Ambrose Baber

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Edward Ambrose Baber (April 23, 1793 – March 19, 1846) was a U.S. doctor and diplomat. He was the U.S. chargĂ© d'affaires in Italy from 1841 to 1844.

Baber was born in Buckingham County, Virginia. As an adult, he lived in Macon, Georgia, where he had a medical practice. He married the former Mary Sweet in 1829; they had two sons and three daughters.

Baber died due to an accidental ingestion of cyanide. His remains are buried in Macon.

Baber's Macon home is a registered historic landmark and now home to the law firm of Chambless, Higdon, Richardson, Katz & Griggs, LLP.


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