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    Mary Goelet was born in 1878. Her parents were Mary Wilson Goelet (1855–1929) and Ogden Goelet (1851–1897), a prominent heir and landlord in New York City and great-grandson of Peter Goelet, heir to one of the largest fortunes of the time. Her only sibling was her younger brother, Robert Wilson Goelet, who built Glenmere mansion.

    • Mary Goelet, October 6, 1878, New York City, U.S.
    • April 26, 1937 (aged 58), London, England
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    Mary Rita "May" Wilson Goelet was an American socialite and member of a family known as "the marrying Wilsons".

    May was born on December 12, 1855 in Loudon, Tennessee. She was the oldest surviving child born to Richard Thornton Wilson and Melissa Clementine Wilson. Her father, who has been referred to as a "war profiteer" for his actions during and following the Civil War, moved the family north after the War and became a prominent New York banker. May and her siblings were known in society as "the marrying Wilsons" due to their marriages to the wealthiest and most prominent families of the day. Among her

    In 1892, May and Ogden were included in Ward McAllister's "Four Hundred", purported to be an index of New York's best families, published in The New York Times. Conveniently, 400 was the number of people that could fit into Mrs. Astor's ballroom. May was known as one of the viceregal leaders of the Ultra-fashionable 150, among Mrs. Astor, Mrs. Ogden Mills, Mrs. John Jacob Astor, and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr.

    In 1877, May married Ogden Goelet. Ogden was the son of Sarah Goelet and Robert Goelet, both of whom were from prominent New York families and among the wealthiest in America due to their vast real estate holdings. Ogden and his older brother Robert were real estate developer who managed the estate of their father and uncle. Together, they were the parents of two children: 1. Mary Goelet, who married Henry Innes-Ker, 8th Duke of Roxburghe in 1903. Henry, a first cousin of Prime Minister Winston

  2. Mary Goelet nació en 1878. Sus padres fueron Mary Wilson Goelet (1855-1929) y Ogden Goelet (1851-1897), un prominente heredero y propietario en la ciudad de Nueva York y bisnieto de Peter Goelet, heredero de uno de los mayores fortunas de la época. Su único hermano era su hermano menor, Robert Wilson Goelet, quien construyó la mansión ...

  3. Mary Goelet. Mary Innes-Ker, Duchess of Roxburghe (October 6, 1878 – April 26, 1937) was an American-British socialite and heiress. Her Grace. The Duchess of Roxburghe.

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  5. Mary Goelet 1856 Tennessee Mary Goelet in Ellis Island and Other New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Mary Goelet was born circa 1856, at birth place , Tennessee. Mary Rita Goelet in New-York Tribune - May 2 1922

  6. This lace, according to one of the bridesmaids, was valued at $1250 a yard. The Duke of Roxburghe, the seventeenth peer of the court of St. James, was wedded to Miss May Goelet, daughter of Mrs. Ogden Goelet in November at New York. The bride is the richest unmarried woman in the United States, and is reputed to be worth $125,000,000 in her own ...