2 edition of Life and anecdotes of Jemmy Wood, the eccentric banker, merchant, & draper, of Gloucester found in the catalog.
Life and anecdotes of Jemmy Wood, the eccentric banker, merchant, & draper, of Gloucester
Charles H. Savory
|Other titles||Life and anecdotes of James Wood, Esq., the eccentric millionaire, banker, and draper of Goucester|
|Contributions||Savory, Charles H. (printer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, , 10-104,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
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Life and anecdotes of Jemmy Wood, the eccentric banker, merchant & draper of Gloucester: also an account of the remarkable trial with reference to his will.
In profile Jemmy Wood bore a passing resemblance to Mr Punch following a good lunch – but James Wood esq, the eccentric banker eccentric banker, merchant and draper’ of the city of Gloucester, England who died aged 80 on this day in in his old house above the shop in Westgate Street – died very rich indeed.
His is a story of ‘not quites’. Savory, Charles H. Life and Anecdotes of Jemmy Wood, the eccentric banker, merchant and draper, of Gloucester.
Also an account of the remarkable trial with reference to his will. London & Cirencester: Kent & Co., advises Jemmy to go to the tailor, 3G-Jemmy ancl the silversmith, Mr. Wood’s advice on making a will, Peculiar personal characteristics, Mr.
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Jemmy was the proprietor of Gloucester Old Bank at 22 Westgate Street, a site now occupied by McDonalds restaurant. The bank had been founded in by Wood’s grandfather and was one of the earliest private banks in England. The premises operated both as a bank and a draper’s shop.
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