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William Lupton Maude

William Lupton Maude, British banker. Decorated Mons Star, King’s medal (Great Britain), Victory medal (United States). Served in British army as pilot R.A.F., 1914-1919.; Member Chamber of Commerce (past president), Savings Banks Life Insurance Committee, National Association Mutual Savings Banks.

Background

  • Maude, William Lupton was born on January 6, 1894 in Leeds, England. Son of Joseph and Ellen (Boothman) Maude.

  • Education

    • Educated private schools, Yorkshire, England married Katharine Vickers, September 28, 1920. 1 son, Edward J.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1914, naturalized, 1925. Active in building construction and real estate, Montclair, New Jersey and area, 1925-1932. Joined Howard Savings Institution, Newark, 1932, vice president, 1937, member board of managers, 1944, president, 1944-1961, chairman, since 1961.

      Executive committee, council administration National Association Mutual Savings Banks. Trustee Bureau Municipal Research, Newark. Civilian aide to the United States secretary war, state New Jersey.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served in British army as pilot R.A.F., 1914-1919. Member Chamber of Commerce (past president), Savings Banks Life Insurance Committee, National Association Mutual Savings Banks. Clubs: Economic (New York City).

    Connections

    • father: Joseph Maude
    • mother: Ellen (Boothman) Maude
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    Born January 6, 1894
    Died October, 1966
    (aged 72)
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