John Stith PEMBERTON

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AmericanBorn John Stith PEMBERTON

American biochemist and American Civil War veteran who is best known as the inventor of Coca-Cola

Born on July 8, 1831 in Knoxville, Georgia , United States

Died on August 16, 1888 in Atlanta, Georgia , United States

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Pemberton was born on July 8, 1831, in Knoxville, Georgia, and spent most of his childhood in Rome, Georgia. His parents were James C. Pemberton and Martha L. Gant. The Pembertons were of English lineage, the direct paternal ancestor Phineas Pemberton and his family from Lancashire, traveled aboard the ship Submission about 1682 from Liverpool to the Province of Maryland, eventually settling in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. There he built a mansion in 1687 and had served as William Penn's chief administrator. Stith Pemberton entered the Reform Medical College of Georgia in Macon, Georgia, and in 1850, at the age of nineteen, he earned his medical degree. His main talent was chemistry. After initially practicing some medicine and surgery, Dr. Pemberton opened a drug store in Columbus.



During the American Civil War, Pemberton served in the Third Cavalry Battalion of the Georgia State Guard, which was at that time a component of the Confederate Army. He achieved the rank of lieutenant colonel.

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