active 18th century) for wounded soldier Ebenezer Kendall, Jr. (1736-1802) of Dunstable, Massachusetts, between January and July 1760, during the French and Indian War.
John Hale (active 18th century) was a physician in Hollis, New Hampshire. He was a military surgeon during the French and Indian War, and later joined the 1st Regiment of New Hampshire Continental troops as a surgeon during the American Revolutionary War. He was also a delegate to the New Hampshire Provincial Congress in 1775. In 1779, Hale was appointed to oversee the smallpox hospital in Hollis.