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Michigan

Jackson

on his removal from Jackson, Mr. Whitwell withdrew, and the business was continued very successfully by Mr. Loomis, who is now president of the same institution, which is one of the principal banking houses in the city, under the name of P. B. Loomis & Co. The " Interest and Deposit Bank " was established February 3d, 1869, by Douglass Gibson and Thomas Westren, and is one of the successful banking institutions, Mr. Gibson being president, and Mr. Westren cashier. The First National Bank was authorized to commence business on the 20th February, 1865, with Alonzo Bennett as president, and John C. Bon-nell as cashier. In January, 1878, Mr. Frank C. Bennett succeeded Mr. Bonnell as cashier. The People's National Bank was established June 6th, 1865, with Henry A. Hayden as president, and John M. Root as cashier. In 1871 Mr. Root was elected president and Willard C. Lewis cashier, and these gentlemen are now acting. The Jackson County Bank commenced business May 1st, 1872. The present officers are Horace C. Ismon, president, and H. B. Perrin, cashier

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