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1792
WOOD, PITT & CO [Benjamin Wood]
1797
WOOD, PITT & CO [Jacob Wood 1820]
1817
TETBURY SAVINGS BANK instituted
1820
WOOD, PITT, BOWLEY & CROOME of Cirencester
1822
SAVINGS BANK, Town Hall; James John Quarrier Myles, secretary
1822
WOOD, PITT & CO, Long Street
1827
WOOD, PITT & CO paid rates of £18 15s on New Bank & £6 on Old Bank
Poor Rates
1830
WOOD, PITT & CO, draw on Esdaile & Co, London
1830
SAVINGS BANK, Edward Burchell, actuary
1831
Wood & Co private bank merged with Joint Stock Bank, Gloucestershire Banking Company
1834
Pitt & Co, private bank merged with Joint Stock Bank, County of Gloucester Banking Company
1836
Mr James Wood, the famous miserly banker of Gloucester died in April 1836
1840
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street. Draw on Glyn & Co [est.1/8/1836]
SAVINGS BANK, Chipping Lane
1842
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, draws on Glyn, Halifax, Mills & Co, London. Manager Joseph Wood
SAVINGS BANK, Francis Brown, actuary [open every Wednesday]
1844
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, draws on Glyn, Halifax, Mills & Co, London. Manager Joseph Wood
SAVINGS BANK, Francis Brown, actuary [open every Wednesday]
1850
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK Long St (draws on Glyn Halifax & Co, London) Joseph Wood Manager
SAVINGS BANK Chipping Lane Francis Brown Actuary
1852
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, draws on Glyn, Halifax, Mills & Co, London. Manager Joseph Wood
SAVINGS BANK, Chipping Lane Francis Brown, actuary [open every Wednesday]1855SAVINGS BANK number of depositors at end of year total 1430 depositing a total of £40,994 9s 2d
1856
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street; Manager H.G.Wood, draw on Glyn & Co
SAVINGS BANK, the Chipping; actuary Francis Brown [open Weds 12-1]
1859
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street; Manager H.G.Wood, draw on Glyn & Co
SAVINGS BANK, the Chipping; actuary Francis Brown [open Weds 12-1]
1860
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street; Manager H.G.Wood, draw on Glyn & Co - BANK on Long Street owned by Joseph Wood, occupied by Henry Wood [poor rates]
SAVINGS BANK, the Chipping; actuary Francis Brown [open Weds 12-1]
BANKING COMPANY owned Savings Bank, Chipping Lane, occupied by Patience Crew
Poor Rates
1863
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street; manager Henry Goldney Wood draw on Glyn & Co
SAVINGS BANK, The Chipping; Francis Brown, actuary, [open Weds 12-1]
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK money orders issued and paid from 9am-6pm, 8pm on Sat
1868
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, draws on Glyn, Mills & Co, London. Manager Henry Golding Wood SAVINGS BANK, The Chipping; Francis Brown, actuary, [open Weds]
1870
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, draws on Glyn, Mills Currie & Co, London. Manager Henry G Wood
SAVINGS BANK, the Chipping; actuary Francis Brown [open Weds 12-1]
1874
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Manager Henry G Wood
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK money orders issued and paid
1876
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK, Long Street; Manager Henry Goldney Wood
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK money orders issued and paid
1884
TETBURY SAVINGS BANK published it's annual accounts for the year 1882-83.  There was a total number of 1138 investors with the largest group having between £1 and £5 invested.  The largest investors had over £200.  In addition to private investors were 3 penny banks, 23 charitable societies and 4 friendly societies.  E.W.Estcourt was the chairman and Francis Brown Jun. actuary.
1885
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK LTD, Long Street; Manager William Henry Ward draw on London & Westminster Bank Limited, London, E.C
SAVINGS BANK, The Chipping; Francis Brown, actuary, [open Weds 12-1]
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK, Long Street
1889
COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK LTD ( Arthur Dunsford Manager) Long Street; Draw On London & Westminster Bank Limited London E.C
TETBURY PENNY BANK (Tetbury Savings Banks) this bank closed it's books when the accounts of the Trustee Savings Bank were to be transferred to the Post Office Savings Bank. An advert in the  Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Saturday 09 March 1889 (page 1) invited all to attend the bank in March for repayment or reinvestment of their money.
1891
Premises of the late Tetbury Savings Bank were up for sale
1897

COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER BANK LTD [now Lloyds Bank] Albert Appleby Manager Long Street Draw On London Office 72 Lombard Street E.C1908WILTS & DORSET BANKING COMPANY – opened branch office
1901
TETBURY PENNY BANK (Tetbury Savings Bank) -  Despite every effort made to repay all depositors with their money many were still owed. The Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Saturday 19 January 1901 (page 1) ran an advert giving notice that from the 30th April 1901 they would deal with any remaining money as they thought fit. Any applications for funds as were listed in tables could be made to Francis Brown, Bamford House. There then followed lists of depositors with amounts not exceeding 3d (3 old pence, in new pence it would have been about 1.5 pence), those with between 3d-6d; 6d-1s(hilling) and so forth. There are many well known Tetbury family names.
1914
LONDON, CITY & MIDLAND BANK – new branch to be opened in town
LLOYDS BANK LTD (Edward Thomas Boyce manager) Long Street draw on London office 71 Lombard Street E.C
WILTS & DORSET Bank Limited (James Garton manager) Church Street Draw On London County & Westminster Bank Limited London E.C
1919
LLOYDS BANK LTD, Long Street; manager George Smith Tovey; draw on London Office, Lombard Street, London, EC3
1921
LONDON JOINT CITY & MIDLAND BANK – opened on Long Street
1923
Lloyds Bank Limited (George Smith Tovey manager) Long Street ; draw on London Office 71 Lombard Street EC3
London Joint City & Midland Bank Ltd (Branch) ( William McClure manager) ; open daily 10 am to 3 pm ; Wed 10 am to 4 pm ; Sat 9 am to 12 noon, Long Street ; draw on head office 5 Thread Needle St London EC2
2015
HSBC bank on Long Street closes on 4 December
2017
Lloyds bank on Long Street announces closure
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