The following physicians were practicing at Fishkill during the American Revolution. The first listing is of the physicians and surgeons appointed by George Washington and his immediate subordinates. The second listing is of physicians who were members of the Minute Men and other local regiments.
Dr. Cornelius Osborn, October 17, 1775 [Sources: Archives of State of NY, p. 285]
Dr. Martin Cornell, March 1, 1776
Fishkill Hospital, Academy of Fishkill building.
Rev. Chauncey Graham, President of the Academy of Fishkill, removed from his building so the facility could be used as a hospital. He was paid 40 Pounds for his removal.
The following were the Officials working this facility:
Director: JOHN DELAMATER
Surgeons: HENRY MUIR, HENDRICK OBLENIS, and DIRCK VAN INGEN
Physician: MALACHI TREAT
Mates: JOHN COVENTRY, JACOB GARDENEAR, NATHANIEL GARDNER, STEPHEN GRAHAM, WILLIAM P. SMITH, SAMUEL WOODRUFF
Matrons; DINAH BROWN, ELIZABETH SICKLES
Steward: JAMES LAMB
Commissary and Storekeeper: LEAKE HUNT
The following is the list of Physicians for this operation:
HALSEY, SILAS JR.
SNAGLER, JOHN GEORGE
VAN BUREN, BEEKMAN
VAN BUREN, JAMES N.
WILLIAMS, JOHN [Inspector, member of the Convention]
WRIGHT, JOHN G.