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Hunter Sylvester Marston

Hunter Sylvester Marston, American former banker. Served as major Intelligence Corps.

Background

  • Marston, Hunter Sylvester was born on May 5, 1885 in St. Louis. Son of Edgar Lewis and Jennie Colorado (Hunter) Marston.

  • Education

    • Student Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 1900-1904. Bachelor of Philosophy, Brown U., 1908, honorary Doctor of Laws.

    Career

    • Began with Blair & Company, 1908, special partner, 1917-1920. Syndicate manager in consolidated W. L. Solomon & Company, 1920, vice president, 1920-1930. Vice president Bancamerica-Blair Corporation, 1929-1930, president, 1930-1932.

      Director American Home Products Corporation Trustee Westerly Hospital.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Served as major Intelligence Corps. Clubs: Union, Brown University, Down Town Association, Brook, Racquet and Tennis, Creek, River, Riping Rock (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Mary A. Vanderhoef, April. Children: Mary Hunter, Edgar L. II, Elisabeth Jennie, George V.W., Hunter Sylvester.
    • father: Edgar Lewis Marston
    • mother: Jennie Colorado (Hunter) Marston
    • spouse: Mary A. Vanderhoef
    • children: Mary Hunter Marston
    • Edgar L. II Marston
    • Elisabeth Jennie Marston
    • George V.W. Marston
    • Hunter Sylvester Marston
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    Born March 5, 1885
    Died October 16, 1979
    (aged 94)
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