Birth: 1842, Sep. 24
- Baltimore City
|1877||John H. Grimes||doctor||256 N. Eden St.||Baltimore City|
|1867-1868||J.H. Grimes||doctor||256 N Eden||Baltimore City|
|1881||J.H. Grimes||doctor||259 Maryland Ave.||Baltimore City|
|1912||John H. Grimes||doctor||2100 Maryland Ave.||Baltimore City|
- Dates: 1842-?
Notes: Born in Carroll County, Md., September 24, 1842. Educated at Calvert College, Md.; in First Regiment of Cavalry, C.S.A., 1862-65; pupil of Dr. John F. Buffington; M.D., University of Maryland, 1868; Vaccine Physician, 1873. 2100 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore.
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 419
- Dates: 1873
Notes: Vaccine physician
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: 270
- Dates: 1893
Notes: Monday, last 18th inst., Mr. John S. Leib, Treasurer of the Northern Central Railroad, died suddenly in Baltimore. The deceased had not been feeling well for some time and had started from his office to go home, when he fell upon the street. The nearest physican was hastily summoned but life was extinct when he reached the stricken man.
The body was afterward removed to his home. Dr. John H. Grimes, Mr. Leib’s Attending physician, said death was caused by congestion of the brain.
Mr. Leib was born in York county, Pa., in 1825. His education was received at a country school near his native place, conducted by Samuel J. Kirkwood, of Harford county, Md. Mr. Leib taught at York County Academy a short time. He was afterward appointed secretary of the York and Cumberland Railroad, which position he held five years until the road was absorbed, in 1854, by the Northern Central system, when he was elected treasurer of the Northern Central, with his office in Baltimore. He remained continuously in the service of the Northern Central, Company until his death. Mr. Leib was also president of the Merchants’ Loan Association of Baltimore.
A widow, who was Miss Catherine A. Craumer, of York county, Pa., survives Mr. Leib. His adopted daughter is the wife of Mr. Francis M. Darby, treasurer of the safe Deposit and Trust Company, Five brothers M. W. and Thomas Leib, of Baltimore William H., of Baltimore county, Joseph, of Hanover, Pa., and Jesse, of Stewartstown, Pa., and one sister, Mrs. Mary A. Hartman, of Stewartstown, Pa., also survive Mr. Leib.
Source: Some Baltimore County Obituaries – 1893