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Samuel Livington Mather

Samuel Livington Mather, industrialist.

Background

  • Mather, Samuel Livington was born on August 22, 1882 in Cleveland. Son of Samuel and Flora Amelia (Stone) Mather.

  • Education

    • Graduated from the University School, Cleveland, 1901. Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1905.

    Career

    • C. Hosmer, Junior), Elizabeth Harman (Mistress S. Sterling McMillan), Samuel Livingston (deceased). Married second, Alice Nightengale Keith, 1932 (died December 7, 1950). Began in iron ore department Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company, Ishpeming, Michigan, 1905, in head office Cleveland since 1908, assistant secretary, 1908-1914, secretary, 1914-1926, vice president, 1926-1947, retired.

      Limited partner Prescott & Company. Director Bessemer Limestone & Cement Company, Lakeside & Marblehead Railway Company, Lamson & Sessions Company, Pettibone Mulliken Corporation, Thompson Products, Inc., Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company President American Mining Congress, 1931-1932. Trustee Western Reserve U., Home for Aged Women, U. Hosps.

      (all Cleveland).

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Clubs: Union, Hermit, Kirtland Country, Mentor Harbor Yacht (Cleveland).

    Connections

    • Married Grace Fleming Harman, June 28, 1906 (died June 1931).; married second, Alice Nightengale Keith, 1932 (died December 7, 1950). Children: Samuel Harman (deceased), Grace Flora (Mistress Robt.
    • father: Samuel Mather
    • mother: Flora Amelia (Stone) Mather
    • spouses: Grace Fleming Harman
    • Alice Nightengale Keith
    • children: Samuel Harman Mather (deceased)
    • Grace Flora (Mistress Robt Mather
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    Born August 22, 1882
    Died September 10, 1960
    (aged 78)
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