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Daniel Eleazer Pomeroy

Daniel Eleazer Pomeroy, American banker. Member Pennsylvania Society.

Background

  • Pomeroy, Daniel Eleazer was born on May 13, 1868 in Troy, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Newton Merrick and Annice Amelia (Davison) Pomeroy.

  • Education

    • Educated Greylock Institute, Rochester Business College.

    Career

    • With Liberty National Bank, New York City, 1898. Assistant treasurer Bankers Trust Company, 1903-1904, treasurer, 1904-1908. Elected vice president, 1908, director, 1910, resigned as vice president, 1922, but retains directorship.

      Also director American Brake Shoe Company, Bucyrus-Erie Company Major, American Broadcasting Company, World War I. Republican State Committeeman from Bergen County, New Jersey, 1918-1934, 1936-1937. Member Republican National Committee from New Jersey, 1928-1942 (vice chairman 1928-1932, 1937-1940). Eastern treasurer National Committee, Coolidge Campaign, 1924.

      Eastern manager Hoover Campaign, 1928. Trustee American Museum Natural History.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member Pennsylvania Society. Clubs: National.

    Connections

    • Married Frances Morse, June 18, 1895 (deceased). Married second, Trevania Dallas Blair-Smith, February 4, 1937.
    • father: Newton Merrick Pomeroy
    • mother: Annice Amelia (Davison) Pomeroy
    • spouses: Frances Morse
    • Trevania Dallas Blair-Smith
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    Born March 13, 1868
    Died March 25, 1965
    (aged 97)
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