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James Seymour Westbrook, American investments. Served as Lieutenant, United States Navy, during World War I. Secretary National Small Business Men’s Association from 1938.

Background

Westbrook, James Seymour was born on December 15, 1889 in Ogdensburg, New York, United States. Son of James George and Jenny (Foote) Westbrook.

Education

Educated public school. Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1910. Post-graduate Kent School Law, Columbia University.

Career

1 son, James Seymour. 1 stepson, Daniel Davenport. Began with Western Union Telegraph Company, 1910.

An organizer, Morris Plan Bank, 1915. With National City Bank, New York, New York, 1919-1921. Assistant secretary Foreign Trade Banking Corporation, 1921-1924.

Partner, McEldowney & Company, investment banking, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1924-1931. Principal in firm James S. Westbrook, Bridgeport, Connecticut, from 1931.

Membership

Served as Lieutenant, United States Navy, during World War I. Secretary National Small Business Men’s Association from 1938.

Connections

Married Beatrice Davenport, June 17, 1918.

father:
James George Westbrook

mother:
Jenny (Foote) Westbrook

spouse:
Beatrice Davenport