John L. Chapman

Birth: ?
Death: ?
Occupation: doctor, apothecary, druggist

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1817-1818 John Chapman doctor North Street corner of Chapple Alley Baltimore City
1840-1841 John L. Chapman druggist 192 Baltimore Street; dwelling: Front Street N of Gay Baltimore City
1840-1841 John Chapman druggist 68 Lexington Street E of Eutaw Baltimore City
1819 John Chapman doctor dwelling & office: Liberty Street two doors above Howard Baltimore City
1842 John Chapman apothecary 68 w Lexington St. Baltimore City
1842 J.L. Chapman apothecary and druggist 25 Sharp st and South st 4 doors n of Baltimore st.; dwelling: German st w of Howard Baltimore City
1831 John Chapman doctor drugstore, 68 Lexington St. east of Eutaw Baltimore City
1845 J. Chapman doctor 68 w Lexington st. Baltimore City
1835-1836 John L. Chapman druggist SE corner Baltimore & South Sts. Baltimore City
1835-1836 John Chapman apothecary 68 Lexington St. Baltimore City
1822-1823 John Chapman M.D. & apothecary 58 Lexington Baltimore City
1837-1838 John L. Chapman druggist SE corner Baltimore and South Sts.; dwelling Front St. near Gay Baltimore City
1837-1838 John Chapman druggist 68 Lexington St. Baltimore City
1843 John Chapman doctor 155 Lexington st. Baltimore City
1843 Jonathan Chapman druggist 2 South st. Baltimore City
1845 John Chapman apothecary 68 Lexington St. Baltimore City
1845 John L. Chapman apothecary 2 South Street and 2 South Sharp St. Baltimore City
1829 John Chapman M.D. & apothecary 68 W Lexington Baltimore City
1833 John Chapman druggist 68 Lexington St. east of Eutaw Baltimore City
1824 John Chapman M.D. and apothecary 58 Lexington Baltimore City
1827 John Chapman M.D. and apothecary 58 Lexington, east of Eutaw Baltimore City
1853-1854 Jonathan Chapman chemist & apothecary 2 South St. Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1840/06/08
    Notes: “Maryland College of Pharmacy organized by Drs. S.G. Baker, W.E.A. Aikin and Wm. Riley, representing the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty; and John Hill, Geo. W. Andrews, Thos. G. Mackenzie, David Steuart, H.B. Atkinson, J.N.W. Gordon, John Chapman and Robert H. Coleman, representing the Pharmcists of Baltimore.”
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 37
  • Dates: 1840/06/08
    Notes: Maryland College of Pharmacy organized by Drs. S. G. Baker, W.E.A. Aikin and Wm. Riley representing the Faculty, and Messrs. John Hill, George W. Andrews, Thomas G. Mackenzie, David Stewart, H. B. Atkinson, J. N. W. Gordon, John Chapman and Robert H. Coleman representing the Pharmacists of Baltimore (June 8).
    Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 697