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Oliver Clyde Fuller

Oliver Clyde Fuller, American banker. member Jones & Fuller (bonds), 1886-1889; Member American Bankers’ Association (president Trust Company Section, 1910-1911), Wisconsin Secretary S.A.R., Society Colonial Wars.

Background

  • Fuller, Oliver Clyde was born on September 13, 1860 in Clarkesville, Georgia, United States. Son of Henry A. and Caroline M. (Wyly) Fuller.

  • Education

    • Education public and private schools, Atlanta, and University of Georgia, class 1880.

    Career

    • And later partner wholesale mercantile business, with father, as H. A. Fuller & Son. Member Jones & Fuller (bonds), 1886-1889. Located in Milwaukee, 1891.

      Established firm of Oliver C. Fuller & Company, bonds, 1893. Organized, 1903, president Wisconsin Trust Company. Later Chairman of the Board First Wisconsin National Bank (consolidated of First National and Wisconsin National Banks of Milwaukee), First Wisconsin Trust Company, First Wisconsin Company.

      Retired, 1926.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Jones & Fuller (bonds), 1886-1889. Member American Bankers’ Association (president Trust Company Section, 1910-1911), Wisconsin Secretary S.A.R., Society Colonial Wars. Clubs: Milwaukee, Town, Country, University, Athletic (Milwaukee).

    Connections

    • Married Kate FitzHugh Caswell, May 25, 1881. Children: Mistress.
    • father: Henry A. Fuller
    • mother: Caroline M. (Wyly) Fuller
    • spouse: Kate FitzHugh Caswell
    • child: Mrs Fuller
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    Born September 13, 1860
    Died August 17, 1942
    (aged 81)
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