American National Bank
Bank of New Jersey
Broad National Bank Founded in 1925 as the Labor Cooperative National Bank, the Broad National Bank merged into the Independence Community Bank of Brooklyn in 1999.
Citizens National Bank: Merged into the Fidelity Union Trust Company of Newark in 1927.
City Trust Company of Newark: Merged into the Fidelity Union Trust Company of Newark in 1927.
Clinton Trust Company: Incorporated in 1909; acquired by the Fidelity Union Trust Company in 1947.
Federal Trust Company: Incorporated in 1901; merged into the National State Bank in 1958.
Fidelity Trust Company/Fidelity Union Bank Incorporated in 1887, in 1921 the Fidelity Trust Company merged with the Union National Bank and became the Fidelity Union Trust Companry; in 1981 the name was changed to Fidelity Union Bank. In 1984 Fidelity merged with the First National State Bank to become Fidelity Union Bank/First National State.
Fourteenth Ward Building and Loan Association
Guaranty Trust Company of New Jersey: Incorporated in 1925.
Guardian Trust Company of New Jersey Incorporated in 1926; merged with the Broad & Market National Bank of Newark in 1928 to form the New Jersey National Bank and Trust Company of Newark.
Hayes Circle National Bank and Trust Company: Incorporated in 1927, the Hayes Circle National Bank and Trust Company merged into the Federal Trust Company in 1930.
Ironbound Trust Company: Merged into the Fidelity Union Trust Company of Newark in 1927.
Labor Cooperative National Bank: Chartered in 1925; name changed to Labor National Bank in 1927; eventually became the Broad National Bank.
Lincoln National Bank: Chartered in 1924.
Merchants National Bank: Chartered in 1871. Merged with Manufacturers National Bank in 1920 to form the Merchantes Trust Company.
Mutual Bank of Roseville: Incorporated in 1913. Acquired by Franklin Capital Corp in 1928.
National Newark & Essex Banking Company The city's first bank was chartered in 1804 as the Newark Banking and Insurance Company. Subsequently it became the Newark Banking Company (1855); the National Newark Banking Company (1865); the National Newark & Essex Banking Company (1918); and the National Newark and Essex Bank (1962). It became the Midlantic National Bank in 1974.
National State Bank of Newark Initially (1812) the State Bank of Newark and renamed the National State Bank of Newark in 1865, in 1962 it became the First National State Bank of New Jersey, and in 1985 First Fidelity.
New Jersey National Bank and Trust Company: Formed by the merger of the Guardian Trust Company of New Jersey and the Broad and Market National Bank of Newark in 1928. Failed in 1932.
North End Bank: Merged into the Fidelity Union Trust Company of Newark in 1927.
United States Savings Bank of Newark Established in 1871, initially as the Germania Mutual Savings Institution and then the German Savings Bank (1872),the United States Savings Bank of Newark (1918) merged into the Hudson City Savings Bank in 1982.
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