John Grenville Bates Sr (/beɪtɛs/; August 20, 1880 – February 2, 1944) was a co-founder of the American Kennel Club and former President and Show Chairman of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. He won back-to-back dog shows with his Irish Terrier Pendley Calling of Blarney in 1930 and 1931. He was on the front cover of TIME Magazine Volume XXXI, No. 8.
Marriage and Family
|Offspring of Alfred Willard Bates and Cephise Catherine Towar (1843-1927)|
|Willie Bates (1858-1910)|| |
|Alfred Willard Bates (1869-1896)|| |
|Thomas Towar Bates (1874-)|| |
|Putnam Asbury Bates (1875-1938)|| |
|John Grenville Bates (1880-1944)||20 August 1880 New York City, New York, United States||2 February 1944 New York City, New York, United States|| Anita Teresa Boulton (1883-)|
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- Bates Family of Boston - Boston Brahmin.