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John Meredith Graham

John Meredith Graham, American banker. Member Georgia Bankers Association (president 1930-1931), Kappa Alpha.; Member Christian (Disciples) Church; Club: Coosa Country (ex-president).

Background

  • Graham, John Meredith was born on November 9, 1873 in Pinewood, Tennessee, United States. Son of John Meredith, Senior, and Anna (Wright) G.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville, Tennessee. Student of University of Kentucky, 1888-1889. Washington and Lee University, 1889-1890.

    Career

    • Settled in Rome, 1896. In grocery business, later wholesale and retail hardware business until 1913. Organizer, 1913, and since president National City Bank.

      President City Land Company, National City Securities Company, Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association, Unit Bankers of Georgia. Vice president Eagle Stove Works. Director Georgia Power Company Chairman Red Cross and Liberty Loan Drives, World War.

      Member Assay Commission, appointed by President Wilson, 1921. Trustee Darlington School for Boys.

    Religion

    Membership

    Member Georgia Bankers Association (president 1930-1931), Kappa Alpha. Member Christian (Disciples) Church. Club: Coosa Country (ex-president).

    Connections

    • Married Maybeth Sullivan, November 5, 1902. Children: Laura Weller, Maybeth, John Meredith, Ann Bolling.
    • father: John Meredith Graham
    • mother: Anna (Wright) Graham
    • spouse: Maybeth Sullivan
    • children: Laura Weller Graham
    • Maybeth Graham
    • John Meredith Graham
    • Ann Bolling Graham
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