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NAME ADDRESS YEARS Title and Description
Jackson, Benjamin B. Amelia County, Virginia 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Puerperal Peritonitis."
Jackson, John Dranesville, Virginia 1836-37, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Pleurisy."
Jackson, John H. Amelia County, Virginia 1825-26, 1st course.  1826-27, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Inflammation."
Jackson, Samuel D. Danville, Kentucky 1838-39, 1st course.  1839-40, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Heat."
Jackson, William C. Amelia County, Virginia 1825-26, 1st course.  1826-27, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Hydrarthus."
Jacob, William R. Louisville, Kentucky 1848-49, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Scarlatina."
Jameson, Thomas Y.T. Alabama 1853, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Digestion."
January, James Belvard P. Maysville, Kentucky 1830-31, 1st course.  1831-32, 2nd course.  1832-33, M.D. M.D. Thesis, "Amenorrhoea."--1832.  
Address for 2nd course was Paris, Kentucky.
Jaquess  (Jacquess), George D. Petersburg, Indiana 1847-48, Pract'ner. M.D. Thesis, "On Bilious Remittent Fever."
Jeffries, Luther C. Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 1847-48, 1st course.  1848-49, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Apoplexy."
Jenkins, Henry Duncan Columbia, Missouri 1846-47, 1st course.  1847-48, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Physical Diagnosis."  
UPS Catalogue, 1847.  Son of Theodorick Jenkins and Eliza (Duncan) Jenkins.  Mrs. Jenkins is the sister of Henry Timberlake Duncan of Lexington.
Jenkins, Thomas J. Abbeville District, South Carolina 1840-41, 1st course.  1841-42, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Simple Acute Pleuritis."
Jennings, Isaac M. Texas 1837-38, 1st course.  1838-39, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Bilious Fever."
Jennings, James D. Nashville, Tennessee 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Respiration."
Jennings, William D. Edgefield District, South Carolina 1839-40, 1st course.  1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Acute Rheumatism."
Jennings, William R. Christian [County], Kentucky 1821-22, 1st course.  1823-24, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Uterine Hemorrhage."
Jerman, Jefferson S. Madison [County]?, Kentucky 1837-38, 1st course.  1839-40, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Intermitting Fever."
Jewell, William Bullitt County, Kentucky 1819-20, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "Medical Topography of Sheperdsville and its Vicinity." 
Printed by James Armstrong, Office of the "Olive Branch," 1820 - printed copy in EFH, J54 1820.  Not filed at T.U.   See:  V.F.
WorldCat record
Jobe, Abraham Elizabethtown, Tennessee 1848-49, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Cynanche Trachealis."  
See card.
John, Jehu Warren County, Ohio 1824-25, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Water of Different Temperatures as Auxiliary in the Cure of Fever."
Johnson, Alexander C. Cumberland, Virginia 1824-25, 1st course.  1825-26, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Remittent Fever."
Johnson, Archibald B. Fayetteville, North Carolina 1822-23, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Dysentery."
Johnson, Felix G. Midway, Kentucky 1834-35, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Cancerous Diseases."
Johnson, Henry H. Franklin County, Alabama 1834-35, 1st course.  1835-36, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Emetics."
Johnson, Leander Mills River, North Carolina 1850-51, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Fever."
Johnson, Mark Moore Abbeville District, South Carolina 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Proximate Cause of Inflammation."
Johnson, Peyton T. Lexington, Kentucky 1835-36, 1st course.  1837-38, 2nd course.  1838-39, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Hypochondriasis."--1839 
1838-U-24.
Johnson, Robert F. Lexington, Kentucky 1858, 1st course.  1859, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Variola or Small-pox."
Johnston, William B. Cleavland, Tennessee 1846-47, 1st course.  1847-48, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pleuritis."
Jones, Albert H. Huntsville, Alabama 1848-49, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Miasma."
Jones, Asa P. Rodney, Mississippi 1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Aneurism."
Jones, Aurelius Newton Walton County, Georgia 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Malignant Ulcer."
Jones, Benjamin C. Amelia County, Virginia 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Physiology of the Foetus."
See:  TUA 2 Medical Notebook.
Jones, Caesar A. Shelby County, Tennessee 1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Jaundice."
Jones, Christopher L. Harrodsburgh, Kentucky 1821-22, 1st course.  1822-23, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dysentery."
Jones, Edmund Hayne Wilkesboro, North Carolina 1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Pathology of Drunkenness."
Jones, Edward T. Greensboro, Alabama 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, " The Influence of Names on the Progress of Medical Philosophy."
Jones, Frederick Madison County, Alabama 1830-31, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Epidemic Fever in Madison County, Alabama."
Jones, Isaac W. Tennessee 1854, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Blood."
Jones, John H.W. Athens, Alabama 1848-49, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever."
Jones, John W. Madison, Alabama 1835-36, 1st course.  1836-37, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Cynanche Trachealis."
Jones, Lester D. Sumpter, South Carolina 1857, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Acute Dysentery."
Jones, Nathaniel S. Abbeville District, South Carolina 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Remittent Fever."
Jones, Richard M. Lincoln, Missouri 1844-45.  1845-46, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Moral Responsibilities and the Proper Qualifications of the Physician."                       
1848-49, Practitioner near Chilesburg, Ky.
Jones, Robert Edward Amelia County, Virginia 1829-30, 1st course.  1830-31, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Puerperal Fever."
Jones, Robert Pincham Madison County, Alabama 1824-25, 1st course.  1825-26, 2nd course.  1826-27, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1827. 
No thesis on file (1-25-61).
Jones, Terrill Hezekiah Franklin County, Georgia 1831-32, 1st course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1833
Jones, William E. Jackson, Mississippi 1840-41, 1st course.  1841-42, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Mania."  
Thesis says Raymond, Miss.
Jordan, Clement Hobson Halifax County, Virginia 1824-25, 1st course.  1825-26, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Epidemic of Dysentery in Person County, North Carolina, in 1825."
Jordan, Harrison Williamson County, Tennessee 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhus Fever."
Jordan, Jacob C. Maringo County, Alabama 1826-27, 1st course.  1827-28.  1828-29, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Operation of Lithotomy."--1829.           
For the year 1827-28 his address was given as Maringo County, Alabama.  In 1829-30 he was at the Lexington Lunatic Asylum.  1830-31, M.D.
Jordan, Uriah Chester District, South Carolina 1822-23, 1st course.  1823-24. M.D. Thesis, "Vitality of the Blood."  
Kappa Lambda, 1822.
Jordan, William Moore Wilkes County, Georgia 1830-31, 1st course.  1831-32, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Absorption."
Jordon, Simon P. Columbia, Tennessee 1825-26, 1st course.  1826-27, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Lues Venerea."
Jouitt, George P. Lexington, Kentucky 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course.  1834-35, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Idiopathic Consumption."--1835

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NAME ADDRESS YEARS Title and Description
Kaigler, Esaias Woodford, Miss. 1834-35, 1st course.  1835-36, 2nd course.  1836-37, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Gout."--1837
Kaigler, Vandy T.  (V.?) Woodville, Miss. 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course.  1834-35, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Broncocele."--1835
Keeling, George Davidson County, Tennessee 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dysentery."  
Died May 30, 1841 in Davidson County, Tennessee.  Married Mary - d. July 26, 1841.  Left 4 small children.
Keene, Benedict C. Scott County, Kentucky 1834-35, 1st course.  1836-37, 2nd course.  1840-41, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bathing."--1841
Keene, Rowland (Roland) H. Frankfort, Kentucky 1843-44, 1st course.  1845-46, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pseudo-Membranous Laryngitis, or Croup."  
Note:  Name is spelled Keene, Roland H. on Thesis.
Keiser, James F. Lexington, Kentucky 1847-48, 1st course.  1848-49, 2nd course.  1849-50, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pneumonia."--1850
Keith, M.L. Pickens, South Carolina 1845-46, 1st course.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Puerperal Fever."
Kell, William Kaskaskia, Illinois 1823-24, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "Vis Medicatrix Naturae."
Keller, Alexander M. Tuscumbia, Alabama 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Congestive Fever."
Kellogg, Albert Mt. Pleasant, Georgia 1837-38, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Narcotics."  
See:  V.F.
Kelly, James Maringo County, Alabama 1822-23, 1st course.  1839-40, 2nd course.  1840-41. M.D. Thesis, "Amenorrhoea."--1840.  
Kappa Lambda, 1822.  Address for 1839-40 and 1840-41 was Daletown, Alabama.
Kelly, John D. Caldwell County, Kentucky 1833-34, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "The Difference between Respiration and the Motion of the Heart in sleeping and in waking persons."
Kelly, Robert P. Kentucky 1853, 1st course.  1854, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever."
Kennedy, Alfred W. Lexington, Kentucky 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 1st course.  1835-36, 3rd course.  1839-40, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Inflammation."--1836
Kennedy, John Chester District, South Carolina 1824-25, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Moral and Medical Influence of Love."
Kennedy, John W. Richmond, Kentucky 1844-45, 1st course.  1845-46, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Maladministration of Cathartics, and especially Mercurials."
Kennedy, Thomas Jefferson Maury County, Tennessee 1825-26, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Sedatives."
Kerfoot, Franklin Williams (J.) Frederick County, Virginia 1830-31, 1st course.  1831-32, 2nd course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Scarlatina."--1833. 
Note:  Name appears as Kerfoot, Franklin J. in all instances except 1830-31.
Kilgore, William St. Mary's Parish, Louisiana 1834-35, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Tertian Fever."
Kilpatrick, Elihu Mississippi 1821-22, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Bilious Fever."
Kimbrough (Kimbro), John W. Cynthiana, Kentucky 1839-40, 1st course.  1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Origin and Progress of the Science of Surgery."  
 Note:  Name is spelled "Kimbro" in Matriculation Book.
King, Aaron Decatur, Tennessee 1841-42, 1st course.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Auscultation and Percussion."
King, Harvey Greensborough, Georgia 1837-38, 1st course.  1838-39, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Menorrhagia."   
1838-U-24.
King, James Bedford, Pennsylvania 1836-37, 1st course.  1837, Summer school.  1837-38, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Use of the Bandage in Fractures."
King, John W. Huntsville, Alabama 1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever as it Prevailed in the Southern States during the autumn and winter of the Years 1838 and 1839."
King, Thomas Clarksville, Tennessee 1821-22, 1st course.  1822-23, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Opthmalia."  Kappa Lambda, 1821.      
No thesis on file (1-25-61).
Kinnaird, Joseph Frankfort, Kentucky 1821-22, 1st course.  1822-23, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Efficient and Final Causes of the Menstrual Discharge." 
See:  Diploma, which is in TU Archives (1823).  He had listed Culpepper [County], Virginia as his address for the second year enrollment.
Kirby, Jacob S. Hillsborough, Ohio 1822-23, 1st course.  1823-24. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Remittent Fever as it appeared in Hillsborough 1823."
Kirkpatrick, John A. Cynthiana, Kentucky 1846-47, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "Surgery as it Is and Was."
Kittredge, Ebenezer Eaton Mississippi 1823-24 M.D. Thesis, "On A Cursory Account of the Ardent or Yellow Fever as it appeared in Warrenton in the fall of 1819, and as it appeared in Natchez in the summer and fall of 1823."
Knight, William T. Shelbyville, Kentucky 1835-36, 1st course.  1836-37, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."
Knox, Davis Caldwell Kentucky 1823-24.  1824-25, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhus Fever."
Knox, James C. Jefferson, Georgia 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dysentery."
Kyle, James Rogersville, Alabama 1842-43, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Ovarian Disease."

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NAME ADDRESS YEARS Title and Description
Lafon, John Upshaw Woodford County, Kentucky 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 1st course.  1835-36, 3rd course.  1836-37, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Suppressed Urine."--1837.  
In Mexican War.  See:  REGISTER, KHS, vol. 5 (1907), Sept., p. 17.  Letter by Dr. Lafon to his father during Battle of Buena Vista.  REGISTER, KHS, vol. 4(1906), May, p. 53 - History of family.
Lafon, Thomas Chesterfield [County], Virginia 1822-23, 1st course.  1826-27, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bandage."--1827
Lamb, Jesse Cross Keys, South Carolina 1842-43, 1st course.  1843-44, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pleuritis."
Lancaster, John, Jr. Kentucky 1820-21, 1st course.  1821-22, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Phthisis Pulmonalis."  
Kappa Lambda, 1820.
Land, Silas W. Khula, Mississippi 1844-45.  1845-46, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Congestive Fever."
Lander, Chilton A. Hopkinsville, Kentucky 1834-35, 1st course.  1835-36, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Intermittent Fever."
Lane, James Hardage (Hardidge) Mead County, Kentucky 1825-26, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Intermittent Fever." 
Name appears "Hardidge" on t-p of thesis.
Lane, James S. Winchester, Kentucky 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course.  1843-44, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Uterine Hemorrhage."--1844
Larkins, John Robert Montgomery County, Alabama 1831-32, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Typhus Fever."
Lary, Henry B. Bourbon County, Kentucky 1830-31, 1st course.  1831-32, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Apoplexy."
Lassiter, Jesse Gallatin, Tennessee 1836-37, 1st course.  1837-38, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Ipecacuanha."
Latham, Edward New Orleans, Louisiana 1850-51, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Rubeola."--1851
Latham, Robert T. Jessamine County, Kentucky 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course.  1836-37, M.D. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1835
Latimer, B.M. Brewerton, South Carolina 1845-46, 1st course.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."
Lavender, Charles Etchison Lowndes County, Alabama 1830-31, 1st course.  1831-32, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Epidemic Fever which prevailed in Lowndes County, Alabama, during the Autumn of 1831."
Lawrence, Jasper W. Hancock County, Georgia 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course.  1835-36, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Leucorrhoea."--1836
Lawrence, Joseph N. Pickens, South Carolina 1845-46, 1st course.  1846-47, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever."
Lawrence, M.J. Florence, Georgia 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Remittent Fever."
Lawrence, Robert J. Putnam County, Georgia 1827-28 M.D. Thesis, "On Cholera Morbus."
Lawson, Leonidas M. Mayslick, Kentucky 1837-38, 1st course.  1840-41, M.D.  Now. M.D. Thesis, "On the Pathology of Fever."
Layton, David W. Lexington, Kentucky 1846-47, 1st course.  1847-48, 2nd course.  1850-51.  1851-52. M.D. Thesis, "The Science of Medicine."--1848
Layton, Thomas K. Lexington, Kentucky 1855, 2nd course (Summer session).   1854, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "Abortion."  
See:  V.F. - Layton, Thomas K.  1828 stock certificate.
Lea, William Amite County, Mississippi 1826-27, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Purulent Opthalmia."
Leach, Frederick B. Spencerburg, Missouri 1839-40, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On the Causes of Fever."
Leake, William J. Clinton, Mississippi 1839-40, 1st course.  1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Prolapsus Uteri."
Leake, William S. Newberry District, South Carolina 1845-46, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Tubercular Phthisis."
Leavell, St. Clair James (or James St. Clair) Todd County, Kentucky 1825-26, 1st course.  1826-27, 2nd course.  1827-28. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1828.  
Note:  Name also appears Leavell, James St. Clair.
Lee, Carter Chester District, South Carolina 1824-25 M.D. Thesis, "On Male Sterility."
Lee, Edward Petersburgh, Virginia 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Scrophula."
Lee, Needham Franklin County, Mississippi 1832-33, 1st course.  1833-34, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Epidemics of Mississippi in 1833."
Leggett, Carso T. Covert, New York 1836-37, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Epilepsy."
LeGrand, John N. Rutherford, Tennessee 1822-23, 1st course.  1823-24.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Procidentia Uteri."--1847. 
Returned home.  His 1846-47 address was Warrenton, Mi.
Lenoir, William B. Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Chronic Laryngitis."
Lester, Thomas C. Greenville, South Carolina 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pervigilium."
Lesueur, Carey S. Monroe County, Georgia 1827-28.  1830-31, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Autumnal Bilious Fever of Southern Climates, its Pathology and Therapeutics."
Letcher, Joseph P. Lancaster, Kentucky 1838-39, 1st course.  1839-40, 2nd course.  1842-43, Pract'ner. M.D. Thesis, "Uterine Hemorrhage."--1840
Letcher, Robert P. Richmond, Kentucky 1842-43, 1st course.  1844-45, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Cynanche Trachealis."
Letcher, Samuel McKee Garrard County, Kentucky 1825-26, 1st course.  1826-27, 2nd course.  1838-39, Student.  Had M.D. then.  1840-41. M.D. Thesis, "Association and Dependence of Functions."--1827
Letcher, William C. Nicholasville, Kentucky 1850-51, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever."
Letton, John Wesley Bourbon County, Kentucky 1824-25, 1st course.  1825-26, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Dyspepsia."
Lewis, Francis D. Hancock County, Kentucky 1834-35, 1st course.  1835-36, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Endemic Bilious Fever."
Lewis, James B. Oglethorpe County, Georgia 1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Trachitis."
Lewis, James M. Kentucky 1854, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Metritis."
Lewis, Jesse P. Lexington, Kentucky 1840-41, 1st course.  1845-46, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Intermittent Fever."
Lewis, John Terrell (Taylor) Kentucky 1823-24.  1828-29, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Milk Sickness." 
Note:  Name appears, Lewis, John Taylor, in registration 1828-29 - all others it is Lewis, John Terrell.
Lewis, Richmond A. Frankfort, Kentucky 1845-46, 1st course.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Chiasma Nervorum Opticorum."
Lewis, Robert W. Jefferson [County], Kentucky 1822-23, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Remittent Bilious Fever as it prevailed at Louisville in the autumn of 1822."
Ligon, William Lawrence District, South Carolina 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Inflammation."
Lindsay, Henry C. Scott County, Kentucky 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Congestive Diseases and the Use of Mercury in their Treatment."
Lindsay, Opie J. Florence, Kentucky 1834-35, 1st course.  1836-37, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dysentery."
Lindsay, Preston Scott County, Kentucky 1826-27, 1st course.  1827-28.  1828-29, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Identity of Summer, Fall, and Winter Epidemics."--1829
Lindsey, Wiley King David Newberry District, South Carolina 1828-29, 1st course.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Menstruation."
Link, Byrd B. Franklin, Tennessee 1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Typhoid Fever."
Linley, Thomas Concord, Kentucky 1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Scarlet Fever."
Linton, Moses L. Springfield, Kentucky 1833-34, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course.  1835-36. M.D. Thesis, "Moral Therapeutics."--1835 
Author of OUTLINES OF GENERAL PATHOLOGY (1851); MEDICAL SCIENCE AND COMMON SENSE (1859); MEDICINE FOR THE MILLIONS (1860).  See V.F.
Little, Robert E. Richmond, Kentucky 1840-41, 1st course.  1841-42, 2nd course.  1842-43, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Climate and Diseases of Madison County, Kentucky." -- 1842. 
See:  TUA 2, Medical Dept., Lecture Tickets.
Little, William D. Kentucky 1853, 1st course.  1854, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Pneumonia."
Littlejohn, Thomas Union District, South Carolina 1829-30, 1st course.  1830-31, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Digestion."
Lively, James Wesley Saloma, Kentucky 1846-47, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Hypertrophy of the Heart."
Lloyd, Frederick Louisville, Kentucky 1850-51, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Mental Influence upon Corporeal Disease."
Long, Benjamin Stevenson Versailles, Kentucky 1830-31, 1st course.  1834-35, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Use and Abuse of Purgatives." 
His address for the 2nd course was given as Liberty, Missouri.
Long, John Newberry Village, South Carolina 1838-39, 1st course.  1839-40, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Phlebotomy."
Long, John Whittington Kentucky 1823-24.  1827-28. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1828
Long, Robert L.Y. Newnan, Georgia 1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."
Looney, Peter Paris, Tennessee 1844-45.  1846-47, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Remittent Fever."
Loring, Francis Wake County, North Carolina 1837-38, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Asthma."
Loving, Henry T. Russellville, Kentucky 1822-23, 1st course.  1824-25, 2nd course.  1825-26, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Fever."--1826. 
Kappa Lambda, 1822.  His address was given as Logan County, Ky. for the second course.
Loving, Shelburne Bowling Green, Kentucky 1831-32, 1st course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Cholera Infantum."
Lowe, Alexander Montgomery County, Tennessee 1831-32, 1st course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Peritoneal Fever."
Lowell, James Franklin Athens, Alabama 1831-32, 1st course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On the Origin of Contagious Diseases."
Lowry, James Lexington, Kentucky 1843-44, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Cynanche Trachealis."
Lyle, John A. Paris, Kentucky 1839-40, 1st course.  1840-41, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Exclusive Systems of Medicine."
Lyman, C.N. Wadsworth, Medina County, Ohio 1841-42, 1st course.  1842-43, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dysentery."
Lyne (Line), William Henry East Faliciana, Louisiana 1828-29, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "Bilious Fever." 
Note:  Name is spelled Line in Matriculation Book.
Lyne, James Woodville County, Miss. 1827-28.  1829-30, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "On Dyspepsia."
Lyne, Thomas Versailles, Kentucky 1822-23, 1st course.  1823-24.  1824-25, 3rd course. M.D. Thesis, "Dyspepsia."--1825.  
Kappa Lambda, 1822.  He gave his address for the 3rd course as Montgomery County, Tennessee.
Lyon, John (Johanne) Havanna, Alabama 1831-32, 1st course.  1832-33, 2nd course. M.D. Thesis, "The Origin of Epidemic Cholera." 
Note:  Name appears "Johanne" on t-p of thesis.
Lyons, John R. Poplar Grove, South Carolina 1845-46, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "On Puerperal Peritonitis."
Lytle, Francis W. Salem, Tennessee 1846-47, 1st course. M.D. Thesis, "Intermittent Fever ..."--1847.