John Ayd

Birth: 1853, Dec. 28
Death: 1933, Jan. 3
Occupation: apothecary, doctor

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1882 John Ayd apothecary 503 E Monument Baltimore City
1881 apothecary, druggist, chemist 503 E Monument Baltimore City
1906 doctor 1937 E. Monument Baltimore City
1884 John Ayd druggist 503 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1885 John Ayd druggist 503 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1886 John Ayd druggist 503 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1917 John Ayd druggist – retail 1937 E. Monument Baltimore City
1911 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1912 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1913 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1914 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1915 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1916 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1917 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1918 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1919 John Ayd druggist 2737 North Ave. W. Baltimore City
1912 John Ayd doctor 1937 E. Monument St. Baltimore City
1875 John Ayd druggist 261 Aisquith St. Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1853-1933
    Notes: Buried in Holy Redeemer Cemetery, 4430 Belair Rd, Baltimore, MD. See
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcbalti/HolyRedeemer.html

    Source:
  • Dates: 1933
    Notes: Dr. John Ayd, physician and pharmacist, who for fifty-four years conducted a pharmacy at Monument and Washington streets, died yesterday morning after an illness of almost a year.

    A prominent figure in Northeast Baltimore, where he had resided all his life, Dr. Ayd had a large medical practice in addition to his pharmacy. At the time of his death he was the oldest druggist in the city. In the last few years he had confined his practice of medicine to religious and charitable institutions.

    Became Carpenter
    Born December 28, 1853, he attended St. James’ Parochial School and then became a carpenter. The influence, however, of a Redemptorist priest of St. James’ Catholic Church resulted in the young man entering the Maryland School of Pharmacy, from which he was graduated in 1875.

    Three years later he opened the drug store at its present location. When his business had grown large enough to permit his employing a clerk he began his course in medicine at the College….[clipping ends here.]
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1933/01/04
    Notes: AYD.–On January 3, 1933, DR. JOHN, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Ayd (nee Kircher), died peacefully in the Lord at the home of his daughter, Hyde, Md.

    Funeral from his residence, 1937 East Monument street, on Saturday at 8 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Andrew’s Church at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

    Baltimore Sun, 1/4/1993.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1936
    Notes: St. James Parochial School, Balto. — Carpenter. — Md. School of Pharmacy, grad. ’75. CP&S ’86. Member: St. Vincent de Paul Soc., K of C, Catholic League Holy Name Soc. of St. Andrews. Conducted pharmacy and pract. med in Balto. Married Mary E. Kircher, — 5 sons. Died 1/3/33 (newspaper clipping)
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