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Phanor James Eder Benjamin

Varón 1880 - 1971  (90 años)    Tiene 4 antepasados pero no descendientes en este Árbol.

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  • Nombre Phanor James Eder Benjamin 
    Parentescowith Ilse Clara Maria Siedenburg Helm
    Nacimiento 11 Dic 1880  Palmira, Valle del Cauca, Colombia Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Sexo Varón 
    Fallecimiento 5 Mar 1971  New York, New York, USA Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Edad 90 años 
    Siblings 5 siblings 
    ID Persona I2152  rodriguezuribe
    Última Modificación 26 Mar 2017 

    Padre James Martin Eder Kaiser
              n. 24 Jun 1838, Kuldiga, Kurzeme, Latvia Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.
              f. 26 Dic 1921, New York, USA Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 83 años) 
    Madre Elizabeth "Lizzie" Benjamin Myers
              n. 7 Jul 1843, London, England Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.
              f. 24 Jul 1937, Norwilla, Newton, New Jersey, USA Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 94 años) 
    Casado 11 Jun 1867  London, England Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Notas 
    • DE FAMILY SEARCH:
      Nombre: James Martin Eder
      Tipo de evento: Marriage
      Trimestre de inscripción: Apr-May-Jun
      Fecha de registro: 1867
      Distrito de registro: London City
      Condado: London
      Lugar del evento: London City, London, England
      Volumen: 1C
      Página: 213
      Número de línea provisto por la institución externa: 27

      James Martin Eder probablemente se casó con una de las siguientes personas
      Nombres: Elizabeth Benjamin
      Nombres: William Jacob Mendes
      Nombres: Jacob Salomon Van Gelder
    Documentos
    Certificado de Matrimonio James Martin Eder y Elizabeth Benjamin
    Certificado de Matrimonio James Martin Eder y Elizabeth Benjamin
    Lápidas
    Fotos de LAPIDA James Martin Eder & Lizzie Benjamin
    Fotos de LAPIDA James Martin Eder & Lizzie Benjamin
    Birth: Apr. 24, 1838
    Kuldiga
    Kuldigas Novads
    Kurzeme, Latvia
    Death: Dec. 26, 1921
    Manhattan
    New York County (Manhattan)
    New York, USA
    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Lizzie Benjamin Eder (1843 - 1937)
    Children:
    Fanny Eder Maduro (1876 - 1930)*
    Inscription:
    Tiheye nishmato tsarur bitsor ha-ham meaning “May their souls be bound in the bundle of the living"
    Burial:
    Beth Olom Cemetery
    Ridgewood
    Queens County
    New York, USA
    ID Familia F1034  Hoja del Grupo  |  Family Chart

    Wife Rachel Violet Lindo y Piza
              n. 5 Sep 1882, Panama City, Panama Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.
              f. 11 Dic 1970, New York, New York, USA Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 88 años) 
    Casado 21 Abr 1909  Manhattan, New York, USA Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Tipo: Sinagoga 
    Notas 
    • Phanor J. Eder y Violet Lindo, "New York, Marriages, 1686-1980"
      Nombre: Phanor J. Eder
      Fecha de nacimiento:
      Lugar de nacimiento:
      Edad:
      Nombre del cónyuge: Violet Lindo
      Fecha de nacimiento del cónyuge:
      Lugar de nacimiento del cónyuge:
      Edad del cónyuge:
      Fecha del evento: 21 Apr 1909
      Lugar del evento: Manhattan, New York, New York
      Nombre del padre: James M. Eder
      Nombre de la madre: Lizzie Benjamin
      Nombre del padre del cónyuge: Joshua J. Lindo
      Nombre de la madre del cónyuge: Esther Piza
      Raza:
      Estado civil:
      Nombre de la esposa anterior:
      Raza del cónyuge:
      Estado civil del cónyuge:
      Nombre del esposo anterior del cónyuge:
      Número de lote o batch: M00477-3
      Sistema de origen: New_York-ODM
      Número de microfilm de FamilySearch: 1439690
    • Phanor J. Eder
      se menciona en el registro de Phanor J. Eder y Violet Lindo
      Nombre Phanor J. Eder
      Nombre del cónyuge Violet Lindo
      Fecha del evento 21 Apr 1909
      Lugar del evento Manhattan, New York, New York
      Nombre del padre James M. Eder
      Nombre de la madre Lizzie Benjamin
      Nombre del padre del cónyuge Joshua J. Lindo
      Nombre de la madre del cónyuge Esther Piza
    Última Modificación 6 Sep 2015 
    ID Familia F1036  Hoja del Grupo  |  Family Chart

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    Phanor James Eder Benjamin
    Phanor James Eder Benjamin

    Documentos
    Pasaporte Phanor James Eder Benjamin
    Pasaporte Phanor James Eder Benjamin
    Obituario Phanor Eder
    Obituario Phanor Eder

    Historias
    CULTURAS EMPRESARIALES E INNOVACIÓN EN EL VALLE DEL CAUCA
    CULTURAS EMPRESARIALES E INNOVACIÓN EN EL VALLE DEL CAUCA
    Fernando Urrea Giraldo - Carlos Alberto Mejía S.

  • Notas 
    • Phanor James Eder was born in Palmira, Colombia on December 11, 1880. He was the son of Santiago M. Eder, a lawyer and industrial pioneer in the Cauca Valley and Lizzie Benjamin, of London.

      Phanor Eder completed his studies in public and private schools in London, New York and Belgium. He received his bachelor's degree from City College of New York in 1900 and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1903. That same year he was named special student assigned to the faculty at the University of Liege in Belgium, from 1903 to 1904.

      He specialized in legal work associated with Latin America, concentrating on mining laws of Colombia. He devoted most of his work to his principal client, the South America Gold and Platinum Company, later the International Mining Company.

      Mr. Eder was a former Colombian ad honorem vice-consul in New York in 1904. During World War I, he served as legal advisor to the Mercantile Bank of the Americas. From 1917 to 1922 he also served as secretary and vice-president of the Mercantile Bank of the Americas.

      Later, he joined the New York law firm of Hordin and Hess, which afterwards became Hordin, Hess, Eder and Rashap, for which Eder continued as counselor after his retirement from active practice in 1969.

      In 1947 Dr. Eder opened the legal program of the Inter-American Law Institute at New York University, of which he was adjunct professor of law.

      In 1952, he was honored by the Institute for realizing three of his comparative law projects: the transformation of the American Foreign Law Association into a national body recognized by UNESCO as the official United States organization in comparative law; the establishment of the Inter-American Law Institute as a permanent feature of the New York University Law Center and the founding of the American Journal of Comparative Law.

      He was the author of Colombia, published in 1913; Comparative Survey of Anglo-American and Latin American Law, 1950; a book about his father published in Spanish in Colombia, Santiago M. Eder, El Fundador, and other works. Phanor J. Eder died at the age of 90 on March 5, 1971 in New York City while writing his memoirs.
    • PHANOR JAMES EDER BENJAMIN
      1880, December 11 Born in Palmira, Colombia
      1900 Received Bachelor's degree from City
      College of New York
      1903 Graduated from Harvard Law School
      1903-1904 Named special student assigned to the law faculty at the University of Liege in Belgium.
      1904 Appointed Colombian ad honorem vice-consul in New York
      1913 His book Colombia was published
      1917-1922 Served as secretary and vice president of the Mercantile Bank of the Americas
      1947 Opened the legal program of the
      Interamerican Law Institute at New York University
      1950 His book, Comparative Study of Anglo-American and Latin American Law, was published
      1952 Honored by the Interamerican Law Institute for realizing three of his comparative law
      projects.
      1969 Retired from active practice in the New York law firm of Hordin and Hess
      1971, March 5 Died, at age 90, in New York City.

      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
      Phanor James Eder was born in Palmira, Comombia on December 11, 1880. He was the son of Santiago M. Eder, a lawyer and industrial pioneer in the Cauca Valley and Lizzie Benjamin, of London.
      Phanor Eder completed his studies in public and private schools in London, New York and Belgium. He received his bachelor's degree from City College of New York in 1900 and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1903. That same year he was named special student assigned to the faculty at the University of Liege in Belgium, from 1903 to 1904.
      He specialized in legal work associated with Latin America,
      concentrating on mining laws of Colombia. He devoted most of his work to his principal client, the South America Gold and Platinum Company, later the International Mining Company.
      Mr. Eder was a former Colombian ad honorem vice-consul in New York in 1904. During World War I, he served as legal advisor to the Mercantile Bank of the Americas. From 1917 to 1922 he also served as secretary and vice-president of the Mercantile Bank of the Americas.
      Later, he joined the New York law firm of Hordin and Hess, which afterwards became Hordin, Hess, Eder and Rashap, for which Eder continued as counselor after his retirement from active practice in 1969.
      In 1947 Dr. Eder opened the legal program of the Inter-American Law Institute at New York University, of which he was adjunct professor of law.
      In 1952, he was honored by the Institute for realizing three of his comparartive law projects: the transformation of the American Foreign Law Association into a national body recognized by UNESCO as the official United States organization in comparative law; the establishment of the Inter-American Law Institute as a permanent feature of the New York University Law Center and the founding of the American Journal of Comparative Law.
      He was the author of Colombia, published in 1913; Comparative Survey of Anglo-American and Latin American Law, 1950; a book about his father published in Spanish in Colombia, Santiago M. Eder, El Fundador, and other works. Phanor J. Eder died at the age of 90 on March 5, 1971 in New York City while writing his memoirs.
    • PHANOR J. EDER

      Phanor J. Eder s'est éteint, à plus de 90 ans, au terme d'une vie remplie d'honneurs, de travaux et d'entreprises généreuses. Il reste pour nous l'exemple d'un comparatiste convaincu, qui pendant de longues années s'est employé à rapprocher les Common Lawyers et les juristes des systèmes romanistes ; et cette ?uvre, au cours de laquelle il collabora avec la Société de législation comparée, lui a valu la reconnaissance de tous ceux qui sont attachés au rapprochement et à la meilleure compréhension des droits.

      Il était né (faut-il voir là un signe de prédestination?) en Amérique latine, en Colombie, le 11 décembre 1880, de parents américains, et il lit ses études à la fois aux Etats-Unis, en Angleterre et en Belgique. Dès sa constitution, en 1908, il s'associa activement aux travaux du Comparative Law Bureau créé par l'American Bar Association et ne cessa d'affirmer la nécessité, pour les juristes des Etats-Unis, de s'informer des systèmes étrangers et surtout de celui des pays ibéro-américains. Son cabinet, constitué au lendemain de la première guerre mondiale à New York, et qui devait jouir d'une réputation considérable, était spécialisé dans le droit de l'Amérique latine.

      Phanor Eder fut tout naturellement un des fondateurs, en 1924, de l'American Foreign Law Association dont il devint président en 1934. Lorsqu'après la seconde guerre le besoin se fit sentir de développer davantage la connaissance des droits étrangers parmi les juristes américains, on lui :demanda de reprendre la présidence de cette Association, à la tête de laquelle il se trouva placé de nouveau de 1948 à 1952. Il lui donna une extension et un rayonnement considérables et s'employa à établir des liens avec les principaux centres d'études du droit comparé des divers pays ; c'est ainsi qu'il entra en rapport avec la Société de législation comparée, pour qui il recruta de nombreux membres américains tandis qu'il fournissait des informations, des notes et des contributions diverses à notre Revue. C'est lui encore qui, avec les professeurs Yntema et J. Hazard, entreprit de fonder The American Journal of Comparative Law. Pour en assurer la publication fut constituée en 1951 l'American Association for the Comparative Study of Law, sous les auspices de qui paraît toujours ce remarquable Journal, dont le premier rédacteur en chef devait être Hessel E. Yntema, tandis que Phanor Eder devenait président de la nouvelle Association.
    • The Phanor J. Eder Collection
      Phanor James Eder, a well known international attorney, donated a large number of books, pamphlets, personal papers, magazine articles, and maps to the library in 1960. His family had settled in the Cauca Valley, Colombia, and Eder was born in Palmira in 1880. After graduation from Harvard Law School, Eder specialized in international law with a special interest in Latin America. He was author and translator of books and articles dealing principally with legal and financial matters.
      Eder's interests are reflected in his collection of 62 maps which focus on Latin American subjects such as a plan of the city of Cali, a map published in 1857 representing the line of the Panama railroad, and several maps depicting grain and cattle production in Mexico and Central America. Specific maps include: "Terra Firma et novum regnum Granatense et Popayan," by Arnoldus Montanus, Amsterdam, 1671; and "Mapa del Departamento de Antioquia, Republica de Colombia ...," Washington, Norris Peters Photo-Litho, 1900.
    • Phanor Eder: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
      Name: Phanor Eder
      State of Issue: New York
      Date of Birth: Saturday December 11, 1880
      Date of Death: March 1971
      Est. Age at Death: 90 years, 3 months

      Last known residence:
      City: New York
      County: New York
      State: New York
      ZIP Code: 10011
      Latitude: 40.7409
      Longitude: -73.9997

    • De Who's who in New York (city and state)
      EDER, PHANOR J.
      Lawyer; b. Palmira, Colombia, S. A.; s. James M. and Lizzie (Benjamin) Eder; grad. Coll. Citv of N. Y., A.B.; Harvard Coll. (Law Sch.), LL.B. Admitted to bar, 1904; makes specialty of Spanish-Am. law; formerly vice-consul of Colombia in N. Y. City. Pres. and dir. Cauca Valley Agr'l Co.; dir. United Export Co., Cali Electric Light & Power Co. Mem. Ass'n Bar
      City of N. Y.. N. Y. Co. Lawyers' Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Am. Acad, of frolit. Science, Pan-Am. Soc, Pan-Am. Chamber of Commerce, Circulo Literario Hispano; hon. v.-p. Pan-Am. States Ass'n; hon. mem. Colombian Acad, of Jurisprudence. Asso. editor Bul- letin of the Bureau of Comparative Law. Author:
      The Mining Laws of Colombia, 1912; The Republic of Colombia (S. A. series), 1913, and occasional articles. Republican. Clubs: Lawyers, Explorers, Ibero-Americano, Phi Sigma Kappa, Houvenkopf Country, Economic. Residence: 64 Groton St., Forest Hills Gardens, L. I. Address: 60 Wall St., N. Y. City.
    • Name: Eder, Phanor James (1880-1971)

      Historical Note:
      Phanor James Eder was born in Palmira, Colombia on December 11, 1880. He was the son of Santiago M. Eder, a lawyer and industrial pioneer in the Cauca Valley and Lizzie Benjamin, of London.

      Phanor Eder completed his studies in public and private schools in London, New York and Belgium. He received his bachelor's degree from City College of New York in 1900 and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1903. That same year he was named special student assigned to the faculty at the University of Liege in Belgium, from 1903 to 1904.

      He specialized in legal work associated with Latin America, concentrating on mining laws of Colombia. He devoted most of his work to his principal client, the South America Gold and Platinum Company, later the International Mining Company.

      Mr. Eder was a former Colombian ad honorem vice-consul in New York in 1904. During World War I, he served as legal advisor to the Mercantile Bank of the Americas. From 1917 to 1922 he also served as secretary and vice-president of the Mercantile Bank of the Americas.

      Later, he joined the New York law firm of Hordin and Hess, which afterwards became Hordin, Hess, Eder and Rashap, for which Eder continued as counselor after his retirement from active practice in 1969.

      In 1947 Dr. Eder opened the legal program of the Inter-American Law Institute at New York University, of which he was adjunct professor of law.

      In 1952, he was honored by the Institute for realizing three of his comparative law projects: the transformation of the American Foreign Law Association into a national body recognized by UNESCO as the official United States organization in comparative law; the establishment of the Inter-American Law Institute as a

      permanent feature of the New York University Law Center and the founding of the American Journal of Comparative Law.

      He was the author of Colombia, published in 1913; Comparative Survey of Anglo-American and Latin American Law, 1950; a book about his father published in Spanish in Colombia, Santiago M. Eder, El Fundador, and other works. Phanor J. Eder died at the age of 90 on March 5, 1971 in New York City while writing his memoirs.

      Note Author: Juana T. Garcia and Rolando Alfonso, Student Assistants under the supervision of Esperanza B. Varona

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