Simon Moritz Bethmann (banker)
Simon Moritz Bethmann was the youngest son of the Nassau bailiff of the same name, Simon Moritz Bethmann (1687–1725). He became a partner of his older brother Johann Philipp and together with him founded the later Bethmann-Bank in Frankfurt, which was born out of the inheritance of his maternal uncle Jakob Adami . In 1746 he received civil rights in the city where he stood out for his charity. Simon Moritz Bethmann died childless.
- Claus Helbing: The Bethmanns. From the history of an old trading house in Frankfurt am Main . Gericke, Wiesbaden 1948.
- Wilhelm Stricker: Bethmann, Simon Moritz v. In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Volume 2, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1875, pp. 574-576. (mainly through his nephew Simon Moritz von Bethmann)
|SURNAME||Bethmann, Simon Moritz|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German merchant and banker|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1721|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Nassau|
|DATE OF DEATH||1782|
|Place of death||Frankfurt am Main|