Biographical Sketch of William Daniel Young

Young, William Daniel; banker; born, Cleveland, April 19, 1863; son of John P. and Elizabeth (Borger) Young; educated, public schools; married, Aug. 19, 1885, Bertha Knecht; issue, one son, Carlton W., one daughter, Elsie B.; Republican; began life as cash boy with E. I. Baldwin & Co., until 1880, when he was first employed by the National City Bank as messenger; rose through the grades of collector, clerk, bookkeeper, teller, asst. cashier and cashier to vice pres. (1913), also vice pres. Bloomfield Development Co.; pres. American Trading Co.; director The People’s Savings Bank Co.; member Iris Lodge, No. 229, IF. & A. M.; Webb Chapter, R. A. M.; Cleveland Council; Oriental Commandery, K. T.; Al Koran Temple, N. M. S.; Lake Erie Consistory, Scottish Rite; Automobile, Automobile Country, and Rotary Clubs. Recreation: Motoring.

MLA Source Citation:

The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914. Web. 30 January 2015. - Last updated on Mar 3rd, 2012

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