John Stewart Barney

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John Stewart Barney, Jr. was a New York artist who was the son of John Stewart Barney (1867-1924), the New York City architect.[1]

Barney's first marriage was to a woman named Winchester, and they divorced n 1929.[2] In 1931 he married Helen G. Hackett Keech the second marriage for both of them.[1] They divorced in 1937.[3]

Among his extant designs is the Victor Emanuel estate, Dorwood, in Manhasset, New York.


  1. ^ a b "J. Stewart Barney Weds Mrs. Keech. Son of Late Architect Married at Home of Bride's Father by the Rev. F.M. Holloway. 2nd Marriage for Both. Bridegroom's Stepfather, Col. A.W. Little, His Best Man. Couple to Cruise on Yacht.". New York Times. August 6, 1931. Retrieved 2009-12-07. Mrs. Helen G. Hackett Keech, only daughter of Harold H. Hackett of this city and the present Mrs. Harold Boericke of Philadelphia, was married to J. Stewart ... 
  2. ^ "Mrs. J. S. Barney to Wed Tomorrow. Her Marriage to Lunsford P. Yandell Will Be a Surprise to Her Friends. Divorced Last February. Bride-to-Be Is a Daughter of the Late Mr. and Mrs. Lycurgus Winchester of Baltimore.". New York Times. June 13, 1930. Retrieved 2009-12-07. Friends of Mrs. Winchester Barney, the former wife of J. Stewart Barney Jr., will learn with surprise that she plans to be married to Lunsford P. Yandell tomorrow. ... 
  3. ^ "Divorces J. Stewart Barney". New York Times. June 8, 1937. Retrieved 2009-12-07. Mrs. Helen Hackett Barney obtained a divorce today from J. Stewart Barney of New York on the grounds of ... 

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