Percy Rivington Pyne I

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Percy Rivington Pyne I
Percy Rivington Pyne I (1820–1895) circa 1875-1890.jpg
Pyne circa 1875-1890
President of National City Bank
In office
1882–1891
Preceded by Moses Taylor
Succeeded by James Jewett Stillman
Personal details
Born (1820-03-08)March 8, 1820
England
Died February 14, 1895(1895-02-14) (aged 74)
Rome, Italy
Spouse(s) Albertina Taylor
Children Percy Rivington Pyne II
Moses Taylor Pyne
Albertina Taylor Pyne
Parents Anna Rivington
Thomas Pyne

Percy Rivington Pyne I (March 8, 1820 – February 14, 1895) was a migrant from England to the United States. He became president of City National Bank. He was also a director for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad and the New Jersey Zinc Company.

Biography[edit]

He was born in England on March 8, 1820 to Anna Rivington and Thomas Pyne.[1]

He was accepted at Christ's Hospital in London, England for his education, but instead migrated to the United States in 1835 and joined Moses Taylor & Co. as a clerk. He became a partner in 1842.

In 1855 he married Taylor's daughter Albertina.[1] Their children included sons Percy Rivington Pyne II, and Moses Taylor Pyne who was a major philanthropist at Princeton University, and a daughter Albertina Taylor Pyne Russell.[2]

He died in Rome, Italy on Valentine's Day, February 14, 1895.[1]

References[edit]

Business positions
Preceded by
Moses Taylor
President of National City Bank
1882–1891
Succeeded by
James Stillman