George Tuttle Brokaw (November 14, 1879 – May 28, 1935) was an American lawyer and sportsman.  Early life He was born in the Elberon section of Long Branch, New Jersey, a son of Isaac Vail Brokaw, who with his brother, William, owned the New York City-based Brokaw Brothers clothing stores from 1856 until his death in 1914.
21 ago 2023 · George Tuttle Brokaw (November 14, 1879 – May 28, 1935) was an American lawyer and sportsman. He was born in the Elberon section of Long Branch, New Jersey to Elvira Tuttle Gould and Isaac Vail Brokaw, who, with his brother William Vail Brokaw, owned the New York City-based Brokaw Brothers clothing stores from 1856 until his death ...
23 gen 2023 · Her birth father, George Tuttle Brokaw, was a lawyer from a rich family in Manhattan's Upper East Side. She was born an heiress, and at 14 years old, she inherited "one-fourth ownership of the New York Guaranty Trust Company and one-third of all the holdings of the multi-million dollar Brokaw corporations," via her grandfather's estate ...
George Tuttle Brokaw. Birth. 14 Nov 1879. New York, New York County, New York, USA. Death. 28 May 1935 (aged 55) Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. Burial. Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
On 10 January 1931, she married George Tuttle Brokaw, a millionaire lawyer and sportsman. They had one child, Frances de Villers "Pan" Brokaw (10 October 1931 – 10 March 2008). A year after Brokaw died, Seymour married actor Henry Fonda on 16 September 1936, at Christ Church, New York City.
La madre, seconda delle cinque mogli del famoso attore, morì suicida nel 1950, quando Jane aveva 12 anni; in precedenza era stata sposata con il miliardario George Tuttle Brokaw. È sorella dell'attore Peter Fonda, di tre anni più giovane, e zia dell'attrice Bridget Fonda, figlia di Peter.
George Tuttle Brokaw Born about 14 Nov 1879 in New York City, New York, United States Ancestors Son of Isaac Vail Brokaw and Elvira Tuttle (Gould) Brokaw Brother of Isaac Irving Brokaw Esq Husband of Ann Clare (Boothe) Luce — married 10 Aug 1923 (to 1929) [location unknown]