The Rise of Industrial America Thaddeus Constantine Montague

Thaddeus Constantine Montague

Dr. Thaddeus Constantine Montague (1838-1906)—was born in Middlesex County, Virginia. In 1859 he graduated from the Medical College of Virginia and entered Confederate service in May 1861. He served with Generals Floyd and Albert Sidney Johnston in Kentucky and Tennessee during the campaigns of 1862. Following this he was made surgeon-in-charge of Emory and Henry Hospital where he treated soldiers from both sides of the war. Prior to his death, Dr. Montague owned a drug store on Caroline Street in Fredericksburg. From 1887-1888 represented Stafford in the Virginia House of Delegates. He was buried at his farm, Rosedale, in Stafford.