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John Dabney Day

John Dabney Day, American banker. member Southern California Board of National Surety Company Chairman for Texas of commission to procure Red Cross nurses, World War, and active in Liberty Loan drives.

Background

  • Day, John Dabney was born on November 19, 1872 in Ladonia, Texas, United States. Son of Samuel and Nancy (Bourland) Day.

  • Education

    • Graduate Hill’s Business College, Waco, Texas. Completed course in law.

    Career

    • An organizer, 1907, and cashier Traders State Bank, Dallas. Bank consolidated, 1910, with First State Bank, of which was cashier and managing director. 1st vice president City National Bank, Dallas, 1915-1920.

      Vice president First National Bank, Los Angeles, California, 1920-1922. President, since 1922, Citizens National Bank, comprising group made up of Citizens Trust & Savings Bank, Citizens National Company and Citizens National Bank. Director Equitable Eastern Banking Corporation (New York).

      Member Southern California Board of National Surety Company Chairman for Texas of commission to procure Red Cross nurses, World War, and active in Liberty Loan drives.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member Southern California Board of National Surety Company Chairman for Texas of commission to procure Red Cross nurses, World War, and active in Liberty Loan drives.

    Connections

    • Married Nancy Adams Hayden, February 9, 1902.
    • father: Samuel Day
    • mother: Nancy (Bourland) Day
    • spouse: Nancy Adams Hayden
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    Born November 19, 1872
    Died June 22, 1929
    (aged 56)
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