Group    From 1829  To 1968

District Bank

Categories: Commerce

Founded as Manchester and Liverpool District Bank. Name shortened to District Bank in 1924. 1962 acquired by the National Provincial Bank but traded separately until the 1968 merger with Westminster Bank.

Admitted to the Bankers Clearing House in 1862.

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District Bank

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Bankers Clearing House - 6

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Owen Owen

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Francis Chappell & Sons

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Worshipful Company of Skinners

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Alannah Weston

Alannah Weston

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Penny Savings Bank

Penny Savings Bank

From Tottenham Quakers  "In 1798 Priscilla Wakefield founded the first "frugality bank" in England. This she founded at Ship Inn Yard in Tottenham. It was intended to help people on lower incomes t...

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1 memorial