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Herbert Vaughan Alward

Herbert Vaughan Alward, Canadian banker. Member Chamber of Commerce (director Portland, San Francisco), California Bankers Association (president 1949-1950).

Background

  • Alward, Herbert Vaughan was born on April 18, 1880 in New Brunswick, Canada. Son of Freeman and Sarah (Keith) Alward.

  • Education

    • Student Provincial Normal School, Frederickton, N.B., 1896-1897, American Institute Banking, 1905-1906, New York University, 1906-1908, 11-12.

    Career

    • January 30, 1920); children—Kate (Mistress George S. Campion), Herbert Vaughan. Married second Elizabeth Hailey, May 28, 1937. Came to the United States, 1901, naturalized, 1906.

      With Bank of Nova Scotia, Sussex, N.B., 1899-1901, First National Bank, Missoula, Montana, 1901-1906, Seaboard National Bank, New York City, 1906-1908. Cashier First National Bank, Kalispell, Montana, 1908-1915, Commercial National Bank, Great Falls, Montana, 1915-1916. Vice president, cashier Fidelity Trust Company, Tacoma, Washington, 1916-1919.

      Assistant manager Bank of California, Tacoma, 1919-1925, joint manager, Seattle, 1925-1927, manager, Portland, 1927-1936, vice president, cashier, senior vice president, San Francisco, 1936-1950, retired 1950. Director Edward Hines Lumber Company, Chicago Advisory board R.F.C., Portland, Oregon.

    Membership

    Member Chamber of Commerce (director Portland, San Francisco), California Bankers Association (president 1949-1950).

    Connections

    • Married Kate Montelius, September 8, 1910 (deceased.; married second Elizabeth Hailey, May 28, 1937. Children: Kate (Mistress.
    • father: Freeman Alward
    • mother: Sarah (Keith) Alward
    • spouses: Kate Montelius
    • 2d Elizabeth Hailey
    • child: Kate (Mrs Alward
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    Born April 18, 1880
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