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Winsor French was born on 24 December, 1904. Discover Winsor French's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?

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Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 24 December 1904
Birthday 24 December
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Date of death March 6, 1973
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He retired in 1968 and died in 1973. He was buried with his parents in Williamstown, Massachusetts.


Confined to a wheelchair late in his life, he lobbied for the rights of disabled people; he obtained for the Cleveland City Hall and other city buildings to be accessible to disabled persons. Due to his efforts, French received a presidential citation in 1966.


He was comfortably wealthy thanks to a gift of IBM stock from Leonard C. Hanna Jr. French's longtime companion was Roger Stearns, a New York Club owner. The couple lived together in apartments in Lakewood and Shaker Heights, Cleveland, until Stearns' death in 1958. Cole Porter etched on an ashtray owned by French "To the lovely loins of Roger Stoins."


In 1941 he moved to New York City, but at the end of the World War II he moved back to Cleveland and to the Cleveland Press and accepted a position as correspondent from Europe; while there he interviewed Noël Coward, Beatrice Lillie, and W. Somerset Maugham.


In 1936 he spent 6 weeks at the Hollywood home of Cole Porter and Linda Lee Thomas; French had met the Porters through their common friend, Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Through the Porters, he met Roger Stearns, Cole Porter's friend and French's future longtime companion.


French started his career at the Cleveland News and Time Magazine, to move to the Cleveland Press in 1933.

In 1933 he married wealthy heiress Margaret Hall Frueauff (she inherited $675,000 ($10,927,485 in 2021 dollars) from her father, Frank W. Frueauff); the marriage lasted only one year, ended in a divorce. She became a noted stage manager as Margaret Perry and married Burgess Meredith in 1936 (divorced in 1939). Perry was the daughter of Antoinette Perry, for whom the Tony Awards are named.


In the 1930s he was the first editor from a mainstream Cleveland newspaper to attend African-American nightclubs and report about the jazz culture that was spreading. For a time Winsor French used the pen-name of Noel Francis.


Winsor French (December 24, 1904 – March 6, 1973) was a society columnist for the Cleveland Press.

Winsor French was born on December 24, 1904, in Saratoga Springs, New York, the son of Winsor P. French (d. 1908), from a military family from Massachusetts, and Edith Ide French. After his father's death, Edith French remarried to Joseph Oriel Eaton II, founder of Eaton Corporation, and the family moved to Cleveland.