FAMILIES OF THE CABAL - PART 2
Last names G - L. This thread is open ended and families will continue to be added. The families on this list are some of the most powerful and richest people of the modern era.
This thread is my personal research thread and I only add families that are connected to the deep network of the cabal. If I come across a new family in the future, they will be added to this thread as preservation. Here is PART 1.
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Edward Guinness (1847 - 1927) -Head of the Irish family known for its brewing company and its book, The Guinness Book of World Records. He founded the The Guinness Trust, which is now known as the Guinness Partnership, one of the largest providers of affordable housing and care in England.
Bryan Guinness (1905 - 1922) - In 1929, Guinness married Diana Mitford, one of the Mitford sisters. The couple became leaders of the London artistic and social scene and were dedicatees of Evelyn Waugh's second novel Vile Bodies. However, they divorced in 1933, after Diana deserted Guinness for British fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley.
Brigid Guinness (1920 - 1995) - Wife of Prince Frederick of Prussia, grandson of Wilhelm II, German Emperor.
Paul Guinness Channon (1935 - 2007) - Married Ingrid Guinness in 1963. Served as Secretary of State for Transport in the UK from 1986 - 1989. The Channon Family are very close with the Astor Family,
Daphne Guinness (1967 - Present) - She walked in two of Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief shows to raise funds for disaster victims. Naomi Campbell flew on Epstein’s flight flog. She attended Marina Abromovich’s ‘The Artist is Present’ in 2011.
Edward Guinness (1969 - Present) - He was married to Clare Hazell, who flew on Epstein’s Lolita Express 32 times between 1998 and 2000, including trips to his luxury homes in New York, Florida and the Caribbean. They were married for 20 years before splitting in 2021.
Rachel Chandler Guinness (? - Present) - There is no information about Rachel Chandler’s immediate family but there is a rumor she is part of the Los Angeles Times Chandlers. She married Tom Guinness in 2012 making her a part of the family. She is an alleged human trafficker/handler and associate of Jeffrey Epstein. She posted photos on Instagram of the dungeons under the Epstein Island temple. To earn extra money, Chandler also DJed at the Standard Hotel, Avenue, and Beatrice Inn. The same Standard Hotel that Congressman Adam Schiff has been known to do nefarious acts there. In an old interview with Vice's i-D Magazine, Chandler claimed that she helped curate the lineup for Balenciaga Creative Director Demna Gvsalia's fall/winter 2016 Balenciaga show.
‘The casting director was a friend of a friend and he needed help," she said at the time. "I suggested a few people for them and they ended up taking all of my suggestions! So I thought, ‘Ok, I must be good at this.’
Oliver Harriman (1829 - 1904) - He co-founded Low, Harriman & Co., "one of the best known and wealthiest" dry goods firms in New York City. He served on the Boards of Directors of Bank of America, the Guaranty Trust Company of New York (which later merged with J.P. Morgan & Co.), and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (later known as Mutual of New York). One of his daughters, Emeline Harriman, had a daughter who married Lewis Chanler, who is part of the Astor family.
Anne Harriman Vanderbilt (1861 - 1940) - In 1903, along with Anne Morgan and Elisabeth Marbury, Anne helped organize the Colony Club, the first women's social club in New York. On April 29, 1903, she married her third husband, William Kissam Vanderbilt (1849–1920), in London. Vanderbilt, who had previously been married to Alva Smith and divorced in 1895, was the son of William Henry Vanderbilt and Maria Louisa Kissam.
W. Averell Harriman (1891 - 1986) - The son of railroad baron E. H. Harriman, he served as Secretary of Commerce under President Harry S. Truman, and later as the 48th governor of New York. He was a core member of the group of foreign policy elders known as "The Wise Men". While attending Groton School and Yale University, he made contacts that led to creation of a banking firm that eventually merged into Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. Notable employees included George Herbert Walker and his son-in-law Prescott Bush. Harriman's banking business was the main Wall Street connection for German companies and the varied U.S. financial interests of Fritz Thyssen, who was a financial backer of the Nazi Party until 1938. He was also the Co-founder of Today magazine with Vincent Astor in 1935 (merged with Newsweek in 1937). Harriman was appointed senior member of the US Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly's Special Session on Disarmament in 1978. He was also a member of the American Academy of Diplomacy Charter, Club of Rome, Council on Foreign Relations, Knights of Pythias, Skull and Bones society, Psi Upsilon fraternity, and the Jupiter Island club. In 1929, Harriman married Marie Norton Whitney (1903–1970), who had left her husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, to marry him. In 1971, he married for the final time to Pamela Beryl Digby Churchill Hayward (1920–1997), the former wife of Winston Churchill's son Randolph.
E. Roland Harriman (1895 - 1978) - He attended Yale University from 1913 - 1917 and was a member of the of Skull and Bones with his classmate and friend Prescott Bush. In 1931, the Harriman’s Compnay merged with Brown Bros. & Co., with Roland as vice president. Headquartered on Wall Street, Brown Brothers Harriman started with nine partners and about 200 employees, performing specialized banking services for customers, mainly medium-sized corporations. Harriman was one of the seven directors of the Union Banking Corporation (along with Prescott Sheldon Bush, father of future U.S. president George H. W. Bush), which financed Fritz Thyssen a donor to the Nazi Party and whose assets were seized by the United States government during World War II under the Trading with the Enemy Act and Executive Order No. 9095. After World War II, Harriman joined the American Red Cross as a member of the board of governors in 1947 and helped reorganize it. He was also president and chairman of the Boys' Club of New York.
Pamela Harriman (1920 - 1997) - She was known to have relationships and marriages with very prominent people who were also part of the cabal. She was married to Randolph Churchill, Leland Hayward and W. Averell Harriman. Max Hastings said, acerbically, "she was ... described as having become 'a world expert on rich men's bedroom ceilings'." She was in a relationship with Élie de Rothschild, who was married and John Hay Whitney. She served on The Rockefeller University Council from 1977 to 1979, and on the Board of Trustees from 1979 to 1993. U.S. President Bill Clinton appointed her United States Ambassador to France in 1993. The Dayton Agreement was signed in Paris in 1995 while she served as ambassador.
William Randolf Hearst (1863 - 1951) - The Founder of Hearst Communications, which owns 50% of A&E, 20% of ESPN and 20% of VICE News. By the 1930’s Hearst had expanded his media empire to include twenty-six daily newspapers in eighteen cities. Almost one in four US families read a Hearst paper every day.
Patty Hearst (1954 - Present) - In February 1974 the SLA became internationally known for kidnapping the heiress. About two months later Hearst released taped messages announcing that she had joined the SLA. Then in April 1974 she was caught robbing a bank and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. President Bill Clinton gave her a full pardon on his last day in office.
Lydia Hearst (1984 - Present) - Hearst served alongside Anne Vyalitsyna and Naomi Campbell, who flew on Epstein’s Lolita Express and is close friends with Marina Abromovich, as a supermodel coach for the second edition of Oxygen's The Face modeling reality competition.
Conrad Hilton (1887 - 1979) - Founder of the Hilton Hotels chain and left the bulk of his estate to the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. After completing Officer Training School, he became a second lieutenant and served in Paris in the Quartermaster Corps. Hilton Hotel Headquarters are located in McLean, Virginia, which is also the headquarters for the CIA.
Nicky Hilton Rothschild (1983 - Present) - In 2011, Hilton began dating financier James Rothschild, a member of the Rothschild family and only son of Amschel Rothschild, after being introduced at James Stunt and Petra Ecclestone's wedding.
Paris Hilton (1981 - Present) - Her fame made her a leading figure in the early 2000s popularization of reality television into mainstream pop culture. The Kardashians followed in her footsteps by creating a reality TV show followed up by a porn video to become a mainstream name. She has successfully brainwashed and sexualized a whole generation of children.
Robert Wood Johnson II (1893 - 1968) - He was one of the sons of Robert Wood Johnson I, the co-founder of Johnson & Johnson. Johnson also held a reserve commission in the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps during the 1930s. He left the bulk of his $400,000,000 estate to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. His children already had been provided for, in a series of trusts.
John Seward Johnson III (1966 - Present) - He is the co-founder of Buzzfeed and founder and chairman of Harmony Labs, and founder of Eyebeam, Screenwriters Colony and the Filmmakers Collaborative. He is also a member of the Henry Crown Fellowship at the Aspen Institute.
Fred C. Koch (1900 - 1967) - Between 1929-1932 Winkler-Koch trained Bolshevik engineers to help Stalin’s regime set up 15 modern oil refineries. In 1934, he help build the Hamburg Oil Refinery, the third-largest oil refinery serving the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler.
Charles Koch (1935 - Present) - He has been co-owner, chairman, and chief executive officer of Koch Industries since 1967. He and his brother each own 42% of the 2nd largest private company in the world. In June 2019, the Charles Koch Foundation announced the foundation of anti-war think tank Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, cosponsored by George Soros' Open Society Foundations. Listed in Panama Papers.
David Koch (1940 - 2019) - He was in Jeffrey Epstein’s Black Book. In 1996, he sold his 15-room New York City Apartment to billionaire Glenn Dubin, who was also in Epstein’s Black Book and flew on Epstein’s Private Jet 15 times. Listed in Panama Papers.
Alfred Krupp (1812 - 1887) - He was a German steel manufacturer and inventor; the largest arms supplier of his era, which earned him the nickname "The Cannon King". Krupp proclaimed he wished to have "a man come and start a counter-revolution" against Jews, socialists and liberals. In some of his odder moods, he considered taking the role himself. According to historian William Manchester, his great grandson, Krupp would interpret these outbursts as a prophecy fulfilled by the coming of Hitler.
Friedrich Alfred Krupp (1854 - 1902) - He was a German steel manufacturer and head of the company Krupp. He was the son of Alfred Krupp and inherited the family business when his father died in 1887. He was a philanthropist, a rarity amongst Ruhr industrial leaders. Part of his philanthropy supported the study of eugenics. He was particularly interested in promoting the application of genetics to social science and public policy.
Gustav Krupp (1870 - 1950) - was a German foreign service official who became chairman of the board of Friedrich Krupp AG, a heavy industry conglomerate. ollowing World War II, plans to prosecute him as a war criminal at the 1945 Nuremberg Trials were dropped because by then he was bedridden, senile, and considered medically unfit for trial. On February 20, 1933, he contributed one million Reichsmark to the Nazi party's fund for the March 1933 election, which enabled Hitler to take control of the government. After Hitler won power, Krupp became, as Fritz Thyssen later put it, "a super Nazi", and contributed to the Adolf Hitler Fund of German Trade and Industry which was established in June 1933 to support the NSDAP. As president of the Reichsverband of German industry he led the effort to expel its Jewish members.
Alfried Krupp (1907 - 1967) - He was convicted after World War II of crimes against humanity for the genocidal manner in which he operated his factories (with the use of slave labor) and sentenced to twelve years in prison subsequently commuted to three years with time served in 1951. Krupp worked closely with the SS, which controlled the concentration camps from which forced labor was obtained. According to one of his own employees, even when it was clear that the war was lost: "Krupp considered it a duty to make 520 Jewish girls, some of them little more than children, work under the most brutal conditions in the heart of the concern, in Essen." On January 31, 1951, John J. McCloy, High Commissioner of the American zone of occupation, issued an amnesty to the Krupp defendants. After his death in 1967, control of the Krupp company passed to the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation, a philanthropic organisation. Kuhn Family
Abraham Kuhn (1819 - 1892) - He was an American merchant and banker of German-Jewish origins, a founding partner of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. of New York City. Kuhn migrated to New York about 1840, with his brothers Solomon and Max. In 1849, he married Regina Loeb, a sister of his future partner, Solomon Loeb. n Frankfurt Kuhn met Jacob Schiff (1847–1920) at the house of a fellow banker, Jacques Dreyfus, and sent Schiff to work for Kuhn, Loeb in New York.
Edna Kuhn (1866 - 1951) - She married Morris Loeb (1863 - 1912) and was the daughter of Samuel and Regina Wise Kuhn. Samuel Kuhn was a brother of Abraham Kuhn.
Lauder Greenway Family
George Lauder Sr. (1815 - 1901) - He was Andrew Carnegie’s uncle and a Scottish political leader. He deeply influenced Carnegie as a boy by introducing him to Robert Burns' writings and historical Scottish heroes such as Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, and Rob Roy.
Andrew Carnegie (1835 - 1919) - Carnegie believed that the United States and the British Empire would merge into one nation, telling him "We are heading straight to the Re-United States". Carnegie believed that the combined country's power would maintain world peace and disarmament. He created the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 1910 to try and fulfill his goals towards a globalist society. When Theodore Roosevelt became president in 1901, Carnegie and Roosevelt were in frequent contact. They exchanged letters, communicated through mutual friends such as Secretary of State John Hay, and met in person.
George Lauder (1837 - 1924) - Lauder was the "cousin-brother", and business partner of, steel magnate Andrew Carnegie in the Carnegie Steel Company. The sale of Carnegie Steel to J.P. Morgan in 1901 created U.S. Steel where Lauder sat on the board of directors. This became the first corporation in the world with a market capitalization exceeding $1 billion ($45.6 billion today). Lauder and Charles M. Schwab would spend significant time at the Krupp factory in Germany in 1886 before returning to build the massive armor plate mill at the Homestead Steel Works that would revolutionize warfare forever.
John Campbell Greenway (1872 - 1926) - General, U.S. Army, a Rough Rider with Theodore Roosevelt, intelligence officer with the Office of Naval Intelligence, Mining Magnate. He was a member of the Book and Snake secret society at Yale and President of his class. Immediately following graduation, he joined the Carnegie Steel Company where he worked briefly before being commissioned in the 1st Volunteer Cavalry of the U.S. Volunteers at the outset of the Spanish–American War. His wife Isabella Greenway was a speaker at the 1932 Democratic National Convention, and a bridesmaid at the wedding of Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
G. Lauder Greenway (1904 - 1981) - He was a prolific patron of the arts in the 20th century and the longtime chairman of the Metropolitan Opera Association. He was also the director of the New York Philharmonic which led to his deep involvement in the creation of Lincoln Center on whose board he also served. Outside of musical arts, he served as vice-chairman of the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University from 1946 to 1948. He was in a long time relationship with Ailsa Mellon Bruce, the daughter of banker Andrew W. Mellon.
George V. Lauder (1924 - 2012) - Chief of Latin American Division for the CIA, Director of Public Affairs for the CIA, Deputy Inspector General of the CIA. At the direction of E. Henry Knoche, Lauder, while with the Latin American Division, lead a team in a comprehensive investigation into Cuban complicity into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The report found no clear links between the Cuban government and the killing. Over the course of his tenure, Lauder was the agencies public face to the United States amidst the end of the Cold War, the Nicaraguan Contras affair, Iran Contra, the 1985 Beirut car bombings, and other seminal events in the history of the CIA.
H. D. S. Greenway (1935 - Present) - He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an American journalist who has worked as a foreign affairs correspondent for Time Life, The Washington Post, and The Boston Globe. Greenway has covered conflicts in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Iraq, Pakistan, Burma, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Bosnia, and Croatia. Greenway started his career at Time in 1962. Greenway was interviewing W. Averell Harriman at the State Department on November 22, 1963 when reports were received that President President Kennedy had been shot. In 1970, Greenway was promoted to chief of war reporting at Time by Henry Luce.
Emanuel Lehman (1827 - 1907) - He was a German-born American banker born to a German Jewish family in the small Franconian town of Rimpar near Würzburg. He was the son of Eva (Rosenheim) and a cattle merchant, Abraham Löw Lehmann. When the newly formed Mutual Alliance Trust Company opened for business in New York on the Tuesday after June 29, 1902, there were 13 directors, including Lehman, William Rockefeller, and Cornelius Vanderbilt. In 1897, he donated $100,000 (equivalent to $3.3 million in 2021) to the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of New York, under the condition "to enlarge and perpetuate its usefulness."
Mayer Lehman (1830 - 1897) - In 1850, Mayer emigrated to the United States, joining his brothers, Henry Lehman and Emanuel Lehman in Montgomery, Alabama. His brother Henry had left Germany in 1844 and opened a dry goods store named "H. Lehman". His brother Emanuel left Germany in 1847 and joined Henry in his business endeavor, which they renamed "H. Lehman and Bro." With the arrival of Mayer in 1850, it became Lehman Brothers. The brothers became involved in cotton trading, which eventually became their main business. They supported the Southern cause during the American Civil War and owned many slaves.
Henry Morgenthau Sr. (1856 - 1946) - He was born the ninth of 11 living children, in Mannheim, Baden (present-day Baden-Württemberg, Germany), in 1856 into an Ashkenazi Jewish family. He married Elinor Lehman Morgenthau, which merged the Lehman and Morgenthau families. He was a American lawyer and businessman, best known for his role as the ambassador to the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Morgenthau's career enabled him to contribute handsomely to President Woodrow Wilson's election campaign in 1912. He had first met Wilson in 1911 at a dinner celebrating the fourth anniversary of the founding of the Free Synagogue society. n 1919, he headed the United States government fact-finding mission to Poland, which produced the Morgenthau Report. In 1933, he was the American representative at the Geneva Conference.
Herbert H. Lehman (1878 - 1963) - He was an American Democratic Party politician from New York. He served from 1933 until 1942 as the 45th governor of New York and represented New York State in the U.S. Senate from 1949 until 1957.He was the son of Mayer Lehman and his brother was New York Court of Appeals judge Irving Lehman. His brother Irving married Sissie Straus (1879 - 1950), whose brother is Nathan Straus, owner of Macy’s Department Store. After his retirement from the Senate, Lehman remained politically active, working with Eleanor Roosevelt and Thomas K. Finletter in the late 1950s and early 1960s to support the reform Democratic movement in Manhattan that eventually defeated longtime Tammany Hall boss Carmine DeSapio.
Henry Morgenthau (1891 - 1967) - He was the United States Secretary of the Treasury during most of the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He played a major role in designing and financing the New Deal. After 1937, while still in charge of the Treasury, he played the central role in financing United States participation in World War II. He also played an increasingly major role in shaping foreign policy, especially with respect to Lend-Lease, support for China, helping Jewish refugees, and proposing (in the "Morgenthau Plan") measures to de-industrialize Germany.
Frances Lehman (1906 - 1996) - Married John Langeloth Loeb Sr. and they had a daughter named Ann Loeb (1932 - 2011) who married Edgar Bronfan Sr. (1929 - 2013). The descendants of Ann and Edgar have are part of the Lehman, Loeb and Bronfman bloodlines.
Robert Morgenthau (1919 - 2019) - From 1975 until his retirement in 2009, he was the District Attorney for New York County (the borough of Manhattan), having previously served as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York throughout much of the 1960s. From the his earliest days, the Morgenthau family was well-connected politically. The family home was near Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Springwood Estate at Hyde Park, New York, and he grew up acquainted with the future President.
Charles Goodhart (1936 - Present) - He is a British economist and he served as a Senior Advisor at the Bank of England, a Central Bank. He also served on the Hong Kong Exchange Fund Advisory Council (an advisory board for the Hong Kong Monetary Authority) for more than a decade (1983–1997). Charles Goodhart's work focuses on central bank governance practices and monetary frameworks and academic research into foreign exchange markets. He is best known as the founder of Goodhart's Law, which states: "When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure."
Adolph Lewisohn (1849 - 1938) - He was a German Jewish immigrant born in Hamburg who became a New York City investment banker, mining magnate, and philanthropist. After meeting Thomas Edison in the 1870s, Adolph pushed the family firm to become involved with copper. Previously undervalued, copper's conductivity made it vital for a world that increasingly depended on electricity. In the 1880s, the brothers were among the first to invest in the copper mines of Butte, Montana.
Adele Lewisohn Lehman (1882 - 1965) - She was the President of the East Side Free School for Crippled Children, the Director of the Adoption Bureau, and member of the Child Welfare League of America. Her father, Adolph Lewisohn, and his brothers (Julius and Leonard) were known as "copper kings" after making their fortune opening copper mines to fuel demand for copper wire with the advent of electricity; her father was also a leader in prison reform. Her husband was Arthur Lehman, who founded the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies and whose father founded the Lehman Brothers company.
Alice Lewisohn (1883 - 1972) - She was the founder of the Neighborhood Playhouse. She married Herbert Crowley, who authored of The Wigglemuch, a symbolic comic strip published by the New York Herald. Crowley was one of the first set designers for the Neighborhood Playhouse, designing sets for The Kairn of Koridwen in 1917. Herbert was born two years before Aleister Crowley and they both are from the UK so they could be related. Herbert and Alice became part of the Carl Jung inner circle in Zürich. The notion of a hermaphroditic God, drawn from Kabbalah, was suggested to Jung by Alice Lewisohn, and commented on by Jung in a dream analysis seminar.
Sam A. Lewisohn (1884 - 1951) - He was an American lawyer, financier, philanthropist, art collector, non-fiction author and is known as first president of the American Management Association. In 1918, Lewisohn married Margaret Valentine Seligman (1895–1954), a daughter of Joseph Seligman and a "nationally known leader in education." Lewisohn became a member of the New York Stock Exchange, Director of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, and member of the New York State Commission of Correction.
Solomon Loeb (1828 - 1903) - He moved to New York City in 1865 and with his partner, Abraham Kuhn, started the banking house of Kuhn, Loeb and Co. He married Fanny Kuhn, the sister of Abraham Kuhn, his partner at the bank. Under the leadership of Jacob H. Schiff, Loeb's son-in-law, it grew to be one of the most influential investment banks in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, financing America's expanding railways and growth companies, including Western Union and Westinghouse.
Theresa Loeb (1854 - 1933) - The daughter of Solomon Loeb who married the infamous banker Jacob Schiff, who worked for her father at of Kuhn, Loeb and Co. Her daughter, Frieda Schiff, married Felix M. Warburg, whose family also worked at the same bank.
James Loeb (1867 - 1933) - He was the second born son of Solomon Loeb and Betty Loeb and he joined his father at Kuhn, Loeb & Co. in 1888 and was made partner in 1894. He donated a large amount of funds to what is now called the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, which helped his former psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin to establish and maintain the Institute in its early days. Kraepelin held racist views about Jews, and his student who took over the Institute, Ernst Rudin, was a leading advocate of racial hygiene and forced sterilization or killing of psychiatric inpatients for which he was personally honored by Adolf Hitler.
Nina Loeb (1870 - 1945) - She married Paul Warburg (1868–1932), who attended the infamous Jekyll meeting to setup the Federal Reserve in the United States. Her son was James Warburg (1896–1969), who was US Presient Franklin D. Roosevelt’s personal financial advisor.
Harold Loeb (1891 - 1974) - He was an American writer, notable as an important American figure in the arts among expatriates in Paris in the 1920s. In 1921 he was the founding editor of Broom, an international literary and art magazine. He was born into a wealthy ethnic German Jewish family in New York City. His mother Rose was a member of the Guggenheim family, one of his cousins was Peggy Guggenheim, and his father Albert was a successful investment banker with Kuhn, Loeb & Company.
John Langeloth Loeb Sr. (1902 - 1996) - He was an American investor and executive who served as president of Loeb, Rhoades & Company. In 1926, Loeb married Frances Lehman, the daughter of Adele Lewisohn Lehman and Arthur Lehman of Lehman Brothers and grand-daughter of Adolph Lewisohn. His daughter, Ann Loeb, married Edgar Bronfman Sr. who is part of the Canadian Jewish Bronfman family. During World War II - from 1942 to 1944 - he worked for the United States Treasury and the Office of War Mobilization. In 1964, he organized the National Independent Committee for President Lyndon B. Johnson and Senator Hubert H. Humphrey. In 1981, Shearson Loeb Rhoades & Company was acquired by the American Express Company, becoming Shearson Lehman/American Express. In 1984, he was named an honorary chairman of Shearson Lehman/American Express. He also served as governor of the New York Stock Exchange and as a member of the advisory committee of the Bank of New York.
Continued in Part 3. Please feel free to add family names in the comments that you would like to see on this thread.