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On London-based bankers, Norman

1834: On Charles Lloyd Norman (1833-1889), banker, son of George Wade Norman, an investor in the Australian Agricultural Company and Sibella Stone, C. L. Norman married a first wife, Julia Cameron, and then Emily Mangles (daughter of director of the New Zealand Company Ross Donelly Mangles and Harriet Newcombe). The name Mangles is a London-based convict contractor name as discussed below, with connections to Western Australian settlement.

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See Burke's Peerage & Baronetage for Norman of Bromley Common. Youssef Cassis, 'Bankers in English Society in the late eighteenth century', Economic History Review, Series 2, Vol. 38, No. 2, May 1985., pp. 210-229., here p. 215. Sir Henry Clay, Lord Norman. London, Macmillan, 1957. pp. 1-12., here, p. 6. David Kynaston, The City of London: A World of its Own, 1815-1890. Vol. 1. London, Chatto and Windus, 1994., here, p. 29. G. W. Norman is a good example of how socially well-knit were bankers of a reforming outlook. He was "friend and neighbour" at Bromley Common to bankers such as Hankey, George Grote, Hay Cameron, Lubbock, Stone, Martin. See also, Pike, Dissent, variously.
(Genealogically, the name Norman links three generations earlier to the families of Stone and Herring, both names in banking history being instrumental in backing the origins of the bank managed by the later Sir Francis Baring.)

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Norman - 1834: On Charles Lloyd Norman (1833-1889), banker, son of George Wade Norman, an investor in the Australian Agricultural Company and Sibella Stone, C. L. Norman married a first wife, Julia Cameron, and then Emily Mangles (daughter of director of the New Zealand Company Ross Donelly Mangles and Harriet Newcombe). The name Mangles is a London-based convict contractor name as discussed below, with connections to Western Australian settlement. See Burke's Peerage & Baronetage for Norman of Bromley Common. Youssef Cassis, 'Bankers in English Society in the late eighteenth century', Economic History Review, Series 2, Vol. 38, No. 2, May 1985., pp. 210-229., here p. 215. Sir Henry Clay, Lord Norman. London, Macmillan, 1957. pp. 1-12., here, p. 6. David Kynaston, The City of London: A World of its Own, 1815-1890. Vol. 1. London, Chatto and Windus, 1994., here, p. 29. G. W. Norman is a good example of how socially well-knit were bankers of a reforming outlook. He was "friend and neighbour" at Bromley Common to bankers such as Hankey, George Grote, Hay Cameron, Lubbock, Stone, Martin. See also, Pike, Dissent, variously.
(Genealogically, the name Norman links three generations earlier to the families of Stone and Herring, both names in banking history being instrumental in backing the origins of the bank managed by the later Sir Francis Baring.)

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