Charles G. Crosse

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Charles Giles Crosse (April 28, 1828 – April 21, 1908) was an American physician and politician.

Born in Cincinnatus, New York, Crosse was trained to be a physician. During the American Civil War, Crosse was a surgeon in the 50th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. He lived in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, where he died. In 1880, he served in the Wisconsin State Assembly.[1][2] His house is in Sun Prairie.

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  1. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1880, Biographical Sketch of Charles G. Crosse,' pg. 511
  2. ^ 'Medical Review of Reviews,' Austin Flint Association, Inc.: 1908, Death notice, pg. 366