The Goelet family is an influential family from New York, of Huguenot origins, that owned significant real estate in New York City. History [ edit ] The Goelets are descended from a family of Huguenots from La Rochelle in France , who escaped to Amsterdam . 
11 de oct. de 2019 · Robert Goelet, New York Grandee and Naturalist, Dies at 96. The scion of a 17th-century New York family, he headed major cultural institutions and became a steward of Gardiners Island, which his ...
He was a son of Anne Marie (née Guestier) Goelet, whose family were wine merchants (Barton & Guestier) and owned the 10,000 acre chateau, and Robert Walton Goelet. His mother was French and his father was American. His father, who owned the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in New York, donated the hotel to Harvard University after his death in 1941.
- October 9, 2019 (aged 96), New York City, U.S.
- September 28, 1923, Amblainville, France
- Albert L. Key
- Frederick Baldwin Adams Jr.
Robert Walton Goelet, 61, of New York and Newport, R. I., a financier and one of New York's largest property owners, died today in his old brownstone house at 48th Street and Fifth Avenue, one of the few remaining private residences on the...
- September 29, 1841, New York, New York
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- Robert Walton Goelet, Beatrice Goelet
The Goelet family is an influential family from New York, of Huguenot origins, that owned significant real estate in New York City. American family Quick facts: Goelet, Current region, Place of origin, Esta...