Children of James Stillman Rockefeller
and Nancy Campbell Sherlock Carnegie

daughter of Andrew Carnegie II

James Stillman Rockefeller was listed in Who's who in America;
He was President (1952-1959), then CEO (1959-1967) of First National City Bank(Citibank) of New York.

Aug 10, 6:20 PM EDT James Stillman Rockefeller Dies at 102
By DIANE SCARPONI
Associated Press Writer
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- James Stillman Rockefeller, the former head of the bank that became Citigroup Inc. and the oldest known U.S. Olympic medal winner, died Tuesday, his family said.
Rockefeller, who was 102, had lived in Greenwich. Born June 8, 1902, he was a grandson of William Rockefeller, who founded Standard Oil with his brother, John D. Rockefeller.
He captained an eight-man crew with coxswain from the Yale University rowing team to win the gold at the 1924 Paris Olympics - beating the Canadian team by less than 16 seconds. Another member of the crew was Dr. Benjamin Spock, who became a renowned pediatrician with his best-selling book about child rearing.
U.S. Olympic Committee records show that Rockefeller was the oldest American medal winner, a spokeswoman from the committee said.
He graduated from Yale in 1924 and started at the bank, then called the National City Bank, in 1930. Rockefeller was named president in 1952. He was named chairman in 1959 and retired in 1967.
The company later changed its name to Citicorp, and became Citigroup in a 1998 merger with Travelers Group.
Rockefeller, who had served in the Airborne Command during World War II, also was a director of companies including Pan American Airways, Northern Pacific Railroad, NCR and Monsanto.
He and his wife, Nancy Carnegie Rockefeller, had four children.
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In The Nature Conservancy - North Carolina Issue for Winter 2005, there is a story "Long Valley Farm" which tells of the retreat where James Stillman Rockefeller strolled and swam and spent time with family and friends. When he passed away Aug. 2004 at the age of 102, he bequeathed this historic property to the Nature Conservancy.
He was the son of William G Rockefeller and the great - nephew of Standard Oil founder John D. Rockefeller. James S. Rockefeller was president and chairman of National City Bank in N.Y., and sat on the board of the American Museum of Natural History. An avid outdoorsman, Mr. Rockefeller was the captain of the Yale University rowing team in the early 1920's and helped the U.S. secure the gold medal in rowing at the 1924 Paris Olympics.
Provided by Mary Louise Stillman Emerson


James Stillman Rockefeller, Jr.
Born: 7 Jan 1926
Place: New York, NY
Lived: 1988
Place: Camden, ME
Married:1) Liv Coucheron (Torp) Heyerdahl
Born: 4 Aug 1924
Place: Larvik, Norway
Died: 14 Apr 1969
Place: Camden, ME
Date Married: 3 Aug 1956
Married:2) Margaret Sharp Vaughan
Born: 7 Oct 1937
Place: Brighton, England
Lived:
Place:
Date Married: 10 Oct 1970 - Divorced
Married:3) Marilyn Moss
Born: 1938
Place: WV
Lived:
Place:
Date Married: 1983


Nancy Sherlock Carnegie Rockefeller
Born: 7 Jan 1927
Place: New York, NY
Lived: 1988
Place: Memphis, TN
Married:1) Barclay McFadden
Born: 21 Jul 1924
Place: Philadelphia, PA
Died: 11 Jun 1973
Place: Memphis, TN
Date Married: 24 Jun 1949
Married:2) Daniel Copp
Born:
Place:
Lived: 1988
Place:
Date Married: 26 May 1975


Andrew Carnegie Rockefeller
Born: 9 May 1929
Place: Greenwich, CT
Lived: 1988
Place: Greenwich, CT
Married:1) Jean Victoria MacKay
Born: 26 Oct 1931
Place:
Lived: 1988
Place:
Date Married: 19 Jul 1957
Married:2) Harriet (Gruner) Ross
Born:
Place:
Lived: 1988
Place:
Date Married: 3 Mar 1979


Georgia Stillman Rockefeller
Born: 11 Oct 1933
Place: Greenwich, CT
Lived: 1988
Place: New York, NY
Married: J. Harden Rose
Born: 1 Oct 1929
Place:
Lived: 1988
Place: New York, NY
Date Married: 29 Jun 1957


Information has been provided by Molly McFadden - a direct descendent of James Stillman Rockerfeller and Nancy Sherlock Carnegie Rockefeller