1897 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
of Brooklyn, September 22, aged 57 years. He was a native of Germany and a graduate from the University of Würzburg in 1869. Soon after graduating he emigrated to this country and about twenty years ago took up his permanent residence in Brooklyn. He was a practi¬ tioner greatly respected among his fellow-countymen living in his section of that city. His death was due to myocarditis complicated with hydrothorax. Henry E. Branin, M.D., Jefferson, Philadelphia, 1858, died suddenly from paralysis
more » ... nly from paralysis October 6, at the Camden County Insane Asylum, Blackwood, . J. With this institution he was connected for about twenty years. Until their separation five years ago the almshouse and asylum were one. He re¬ mained with the asylum.
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