Meyer, Eugene L.
December 2012
Maryland Life;Dec2012, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p38
The article focuses on the legendary Mudd Family in Charles County, Maryland. It says that doctor Samuel A. Mudd, the country's physician and farmer, has been convicted by a military court as part of the assassination conspiracy and was sentenced life imprisonment at Fort Jefferson, Florida. It adds that Dr. Mudd had a big family including nine children and 32 grandchildren.


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