161. Emily NORWOOD was born on 12 August 1841 in New York, NY, NY.1318,1319 1320 She fortune inherited from husband on 15 May 1892 in New York, NY, NY.1321 She Gift to Hospital on 27 April 1894 in New York, NY, NY.1322 Emily lived East Thirty-seventh-st. in New York, NY, NY on 26 May 1899.1323 She died on 22 July 1922 at the age of 80 in Yonkers, Westchester, NY.1319 She was buried after 22 July 1922 at Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx, NY.1324 Emily was baptized in New York, NY, NY.1189 August 9, 1917 she was residing at 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY
Emily NORWOOD and John Bond TREVOR were married on 11 October 1870 in Brussels, Belgium.1325,1326,1327 They1325,1326,1327 appeared in the census in 1880 in Yonkers, Westchester, NY.1328 John Bond TREVOR, son of John B. TREVOR and unknown , was born on 22 March 1822 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.1329 He Donation to Rochester University on 27 December 1875 in New York, NY, NY.1330 He lived Restoration of estate in Yonkers, Westchester, NY about 1880.1331 John signed a will on 5 March 1890 in White Plains, Westchester, NY.1332 He died on 22 December 1890 at the age of 68 in New York, NY, NY.1333,1334,1335,1336 He was buried on 26 December 1890 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, NY in Bronx, NY.1336 New Hampshire Gazette, 15 Jan 1828, Vol LXXIII, Issue 9, page 1: The following persons are mentioned as Directors of the Bank of the United States on the part of the government, for the year ensuing: Nicholas Biddle, John B Trevor of Pennsylvania, Campbell P White, of New-York, E J Dupont, of Delaware, and Benjamin Hatcher of Virginia.
Mr & Mrs John B Trevor, with the AG Norwoods traveled to Europe on the Nevada and returned on the Pacific - arrival in Europe: 8 Nor 1870 in NY: Sept 1854
America's Successful Men of Affairs: An Encyclopedia of Contemporaneous Biography, Vol I, p. 666 (Ancestry.com):
JOHN BOND TREVOR, banker, b. 27 Mar 1822, in Philadelphia, PA, died 22 Dec 1890 in New York City. His father was John B Trevor, a life long resident of Philadelphia, a member of the legislature for several terms and a man of high character. The son attended private schools and gained a knowledge of business methods during five years as clerk in a wholesale dry goods house in Philadelphia. He came to New York in 1849, and 15 Jan 1850, obtained a seat in the Stock Exchange, where he soon gained prominence for his brilliant abilities. In 1852, James B Colgate and he associated themselves as Trevor & Colgate, stock brokers and bankers. Five years later, the house engaged in bullion dealings also and carried on business for nearly thirty years at No. 47 Wall Street, upon the site now occupied by the US Trust Co. Mr. Trevor was an adviser of many prominent capitalists, and, while adverse to acting in boards of directors, his influence was felt in the moulding of policies and the promotion of financial schemes. He was charitable in disposition and several institutions enjoyed his especial benevolence, the principal ones being the University and the Theological Seminary of Rochester. The Madison University also received gifts from him, and in conjunction with his partner, Mr. Colgate, he contributed the funds for building the Warburton Avenue Baptist Church in Yonkers, of which he was a member, one of the most handsome places of worship in the country. His benefactions amounted to several hundred thousand dollars. In early life, he was a member of the Sansom Street Baptist Church of Philadelphia. He was fond of Literature and of travel, modest, sagacious, a charming companion and a Christian gentleman. Mr. Trevor married twice, his first wife being a daughter of Lispenard Stewart. His second was Emily, daughter of A G Norwood of the firm of Norwood & Lockwood. His wife and their four children survived him, the latter being Henry G Trevor; Mary T, now Mrs. Grenville L Winthrop; Emily H and John B Trevor. The family home was "Glenview," Yonkers on the Hudson, which he built in 1878.
Emily NORWOOD and John Bond TREVOR had the following children:
|Mary Tallmadge TREVOR.|
|Emily Howell TREVOR was born on 5 July 1874 in Yonkers, Westchester, NY.1337 She Fortune inherited from father on 5 May 1892 in New York, NY, NY.1338 She died on 24 December 1943 at the age of 69 in 15 E Ninetieth Street, New York City, NY, NY.1339,1340 Emily was buried after 24 December 1943 at Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx, NY.1341|
|John Bond TREVOR.|