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  1. William Avery " Devil Bill " Rockefeller Sr. (November 13, 1810 – May 11, 1906) was an American businessman, lumberman, herbalist, salesman, and con-artist who went by the alias of Dr. William Levingston. He worked as a lumberman and then a traveling salesman who identified himself as a "botanic physician" and sold elixirs.

    • Businessman, Lumberman, Herbalist, "Snake Oil" Salesman
    • Oakland Cemetery
    • Dr. William Levingston
    • Lucy, Clorinda, John, Cornelia, William Jr., Mary, Franklin, and Frances
  2. William Rockefeller Sr. William Avery "Devil Bill" Rockefeller Sr. (November 13, 1810 – May 11, 1906) was an American businessman, lumberman, herbalist and salesman who went by the alias of Dr. William Levingston. He worked as a lumberman and then a traveling salesman who identified himself as a "botanic physician" and sold elixirs. [1]

  3. William Avery "Devil Bill" Rockefeller Sr. (November 13, 1810 – May 11, 1906) was an American businessman, lumberman, herbalist, salesman, and con-artist who went by the alias of Dr. William Levingston. He worked as a lumberman and then a traveling salesman who identified himself as a "botanic physi

  4. May 23, 2018 · Dr. William Levingston is the pseydonym for William Avery Rockefeller who was the father of John Davidson Rockefeller, the richest man in America at the turn of the 20th century. "Dr. William Levingston" was not a real medical doctor but rather a vendor of proprietary (patent) medicines. He was also a proven bigamist.

    • Godfrey Lewis Rockefeller
    • November 13, 1810
    • "Big Bill", "Dr. William Levingston"
  5. Mar 25, 2019 · William was born in 1810. He is the son of Godfrey Rockefeller and Lucy Avery. He passed away in 1906. 1837: William Avery Rockefeller, Sr. married Eliza Davison on February 18 in Niles, Cayuga County, NY. 1865: Margaret Allen married William Levingston (a pseudonym of William A. Rockefeller, Sr. who was still married to his first wife, Eliza ...

    • November 13, 1810
    • May 11, 1906
  6. Apr 12, 2012 · In 1849, William Rockefeller was indicted for rape. This severed his relations permanently with Eliza's family and forced him to abscond from the immediate area. Thus, the Rockefeller family ended up in Cleveland. By the time he was in high school, John Rockefeller had lived in five different towns and probably twice as many houses. Eliza ...

  7. Early years. William Jr. was born in Richford, New York. He was the middle son of con artist William Avery Rockefeller Sr. and Eliza Davison. In addition to elder brother John, William Jr.'s siblings were Lucy, Mary, and twins Franklin (Frank) and Frances (who died young).

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