Person:James Savage (19)

m. 10 Apr 1765
  1. James Savage1784 - 1873
m. 25 Apr 1823
  1. Emma Savage1824 - 1911
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Name James Savage
Gender Male
Birth[1] 13 Jul 1784 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 25 Apr 1823 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Stillman
Death[1] 8 Mar 1873 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
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James Savage (1784–1873) was one of the founding fathers of Provident Institution for Savings in the Town of Boston established in 1816 as the first chartered savings bank in the United States. James was also well known for his research as an antiquary as author of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England; A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England". And, was instrumental in helping his son-in-law William Barton Rogers establish MIT, as well as, helping his cousin Frederic Tudor establish the ice trade in the West Indies, among many other ventures.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Old Boston Families, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol. 68:22-24.
  2.   James Savage (banker), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.