Do You Know That:
Johns Hopkins, an American entrepreneur, abolitionist and philanthropist of 19th-century Baltimore, Maryland, was born on may 19th 1795, in a family of eleven.
John has a home Whitehall, which is a 500-acre (two km²) tobacco plantation in Anne Arundel County.
Johns first name was inherited from his grandfather Johns Hopkins who received his first name when his mother Margaret Johns married Gerard Hopkins.
Furthermore he owns Johns Hopkins Colored Children Orphan Asylum first as he requested, in 1875; the Johns Hopkins University in 1876, the Johns Hopkins Press,in 1878.
Not to mention, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 1889, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1893, and the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health in 1916.