Moses Taylor (January 11, 1806 – May 23, 1882) was a 19th-century New York merchant and banker and one of the wealthiest men of that century. At his death, his estate was reported to be worth $70 million, or about $1.7 billion in today's dollars. He controlled the National City Bank of New York (later to become Citibank), the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western railroad, the Moses Taylor & Co. import business, and he held numerous other investments in railroads and industry.
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... portion of their fortunes to an inheritance from Moses Taylor ... The Winthrop family descendants of John Winthrop inherited the wealth of Moses's daughter Katherine Wilson Taylor (1839–1925) who married Robert Winthrop (1833–1892) ... The Pyne family of New York and New Jersey inherited the wealth of Moses's daughter Albertina Shelton Taylor (1833–1900) who married Percy Rivington Pyne (182 ...
... New York City, the son of Percy Rivington Pyne I (1820-1895) and Albertina Shelton Taylor ... His maternal grandfather was Moses Taylor, founder of the First National City Bank of New York and a stockholder in the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad ... His older brother, Moses Taylor Pyne, inherited much of the family fortune and was a major benefactor of Princeton University ...
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