Dyer Pearl

Male, Deceased Person

1857 – 1930


Who was Dyer Pearl?

Dyer Pearl was a prominent Wall Street businessman and a member of the New York Stock Exchange for twenty-six years. His grandfather, Dyer Pearl, founded Dyer Pearl & Company in Nashville, Tennessee before 1820.

Pearl was active on Wall Street for fifty-four years before retiring in 1928. His family was involved in stock brokerage for a century. He transferred his seat on the NYSE to his son in 1910. Pearl was a member of the New York Club, the Stock Exchange Luncheon Club, and St. Nicholas Lodge 321 A.F. & A.M. He was past master of the latter organization.

Pearl died in 1930, at the of 73, from injuries he suffered when he was struck by a motorcycle near his home. Services were held at his residence and he was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Sep 1, 1930

on July 23, 2013


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