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George Bidwell Morley

George Bidwell Morley, American banker. Member board of trustees of Home for the Aged, Saginaw Welfare League.

Background

  • Morley, George Bidwell was born on October 16, 1857 in Painesville, Ohio, United States. Son of John Rufus and Catharine Bidwell (McVay) Morley.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools, Fort Scott, Kansas.

    Career

    • With Second National Bank (now Second National Bank and Trust Company), Saginaw, since 1876, teller until 1882, cashier, 1882-1901, president 1901-1929, Chairman of the Board, since 1929. President Michigan Sugar Сompany. Vice president Wallace & Morley Company, Wallace Stone Company.

      Director Huron Portland Cement Company, Consolidated Coal Company, Bad Axe Grain Company, Brewer-Neinstedt Lumber Company. Director Detroit Branch Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

    Membership

    Member board of trustees of Home for the Aged, Saginaw Welfare League.

    Connections

    • Married Lulu Avery, April.
    • father: John Rufus Morley
    • mother: Catharine Bidwell (McVay) Morley
    • spouse: Lulu Avery
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    Born October 16, 1857
    Died December 25, 1935
    (aged 78)
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