Gillette, Robert Goelet, George Griswold Haven, Oliver Harriman, R.
(Display Ad 9, New York Times, May 16, 1892, p.7.) Stock of the Edison General Electric Co.
Ex-President Benjamin Harrison and his wife were guests at their wedding reception. in 1915, which was absorbed in 1938 by the firm of his late uncle, W. Goadby & Co., which was one of William Payne Whitney's stockbrokerage firms.
A month later, he was indicted for perjury, convicted, and sentenced to six months . He joined the Stock Exchange in 1866, and was a director of twenty or more companies, including the Morton Trust Company, Guaranty Trust Company, the Bank of America, and the National Bank of Commerce.
Haven was elected a trustee of the Mutual Insurance Company in 1892. 25, 1896.) Haven was a director of the Bank of New Amsterdam, along with Samuel D.
13, 1904.) He was also a director of the Morton Trust at its merger with GT. 8, 1919.) He was also a director of the Chemical National Bank.
He became its President in 1885, after Frederick Seymour Winston died.
He died at age 58 after falling out of a second floor window at his home.
He was a vice president and trustee of the Atlantic Safe Deposit Company, a director of the Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Co., the Bowery Savings Bank, the City of New York Insurance Co., the Fidelity Bank, the Guaranty Trust Company, the International Bank, the International Banking Corporation, the Matteawan Manufacturing Co., the Metropolitan Trust Co., the Mutual Trust Co., the Occitania Sugar Co., the Realty Associates, the 50 Wall Street Corp., the State Investing Co., the Title Guarantee and Trust Co., and the United States Mortgage and Trust Co.; a trustee of the Mutual Life Association and president of the Henderson Estate Co.