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Anthony N. Brady

Anthony N. Brady
Born Anthony Nicholas Brady
(1841-08-22)August 22, 1841
Lille, Nord, France
Died July 22, 1913(1913-07-22) (aged 71)
London, England,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Resting place St. Agnes Cemetery,
Menands, New York,
United States
Residence Albany, New York, United States
Occupation Businessman
Net worth USD $50 million at the time of his death (approximately 1/781st of US GNP)[1]
Religion Roman Catholic
Spouse(s) Marcia Ann Myers
Children Nicholas Frederic (1878-1930)
James Cox (1882-1927)
Marcia Myers (1884-1976)
Flora (d. 1912)
Margaret Ruth (d. 1944)
Mabel (d. 1979)

Anthony Nicholas Brady (August 22, 1841–July 22, 1913) was an American businessman born in American Tobacco Company as of 1900, and successor companies (Consolidated Tobacco Company) in subsequent years.

Anthony Brady married Marcia Ann Myers from Vermont with whom he had six children. She was an Episcopalian and the children were raised in that faith.

Brady partnered with leading East Coast business tycoons such as Thomas Edison, William C. Whitney, P. A. B. Widener and Thomas F. Ryan in various business ventures including the Electric Vehicle Co., initially a motorized taxicab business that evolved into Maxwell Automobile Co..

Anthony N. Brady died in 1913 at the Carlton Hotel, London, while on a business trip. [4]

Anthony N. Brady was the great grandfather of Nicholas F. Brady, a former U.S. Senator from New Jersey, and United States Secretary of the Treasury under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush.

Legacy

The Anthony N. Brady Memorial Laboratory, School of Medicine, Yale University is named for him.

See also

References

  • Smokers History
  • Find a Grave

External links

  • Find a Grave
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