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 Reginald Minturn LewisReginald Minturn Lewis (November 3, 1896 - July 3, 1960) was a multi-millionaire New York socialite and investment banker. He was a member of the Horace Walpole Society, elected in 1952, honorary member in 1956.

He was the son of Frederic Elliott Lewis (1858–1919) and Mary Russell ( 1862–1950). The wedding of Reginald Minturn Lewis and Claire Bird (1892-1952), daughter of Oliver William Bird (1862-1932) and Clara Sutton Gautier (1864-1928), was celebrated in 1917 in the chapel of St. Bartholomew's Church, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. William B. Lusk or St. Stephen's Church, Ridgefield, CT.

Reginald Minturn Lewis enlisted in the United States navy, November 30, 1917, and served therein until January, 1919, when he received his honorable discharge.

In 1937 Henry Pepper Vaux (1880-1953) and Frances Alice Cramp (1885-1939), announced the marriage of their daughter, Alice Vaux, to Reginald Minturn Lewis.

He lived in Connecticut before moving to his estate in Easton, MD, in 1949. He died of heart attack at his estate "Ellenboro". He was survived by his wife, Alice Vaux Lewis, two sons, Frederic Elliott of Hendersonville, NC, and Robert Minturn of Jackson, WY, and two daughters, Cynthia Bird Lewis, of Baltimore, MD, and Susan Lewis Carpenter (1943-2004) of Easton, MD.

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