Usher and Thrall bank
During the mid nineteenth century, Monroe, Green County, Wisconsin, USA had two banks. One was N. R. Usher & Co. also known as Usher & Thrall.1 It was not a bank of issue, and after three or four years of trading, it closed in 1864, probably as a response to the National Banking Act which gave incentives for banks to submit to Federal supervision.
George Evans Thrall who was born on 4 February 1821 and died on 29 April 1905, is known to have moved to Monroe with his family and he went into the banking firm of Usher and Thrall.
|American Thrall history|
|Arrival||Introduction · William Thrall b.1605|
|Stories||Charles Holmes Thrall - the spy · Usher & Thrall Bank|
|Records||William Thrall's 1678 will · Eliphas Thrall's 1833 will · Family bible · Obituary for Edith Flint Thrall · Windsor records|
|Genealogies||Family tree · Genealogy of Walter G Thrall · Genealogy of D Stephan Thrall|
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