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  1. William Bateman Leeds (September 19, 1861 – June 23, 1908) was an American businessman. He dominated the tin plate industry, [1] becoming known as the "Tin Plate King". Together with William Henry Moore , Daniel G. Reid and James Hobart Moore, he became known as one of the 'big four' or 'tin plate crowd' in American industry.

    • Tin Plate King
    • June 23, 1908 (aged 46), Paris, France
  2. 25 de mar. de 2014 · Interchangeably heralded by the press as, “The World’s Richest Boy” or “Poor Little Rich Boy,” Leeds managed a small army of servants by the time he was nine and topped it off by marrying a Greek princess at the age of 19.

  3. Xenia married twice. At age 18 she married William Bateman Leeds Jr. (19 September 1902–31 December 1971), the son and heir of the American tin magnate William B. Leeds Sr. and the stepson of Xenia's maternal uncle Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark, through his marriage to William’s mother, the former Nonie Stewart Leeds.

  4. 24 de may. de 2018 · William Bateman Leeds, Jr. Birthdate: September 19, 1902. Death: 1971 (68-69) Immediate Family: Son of William Bateman Leeds, Sr. and Princess Anastasia of Greece and Denmark. Ex-husband of HRH The Princess Xenia Georgievna Romanova of Russia. Father of Nancy Helen Marie Leeds Wynkoop.

    • 1971 (68-69)
    • Private User
    • May 24, 2018
    • September 19, 1902
  5. On 3 August 1900, May married for the second time in Cleveland: the groom was William Bateman Leeds, a wealthy businessman who was born on 10 September 1861, in Richmond, Indiana. This was also Leeds's second marriage, the previous one having ended in 1896, at which time he settled one million dollars on his ex-wife.

    • William Charles Stewart
    • Mary Holden
    • William Bateman Leeds Jr.
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