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BULLARD, Talbot, physician, born in Sutton, Massachusetts, 16 August, 1815; died in Indianapolis, Indiana, 18 June, 1863. He was educated at Marietta, and then studied medicine in the Cincinnati medical College. After settling in Indianapolis he followed his profession and acquired a lucrative practice. Soon after the beginning of the war he became interested in the welfare of the soldiers, and at the battle of Pittsburgh Landing he assumed the superintendence and care of the Indiana wounded. The devotion he showed at that time was such that Governor Morton called for his service after every subsequent battle in which Indiana troops were engaged. At Pittsburgh Landing he contracted a complaint from which he never recovered, and when called on by the governor to go to Vicksburg, he did so contrary to the advice of his friends, and, after the mission was accomplished, returned to his home and soon died.
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