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Charles Eben Jackson


C. E. JACKSON, MIDDLETOWN: Banker, Vice-President Middlesex Banking Company.

Charles Eben Jackson was born in Middletown, January 25, 1849. He was educated at St. Paulís School, Concord, N.H., receiving a thorough preparation for the business activities of life. After leaving school he engaged as a clerk in a mercantile establishment, and later in a banking office in New York city. In 1872 he made the acquaintance of Miss Evelyn Quintard, daughter of E. A. Quintard of New York city, whom he married in 1873, and by whom he has had eight children, seven of them now living. 
  

Mr. Jackson has for a number of years been at the head of the Middletown banking house of C. E. Jackson & Co., well known among the reputable financial institutions of the state. He is also vice-president of the Middlesex Banking Company, treasurer of the Berkeley Divinity School, and of the Russell Library Company, and has minor official connection with other institutions of Middletown.  He is by religious faith and profession an Episcopalian, being a member and senior warden of Holy Trinity parish. He has been connected with the republican party, but latterly his political inclinations are decidedly "mugwumpian."

It may be said without impropriety that Mr. Jackson has a well-founded reputation in business circles as an able and honorable financier, whose business methods and management entitle his firm to the utmost confidence of the community.
  

SourceIllustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut - 1891 Compiled and Published by J. A. Spalding Hartford Conn.  Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company 1891
  


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