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George Howland Cox

George Howland Cox, American banker. member State Armory Commission, since 1901. Trustee Cambridge Home for Aged People, Cambridge Hospital; Mason.

Background

  • Cox, George Howland was born on October 9, 1854 in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, United States. Son of James Valentine and Mercy Nye (Howland) Cox.

  • Education

    • Educated United States Military Academy (non-graduate).

    Career

    • Zenas and Mary (Tobey) Whittemore, of New Bedford, Massachusetts, September 25, 1877. 1 son, George Howland. Clerk in Mount Washington Glass Works, New Bedford, 1872-1874.

      In employ of Calumet & Hecla Mining Company, 1875-1902. Director and treasurer Cambridge Trust Company, 1902-1909, then president and Chairman of the Board. President Board of Park Commissioners, Cambridge, 1893.

      Secretary and treasurer Metropolitan Improvement League. Member State Armory Commission, since 1901. Trustee Cambridge Home for Aged People, Cambridge Hospital.

      President Cambridge Board of Trade.

    Membership

    Member State Armory Commission, since 1901. Trustee Cambridge Home for Aged People, Cambridge Hospital.

    Connections

    • Married Ella, d.
    • father: James Valentine Cox
    • mother: Mercy Nye (Howland) Cox
    • spouse: Ella
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    Died March, 1931
    (aged 76)
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