Joseph Ayd

Birth: 1859, Oct. 10
Death: 1937, Nov. 23
Occupation: druggist

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Directories

Date Name Occupation Address City
1917 Joseph Ayd druggist – retail 2737 W. North Avenue Baltimore City
1891 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1892 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1893 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1894 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1895 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1896 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1897 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1899 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1900 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1901 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1902 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1903 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1904 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1905 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1906 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1907 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1908 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1909 Joseph Ayd druggist 1200 Monument St. E. Baltimore City
1887 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Madison St. E. Baltimore City
1888 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Madison St. E. Baltimore City
1889 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City
1890 Joseph Ayd druggist 801 Ensor Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1937
    Notes: Funeral services for Dr. Joseph Aud, druggist, who died at 6 A.M. yesterday, will be held at 9:30 A.M. Friday in St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church, Walbrook. The Rev. Dr. Joseph J. Aud, S.J., professor of sociology at Loyola College and nephew of the druggist, will offer the requiem mass. Burial will be in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

    Dr Ayd was born October 10, 1859. He was graduated from St. James’ Catholic School and from the Maryland College of Pharmacy on March 22, 1880.

    He opened his first drug store at Madison and Ensor streets, East Baltimore.

    Last year he was made honorary president of the Maryland Pharmaceutical Association. He was the brother of the well-known East Baltimore physician, Dr. John Ayd, who died in January, 1933.

    Surviving are two sons, Dr. Joseph Ayd and Edward Ayd, and two grandchildren.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1937
    Notes: AYD. — Suddenly, on November 23, 1937, DOCTOR JOSEPH, of 2737 West North avenue, beloved husband of the late Anna N. Ayd (nee Willax).

    Funeral from the residence of his son, Mr. Edward M. Ayd, 2825 Windsor avenue, on Friday at 9 A.M. Requiem High Mass as St. Cecilia’s Church 9:30 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.