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George Brinton Caldwell

George Brinton Caldwell, American investment banker. Mason.

Background

  • Caldwell, George Brinton was born on August 24, 1863 in Dunkirk, New York, United States. Son of Charles Melville and Mary Ann (Kelner) Caldwell.

  • Education

    • Education high school and business college.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Mistress A. R. Gibbons. Married second, Marion Haley Andrews, July 14, 1923. City clerk, Greenville, Michigan, 1886.

      Bank bookkeeper, 1884-1890. State accountant of Michigan and secretary State Board of Equalization, 1891, 1892. Nat. bank examiner, Michigan and Indiana, 1893-1899.

      Assistant cashier Merchants National Bank, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1899-1902. Became identified, 1902, with investment bond business with American Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago. Vice president Continental and Commercial Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago, 1910-1915.

      Organized, 1911, Investment Bankers Association America and was its first president, serving two years, 1912, 13. President Sperry & Hutchinson Company, New York, 1915-1923. President Caldwell, Mosser & Willamen, investment bankers, 1923-1925, 1926-1930.

      Now president Geo. B. Caldwell & Сompany. Vice president United States Bond & Mortgage Corporation, New New York.

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Mason.

    Connections

    • Married Lucy Smith Patrick, October 14, 1886 (died May 1922).; married second, Marion Haley Andrews, July 14, 1923.
    • father: Charles Melville Caldwell
    • mother: Mary Ann (Kelner) Caldwell
    • spouses: Lucy Smith Patrick
    • Marion Haley Andrews
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    Born August 24, 1863
    Died March 27, 1933
    (aged 69)
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