Bank of Stockport
Image: cheque form of Stockport branch of Bank of Stockport, 19th century © RBS 2018
Bank of Stockport (1836-1872) was a past constituent of NatWest.
This joint stock bank was established in Stockport in 1836 as Bank of Stockport. It moved into purpose-built premises in 1869, when deposits were £191,453. Bank of Stockport was acquired by Manchester & County Bank in 1872.
Summary of our archive holdings
Our archival records of Bank of Stockport have the reference code BST.
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- deed of settlement 1836
- directors’ meeting minute books 1836-1868
- deeds of appointment of trustees 1837, 1846
- deed of covenant re shareholdings 1849
- half-yearly shareholder report 1850
- managers' notebook 1858-1884
- manager’s commission register 1864-1885
- list of shareholders eligible for directorships 1865-1872
- annual general meeting minutes 1869-1871
- balances book 1836-1893
- bills of exchange 1857-1860, 1866
- customer securities 1853-1874
- customer account passbook 1861-1892
- customer account statement 1866-1868
- credit slips 1871
- declarations of secrecy book 1836-1898
- employment agreement 1857
- tender re construction of new bank 1868