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Notes for Everett Burnham Guild


Guild, Everette Burnham (from Linda Ogborn scrapbook)
Everette Burnham Guild, 73, Delaware County's most prominent banker, died Wednesday (April 18, 1957) at 6 a.m., at Delaware Valley Hospital, Walton, where he had been a patient for four days. Death was caused by a coronary occlusion. Mr. Guild had not ben in good health for several months but had attended to his duties at the Walton bank Saturday. Sunday a physician was called and he entered the hospital Monday morning. Mr. Guild was born in Scranton, Pa., May 9, 1883, son of Rev. George E. Guild, D.D., and Mary Clark Guild. His father was a native of Walton. In 1905 he came to Downsville a the invitation of Charles E. Hulbert to work in the Downsville bank which was just being organized by Mr. Hulbert. In 1906 M. Hulbert was elected president of the Walton bank and brought Mr. Guild to Walton and he had been connected with the bank since. On July 17, 1907, Mr. Guild was united in marriage at Downsville to Frances Hulbert and Mr. and Mrs. Guild have resided at their home, 6 South Street, since. Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. C. C. Gregory of Oneonta, two grandsons, Peter B. and Melvin C. Gregory of Oneonta, and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Guild was president of the First National Bank & Trust Co. of Walton; president of the First National Bank of Sidney; treasurer of the Delaware County Agricultural Fair Association; director of the Chenango-Unadilla Telephone Co., director of the East Branch-Walton Foundry.


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