Zeboim Cartter Patten

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Zeboim Cartter Patten
OccupationIndustrialist and Capitalist

Zeboim Cartter Patten (1840 – 1925) was an American industrialist, capitalist, and American Civil War captain, born in Wilna, New York,[1] who lived in Chattanooga, Tennessee and founded the Volunteer Life Insurance Company (now the Lincoln Financial Group), The Stone Fort Land Company (bought by Bob Corker in 1999), The T.H. Payne Company, and most notably the Chattanooga Medicine Company in 1879 which is now called Chattem.[2]

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  1. ^ Ned L. Irwin (2018). "Zeboim Cartter Patten". The Tennessee Encyclopedia.
  2. ^ John Wilson (1986). "Zeboim Cartter Patten". The Patten Chronicle. Roy McDonald.

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