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 Huybertie Lansing <I>Pruyn</I> Hamlin

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Huybertie Lansing Pruyn Hamlin

Birth
Albany, Albany County, New York, USA
Death
6 Mar 1964 (aged 90)
Albany, Albany County, New York, USA
Burial
Jamaica Plain, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID
103344693 View Source

Socialite, philanthropist and civic activist. Her first name is also sometimes spelled as "Huybertje". She was born into a member of one of New York's most prominent families, the Pruyns (rhymes with "shines"). She was also a descendant of Woodbury Langdon, a Member of the Continental Congress. She was also related to many other prominent Albany-area families, including the Parkers, the Cornings, and the Lansings. In 1898 she married Charles Sumner Hamlin, the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve. She was also the author of an autobiographical work, "Memories of an Albany Girlhood" (also published as "An Albany Girlhood").

Socialite, philanthropist and civic activist. Her first name is also sometimes spelled as "Huybertje". She was born into a member of one of New York's most prominent families, the Pruyns (rhymes with "shines"). She was also a descendant of Woodbury Langdon, a Member of the Continental Congress. She was also related to many other prominent Albany-area families, including the Parkers, the Cornings, and the Lansings. In 1898 she married Charles Sumner Hamlin, the first Chairman of the Federal Reserve. She was also the author of an autobiographical work, "Memories of an Albany Girlhood" (also published as "An Albany Girlhood").


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HUYBERTIE PRUYN HAMLIN
APR. 8, 1873 — MAR. 5, 1964


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