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Jacob Wheeler BIRD, American Member, Social Survey Commission. Member of Montgomery Medical Society; Medical and Chirurgical Faculty Maryland; Master of Arts A.; Southern Medical Association: District of Columbia Medical Society; Medical Society of Northern Virginia; District of Columbia and Maryland Organized the Montgomery Company General Hospital in 1918 (Maryland). President of The Maryland Children's Aid Society since April, 1927.

Background

BIRD, Jacob Wheeler was born on October 3, 1885 in West River, Maryland, United States. Son of J. Irving and Elizabeth J. (Brayshaw) Bird.

Education

Public Schools, Anne Arundel Company, Maryland. St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland. University Maryland, Doctor of Medicine 1907.

Surgical Reserve at the University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland: married Mary Maclntire Wilson, September 7, 1910 (deceased). Surgical Reserve and Assistant Superintendent of the University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 1908-1909. Began practice of Medical and Surgery at Sandy Spring, Maryland, 1909.

Helped to organize the Montgomery Company Social League. President, since 1925. Appointed by Governor Albert C. Ritchie, as member of the Social Survey communications of the State Maryland, since 1930.

Director, First National Bank, of Sandy Spring. Maryland, since 1925. Member Board of governments of the Manor Club, 1925 —.

Member of Montgomery Medical Society. Medical and Chirurgical Faculty Maryland. Master of Arts A.; Southern Medical Association: District of Columbia Medical Society.

Medical Society of Northern Virginia. District of Columbia and Maryland Organized the Montgomery Company General Hospital in 1918 (Maryland). President of The Maryland Children's Aid Society since April, 1927.

Career

Public Schools, Anne Arundel Company, Maryland. St. John’s College, Annapolis, Maryland. U. Maryland, Doctor of Medicine 1907.

Surgical Reserve at the U. Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland: married Mary Maclntire Wilson, September 7, 1910 (deceased). Surgical Reserve and Assistant Superintendent of the U. Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, 1908-1909. Began practice of Medical and Surgery at Sandy Spring, Maryland, 1909.

Helped to organize the Montgomery Company Social League. President, since 1925. Appointed by Governor Albert C. Ritchie, as member of the Social Survey communications of the State Maryland, since 1930.

Director, First National Bank, of Sandy Spring. Maryland, since 1925.

Membership

Member of Montgomery Medical Society. Medical and Chirurgical Faculty Maryland. Master of Arts A.; Southern Medical Association: District of Columbia Medical Society.

Medical Society of Northern Virginia. District of Columbia and Maryland Organized the Montgomery Company General Hospital in 1918 (Maryland). President of The Maryland Children's Aid Society since April, 1927.

Clubs: University (Washington, District of Columbia), The Manor.