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Jacob Tome (August 13, 1810 – March 16, 1898) was an American banker, philanthropist, and politician who died as one of the richest men in the United States.
He was Cecil County's first millionaire and its greatest philanthropist, who gave money to colleges, churches, and schools, including the Tome School.
His widow Evalyn Nesbitt Tome, was the richest woman in the state of Maryland; she later married Joseph Irwin France (Senator and U.S. presidential candidate).
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