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Famous Charles Schwab Steel industrialist
Posted by: lisa gibson (ID *****5585) Date: December 28, 2002 at 03:36:05
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I am looking for information on my uncle Charles Schwab. He has a brother named Joseph and one named edward. Charles was a business partner with Andrew Carnigie. Charles was president of Bethleham steel and also united states steel company. Charles fathers name was John Schwab and his mother was pauline farabaugh. There was a book called "steel titan" written about Charles and joseph. I have pictures of them with the president of the united states woodrow wilson and also Taft. Charles was married to Emma eurania dinkey. We called her Ranie. Charles had a child out of wedlock with a mildred scott. The child was named Elizabeth Scott. Joseph married Esther Munhall Bonner, they had two children, but Joseph left them when the children were very young and he was with some broadway actress. We believe that Joseph and the actress may of had a child as well.

John A. Schwab was born in 1839 and died in 1924
his wife was Paulin Farabaugh. there children:
Charles M. Schwab born 2-18-1862
Joseph E. Schwab born 1864
Mary jane Schwab born 1876 and became a nun.
Gertrude Schwab born 1879
Edward H. Schwab born 1-23-1885

I am wondering if anyone has any information about Elizabeth Scott or the Child that Joseph may of had with the broodway actress. I would like any info that anyone has on this family. Thank you


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