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(76),

New; John C (75), proprietor of the Indian- Schurz, tari (77), statesman; author and

apolls Journal, Indianapolis, lindi, June 4. Journalist, ex-Secretary of the Interior, Nicholson; Isage Lea, (1:2), P E: bishop of New York City, May 14.

Mlwbukee, Mliwaukee, wie higt, aga Seddon, Richard John (61), Prime Minister O'Day Daniei (82); Standard' oil official. of New Yealand; heart disease, June 10: Roydin, France, Sept. 13.

Seymour, Georget: (77), P. 9. bishop of Delrichs, Hermann (36), shipping merchant; Springfield, fil., pneuthonia, Dee: 8: died at sea Sept. 1:

Shafter, William Rufus (71); Majok-Generai, otta. A feneke 411. of the Austrian İmpe- U. $. A. (retired), near Bakersfield, Cal, ral family, Vienna, Nov. 1.

uneumoniaNov. 12. Owen, William F. (62), aetor, New York Shaler, Nathaniel S. (05)... geologist, City, May 4:

dean of the Lawrstice Scientific School, Page, Charles (77), Brigadier-General, U. S. Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.,

A. (retired), Baltimore, Md., Sept. 14. pneumonia, April 10. Palje. Jonn wuowle (OT), musical director Shayne, Christopher C. (62),, fur merchant

of Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass:, of New York, Atlanta, Ga., heart dis pneumonia, April 25.

ease, Feb. 911 Palmer, John Williamson (81), poet and ed- Shipman, Nathaniel (fey;. Ex-Jüdge of the

itor, author of "Stonewall Jackson's United States Court of Appeals, Hartford, Way, Baltimore, Md.; Feb. 19.

Ct., June 26. Parkhurst, John G. (82), Major-General, u. Speneer, Samuel (59), President of the

S. A, (retired), Coldwater, Mich., May 6. Southern Railway, killed in a tailroad #0Patterson, George R. (43), Representative in cident in Virginia, Nov. 29.

Congress from Penrisylvania, Washington, Stevens, Alfred (78), Belgian painter, Aug.

D. C.; March 31.
Pattison, John M. (39), Governor of Ohio, Stevens, Charles

E. (53), clergyman, of Milford, O., Bright's disease, June 18. Philadelphia, Lake George, N. Y., Aug. 28. Peacock, John, D. D., c!ergyman, secretary Stillman, Thomas E. (69), lawyer and finan.

V. S Hayfever Association, Torresdale, cier, France, automobile acciderit, Sept. 3. Pa., June 18.

Swift, Edwin C., Chicago backer, Boston, Peel, Sir Frederick (83), statesman, second Mass., pineumonia, April 3:

son of Sir Robert Peel, London, June 9. Thayer, John M. (86), ex-United States Sen Peirce, James M. (72), professor of 'math- ator from and Governor of Nebraska, Lin.

ematics at Harvard University, Cambridge, coln, Neb., March 19. Mass, pneumonia, March 21.

Thornton, Sir Edward (89), formet British Pelligrini, Carlos, ex-President of the

Minister at Washington, London, Jan. 20. gentine Republic, Buenos Ayres, July 17. Tidball, John Caldwell (81), Brigadier-GenPenfield, Samuel Lewis (50), professor of eral, U. S. A. (retired), Montclair, N. J., mineralogy

at Yale University, South May 15. Woodstock, Ct., diabetes, Aug. 12.

Toole, John Lawrence

actor, Pillsbury, Harry Nelson (34), chess player, Brighton, England, July 30. Philadelphia, Pa., June 17.

Torrance, David (65), Chief Justice of the Poor, George H. (61), inventor of the rail- Supreme Court of Connecticut, Derby, Ct., road airbrake, Sept. 28.

heart disease, Sept. 5. Quintana, Manuel (71), President of the Ar- Train, Charles J. (61), Rear-Admiral, U. 8,

gentine Republic, Buenos Ayres, March 11. N., Che-Foo, China, uremia, Aug. 4. Reed, Edward Jame (76), naval les ner Trepoff, Dmitre Feo ororvich (30);

and formerly chief instructor of the Brit- Russian General, Minister of Posice, Peish Navy, London, England, Nov. 30.

terhof, heart disease, Sept. 15. Rhoades, John Harsen (68), banker, New Uhl, Edward (63), publisher of the New York City, Dec. 8.

York Staats Zeitung, New York City, Rice, Edmund (6+), Brigadier-General, U. S. Aug. 1. A. (retired), Boston, Mass., July 20.

Ward, Henry A. (72), scientist, automobile Richter, Eugene (68), Radical Leader in the accident, Buffalo, N. Y., July 4. German Reichstag, Berlin, March 10.

Warner, Willard (80), ex-United States SenRichthofen, Baron von (59), German Sec- ator from Alabama, Chattanooga, Tenn.,

retary of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, Jan. 17. heart disease, Nov. 23. Riker, William B. (85), druggist, New York Weir, Harrison W. (82), painter, author and City, Feb. 22.

journalist, London, England, Jan. 4. Ristori, Adelaide (80), actress, Rome, Wesley, Edward B. (97), Wall street operaItaly, pneumonia, Oct. 9.

tor, Portchester, N. Y., Oct. 3. Roosevelt, Robert B. (77), lawyer and states

Wesson,

Daniel Baird (81), inventor and man, Lotus Lake, N. Y., June 11.

rifle manufacturer, Springfield, Mass., Rosewater, Edward (65), proprietor of the heart disease, Aug. 4.

Omaha Bee, Omaha, Neb., heart disease, Wheeler, Joseph (70), Major-General, Aug. 31.

U. S. A. (retired), former Lieutenant-Gen. Rousse, Edward (89), lawyer, member of eral, C. S. A., Brooklyn, N. Y., pneumo

French Academy, Paris, France, Aug. 1. nia, Jain. 25. Roustan, Theodore (72), former French Min- Whitney, Adeline Dutton Train (64), author, ister at Washington, Paris, Aug. 8.

Milton, Mass., March 21. Rucker, Louis Henry (61), Brigadier-Gener- Wiswell, Andrew Peter (51), Ohief Justice

al, U. S. A. (retired), Los Angeles, Cal., of the Supreme Court of Maine, Boston, July 9.

Mass., heart disease, Dec. 3. Russell, Israel C. (54), professor of geology Wood, Thomas J. (83), Major-General, U. S.

at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, A. (retire 1), Dayton, O., Feb. 6. Mich., pneumonia, May 1.

Yeamans, Jennie (10), actress, New York Rutland, Duke of (Lord John Manners) (88), Cilty, tuberculosis, Nov. 28. London, England, Aug. 1.

Yeomans, James D. (61), former member of Sage, Russell (89), financier, Lawrence the Interstate Commission, Washington,

Beach, N. Y., general debility, July 21. D, C., Oct. 31. Schofield, John M. (75), Lieutenant- Yerkes, Charles T. (69), millionaire, traction

General, U. S. A, (retired), St. Augustine, magnate, New York City, Bright's disease, Fla., cerebral hemorrhage, March 4.

Dec. 29, 1905.

The American Multi-Millionaires.

THE VANDERBILTS.
DESCENDANTS OF COMMODORE CORNELIUS VANDERBILT.
Born on Staten Island, N. Y., 1794; married, Ist, Sophia Johnson, 1813; 2d, Frances Crawford, 1869;

died 1877.
CHILDREN.
Grandchildren.

Great-Grandchildren. Great-Great-Grandchildren. 1. Phebe Jane Vanderbiit, b.1. Cornelius Vanderbilt Cross,

1815; m. James M. Cross, 1841; b. 1834; m, Emma Eldert; d.
d. 1853

1902.
2. Ethelinda Cross; m, Burrett

Wilson Horton.

3. Norman Cross. 2. Ethelinda Vanderbilt, b.1818;1. Vanderbilt Allen, b. 1840; 1. Marie Fatimeh Allen, b. 1870;

m. Daniel B. Allen, 1839; d. m. lst. Helena Mount, 1861; m. John C. Wilmerding, Jr.,
1888.

2d, Edith De Silvier, 1873; 3d, 1892.
Edith Mott, 1890; d. 1898.

2. Ethel Gladys De Silvier

Allen, b. 1875
2. William Barton Allen, b. 1. W. S. Vanderbilt Allen, b.

1844; m. Mary Sutton; d. 1861.
1890.

2. Ethelinda Allen, b. 1863; m. 1. Vanderbilt B. Ward, b.1893.

James H. Ward, 1892; d. 1899. 2. Mildred S. Ward, b. 1896. 3. Franklin Alien. 14. Harry Allen, d. 1899. 5. Annie Allen, b. 1869; m. 1. Allen Wallace, b. 1889.

1888, John Wallace; d.( killed)

1896.
3. William Henry Vanderbilt. Cornelius Vanderbilt, h. 1843; 1. William H. Vanderbilt, b.

b. 1821; m. Marin Louise m. Alice Gwynne, 1867; d. 1871; d. 1892,
Kissam, 1840, d. 1885,
1899.

2. Cornelius Vanlerbilt, b. 1873; 1. Cornelius Vanderbilt, b. 1898.

m. Grace Wilson, 1896. 2. Grace Vanderbilt, b. 1899.
3. Gertrude Vanderbilt, b. 1876; 1. Flora Payne Vanderbilt

m. Harry Payne Whitney, Whitney, b, 1897.
1996.

2. Vanderbilt Whitney, b. 1899. 4. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, 1. William Henry Vanderbilt,

b. 1877; m. Elsie French, Jan. b. Nov. 24, 1901.

11, 1901.
5. Reginald C. Vanderbilt, b. 1. Kathleen, b. 1904.

1880; m. Cathleen G. Neilson,

1903.

6. Gladys M.Vanderbilt, b.1885. 2. Margaret Louisa Vanderbilt; 1. Maria Louisa Shepard, b. 1. William Jay Schieffelin, Jr., m. Elliot F. Shepard, 1870. 1870; m. William Jay Schief- b. 1891.

felin, 1891.

2. Margaret Louisa Schieffelin,

b. 1893. 3. Mary Jay Schieffelin, II., b.

1896. 4. John Jay Schieffelin, b. 1897, 5. Louise Vanderbilt Schief

felin, b. 1901. 2. Edith Shepard, b. 1872; m. 1. Teresa Fabbri, b. 1897. Ernesto G. Fabbri, 1896. 2. Ernesto G. Fabbri, Jr., b.

1900. 3. Margaret Shepard, b. 1875;

d. 1892. 4. Alice Shepard, b. 1874; m. 1. Dave H. Morris, Jr., b. 1900.

Dave Hennon Morris, 1895. 2. Louise Morris, b. 1901. 5. Elliot F. Shepard, b. 1877;

m. Mrs. Esther Potter, 1897.
3. William K. Vanderbilt, b: 1. Consuelo Vanderbilt, b. 1877; 1. John, Marquis of Blandford,

1N19; m. Alva Murray Smith, m. Duke of Marlborough, b. 1897.
1874 (now Mrs. (). H. P. Bel- 1895.

2. Lord Ivor Charles Spencermont); 2d, 1903, Mrs. Ann

Churchill, b. 1898.
Harriman Sands.

2. William K. Vanderbilt, b. 1. Muriel Vanderbilt, b. 1900.

1878; m. Virginia Fair, 1899. 2. Consuelo Vanderbilt, b. 1903.

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THE VANDERBILTS--Continued.
CHILDREN.
Grandchildren.

Great-Grandchildren. Great-Great-Grandchildren,
3. William Henry Vanderbilt 6. Florence Adele Vanderbilt : 1. Ruth Twombley, b. 1878 ; d.
(Continued).

m.
H. McKay. Twombley, 2. Florence Twombley, b. 1880,

m. William M.A.Burden, 1904.
3. H. McKay Twombley, b.1883,

d. 1906.

4. Alice Twombley,b).1886,d.'96.
7. Eliza Osgood Vanderbilt ; m. 1. James Watson Webb, b.1884.
William Seward Webb, 1881.

2. William Seward Webb, b.1887.
3. Frederica Webb, m. Ralph 1. Ralph Pulitzer, Jr., b. 1906.

Pulitzer, 1905.

4. Vanderbilt Webb.
8. George Washington Vander- 1. Cornelia Stuyvesant Vander-

bilt, b. 1862; m. Edith Stuy- bilt, b. 1900,

vesant Dresser, 1898.
4. Emily Vanderbilt, b. 1823; 1. William K. Thorn, b. 1851.

m. William K. Thorn, 1849 : 2. Emily Thorn, b. 1853; m. 1. Louise Alice King, b. 1870 ;
d. 1896.

1st, Daniel King, 1869; 2d, m. Alexander Baring.

Jaires C. Parrish, 1873. 3. Thorn, b.

1858 ;

m.

Gustav Kissell, 1881.
5. Cornelius Jeremiah Vander-

bilt, b. 1825 ; d. 1882.
6. Elira Vanderbilt, b. 1828 ;

m. George A. Osgood, 1819 ;)
d. 1895,
7. Sophia Vanderbilt, b. 1830; 1. Alfred Torrance, b. 1850; m.
m. Daniel Torrance, 1849. Bertha Anthony, 1872; d.1885.

She married, 1880, Frederick

W. Vanderbilt.
2. Marie Torrance, b. 1852; m. 1. John Hadden, b. 1874.

John Hadden, Jr., 1873.
8. Maria Alicia Vanderbilt, b. 1. Bertha V. La Bau; m. George

1831 ; m. lst, Nicholas La M. Browne.
Bau, 1847.

2. Edith La Bau; m. Tiffany

Dyer.
3. Lillian La Bau; m. 1st, Eu-

gene Blois ; 2d, Jose Aymar,

1897.
9. Catherine Vanderbilt, b. 1. Clarence Johnson Barker, b.

1834; m. 1st, Smith Barker, 1853 ; d. 1896.
1850; 2d, Gustave Lafitte, 2. Catherine Barker, b. 1857.
1861; d. 1887,

3. Morris Lafitte, b. 1863.
10. Marie Louise Vanderbilt, 1. Louise Clark, b. 1853; m. 1st, 1. Edith Lyman Collins, b.
b. 1835; m. 1st, Horace Clark, Clarence L. Collins, 1874; 2d, 1876; m. Count Czaykowski
1851, 2d, Robert Niven, 1860; Capt. Barty Midford; 3d, (Rechid Bey),'1897.
d. 1891.

Count M. L.Suberville,d.1895.
2. Charlotte E. Niven; m. Count

de Sers. 11. Frances Vanderbilt, b.

1836; d. 1866.
12. George W. Vanderbilt, b.
1841; d. 1866.

THE COULDS

DESCENDANTS OF JAY GOULD.
Born May 27, 1836; married Helen Day Miller, 1863;

died 1892.
CHILDREN.

Grandchildren.

Great-Grandchildren. Great-Great-Grandchildren. 1. George Jay Gould, b. 1864; 1. Kingdon Gould, b. 1887. m. Edith Kingdon, 1886.

2. Jay Gould, b. 1888.
3. Marjorie Gwynne Gould, b.

1890.
4. Helen Vivian Gould, b. 1892.
5. George Jay Gould, Jr., b.

1896.
6. Edith K, Gould, b. 1901.

7. Gloria Anna, b. 1906. 2. Edwin Gould, b. 1866; m. 1. Edwin Gould, b. 1893. Sarah Shrady, 1892.

2. Frank Miller Gould, b. 1899. 3. Helen Miller Gould, b. 1868. 4. Howard Gould, b. 1871; m.

Katherine Clemmons, 1898.
5. Anna Gould, h. 1875; m. 1. Boniface de Castellane, b.

Count Paul Marie Boniface 1897.
de Castellane, 1895; div. 1906. 2. George de Castellane, h. 1898.

3. Jay de Castellane, b. 1902. 6. Frank Jay Gould, b. 1877; m. 1. Helen Margaret Gouid, b. Helen Margaret Kelly, 1901. 1902.

12. Dorothy Gould, b. 1904.

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