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N. Baxter Jackson

N. Baxter Jackson, American banker. Decorated Medal of Merit (United States) given with diploma by General Pershing (citations and battle stars included); Black Star, Legion of Honor. Served to major 114th Field Artillery, United States Army, 1917-1919.; Member S.A.R., Phi Delta Theta.

Background

  • Jackson, N. Baxter was born on December 3, 1890 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Robert Fenner and Mannie (Baxter) Jackson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Vanderbilt University, 1911.

    Career

    • Clerk First National Bank Nashville, 1911-1914. Cashier Cumberland Valley National Bank, Nashville, 1914-1917. Vice president American National Bank, Nashville, 1919-1920.

      With Chemical National Bank, New York City, Chemical Bank & Trust Company, 1920-1968, Chairman of the Board Chemical Corn Exchange Bank to 1956, chairman of the executive committee, 1956-1966, honorary chairman international advisory board Chemical Bank, 1966-1969, honorary Chairman of the Board, 1969-1973, honorary director, 1971-1973. Director Home Life Insurance Company, Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Company Board director Beekman-Downtown Hospital, trustee Vanderbilt University, Roosevelt Hospital.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Served to major 114th Field Artillery, United States Army, 1917-1919. Member S.A.R., Phi Delta Theta. Clubs: Mount Royal (Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

    Connections

    • Married second, Mistress.
    • father: Robert Fenner Jackson
    • mother: Mannie (Baxter) Jackson
    • spouse: Mistress
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    Born December 3, 1890
    Died March, 1973
    (aged 82)
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