Home District Savings Bank

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Home District Savings Bank

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Dates of existence

est. 1830

History

The Home District Savings Bank was established at Toronto in 1830, as an institution to receive the savings of journeymen, tradesmen, mechanics, servants, and labourers.

Managers of the institution included: John H. Dunn, Joseph Wells, W.W. Baldwin, Alexander Wood, F.T. Billings, William Proudfoot, Jesse Ketchum, and George Munro.

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Rev. June/12.

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