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William Lupton Maude

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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.

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