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Joseph F. Sinnott Family, 1837-1906

 Family

Joseph Francis Sinnott (1837-1906) was an Irish businessman who emigrated to Pennsylvania in 1854. In 1863, Joseph F. Sinnott married Annie Eliza Rogers at Philadelphia. The couple had nine children together, six boys and three girls. Sinnott became the sole proprietor of Gibson's distillery in 1888. He renamed it Moore & Sinnott and it was known as the largest distiller of rye whiskey in the US with the capacity to produce 30,000 barrels per year.[2][3] As a prominent Philadelphia businessman, Sinnott also became a trustee of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and served as director of the First National Bank.[4][5] At the time of his death, his estate was valued at 2.2 million dollars.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1: History, 1921 - 2016

 Box — Box: HIST:I.1
Identifier: HIST:I.1
Scope and Contents From the Series: This Founding Series contains documents, articles, logs, and board minutes created by the administration and the sisters of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, 1921-2010. Of significance in this series are the SHCJ School Journals (1921-1969) and Student Rebellion (1961-1971).

Folder 11: Miscellaneous, c.1930-2013

 File
Identifier: HIST:I.1.11
Scope and Contents From the Series: This Founding Series contains documents, articles, logs, and board minutes created by the administration and the sisters of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, 1921-2010. Of significance in this series are the SHCJ School Journals (1921-1969) and Student Rebellion (1961-1971).