John Lewis Asbill

Birth: ?
Death: 1966, May 11
Occupation: pharmacist

Associated Counties

  • Baltimore City

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1966/05/11
    Notes: ASBILL

    The Baltimore Veterans Druggists Association announces with deep regret the death of its member JOHN L. ASBILL and extends sincere sympathy to his family.
    Robert Wooten, President
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1966/05/11
    Notes: ASBILL. On May 11, 1966, DR. JOHN LEWIS, of Towson, Md., survived by two brothers and several nieces and nephews.

    Services at John Burns and Sons Funeral Home, 610-612 York road, Towson on Thursday at 7 P.M. further services and Interment in South Carolina on Saturday. Friends may call from 10 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Thursday.

    ASBILL
    Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 166 AF and AM regrets the passing of brother JOHN L. ASBILL and extends sympathy to the family. Masonic memorial services will be conducted at the Burns Funeral Home on May 12, at 7:15 P.M.

    Robert W. Kamps, Worshipful Master

    Baltimore Sun 5/12/1966
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.

  • Dates: 1966/05/11
    Notes: Dr. John L. Asbill
    Dr. John L. Asbill, a long-time Towson pharmacist, died yesterday at Union Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was 76.

    Born in Newberry, S.C., he studied at the University of Maryland where he graduated from the School of Pharmacy in 1915. He served as a lieutenant in the Army during World War I.

    Dr. Asbill owned and operated Asbill Pharmacy, Inc., Washington and Chesapeake avenues in Towson, since 1932. The Veteran Druggist Association had presented him with a silver bowl for 50 years of pharmacy.

    He was a member of the Maryland and Baltimore Metropolitan Pharmaceutical Associations, the National Associationo f Retail Druggists, the Mount Moriah Lodge No. 116, A.F. & A.M., and the Towson Methodist Church.

    A life-long bachelor, he is survived by two brothers, William A. Asbill of Electra, Texas, and Henry G. Asbill, of Bishopville, S.C.

    Funeral services will be held at 7 P.M. at the John Burns Sons funeral establishment, 610 York Road.

    Baltimore Sun 5/12/1966, Baltimore Evening Sun 5/12/1966
    Source: Dielman – Hayward File. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Drawer 105.