Malcolm Dabney

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Malcolm Grant Dabney (born c. 1885 in Mississippi; died March 9, 1957 in Homewood) was a dentist and veteran of the Rainbow Division in World War I.

Dabney moved to Birmingham as a child. He served with the 167th United States Infantry, part of the 42nd (Rainbow) Division, which fought in France during World War I. After returning home he graduated from the Birmingham Medical College and practiced from his home at 1633 Manhattan Avenue in Homewood. He retired in 1939.

Dabney and his wife, Emma, had one son and five daughters.