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Mills familylocked

(per. 1773–1939)
  • Youssef Cassis

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Mills family (per. 1773–1939), bankers, was one of the most distinguished families in English banking and came to prominence with William Mills (1714–1782). Five generations of Millses were partners in Glyn's, England's foremost private banking house, from its foundation in 1753 to its take-over by the ...

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