Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

David Gregg McIntosh , Jr. (1877-1940)
MSA SC 3520-1606


Born July 1, 1877, in Towson, Maryland. Son of Col. David G. and Mrs. Virginia J. (Pegram) McIntosh. Attended schools in Towson, Maryland; Major Hall's School in Baltimore; Marston's School for Boys, class of 1895; The Johns Hopkins University, A.B., 1898; University of Maryland School of Law. Admitted to Maryland bar, 1900. Married Charlotte Lowe Rieman, February 15, 1905; three children. Died May 9, 1940, in Towson, Maryland. Buried May 11, 1940, at St. Thomas' Church, Garrison Forest, Maryland.

Lawyer, 1900-1940. Practiced law in Towson, Maryland, with his father, Col. David G. McIntosh (1836-1916). Formed the law firm of McIntosh and Thrift with James F. Thrift in 1906. Member, Maryland House of Delegates, Baltimore County, 1914-1918; Speaker of the House, 1917 Special Session. Member, Maryland State Senate, 1920-1933; President, 1924-1930. Democratic candidate for Governor, 1929-1930. Member, Maryland State Bar Assocation; Baltimore County Bar Association; Towson Lodge of Elks; Elkridge Hunt Club; Vestry of Trinity Church, Towson. President, Baltimore County Bar Assocation, 1928; Elkridge Hunt Club.

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