Frederick Warburg


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Wilma L. Shannon

Frederick Warburg 31

  • Born: New York 1201
  • Marriage: Wilma L. Shannon
  • Died: 10 Jul 1973, Winchester, , VA 1202

bullet  General Notes:

There are several articles about this man in local NY papers, inc. papers from Ossining, Rye, Saratoga Springs (with Frederick living in Kuhn), Tarrytown (with Fred living in White Plains), and NY City. Looks like he was a moneyed man who was involved with horse racing, politics, investment banking (Kuhn, Loeb & Co partner, see Wikipedia article). In all these articles, there is only one mention of a wife, and that was when they threw a dinner party in 1953 in Tarrytown, NY. In 1942, he was on leave of absence from Kuhn, Loeb & Co. because he had been "commissioned a lieutenant-colonel and is attached to the Adjutant General's office in Washington.," according to the NY Sun, 10-6-1942. He was a traveler in the highest social circles.


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Education: Harvard, 1912. 1215 Graduation in 1912.

Employment: American International Corporation, Abt 1912. 1215 Worked here after college
"Kuhn Loeb to Take in Sons Of Members" - Syracuse Herald, 12-28-1930
"Mr. Warburg is the eldest son of Felix M. Warburg. He was graduated from Harvard University in 1912. His first business connection was with American International Corporation after which he spent some time with the banking firm of M.M. Warburg & Co. in Hamburg, Germany....:

Travel, 2 Sep 1948. 68 Ireland to NY
Left Cobh, Ireland 9-2 and arrived in NY 9-2, (impossible, but that's what the ship log says). Travelling together Frederick and Wilma.

Travel, 28 Aug 1953. 68 Travelled from Le Havre, France 8-28 to New York, landing 9-4-1953. Frederick and Wilma together.

Obituary, 11 Jul 1973. 1216 International Deaths
Frederick M. Warburg
Winchester, VA (AP) -- Frederick M. Warburg, 75, a partner in the New York investment banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., died Tuesday.

Obituary: Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 11 Jul 1973. 1217 Frederick M. Warburg, banker, civic leader and sports enthusiast, died early today at the age of 75 in Memorial Hospital in Winchester, Va., after an extended illness. A partner in Kuhn Loeb and Co. for 40 years, Mr. Warburg represented the fourth generation of his family in the 106-year-old Wall Street firm. He was a trustee and president of the 92nd Street YMHA, of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in New York and American Jewish Committee member. He donated to the American Museum of Natural History its Warburg Hall of Ecology, named in memory of his father whom he succeeded as a Museum trustee and secretary.
The eldest son of Felix M. and Frieda Schiff Warburg, Frederick M. Warburg was born in New York, received his early education at the Bovee School in New York and the Middlesex School in Concord, Mass., and entered Harvard with the class of 1919. After World War I Mr. Warburg went to Poland for the Joint Distribution Committee, the major international Jewish relief agency, to inspect the distribution of post-war relief supplies and rehabilitation programs in areas of Eastern Europe. Interment will be private. A memorial service is planned for this autumn. Final arrangement are to be announced.

In the News: New York Times, 3 Nov 1907. 235 "Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Warburg have sailed for America after a tour of several weeks on the Continent and in England."


Frederick married Wilma L. Shannon, daughter of Thomas W. Shannon and Henrietta A. (Wilma L. Shannon was born on 15 Aug 1903 in New York 14,68,1127,1133 and died on 25 Jun 1993 in Middleburg, Loudoun, Virginia 31,1152.)

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