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1736

Hans X. Disler arrived in Philadelphia

1739

John KRYDER b. 1739 in Alsace, Germany

1763

Sugar Act of 1764

1765

John KRYDER Jr. b. 8/9/1768

1783
1773

Anna Storm b. 11/27/1773

1784
1791

First Bank of the United States, a private institution, was chartered by Bank of England in 1791

John Kryder, Jr, married Anna Storm , Buffalo Valley - then Northumberland County PA

1793

1794

1795


Anthony Wayne concluded the Treaty of Greenville with Fort Wayne area Indians, which Chief Metea (Pottawatomie) signed

1800

10/11/1800 John Kryder III b. , Center County, Tenn


1803

John KRYDER d. 1803

1805

10/21/1805 Eliza Pepple b. Hagerstown, Maryland

Abraham Disler b. Stark County, Ohio

1816

Second Bank of the United States chartered for 20 years

John Kryder, Jr. was commissioner of early Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio and member of county board in Lake Township;

1806

Indiana became a state; Thomas Lincoln, father of Abraham, moved to Indiana; Chief Jean-Baptist de Richardville became Chief of the Miami Indians;

1819

Samuel Hanna, of Scott County Kentucky, "father of Fort Wayne's roads and railroads," arrived in Fort Wayne. He opened a mercantile with his cousin James Barnett.

1820

First Wed. in May, Charter of the Aetna Life Insurance Company

1822

1823

3/22/1823 Wayne Lodge of Masons organized, Alexander Ewing, Worshipful Grand Master

Original area of in the organization of Allen County, officially organized 12/17/1823, included Steuben, Dekalb, Allen, Adams, Wells, Huntington, most of Noble, Whitley, and LaGrange counties; named proposed in honor of Colonel John Allen, a Kentuckian

Allen Hamilton arrived in Fort Wayne with Col. Vance. to work as clerk in the government land office.

1824

JPMorgan Chase Bank,1111 Polaris Parkway Columbus,OH 43240 : 1/1/1824 = Bank One TX (1863) = First National TX (1889) =Premier Bank, National Association 451 Florida Boulevard Baton Rouge,LA 70801: 7/2/1877 =Aetna

Alachua County, Florida created, with boundaries from the Georgia border to Port Charlotte

"American System" conceived for canals, roads, ways and means to link America

John C. Calhoun created within the War Department, the Bureau of Indian Affairs

9/18/1824 First Lots in the Original Plat of Fort Wayne sold at Washington Hall

1825

10/31/1828 death of John Kryder, Jr.

1827

Sion S. Bass born in Kentucky

1828

1829

9/07/1829 Town of Fort Wayne was incorporated.

1832

First Allen County Courthouse built in the public square

Samuel Hanna, (along with James Barnett, Allen Hamilton and Francis Comparet) was the state of Indiana's financial agent for the construction of the old Wabash and Erie Canal

1833

President Andrew Jackson made federal deposits in 23 of the state banks, referred to at the time as "pet banks."

Asa Fairfield, of a seafaring family from Maine, came to Fort Wayne and purchased 240 acres of what was to become South Wayne

1834

There were about 400 inhabitants of the settlement around Fort Wayne

11/05/1999 #4393 Old National Bank est. 11/11/1834 merged into #3832 Old National Bank est. 08/27/1907

1835

State Bank of Indiana chartered;

first German locomotive ran

Aetna of Hartford suffered heavy losses due to the New York Fire; J.P.Morgan's grandfather, a modest inn keeper acquired most of the company's stock

11/9/1835 Birth of John H. Bass, Salem, Livingstone, Kentucky

1837

beginning of Stark County Mutual Insurance Company, Canton, Ohio

1839

Bank One, Indiana, National Association 111 Monument Circle Indianapolis,IN 46277 : 1/1/1839

First frame house built in South Wayne, by Asa Fairfield, 814 West Creighton Avenue

1840

John Kryder, inn keeper, Berlin, Stark County

2/22/1840 A new Charter for the City of Fort Wayne, authored by Hon. Franklin P. Randall, was passed at the 1839-40 session of the Indiana Legislature

9/16/1840 Harrison W. Kryder b. , Stark Co. OH

1842

In 1842 Fort Wayne's first commercial industrial enterprise was constructed by Jesse L. Williams and Allen Hamilton, City Mills. It was sold to Pliny Hoagland, then to Christian Tressalt in 1870

1843

6/22/1843 John Kryder III came to Cedarville (Allen County, Indiana) where he resided until his death in 1895

1844

Hedekin House was erected on Barr Street, for many years the town's leading hostelry

1845

Florida was admitted to the Union; David Levy Yulee, a supporter of slavery married to the ex-governor (or by some accounts Postmaster General) of Kentucky's daughter, was elected senator and became known as the "Father of Florida's Railroads..."

1846

Windsor (Florida) Settled in 1846 as a cotton plantation

1847

Second Allen County courthouse built

8/5/1847 Asa Fairfield offered the flouring mills owned by Fairfield & Freeman for sale

1848

Sion S. Bass came to Fort Wayne

Mr. Hedekin, Sr. grocery opened at corner of Columbia and Barr

Ellis Worthington & John D. Hough, Attorneys at Law

1849

Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, was Postmaster General in Taylor's Cabinet; Thomas Ewing used his senatorial influence to purchase 510,000 acres of Virginia Land Scrip from "large dealers"

Congress shifted the Indian Office from the Department of War to the newly created Department of the Interior;

Sion Bass was employed by the western fur traders, Ewing, Chute, and Company;

1850

Ewing , Chute & Company headquartered in Fort Wayne; dealers in furs and skins

 

1851


5/24/1851 Fort Wayne Chapter No 19 R. A. M. Chartered May 24 1851

Proposed amendment to the Stark Co. Mutual Insurance Co., by Mr. Kryder

1852

Wells Fargo Bank, National Association 464 California Street San Francisco,CA 94120 : 1/1/1852

1853


"The Hamilton National bank was founded in 1853 , whcn Allen Hamilton, Hugh McCulloch and Jesse L. Williams formed a partnership known as Allen Hamilton and Company, to "conduct a private bank of discount and deposit."

Jones, Bass & Company

9/15//1853 First overland mail stages simultaneously left St.Louis and San Francisco

1854

Bank One, Kentucky, National Association 416 West Jefferson Street Louisville,KY 40232 : 1/1/1854

L.M. Ninde, Attorney at Law, corner of Wayne and Calhoun, Fort Wayne

H. Rudisill and H.J. Rudisill, woolen manufactory

1855

State Bank of Indiana name changed to The Bank of the State of Indiana Branch at Fort Wayne, Hugh McCulloch elected president.

American Express Company, Charles W. Lewis, Fort Wayne Agent

1857

In 1857 Asa Fairfield erected an elaborate residence on Jefferson Avenue, Fort Wayne. It was torn down in 1932 to make way for a gas station.

1858

"Bank of the State of Indiana Branch at Fort Wayne, July 6, 1855, On Wednesday next this Branch Bank will remove to the office of W.G. & G.W. Ewing, two doors north of... Reed's Drug Store and will occupy the same for its office while the Banking House is undergoing repairs. C.D. Bond, cashier."

1860

"The Straus Brothers" was founded in Ligonier, Indiana commencing the first generation of Straus investors;

John D. Hough, Aetna agent in Fort Wayne; Rurode Dry Goods est.

John Kryder was Republican candidate for Representative to the Indiana State legislature;

Abraham Lincoln was Republican candidate for President;

9/01/1860 Dissolution of S.C. Evans & Co.; survivor "New York Cash Store"

from 1860-1863, Bass & Force was run by Bass and Samuel Hanna; in 1863 Samuel Hanna transferred his interest to his son, Horace Hanna

 

1861

First and Hamilton bank had its beginning in 1861, when J. D. Nuttman, of Decatur, opened the Citizens' bank, :.a private institution, with W.-B. Fisher

February: Polk County, Florida was established by an Act of the Florida Legislature

2/09/1861 Jefferson Davis was elected president of the Confederate States of America

3/04/1861 Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated.

("...May 16, 1861 issue. While these bonds had a...ten year maturation, they were to become fully convertible into treasury notes in July of 1863. These notes were redeemable for coin upon demand." - U.S. Banking historical reference)

Sion S. Bass was killed in the battle of Shiloh

 

1862

Harrison Walter Kryder, son of John Kryder III and Eliza K. Pepple, married Mary Ann Treace (alt. Trease), a full-blooded Indian chief's daughter, 1/01/1862

Chartered by Congress in 1862 to build part of the first trans-continental railway, the Union Pacific Railroad was given thousands of acres of public lands, generous loan grants along with the rights to borrow private capital.

 

1863

National Bank Act

"in 1863, Mr. Nuttman became associated with Samuel Hanna, upon whose advice he organized a national bank to succeed the Citizens'."

First National Bank of Indiana was the eleventh in the United States organized under the new laws;

Fort Wayne National Bank , no. 11, was chartered in 5/22/1863, Charter signed by Hugh McCulloch, 1863 under The National Bank Act, as the Fort Wayne National Bank ; opened 7/1/1863

in 1863 Samuel Hanna transferred his interest to his son, Horace Hanna

1864

Plat of Sec 28 in Cedarville, shows Harrison W. Kryder, son of John Jryder III and Eliza Pepple, and Mary Ann Treace, a Princess of full Indian heritage, occupied the parcel of land (left) on the confluence of the St. Joseph's Branch of the Maumee River and Cedar Creek, the site of Chief Metea's Village

Florida seceded from the Union

1/12/1864 Judge Samuel Hanna became a director of Fort Wayne National Bank

Root & Co. began business in Fort Wayne

Star Bank, National Association, Kentucky 50 East Rivercenter Boulevard Covington,KY 41011 : 11/18/1864

 

1865

1/01/1865 Coupons and Gold Bond interest due on Placerville and Sacramento Valley Railroad, payable at Wells, Fargo, & Co.

3/07/ 1865 Hugh McCulloch, president of the State Bank of Indiana, entered President Lincoln's cabinet as secretary of the Treasury, succeeding Salmon P. Chase.

4/14/1865 Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in Washington, DC.

4/15/1865 John P. Usher of Indiana became consulting attorney for the Union Pacific Railroad.

5/15/1865, a wagon train carrying high ranking government officials, the personal baggage of Jefferson Davis, documents, the remains of the Confederate Treasury, (gold coin) stopped at Senator David Levy Yulee' s Cotton Wood Plantation near Archer, Florida . The group scattered but all were arrested. Officials were pardoned and given high-ranking positions in the new federal government- the gold was never found.

 

August 1865 Fort Wayne National Bank succeeded The Bank of the State of Indiana; Jesse L. Williams resigned as president and was succeeded by Charles D. Bond, cashier of the earlier institution

1866

Sion Bass and Jane Todd Bass moved from Kentucky to Fort Wayne


1868

Mary Todd Lincoln traveled to Frankfurt, Germany where she remained for three years


1869

John H. Bass founded the St. Louis Car Wheel Company, St. Louis

Clarence Frank Kryder b. August, Cedar Creek Township;

Horatio Nelson Lay sold railway bonds in London, hired British engineers to design and build railways in Japan, purchased the necessary equipment for the Meiji government

1870

1/01/1870 Work commenced on the Transandine Railroad aka the Callao, Lima & Oroya Railroad

In 1842 Fort Wayne's first commercial industrial enterprise was constructed by Jesse L. Williams and Allen Hamilton, City Mills. It was sold to Pliny Hoagland, then to Christian Tressalt in 1870; mill called C. Tressalt & Sons

1871

Founding of the German Empire

John H. Bass and Stephen B. Bond incorporated Citizens Street Railway Company

Due: May 16, 1861 issue...these (government) bonds had a...ten year maturation,

Minnie Viola Disler was born November 1871 in Cedar Creek Township, Allen County, IN

1872

Adams County Bank (Indiana) founded, Nuttman & Niblick

The German Securities and Discount Bank of Frankfort, Germany was established by merger with the banking house of L.A. Hahn

Crédit Mobilier of America

6/12/1872 start of regular passenger trains in Japan

Star Bank, National Association, Indiana 8th And Promenade Richmond,IN 47374 F: 6/15/1872

1873

Brothers John and Matthew Clark obtained a concession from the Argentinean government to build a railway from Buenos Aires to the Chilean frontier;

The Lincoln National Bank, Cincinnati was incorporated in 1873.

10/8/1873 John H. Bass became a director of Fort Wayne (First) National Bank

joint stock company was formed- Bass Foundry and Machine Works; Chicago Foundry

1874

Reorganization of Adams County Bank

June 1874 The Hamilton Bank

"The Hamilton bank, which succeeded- the institution of.Allen .Hamilton and company, was incorporated in June 1.874, with a, capital of $200, 000. Charles McCulloch was the first president, with John Mohr.Jr:, as cashier, and Joseph D. Mohr as assistant cashier; The-'directors were Charles Mc- Culloch, - Jesse L. Williams, .Montgomery Hamilton, William Fleming, Frederick. Eckart, August Trentman, and Edward P. Williams.

 

1875

1876

July 1876 Mitsui Bank established as a private bank.(Capital stock: ¥ 2 million)

1877

1878

Founding of the Edison Electric Light Company

New York Life Insurance Co., W.S. Buck special agent

1879

Local real estate pioneer Louis F. Curdes came to Fort Wayne

"In November, 1879, the Hamilton bank was merged into the Hamilton National bank, with a capital of $200,000 and a surplus, of $30,000. The charter of. this bank expired in •1899, at which time the institution was reorganized with Charles McCulloch as president, John Mohr, Jr., as cashier, John Ross McCulloch and Frank H. Poole as assistant cashiers."

1880

1881

Hamilton Disston, a saw maker fro Pennnsylvania, et al. announced plans to drain the Florida everglades

1882

S.W. Straus and Co. was established to deal in first mortgage investments in city real estate

White National Bank in Fort Wayne was organized by Hon. James E. White and son John W. White;

death of May Todd Lincoln, estate $84,035 (mostly in bonds). She died intestate (like Abraham).

1883

First National Bank John D. Nuttman President, succeeded by Oscar Simons until 1887

Barnett Bank of Tampa 101 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, FL 33602 : 1/1/1883 Inactive as of: June 29, 1996

7/11/1883 The State of Florida awarded the mostly Philadelphian capitalists of "The Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal and Okeechobee Land and Drainage Company" 535,385 acres of land for its operations. The company had already reclaimed more than a half million acres in Florida.

1884

Fort Wayne National Bank changed its name to Old National Bank; Directors were S.B.Bond, Montgomery Hamilton and O.P. Morgan

First and Tri-State National Bank and Trust chartered as First National;

5/18/1884 Death of Cyrus Hall McCormick, Chicago; May 1884

THE QUAKER ORANGE COMPANY ARCHER FL Filed 11/01/1884 State FL

1885

Dubois County Bank, Jasper, Indiana est. 07/25/1885

  • 09/09/1999 Dubois County Bank, Jasper, Indiana est. 07/25/1885, merged into #4393 Old National Bank est. 11/11/1834

Henry M. Flagler purchased his first Florida railroad

USX CORPORATION : 600 Grant Street, Room 1500 , PITTSBURGH, PA 15219 : 12/10/1885:

1886

7/1/1886 Capt. James B. White was chosen as Democratic candidate for congress

10/10/1886 Death of Senator David Levy Yulee, Father of Florida's railroads

12/10/1886 Suicide Death of Oscar Simons (in the presence of his brother-in-law), President of First National Bank and Jenny Electric In Fort Wayne, a man with no problems or worries, it was said...

1887

Death of J.D. Nuttman. John H. Bass became new First National president

8/22/1887 John H. Bass and Stephen B. Bond bought Fort Wayne Street Railway Company in a mortgage foreclosure

1888

1889

In 1889, Wing & Mahurin, 27 Calhoun Street, architects of the Elektron (Standard) Building, were the eldest architectural firm in the city of Fort Wayne

John Lillie, dealer in white lime cement

From 1889 to 1893, Robert Todd Lincoln served as U.S. Minister to Great Britain

1890

The Lincoln National Bank, Washington, DC was chartered March 1890-

STATE BANK OF LAKELAND 06/26/1890 State FL DISSOLVED 10/21/1974

1891

John F. Wild of Noblesville, Indiana. founded Indiana's first bond house in Anderson, moving it to Indianapolis shortly thereafter.

Formation of General Electric Co.;

Asa Griggs Candler et al. organized the Atlanta Coca Cola Company with $100,000 capital

1892

Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co., established

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY P.O. BOX 1048 ST. AUGUSTINE FL 05/28/1892

1893

The Union Pacific Railroad went into receivership; financial panic caused a depression;

NORTHERN INDIANA RAILROAD COMPANY : 9/28/1893 : 1/1/1975

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO 08/30/1893 DISS 10/21/1974

1894

2/8/1894 John W. White purchased the site of the White Wheel works which had burned down in 1891

to re-establish a tenant system of farming, American Bankers Association decided not to renew any loans as of 9/1/1894

12/02/1894 Frank Harry Kryder born, Adams County, Indiana near Decatur

1895

12/12/1895 The Home Telephone Company was incorporated by George W. Beers, Charles S. Bash, Louis Fox, W.J. Vesey and Charles McCulloch

(6/22/1843 John Kryder III came to Cedarville (Allen County, Indiana) where he resided until his death in 12/31/1895) ; His estate was open for 10 years.

1896

Charles McCulloch was president of Hamilton National Bank

Henry M. Flagler disposed of his interests in the Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation Company

7/27/1896 Death of Eliza H. Straus

1897

2/5/1897 Cuban syndicate purchased the St. Cloud sugar plantation established by Hamilton Disston.

THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY (R.L. Romy) : 190948-012 Creation : 2/27/1897 Inactive : 1/1/1970

8/12/1897 National Telephone and Telegraph Company organized at Fort Wayne; George W. Beers, pres. and S. M. Foster director

1898

"Work began on the factories, stores, and homes that would become known as Sebring, Ohio " The Sebring brothers were Oliver, George, Ellsworth, Frederick, and William... Sebring was known as the "Pottery Capital of The World."

1899

The Royal Bank of Canada established branches in Havana

1900

Seaboard Airline Railway formed;

Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder lived on 14 acres in Sec 22, Cedar Creek Township.

1901

Robert L. Romy and Sol Rothschild were directors of White National Bank, Thomas B. Hedekin vice-president;

Straus Brothers came to Allen County

The Florida legislature introduced a bill incorporating "The Florida Canal Company" for purposes of locating, constructing, building and operating a ship canal connecting the Atlantic Ocean with the Gulf of Mexico

12/05/1901 Birth of Walter Elias Disney, Chicago

1902

First National reorganized, Charles H. Worden, first vice-president

Flagler System Trust Deed sparked rumors the company had been purchased by Southern Railway Company; new 30 year bonds issued dated payable from 1/1/1903

With Cyrus H. McCormick, Jr. its first president, his father's company combined with three smaller companies to form International Harvester;

Industrial Bank of Japan founded as a public-sector bank under the Industrial Bank of Japan Act of 1902

5/6/1902 The charter of First National Bank was extended for another 20 years

6/9/1902 White, W.H. Simons et al sold Jenney Electric to Fort Wayne Electric Works

6/10/1902 The North American Trust Company announced its "scheme."

6/11/1902 It was announced that White et al sold a contolling interest of Jenney Electric to General Electric men from the east

1903

Estate of William B. Barnett, Florida; son Bion Hall Barnett named bank President

The Traction Company (Barrett) had a monopoly on downtown Fort Wayne Streets

1904

1/24/1904 Oil leases signed for ten square mile field in Decatur, Adams County

6/18/1904 Grand opening of the American Saving Stamp Co., 213-215 East Berry Street, in the rooms formerly occupied by the Greatest Grocey Co.

12/20/1904 Old National Bank reorganized with the retirement of Stephen B. Bond, president and Jared D. Bond, cashier. New Officers were Henry C. Paul, president, and Charles E. Bond, cashier

 

1905

 

The Seaboard Company incorporated in NJ to hold stock of the Seaboard Airline Railway;

Somers & Kennerk rm 202 Elektron; George W. Beers, Northern Indiana Investment Company promoted telephone merger

W. H. Rohan, Indiana Securities license #50, was cashier of White National Bank, R.L. Romy director

Lincoln National Bank chartered May 4, as the German American National Bank

Articles of Incorporation were filed for Lincoln National Life Insurance Company ;

5/14/1905 Sol Rothschild sold his 100 shares of White National Bank to Will K. Noble for $19,000

8/26/1905 Consolidation of White National and First National (Fort Wayne National) Bank; First National president, John H. Bass; W.H. Rohan moved to Old National

THE HUNTINGTON STATE BANK , ALEXANDRIA, OH 43001 : Creation: 5/7/1997 Inactive: 2/6/2001 Original Creation: 11/13/1905

11/28/1905 Charter of The Central Bank and Trust Company, Atlanta, Georgia; Asa Griggs Candler, founder of The Coca-cola Company, President. The bank occupied The Candler Building on the corner of Peachtree and Pryor Street.

Edward Harriman gained control of Wells Fargo & Company, former Holladay Overland Mail Company

12/19/1905 merger of Home Telephone Company and National Telephone and Telegraph; bonds extended for 30 years

closing of estate: John Kryder III Cedarville (Allen County, Indiana) 12/31/1895 ; His estate was open for 10 years.

 

1906

The North American Exploitation Company recruited Fort Wayne businessmen from room 308 Elektron Building aka 215 East Berry Street to invest in mining properties

2/12/1906 R.L. Romy was heavy bidder and only one of three bidders (Indiana Loan and Trust Co., Charles Furman) at the auditor's tax title sale.

R L ROMY INVESTMENT CO Creation : 10/18/1906 Inactive: 1/1/1970

1907

"Citizens Trust Co." in Fort Wayne: John W. White, director and Owen N. Heaton president.

White Fruit House and Central Grocery, owned by L. Freiburger, were in business.

Old National Bank was the Fort Wayne correspondent of the Pennsylvania Company

11/05/1999 #4393 Old National Bank est. 11/11/1834 merged into #3832 Old National Bank est. 08/27/1907

1908

The Fort Wayne Board of Realtors was organized; Somers and Kennerk moved to the Elektron Building

The Realty Trust Company of Atlanta was organized with Asa G. Candler on the Board of Directors

5/26/1908 Straus Brothers purchased $50,000 in Fort Wayne street improvement bonds, endorsed by Barrett and Morris, to be sold with dividends payable semi-annually for the next 10 years

6/19/1908 W.J. Robinson, Mexican Land and Colonization Co., 1 North American Building, across from Temple on Clinton, 10 year issue gold bonds issue of the San Luis Land and Cattle Co., Chicago

7/1/1908 Norfolk and Southern Railway was put into hands of receivers for foreclosed mortgage owned by Trust Co. of America

1909

4/12/1909 J.R. Parrott was elected president of the Florida East Coast Railway; Flagler remained Chairman; Parrott was in 1909 an incorporator of Miami Electric Light and Power Company of Jersey City, New Jersey and of Miami Water Company, Jersey City, New Jersey.

7/1/1909 Indiana Light and Fuel Company 6% gold coupon first mortgage bonds due 7/1/1919, offered by People's Trust, endorsed by Vesey & Vesey

8/17/1909 Consolidation of International Life Insurance Company (formerly John Hough, Agent) and Great American life Insurance Company

12/5/1909 real property and equipment of Norfolk & Southern Railway auctioned in foreclosure

1910

Hamilton Bank merged with First National Bank in Fort Wayne

German American Bank, Jasper IN organized ;

STRAUS BROTHERS COMPANY THE Creation : 4/15/1910 Inactive : 1/1/1970

7/12/1910 Fort Wayne Trust Company transferred Lot 209 Avondale Addition to H.H. Peckham (Lot 209 Avondale was later transferred by Quit-claim by B. Paul Lapp to Farmer's Trust to Clarence Kryder; Frank H. Kryder was successor trustee to the trust containing that lot in 1950)

LINCOLN TRUST CO Creation : 10/11/1910 Inactive : 01/01/1975 merged in 1928

first Morris Plan organized in Norfolk, VA

1911

Aetna formed bond department to sell fidelity and surety coverages;

Henry M. Flagler resigned as vice-president and director of Standard Oil, New Jersey;

Robert Todd Lincoln resigned as president of The Pullman Company and was Chairman of the Board until 1/14/1922

Chalfont, Malone & Bloom Undertakers, 215 East Berry

1/27/1911 Byron H. Barnett sold the Fort Wayne Transfer company for $20,000 to the Motor Transfer Company, Van B. Perrine, pres.

6/19/1911 Plat of W.H. Simons Addition published in newspaper by W.H. Roberts Agency (New York Life)

  • FORT WAYNE BANK BUILDING INC : 110 WEST 7TH STREET , TULSA, OK 74102 Creation : 04/21/1966 Inactive : 05/20/1991
    • Dissolution of Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.; title to Fort Wayne Bank Building transferred to New York Life c/o "Wayne Partnership" formed in 1970

Cities Service issued its common stock;

Sebring, Florida was founded by George E. Sebring;

White House Hotel opened;

1912

C. Tressalt & Sons dismantled the old mill and purchased a 15 acre tract near International Harvester Co.'s prospective plan

The Florida Canal was officially opened, one of five major channels planned to reclaim four million acres of the everglades

Charles E Bond advocated $200,000 bond issue to secure lands bordering waterways for parks, driveways, and a sewer system

NORTHERN INDIANA INVESTMENT : 191278-045 Creation : 6/27/1912 Inactive : 1/1/1970

11/10/1912 Official launch of the Fort Wayne Traffic Bureau, organized to provide services to merchants needing expertise in matters of transportation and shipping

1913

Federal Reserve Act;

Edward Beams was undertaker at Cedarville

2/12/1913 Thomas G. Moorhead was an attorney for Acme Real Estate Company (122 West Washington)

5/20/1913 Death of Standard Oil and Florida East Coast Railway magnate Henry M. Flagler. He was attended at death by his third wife Mary Lily Kenan, son, and Officials of the Florida East Coast Railway

Estate trustees W.R. Beardsley and W.R. Keenan, Jr. gave instructions that all equipment and property of the Florida East Coast railway be repainted and marked with two words, "Flagler System" (included the Breakers Hotel)

08/12/1913 (Perkins Bank) Bank of Archer organized

09/04/1913 White Fruit House Department Store moved its location to the entire first floor and basement of The Lincoln Life Building.

1914

Reorganization of The Old Adams County Bank; new directorate W.J. Vesey et al., new name Old Adams County Bank

1/23/1914 It was reported that control of the FEC was taken over by the Pennsylvania Railroad

4/20/1914 Articles of the International Life Insurance Company, St. Louis

4/21/1914 Straus Brothers announced plans for a new big trust company.

7/31/1914 New York Stock Exchange closed following a run on the Bank of England and decree of state of war in the German Empire by Emperor William

8/23/1914 Japan declared war on Germany

1915

6/1/1915 Tax exempt bonds of the City of Indianapolis offered by J.F. Wild & Co., due 7/1/1940

THE FORT WAYNE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY Creation : 9/13/1915; 1/1/1970; opened 10/04/1915 in the Lincoln Life Building; 217 East Berry Street; converted to Anthony Wayne Bank in 1943.

Fort Wayne Traffic Bureau moved to second floor of German American Trust Company building, corner of Calhoun and Holman Streets

1916

2/20/1916 Transfer by George Ely et Ux to Hugh Scott, Lot 95 Original Plat, $300

THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY 121 SOUTH KENTUCKY AVENUE LAKELAND FL Filed 05/08/1916 State IN DISSOLVED 04/13/1956

7/17/1916 Federal Farm Loan Act established the Farm Loan Board (1916-1937)

S.W. Straus & Co. incorporated in New York;

beginning of Land Banks to provide farmers with cheaper, better long term financing;

Federal Estate Tax was adopted

1917

1/5/1917 John H. Bass resigned as president of First National Bank

4/7/1917 Hamilton Bank merged with First National Bank in Fort Wayne

INDIANA EQUITABLE COMPANY : 1204 W. Ashland Ave., MUNCIE, IN 47303 Creation: 7/7/1917 Inactive : 3/12/2001

Citizen's Trust moved into the Transfer Building

Frank H. Kryder was associated with the Wayne Oil Tank and Pump Company, W.M. Griffin, president

1918

1/8/1918 Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hoopingarner moved from Zanesville to Fort Wayne

5/9/1918 Date of issue of bonds of Third Liberty Loan; interest paid every 3/15 and 9/15 until 1928.

5/31/1918 The German American Bank Fort Wayne changed its name to Lincoln National Bank;

6/8/1918 "Threshing outfit" equipment advertised for sale, Frank Kryder, Garrett

LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY : 8/21/1918 Inactive: 1/1/1975

10/5/1918 Official opening of new Farmer's Trust building, corner of Court and Main

12/20/1918 The First Joint Stock Land Bank of Fort Wayne, an affiliate of (Fort Wayne) Old National Bank was chartered December 20, under the Federal Farm Loan Act. It operated in Indiana and Ohio

1919

Pullman Bank of Commerce & Industry 6100 North Northwest Highway Chicago,IL 60631 : 1/1/1919

Recorded Partnership of Kryder and Ayers Allen County Partner Book 1 p 209, 328-329 Utility Building, Realtors; (122 East Wayne Street, the Utility Building address

2/15/1919 White Fruit House ad liquidated its store fixtures at 215 E Berry Street

3/301919 W.H. Rohan resigned his position as vice-president of Old National Bank to become superintendant of the Wolf & Dessauer establishment; originally he was cashier of First and Hamilton; Samuel E. Mulholland transferred Lot 169 and pt Lot 170 Orig Plat to Mullholland Realty Company, for $105,000

Victory notes aka United States of America Gold Notes 1922-1923 dated 4/21/1919, due 12/15/1922

6/26/1919 The Lincoln Trust Co. merged its interests with Straus Brothers Commercial Bank

6/28/1919 Treaty of Versailles

7/1/1909 Indiana Light and Fuel Company 6% gold coupon first mortgage bonds due 7/1/1919, People's Trust and Savings, Trustee, endorsed by Vesey & Vesey

NORTH AMERICAN PETROLEUM COMPANY , Incorporation 07/02/1919

7/9/1919 Sale of Disler Place Addition

11/13/1919 Austin W. Stults closed 99 year lease deal on the Wilson Building, corner of Calhoun and Lewis; recently had closed similar deal on Coony Bayer Building across the street

11/25/1919 George W. Beers advertised bonds of International Cotton Mills, a Massachusetts corporation

12/1919 Sumitomo Corporation Established as Osaka Hokko Kaisha Ltd.

12/29/1919 Fort Wayne and Northern Indiana Traction Company purchased at receiver sale by bondholders, Philadelphia capitalists P.M. Chandler and W.J. Devine

1920

5/23/1920 Shamrock Oil offered 8% dividends, $50 per share, by James B. White and Charles A. Funk, 411 Central Building

6/14/1920 Straus Brothers, Fort Wayne offered 7% preferred stock investment securities maturing every ten years. backed by "the same financial security enjoyed by the best industrial bonds."

9/1/1920 New issue tax-exempt stock of the Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co. with definite date of maturity, 1936; offered by the Lincoln National Bank Bond Department, Charles Beusching, manager.

9/30/1920 George W. Beers offered new issue preferred stock of Philadelphia Electric Company, dividends exempt "from the present normal federal income tax."

Samuel Mulholland and Lincoln Trust Co. suit to quiet title to real estate in Original Plat

1921

1/2/1921 Mary E. Geyer et al. to Clarence Frank Kryder, Lot 10 Wefel's Heirs Add, for $6,000

(Affidavit recorded simultaneously at 2:05 P.M with the Articles of Incorporation of American Security Company of Hartford City of 02/18/1921 (Home Builders) 08/29/1939)

6/5/1921 John B. Walker et ex to Clarence F. Kryder et ux Lot 71 Driving Park Addition, for $1500

Frank H. Kryder was a director of and secretary of the Fort Wayne Board of Realtors

10/01/1921 Kryder and Berry announced formation of the first property management service in Fort Wayne, to be headed by Rufus R. Roth, to begin 10/31/1921

First and Hamilton Bank announced creation of a securities account department under the supervision of Charles H. Worden, E.F. Scheumann and F. Arthur Schack, Trust Officer

PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. 3300 PUBLIX CORPORATE PKWY LAKELAND FL 33811-3311 Filed 12/27/1921 ACTIVE MERGER 10/02/2003

12/28/1921 Recorded Partnership of The Kryder Company Realtors, C. Frank and Frank H. Kryder, 305-306 Carrol Building; in Allen County Partner Book 2 p 31

1922

Bernard Hedekin was a Kryder Company Realtor

$500,000 6% Farm Loan Certificates secured by Straus guaranteed first farm mortgages, dated 2/1/1922, maturing 4/1/1932, Chicago Title and Trust Company, Trustee

2/25/1922 Isaac Moss, Bridgeport, Connecticut manager, advertised that insurance companies had bought many Straus guaranteed farm mortgages for many years, and that "back of every Straus farm mortgage is a rich, productive farm." 7%

3/1/1922 Death of George W. Pixley, director of Tri-State Loan and Trust Company (aka Fort Wayne Trust Company), resident of Fort Wayne, Indiana and Lakeland, Florida

5/1/1922 New issue Federal Land Bank Bonds, due 5/1/1942

5/4/1922 Straus Brothers advertised Noble County, Indiana 5 % Road Bonds, maturing 5/15/ every four years, 1923-1942

9/26/1922 J.F. Wild Co. offered $60,000 in tax exempt Lafayette Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds at 5 %

11/02/1922 Lloyd Hartzler was admitted to the Allen County Bar and practiced as an associate of Vesey & Vesey; became the corporate attorney for The Kryder Company, Inc.

12/09/1922 Clarence and Minnie V. Kryder purchased Lots 1-60 W.H. Simons Addition, re-platted as Kryder's Addition for $12,000.00 gold coin in hand.

Call for partial redemption of Victory notes aka United States of America Gold Notes 1922-1923 dated 4/21/1919, due 12/15/1922, series A B C D E F

12/17/1922 Death of John H. Bass

1923

STANDARD BUILDING COMPANY INC : 215 E Berry Street, FORT WAYNE, IN 46802: Creation : 01/31/1923 Inactive : 12/31/1987

Old-First National stockholders had the right to subscribe for $150,000 new stock;

6/08/1923 Will of Geo. E. Sebring date of creation

1924

Rosemary Kryder b.

05/01/1974 N.Y., Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Nickel Plate Development Corp a subsidiary) open mortgage of April 1, 1924 due.

Fort Wayne Union Railway bonded debt of September 1, 1924 due- First National, Trustee

11/09/1924 Mathias Knecht transferred his interest in Waynedale ("The First National Company") to C.F. Kryder while Kryder became Trustee also for Kirkpatrick, Hodson, Burns: Allen Co. Deed Bk 292 p 53-4 & 55

11/29/1930 Lincoln National Bank, Newark NJ formed as a consolidation of Lincoln National Bank chartered 1924 and Colonial Trust Company organized 1927

1925

GERMAN-AMERICAN BLDG LOAN & SAVINGS ASSOC Creation : 8/19/1925 Inactive : 1/1/1975

10/18/1939 Clarence F. Kryder filed an Affidavit stating he was Grantor in the 110 Acres of Waynedale Deed on 03/04/1925 to Farmer's Trust,Trustee- that all terms had been performed and Trustee claimed no interest in the property.

1926

WHITE HOUSE COMPANY THE Filed 03/27/1926 DISSOLVED 08/15/1944

theft of $275,000 Liberty Bonds, from J.F. Wild & Company

INDUSTRIAL LAND COMPANY: 4/1/1926 Inactive: 1/1/1975

(Winn-Dixie) WINN-LOVETT COMPANY CONSOLIDATED BLDG. JACKSONVILLE FLFiled 12/14/1926 DISSOLVED Filed 12/14/1936

1927

Colonial Trust Company organized 1927; 11/29/1930 Lincoln National Bank, Newark NJ formed as a consolidation of Lincoln National Bank chartered 1924 and Colonial Trust Company organized 1927

1/03/1927 The German-American Savings Bank incorporated in Los Angeles

Estate of George E. Sebring who died 1/04/1927; Contained only two life insurance policies, Prudential and United Mutual Benefit, Newark, NJ. which were directed to be invested in municipal and government bonds for interest to support his widow. All realty of the Sebring company was sold to his lawyer for $50.00

Old-First National Company, 127 West Berry Street, Fort Wayne, was incorporated 3/2/1927 as The Old National Securities Company

7/7/1927 Straus Brothers Company offered 6%-6 1/2% bonds for July funds, secured by income producing properties, "desirably located in Middle-west cities."

FIRST STATE BANK Creation : 7/27/1927 Inactive : 1/1/1975

8/5/1927 The Indianpolis Star printed announcement that state bank examiners had closed the $7,000,000 J.F. Wild Company, the largest state bank in Indiana and the oldest bond house in Indiana. J.F. Wild, president, blamed the closing on the theft of $275,000 Liberty Bonds the previous November

12/1/1927 K & W Realty Corporation issued $1,275,000 6% first mortgage leasehold bonds for Hammond, Indiana's largest building; leased it to Kaufmann & Wolf Department Store

1928

Beginning of Great Depression in Citrus County, Florida

2/8/1928 U.S. Treasury appropriations bill awarded Fort Wayne funds for a new federal building

4/21/1928 Lincoln Trust Company merged into Lincoln National Bank, Fort Wayne IN

Bargains in Fort Wayne real estate: W.S. Jackson 1208 First National Bank

8/5/1928 Investigators found International Life Insurance Company to be short $3,500,000 in securities

8/15/1928 North American Funding was incorporated in Delaware to enable Morris Plan Banks to make amortized first mortgage loans for the building or purchase of small homes.

1929

The Kryder Company Realtors 224 E Berry- Frank H. Kryder conveyed Lot 52 and Lot 78, Original Plat of Waynedale to Wayne School Township, Allen County Official Record Book 321 p 294; F. H. Kryder conveyed Lot 83 Kryder's Addition to Lauren O.King.

FIRST AND TRI-STATE CORPORAT Creation : 12/11/1929 Inactive : 01/01/1970

(Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.) CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPANY : PO BOX 300 , TULSA, OK : 12/26/1929 Inactive : 7/31/1989

First National Bank and the Liberty Central Trust Company of St. Louis merged to form the largest bank west of the Mississippi

1930

Lincoln Tower Built; Lincoln Tower mortgaged ultimately foreclosed, goes back $2,000,000 delinquent

Frank H. Kryder and Levonne Lawhon were married in Covington, Kentucky

In September 1930 "bandits" robbed the Lincoln National Bank and Trust Company in Nebraska of $2,800,000; the Lincoln National Bank and Trust went into liquidation as a consequence and deposits were taken over by Continental National Bank formerly The German American State Bank; while less than $583,000 in unregistered securities were returned in a "drop" in exchange for the freedom of gangster Gus Winkler, the same Winkler convinced authorities the other $2,217,000 in registered securities were destroyed so another set was re-issued

11/29/1930 Lincoln National Bank, Newark NJ formed as a consolidation of Lincoln National Bank chartered 1924 and Colonial Trust Company organized 1927

1931

The Old National Securities Company, became Old-First National Company

Kaufmann & Wolf, Inc. sold its business to Goldblatt Brothers of Chicago

04/16/1931 Farmer's Trust Company, Trustee, conveyed and warranted to Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder Lots 72, 81, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90, 94, 129, 130, 137, 138, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 76, 211, 212, 231, 232, in Fairfield Terrace Section "A.."

KAUFMANN & WOLF INCORPORATED : 192871-020 Creation : 5/16/1931 Inactive: 1/1/1970

K & W-REALTY CORPORATION : 192871-062 Creation : 5/21/1931 Inactive : 1/1/1970

5/25/1931 b. Katherine Ann Kryder, daughter of Frank H.

11/1/1931 Issue of Farm Loan Bonds due 11/1/1951

1932

The Gary Theatre was owned by the Northern Indiana Investment Company

PULLMAN BANK & TRUST COMPANY : 1000 E. 111TH ST. , CHICAGO, IL 60628 Creation : 7/29/1996 : Original Creation : 4/30/1932

FLORIDA EAST COAST SECURITIES INC Filed 01/11/1932 DISS 08/13/1936

(Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.) FLORIDA CITIES SERVICE CORPORATION Filed 03/28/1932 DISS 12/07/1936

$500,000 6% Farm Loan Certificates secured by Straus guaranteed first farm mortgages, dated 2/1/1922, maturing 4/1/1932, Chicago Title and Trust Company, Trustee

05/03/1932 B. Paul Lapp Quit -Claim to Farmers Trust Company, Trustee, Lot 209 Avondale Addition

6/30/1932 Reorganization Act of 1932

RECONSTRUCTION CORPORATION OF FLORIDA Filed 08/15/1932 DISSOLVED 05/10/1950

Farmer's Trust, Trustee conveyed to Clarence F. Kryder, Trustee Many Lots in Waynedale plus other realty 08/23/1932; Clarence was previous Grantor

In 1857 Asa Fairfield erected an elaborate residence on Jefferson Avenue, Fort Wayne. It was torn down in late 1932 to make way for a gas station.

Kryder Company, Inc. 12/30/1932

1933

Flagler System bonds payable from 1/1/1903

1/09/1933 People's Trust and Savings, became Trustee for 23.39 acres of Waynedale, being Waynedale Gardens Lots 1-93, Allen County Official Records Book 337 pp 323, 324, 325

02/10/1933-02/27/1933 People's Trust sold 500,000 U.S. Bonds

3/04/1933 Bank Holiday; First and Tri-State, the largest Fort Wayne bank, closed and mortgages were assigned to Old-First National

Fort Wayne National Bank purchased "certain assets" of Old-First National Bank; affiliated bank- the First Joint Stock Land Bank of Fort Wayne

5/15/1933 Fort Wayne-Lima Railroad Company auctioned; receiver Frank H. Cutshall represented by Barrett, Barrett & McNagny

6/1/1933 K & W Realty Corp. defaulted on mortgage and lease bondholders re-organized. Secretary of organization was also an incorporator of the 1923 Standard Building Company, Inc.

6/13/1933 Home Owner's Loan Act approved; Home Owners Loan Corporation authorized.

6/16/1933 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation established as an independent agency by the Federal Reserve Act (48 Stat. 162), June 16, 1933

7/15/1933 Farmer's Trust Company, John Burns, Zina Burns, William A. Burns, Mary Burns, Clarence F. Kryder, George Hodson, Lyda M. Hodson, Judge C. Kirkpatrick, Martha M. Kirkpatrick, and Minnie V. Kryder Quit-Claim Lot (20) in the Amended Plat of S.C. Evans Addition to the City of Fort Wayne toTHE FORT WAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY

10/28/1933 New Fort Wayne National Bank Chartered

1934

Kryder Insurance Agency, Room 202, 215 East Berry Street (Standard Building) ;

Wells Fargo Bank Indiana, National Association 111 East Wayne Street Fort Wayne,IN 46802 : 1/1/1934

4/27/1934 Issue of bonds of the Home Owner's Loan Corporation, gilt edged securities fully and unconditionally quaranteed

6/27/1934 National Housing Act created the Federal Housing Administration, placed under the direction of James Moffet, formerly of Standard Oil

11/09/1934 The old Farmer's Trust Company: John Burns, Zina Burns, William A. Burns, Mary Burns, Clarence F. Kryder, George Hodson, Lyda M. Hodson, Judge C. Kirkpatrick, Martha M. Kirkpatrick, and Minnie V. Kryder reaffirmed Clarence F. Kryder as Trustee and empowered him to accept Home Owners Loan Corporation Bonds for Waynedale Gardens Second Addition.

(Kryder Company listed in ) THE ONE HUNDRED PER CENT ROOSEVELT NEW DEAL CLUB Creation : 12/24/1934 Inactive : 1/1/1975

1935

General Mortgage of Atlas Pipeline Corp due, interest paid to The Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities; first mortgage was issued in 1935. (due 1950) (First National, Trustee)

02/21/1935 Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder as husband and wife Quit-Claim S 40' of Lot 31 Edgewood Addition, to Real Property Corporation

12/24/1935 Real Property Corporation Quit-Claim to the S 40' of Lot 31 Edgewood Addition to (Mayor) Henry E. Branning, Jr.,Trustee

1936

Rebecca Louis Kryder b.

01/13/1936 Depositors in Old-First National bank received a dividend through an R.F.C. loan

ALLEN FINANCE COMPANY, INC. Legal Name: MEDICAL CREDIT CORPORATION : 202 STANDARD BUILDING , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : : 4/30/1936 Inactive Date: 11/28/1988 Other Names : 4/30/1936 ALLEN FINANCE COMPANY, INC.

6/12/1936 Books of the Home Owner's Loan Corporation closed at midnight

FLORIDA EAST COAST SECURITIES INC Filed 01/11/1932 DISS 08/13/1936

(Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.) FLORIDA CITIES SERVICE CORPORATION Filed 03/28/1932 DISS 12/07/1936

1937

7/17/1916 Federal Farm Loan Act established the Farm Loan Board (1916-1937)

11/1/1937 Federal Land Bank Bonds due 11/1/1957 and 5/1/1955

11/29/1937 Merger of Decatur Sugar and Central Soya

HOOPINGARNER CONSTRUCTION CO INC 12/07/1937 Inactive : 01/01/1970; C.Frank Kryder incorporator, secretary-treasurer; Room 225 Standard Building

1938

THE SUBURBAN BUILDING COMPANY OF FORT WAYNE INDIANA INC Created 09/19/1938 C.Frank Kryder President; Frank H. Kryder Secretary-Treasurer; Room 225 Standard Building

1939

08/19/1939 C. Frank, Minnie V., Frank H. and LeVonne L. Kryder Quit-Claim more than 500 Lots to "The Suburban Building Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Inc."

08/29/1939 Affidavit of Frank H. Kryder, Secretary-Treasurer of The Suburban Building Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Incorporated, 01/18/1939 was empowered to execute deeds and mortgages on all property of corporation. Affidavit recorded simultaneously at 2:05 P.M with the Articles of Incorporation of American Security Company of Hartford City of 02/18/1921 (Home Builders)

TRI-STATE LAND AND LEASE CO : 194024-008 Creation: 9/27/1939 Inactive : 1/1/1970

10/18/1939 Clarence F. Kryder filed an Affidavit stating he was Grantor in the 110 Acres of Waynedale Deed on 03/04/1925 to Farmer's Trust,Trustee- that all terms had been performed and Trustee claimed no interest in the property.

1940

TRI-STATE INVESTMENT CORPORA Creation: 3/4/1940 Inactive : 1/1/1970

BUENA VISTA HOLDING CO INC 03/20/1940 State FL DISSOLVED 08/15/1944

6/1/1915 Tax exempt bonds of the City of Indianapolis offered by J.F. Wild & Co., due 7/1/1940

1922 Preferred stock of Wayne Oil & Tank (1922) due 7/1/1940

10/11/1940 Kryder Company, Inc. Complaint to Quiet Title vs. Old-First National Bank and First and Tri-State Corporation; KCO owning "in fee simple" Lots 24, 31, 40, 49, 59, 63, 67, 82, 101, 107, 111, 115, 119, 123, 127, 135, 139, 143, 154, 159, 171, 177, 181,194, 198, 202, 209, 224, 229, 235, 239, 250, 257, 261, 265, 272, 276, 280, 284, 288, 292, 297, 233, 8, 18, 253, 254 Waynedale Gardens Second Addition

1941

(Flagler System) PERRINE GRANT LAND COMPANY 210 ST. AUGUSTINE FL Filed 01/22/1941

06/15/1951 N.Y., Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Nickel Plate Development Corp a subsidiary) bonded debt of June 15, 1941 due, J. P. Morgan, Trustee.

1942

1/20/1942 Plat of Sebring Shores owned by Sebring Homes, Inc.

03/31/1942; Fairfield A Trust, The Kryder Company, Inc. transferred to Alexander N. Pursley,Trustee, of Blackford County, Lots 76, 81, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90, 94, 95, 129, 130, 137, 138, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 211, 212, 231, 232 Fairfield Terrace Section A

06/02/1942 Proposed Fairfield Avenue Elevation for Nickel Plate Railroad

07/17/1942 Frank H. Kryder Sec-Treas. of The Suburban Building Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Inc. obtained first Social Security Number at age 47

  • Until 1942, Federal Credit Union Act (1934) activities were conducted under the Farm Credit Administration. Next 6 years it came under the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Employed cooperative financing through organizations formed of persons having some common interest.
  • FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION: ATTN: NO ANNUAL REPORTS REQ'D BY LAW, WASHINGTON, DC : Active Creation : 7/17/1942 : Original Creation State: DC

11/15/1917 Issue of Second Liberty Loan Bonds, to be due 11/15/1942

1943

SEBRING LAND COMPANY Filed 01/07/1928 DISSOLVED 06/01/1943

FAIRFIELD REALTY CORPORATION Filed 02/16/1943 DISSOLVED 05/01/1951

HOME BUILDERS INC Filed 04/03/1943 VOLUNTARY DISSOLUTION 02/27/1945

4/15/1943 2 1/2% Treasury Bonds 1964-1969; due 6/15/1969; (not callable till 6/15/1964)

6/07/1943 Creation of Fairfield B. "Trust F.S. 58070", Kryder Company, Inc. 50% interest; ownership per stirpes; land owned by the Kryder family

10/15/1943 Anthony Wayne Bank received approval by Dept. of Financial Institutions
10/15/1943 Kryder Company Inc., Minnie, Clarence, Lauren King, and George Feuchter filed Affidavit empowering Lauren O. King, Trustee)

Indiana (12/16/1943) Creation of Anthony Wayne Bank, a conversion to a state bank of the Fort Wayne Morris Plan Company, 215 E Berry Street, first floor of the Standard Building.)

1944

10/1944 Franklin Delano Roosevelt campaigned in Fort Wayne with Governor Henry Schricker and Senator Sam Jackson

option to holders of 1944 HOLC series A 1944-1952 to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1956-1959, 1965-1970, Treasury Notes of 1948

1945

03/01/1945 Kryder Company, Inc. conveyed to Glenn A. and Corabell Perry, for $300.00 "and other consideration" Lots 257, 261, 265, 266, 267, 268 Waynedale Gardens Second Addition

3/15/1945 Retirement of last government issue tax-exempt securities.

5/01/1945 Retirement of $387,000,000 tax-exempt Federal Land Bank Bonds.

05/01/1945 Kryder Company, Inc. conveyed to Glenn A. and Corabell Perry, for $1.00 "and other consideration" Lots 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347 Waynedale Gardens Second Addition Extended

1946

9/12/1946 It was revealed that John B. Spatz, late chairman of the Perfection Biscuit Company, left a large portion of his Fort Wayne estate to religious organizations and charities

PUBLIX FOOD STORES, INC. 1936 NEW TAMPA HWY P O BOX 407 LAKELAND FL 33801 01/01/1946 State FL MERGED 11/12/1992

(First National Company) FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS INC 05/29/1946 State FL VOLUNTARY DISSOLUTION 04/21/1966

1947

01/28/1947 Lauren King, Trustee bought Lots 151 and 152 Fairfield Terrace Section A, for $300 in a tax sale.
01/28/1947 People's Trust,Trustee, by Donnelly P.McDonald, President conveyed Lot 23 Waynedale Gardens Addition to James Dallas and Catherine Irene Mason

10/01/1947 Non-extendable $21,000,000 bonded debt of Nickel Plate RR became due

10/28/1947 Death of Geo. E. Sebring, Jr.; 10/18/1966 Estate opened

11/30/1947 F.H. Kryder and Nancy Kryder, C. Frank and Minnie V. Kryder, the same C. Frank and F.H. DBA The Kryder Company Quit-Claim to Fray and Zelma Draime Lot 412 Fairfield Terrace Section B;This Lot on Harrison Street represents land owned by the 1921 Partnership, and is a Lot neither in the Trust F.S. 58070, nor in the 1939 group conveyed by the Partnership to Suburban

FWB CORP Creation : 12/9/1947 Inactive : 1/1/1970

COOK UNITED INC (Cook Coffee) : 16501 ROCKSIDE RD , MAPLE HGHTS, OH Creation : 12/27/1947 Inactive : 7/3/1989: Original Creation State: OH

1948

National Oil Indiana held title to land in Cedarville from 1948-1978.

option to holders of 1944 HOLC etc. bonds to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1956-1959, 1965-1976, Treasury Notes of 1948

06/14/1948 Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder Quit-Claim Lots 61 and 62 Waynedale Gardens to Raymond W. and Mary M. Dennison, to clear Title defects- Lots were part of 23 acres held by Peoples Trust,Trustee

08/27/1948 Clarence F. and Minnie V. Kryder Quit-Claim Lot 71 Driving Park Addition to Harley M. and Doris B. Lautenschlager

1949

SYSTEMS INCORPORATED

SHAMROCK COMPANY INC : 6/17/1949 Inactive : 1/1/1970

10/1/1949 Farm Loan Bonds due 10/1/1957

Last Will and Testament of Clarence Frank Kryder, dated 11/02/1949, illegally entered into Probate in 1954;

1950

Suburban Building Company dissolved; Kryder Realty Hotel/Motel Builders rm. 309 Standard Building aka Lincoln Management/Walter Helmke Law Office

04/10/1950 "New stock" issued by The Kryder Company, Inc.


04/25/1950 Frank H. Kryder petition ex-parte to become Successor Trustee for Waynedale Superior Court Cause 13934, Allen Co.; Instrument prepared by Hoffman & Hoffman.

RECONSTRUCTION CORPORATION OF FLORIDA Filed 08/15/1932 DISSOLVED 05/10/1950

11/01/1950 1943 Fairfield Trust Re-recorded, Lauren King, Trustee; No changes from Original Document of 1943

11/01/50 Maxfield began career with NAVL11/01/1950

General Mortgage of Atlas Pipeline Corp due, interest paid to The Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities; first mortgage was issued in 1935.

NORTH AMERICAN PROPERTIES IN : P O BOX 988 , FORT WAYNE, IN 46801 : Creation : 11/02/1950 Inactive : 04/02/1990

11/09/1950 Lauren O. King, Trustee conveyed 67 Lots in Fairfield Terrace Section B for "$6,000" to Jack DuBrove of Main Hardware: Lot 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 287, 288, 350, 351, 352,353, 354, 355, 356, 364, 365, 366, 367,368, 486,487, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501,502, 503, 504,505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 532, 533, 534, 535, 536, 537, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567

1951

COLONIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY OF INDIANA INC( Colonial gave mortgage to Thornbury for Minnie Kryder's house in 1963 after Bordner was self- empowered to execute mortgages : 2/1/1951 Inactive : 7/11/1988.

5/29/1951 Official closing of The Home Owner's Loan Corporation, delivering a $14,000,000 surplus to the Treasury.

06/15/1951 N.Y., Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Nickel Plate Development Corp a subsidiary) bonded debt of June 15, 1941 due, J. P. Morgan, Trustee.

11/1/1931 Issue of Farm Loan Bonds due 11/1/1951

1952

Paul E. Shaffer formerly of Rockford National Bank, and a former Bank Examiner, began career with Fort Wayne National Bank; Standard Oil Indiana was the nation's largest domestic oil company;

1952 was original plan for liquidation of Home Owners Loan Corporation.

5/1/1952 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1956

option to holders of 1944 HOLC series A 1944-1952 to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1956-1959, 1965-1976, Treasury Notes of 1948

1953

1/2/1953 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1958

Changes were made in the Kryder Company, Inc. as of April 1953, according to the Annual Report;

I FREIBURGER COMPANY INC : 201 CENTRAL BLDG, FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : 193073A156 Creation : 4/9/1953 Inactive : 11/28/1988

6/26/1953 The Industrial Bank of New York, owned 90% by the Morris Plan Corporation, became Lincoln National Bank and Trust Company, Syracuse, NY.

1954

Legal expiration of HOLC

02/09/1954 Last Will and Testament of Clarence Frank Kryder, dated 11/02/1949, illegally entered into Probate more than four years after his death; No estate opened. no taxes paid.

SHAMROCK INN INC: 3/22/1954 Inactive : 1/1/1970

5/3/1954 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1959

11/1/1954 Farm Loan Bonds due 11/1/1958

1955

11/2/1953 Farm Loan Bonds due 2/1/1955

2/1/1955 Farm Loan Bonds due 6/1/1960

NORTH AMERICAN MOVING AND STORAGE INC : 2122 Bremer Rd. , FORT WAYNE, IN 46803 : Active Creation : 02/02/1955

11/1/1937 Federal Land Bank Bonds due 11/1/1957 and 5/1/1955

1956

5/1/1952 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1956

option to holders of 1944 HOLC etc. bonds to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1956-1959

(R.L. Romy) THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY 121 SOUTH KENTUCKY AVENUE LAKELAND FL Filed 05/08/1916 State IN DISSOLVED 04/13/1956

1957

10/1/1949 Farm Loan Bonds due 10/1/1957

1958

1/2/1953 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1958

1/1/1954 Farm Loan Bonds due 11/1/1958

3/22/1958 Shamrock Oil (White)

1959

option to holders of 1944 HOLC etc. bonds to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1956-1959

5/3/1954 Farm Loan Bonds due 5/1/1959

INDUSTRIAL LAND-LEASING CORP : 12/8/1959 Inactive : 12/31/1987

FIRST NATIONAL COMPANY Filed 07/25/1959 State FL DISSOLVED 05/22/1970

FIDELITY REALTY CORP : MEZZANINE FLOOR INDIANA BANK BUILDING, FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : 194238A023 : 8/20/1959 : 4/18/1989

SWISS REINSURANCE AMERICA CORPORATION 813952 Filed 10/09/1959 Status Active NAME CHANGE 08/07/1995 OLD NAME WAS : NORTH AMERICAN REINSURANCE CORPORATION

FIDELITY SECURITIES CORPORATION Creation : 12/30/1959 Inactive : 1/1/1978

1960

2/1/1955 Farm Loan Bonds due 6/1/1960

07/01/1960 Fort Wayne National Bank acquired Woodburn State Bank

1961

West India Fruit and Steamship Company, Norfolk, Virgina, continued to receive exports in unmarked trucks from Cuba at West Palm Beach Port;

Pullman Incorporated was Pullman-Standard plus K.W. Kellogg, which built processing plants for petroleum, paper; Trailmobile (truck trailers) Swindell-Dressler (furnaces for plants, metal and ceramic); Transport Leasing

INDIANA SECURITIES INC : 2/17/1961 Entity Date to Expire: Entity Inactive Date: 1/1/1970

EQUITABLE OF INDIANA CORP Creation : 3/9/1961 Inactive : 1/1/1978

SHAMROCK INVESTMENTS INC : 4/17/1961 Inactive : 1/1/1970

1962

5/1/1962 Virginia Railway Co. first mtg bonds due, Lincoln National Bank, 1921

07/27/1962 Reactivation and Change of Address for the Kryder Company, Inc. 807 Fort Wayne Bank Building, Fort Wayne 2, Indiana

1963

First National Bank of Lakeland 2211 South Florida Avenue Lakeland,FL 33803 Established: 3/15/1963 Inactive : September 1, 1985 Merged Barnett Bank of Tampa - (3590)

05/15/1963 The residence of Minnie V. Kryder, Pt Lots 5-6- and 7 of Romy's Subdivision,was sold to Thornbury, mortgaged to Colonial Mortgage Company eventually assigned to Rockford National Bank, Frank A. Higgins, attorney.
05/18/1963 Bordner filed Resolution empowering himself to encumber all property of The Kryder Company, Inc.

11/3/1963 Fidelity Realty Investment Trust, paid 7% per year; Cook Trustee, Indiana REIT, Indiana Equitable REIT, Fidelity REIT

1964

4/15/1943 2 1/2% Treasury Bonds 1964-1969; due 6/15/1969; (not callable till 6/15/1964)

1965

option to holders of 1944 HOLC etc. bonds to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1965-1976

FIRST NATIONAL CAPITAL COMPANY Filed 08/24/1965 DISSOLVED 07/11/1972

1966

Death of Cora H. Sebring;

In 1966, Guy W. Botts purchased the First Bank and Trust Company of Pensacola and the First National Bank of Winter Park. From 1966 to 1976, Barnett purchased 34 banks, obtained new bank charters and an additional 19 banks

FORT WAYNE BANK BUILDING INC : 110 WEST 7TH STREET , TULSA, OK 74102 Creation : 04/21/1966 Inactive : 05/20/1991

  • Dissolution of Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.; title to Fort Wayne Bank Building transferred to New York Life c/o "Wayne Partnership" formed in 1970

(10/28/1947 Death of Geo. E. Sebring, Jr.); 10/18/1966 Estate opened

12/02/1966- Death of Frank H. Kryder

12/15/1966- Death of Walter E. Disney

1967

January 1967- Paul E. Shaffer elected to the board of Fort Wayne National Bank;

1968

Pennsylvania Railroad general mtg due, Lincoln Natioonal Bank bonds 1921

NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY Legal Name: GENERAL MORTGAGE SERVICE COMPANY: 10370 Richmond Ave , HOUSTON, TX 77042: Creation : 3/18/1988 Inactive : 12/30/1991 Original Creation : 12/4/1968 Original Creation State: AK Other Names:2/13/1989 NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY

NORWEST INDIANA, INC. : 111 E. Wayne St., FORT WAYNE, IN 46802: 12/24/1968 Inactive : 12/22/1997 Other Names 09/03/1993 LINCOLN FINANCIAL CORPORATION Azar was a Director

1969

Unofficial "founding" of Fort Wayne National Corporation, Tom Shoaff a Director. (see 1982 Official Founding ) corporation filed annual reports but obtained no federal id until 1981

4/15/1943 2 1/2% Treasury Bonds 1964-1969; due 6/15/1969; (not callable till 6/15/1964)

11/01/1969 Lincoln Tower Corp acquired Lincoln National Bank

1970

The Kryder Company, Inc. was Administratively Dissolved January 1, 1970, last officers Moorhead and Bordner, 807 Fort Wayne Bank Building

"Wayne Partnership" formed in 1970;

THE INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY (R.L. Romy) Creation : 2/27/1897 Inactive : 1/1/1970

R L ROMY INVESTMENT CO Creation : 10/18/1906 Inactive: 1/1/1970

STRAUS BROTHERS COMPANY THE Creation : 4/15/1910 Inactive : 1/1/1970

THE FORT WAYNE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY Creation : 9/13/1915; 1/1/1970; opened 10/04/1915 in the Lincoln Life Building; 217 East Berry Street; converted to Anthony Wayne Bank in 1943

HOOPINGARNER CONSTRUCTION CO INC Creation : 12/07/1937 Inactive : 01/01/1970

FWB CORP Creation : 12/9/1947 Inactive : 1/1/1970

option to holders of 1944 HOLC etc. bonds to convert to Treasury Bonds series 1965-1970

NATIONAL FINANCIAL REALTY TRUST : 610 Kaufman-Straus Bldg. , LOUISVILLE, KY 40202 : 4/29/1970 Inactive: 2/9/1996

In mid 1970 The Penn Central Railroad went into bankruptcy court. Hundreds of millions of federal aid granted. Officials blamed its financial crisis on the previous year's coal strike

6/9/1970 Record- setting levels for theft of U.S. Treasury bonds was announced by Associated Press- insurance companies hiked rates to cover government securities or refused further "protection"

AMSTAR SUGAR CORPORATION: 1251 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS , NEW YORK, NY 10020 : Creation : 8/19/1970 Inactive: 10/28/1988 : Creation State: DE

11/02/1970 Dedication of new Fort Wayne National Bank Building

12/08/1970 Lincoln Tower Corp acquired "Satisfactory Finance Corp" and changed name to "Tower Acceptance Corp"

1971

5/11/1971 Plat of Sebring Acres by Nortex, Inc.

1972

Helmke running for Congress

3/06/1972 Formation of Carlyle Real Estate Partnership, Cook County, Illinois

ALLEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LEO, INDIANA : SEE MICRO FILM FILE 7103-524-02 , , IN 46038 :Creation : 4/21/1972 Inactive : 10/15/1998 FDIC Information states the Bank began 10/29/1971, failed in 1985 and was merged with assistance into NBD.

SEVEN ELEVEN CORP Creation : 7/26/1972 Inactive : 1/1/1978

LOOMIS, FARGO & CO.Date: 07/27/1972 State of Incorporation: TX

    • 07/27/1962 Reactivation and Change of Address for the Kryder Company, Inc. 807 Fort Wayne Bank Building, Fort Wayne 2, Indiana, c/o Moorhead and Bordner

FIRST NATIONAL CAPITAL COMPANY Filed 08/24/1965 DISSOLVED 07/11/1972

LINCOLN SECURITIES CORPORATION Filed 08/21/1967 DISSOLVED 07/11/1972

In August, Summit Properties, Akron, Ohio acquired 25 motor carrier terminal and office facilities in 25 cities for $7,500,000 Summit Bank = Anthony Wayne Bank

MALLERS HOTEL & BUILDING CORP : : 8/15/1972 Inactive : 1/1/1978 Beers, Mallers, Backs, Salin and Maxfield

9/15/1972 Suicide death (maybe) of Frank Kryder's daughter, Katherine Ann Kryder, aka Kay Daniel Picot; she had been stalked since 1966 or earlier

STRAUS INC : Creation : 12/1/1972 Inactive : 1/1/1978

WHITE ACCEPTANCE CORPORATIO: Creation : 12/8/1972 Inactive : 1/1/1978

1973

PULLMAN LEASING COMPANY : 550 CALIFORINA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 : 10/22/1973 Inactive : 10/14/1992 Other Names 2/7/1989 SIGNAL CAPITAL CORPORATION

1974

FAIRFIELD MORTGAGE AND FINANCE CORPORATION : 1/29/1974 Inactive: 1/1/1978

COOK COFFEE COMPANY : 197402-331 Creation : 2/19/1974 Inactive : 7/11/1988

FINANCIAL SYSTEMS INCORPORATED :Creation : 3/13/1974 Inactive : 1/1/1978

HODSON REALTY CO INC: 4692 Aldersgate Dr. , CARMEL, IN 46033: Active Creation : 4/4/1974 : Clarence Kryder was Trustee and Grantor for Hodson Realty

FWNB REALTY INC : 2400 FT WAYNE BANK BLDG , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : Creation : 5/1/1974 : Inactive : 12/30/1987 Moorhead's address

  • 05/01/1974 N.Y., Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Nickel Plate Development Corp a subsidiary) open mortgage of April 1, 1924 due.

Fort Wayne Union Railway bonded debt of September 1, 1924 due- First National, Trustee;

THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO 08/30/1893 DISS 10/21/1974

Flagler National Bank 501 South Flagler Drive West Palm Beach,FL 33402 : 12/16/1974

1975

FLEET SERVICE INC 07/02/1975, K.W. Maxfield President, merged into North American Van Lines 01/25/1984;

FAIRFIELD INN Legal Name: HOST MARRIOTT CORPORATION: 10400 Fernwood Rd. Dept. 72.862, BETHESDA, MD 20817: Creation : 03/19/1975 Inactive : 01/06/1999: Other Names : 03/19/1975 FAIRFIELD INN 03/19/1975 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 10/21/1993 MARRIOTT CORPORATION

(last adddress of "Kryder Real Estate") LINCOLN MANAGEMENT CORPORATION : 309 STANDARD BLDG , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : Creation : 4/25/1975 Inactive : 11/28/1888

LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY : 8/21/1918 Inactive: 1/1/1975

FIRST STATE BANK : 7/27/1927 Inactive : 1/1/1975

LINCOLN TRUST CO Creation : 10/11/1910 Inactive : 01/01/1975 merged in 1928

1976

Administering the assets of failed banks made the FDIC liquidation division the nation's largest realty investment trust and in terms of private business, the 49th largest U.S. conglomerate;

end of HOLC bonds of any sort with Treasury Bonds series 1965-1976

1977

K.W. Maxfield became official President of North American Van Lines;

DISNEY REAL ESTATE INC Creation : 1/3/1977 : Inactive : 12/1/1987

1978

Shamrock Holdings founded to invest large family trusts, including Disney family holdings and Central Soya

1979

1979 Apr. Oriental Land Company and Walt Disney Productions (currently Disney Enterprises, Inc.) concluded an agreement

1980

6/1/1980 Lincoln National and Penn Mutual 10 million plus mortgage to C T Monroe, C and O holdings

1981

KRYDER SYSTEMS INCORPORATED 2/13/1981 Inactive : 12/31/1987

NORTH AMERICAN REAL ESTATE INC Creation : 2/26/1981 Inactive : 7/11/1988

First Venice Savings and Loan Association 1320 Venice Avenue East Venice,FL 33595 : 3/31/1981

1982

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL CORPORATION"founding" in 1982) : 110 WEST BERRY STREET , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 Creation : 01/13/1969

12/30/1982 Official Expiration of the Kryder Company, Inc.

1983

THE LINCOLN GROUP INC : 2/1/1983 Inactive: 12/31/1987

Dissolution of Evans Properties, Inc. 05/12/1983; Standard Building, Inc. minority stockholders shares paid on sale price of Lot 95, but not on the 60-year old corporately-owned rental account;

Tractor Power, Inc. d/b/a/ FLEET SERVICE, merged into North American Van Lines 12/20/1983.

NYLIFE SECURITIES INC : 335 MADISON AVE. SUITE 200, NEW YORK, NY 10017 : Active : 12/20/1983

(1902) The People's Trust Bank merged into Summit Bank.(Anthony Wayne Bank 1943)

1984

FAIRFIELD SECURITIES INC 200 GIBRALTAR RD , HORSHAM, PA 19044: 7/27/1984

RE/MAX OF FLORIDA, INC. Filed 08/02/1984 Active OLD NAME WAS : RE/MAX OF FLORIDA, NAME CHANGE 11/27/1984 OLD NAME: XAMER, INC.

Barnett Bank of Citrus County, National Association 1500 U.S. 41 North Inverness,FL 34450 : 11/19/1984

SALIN BANCSHARES, INC.: 8455 Keystone Crossing Dr. Suite 105, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46240 Creation : 11/26/1984 : Other Names: 5/10/1990 SALIN BANCSHARES OF NORTH CENTRAL INDIANA, INC William Salin, Indiana Secretary of State

  • 11/27/1984 OLD NAME: XAMER, INC

1985

Maxfield sold NAVL to Norfolk Southern for $369 million;

FLEET SERVICE INC incorporated 07/02/1975, K.W. Maxfield President, merged into North American Van Lines 01/25/1984;

Farm Credit Act Amendments of 1985 were passed by Congress to pump money into the failing Farm Credit System banks.

Central Soya /Shamrock Merger; Roy Disney Jr. Director

(Romy) INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY INC E: : 1/28/1985 Inactive : 12/31/1987

ALLEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LEO, INDIANA : SEE MICRO FILM FILE 7103-524-02 , , IN 46038 :Creation : 4/21/1972 Inactive : 10/15/1998 FDIC Information states the Bank began 10/29/1971, failed in 1985 and was merged with assistance into NBD.

numerous Lakeland, Florida replats

03/29/1985 Indiana SMRK Merger Corporation Articles Filed
04/01/1985 Agreement of Merger between Shamrock Capital, L.P. , SMRK, and Central Soya Company, 1300 Fort Wayne National Bank Building

08/19/1985 SMRK Merger Corporation merged into Central Soya Company- Indiana

First National Bank of Lakeland 2211 South Florida Avenue Lakeland,FL 33803 Established: 3/15/1963 Inactive : September 1, 1985 Merged Barnett Bank of Tampa - (3590)

09/11/1985 Shamrock Acquisition, Inc. (Roy Disney Director) Merged into Central Soya Company, Inc- Indiana

11/30/1985 Advent of Star Financial Bank announced with George N. Hodson said to be a founder. Hodson had a smaller interest than the Kryder Company in the Waynedale Deed

FLAGLER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT, INC. THE BREAKERS HOTEL, SOUTH COUNTY ROAD PALM BEACH FL 33480 US H91435 FEI Number 592612278 Filed 12/24/1985 State FL Status ACTIVE

1986

05/30/1986 Churubusco Bancorp merger into Fort Wayne National Corporation notarized by Ron Felger

SWISS SYSTEMS INCORPORATED: Creation : 6/26/1986 Inactive : 12/31/1987

06/30/1986 DeKalb Financial Corporation merger into Fort Wayne National Corporation

9/16/1986 Howard Johnson Company changed name to Marriott Family Restaurants

1987

The Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 merged Federal Land Banks and Federal Intermediate Credit Banks, created and FDIC-like fund for the Farm Credit System;

02/25/191987-effective 03/01/87 Old-First Natonal Corporation merged into Fort Wayne National Corporation; c/o Thomas Shoaff

04/30/1987 Anthony Wayne Bank into Summit Bank merger Address of Fort Wayne National Corporation is 202 W Berry; copies to Baker and Daniels, 2400 Fort Wayne National Bank Building

Lakeland, Florida PLAT File Number 87088448 Date/Time: 8/20/1987 00:00:00 Book Type: P Book/Page: 84/21 Pages: 1 Legal: EL MEDINA 32-27-26 Grantors: EL MEDINA

PREMIER SECURITIES, INC. : 215 E BERRY ST , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : 9/15/1987 Inactive : 2/13/1991

STANDARD BUILDING COMPANY INC : 215 E Berry Street, FORT WAYNE, IN 46802: Creation : 01/31/1923 Inactive : 12/31/1987

DISNEY REAL ESTATE INC: 1/3/1977 : Inactive : 12/1/1987

THE LINCOLN GROUP INC : 2/1/1983 Inactive: 12/31/1987

INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY INC E: : 1/28/1985 Inactive : 12/31/1987

SWISS SYSTEMS INCORPORATED: 6/26/1986 Inactive : 12/31/1987

1988

01/01/1988 Fort Wayne National Bank acquired Fort Wayne National Bank Realty

NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY Legal Name: GENERAL MORTGAGE SERVICE COMPANY: 10370 Richmond Ave , HOUSTON, TX 77042: Creation : 3/18/1988 Inactive : 12/30/1991 Original Creation : 12/4/1968 Original Creation State: AK Other Names:2/13/1989 NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPAN

NORTH AMERICAN REAL ESTATE INC : Creation : 2/26/1981 Inactive : 7/11/1988

ELEKTRON LEASING COMPANY: 215 E Berry St PO Box 2263, FT WAYNE, IN 46802 Creation : 8/16/1988 Inactive : 7/14/2000

AMSTAR SUGAR CORPORATION: 1251 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS , NEW YORK, NY 10020 : Creation : 8/19/1970 Inactive: 10/28/1988 : Creation State: DE

10/31/1988 mtg granted by First Federal Savings Bank and Trust in Lakeland is later assigned through RTC to Fairfield Affiliates

(last adddress of "Kryder Real Estate") LINCOLN MANAGEMENT CORPORATION : 309 STANDARD BLDG , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : Creation : 4/25/1975 Inactive : 11/28/1888

ALLEN FINANCE COMPANY, INC. Legal Name: MEDICAL CREDIT CORPORATION : 202 STANDARD BUILDING (215 East Berry St) , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : : 4/30/1936 Inactive Date: 11/28/1988 Other Names : 4/30/1936 ALLEN FINANCE COMPANY, INC.

1989

NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY Legal Name: GENERAL MORTGAGE SERVICE COMPANY: 10370 Richmond Ave , HOUSTON, TX 77042: Creation : 3/18/1988 Inactive : 12/30/1991 Original Creation : 12/4/1968 Original Creation State: AK Other Names: 2/13/1989 NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPAN

  • PULLMAN LEASING COMPANY : 550 CALIFORINA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 : 10/22/1973 Inactive : 10/14/1992 Other Names 2/7/1989 SIGNAL CAPITAL CORPORATION

WHITE HOUSE SYSTEM, INC. : 1444 Mishawaka Ave., SOUTH BEND, IN 46615 : Creation : 6/13/1989

(Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.) CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPANY : PO BOX 300 , TULSA, OK : 12/26/1929 Inactive : 7/31/1989

FAIRFIELD INN BY MARRIOTT LIMITED PARTNERSHIP: 10400 FERNWOOD ROAD , BETHESDA, MD 20058 : LP89090099 Active Creation : 08/31/1989 to Expire: 12/31/2099

CERTIFIED SYSTEMS INCORPORATED : 6975 Corporate Circle, INDPLS, IN 46278 : 1989090149 Creation : 9/5/1989 Inactive : 9/1/2005

1990

SALIN BANCSHARES, INC.: 8455 Keystone Crossing Dr. Suite 105, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46240 Creation : 11/26/1984 : Other Names: 5/10/1990 SALIN BANCSHARES OF NORTH CENTRAL INDIANA, INC William Salin, Indiana Secretary of State

10/03/1990 Germany reunified

11/02/1990 Indiana Expiration of North American Properties, Inc., "a forty-year corporation"

1991

PREMIER SECURITIES, INC. : 215 E BERRY ST , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : 9/15/1987 Inactive : 2/13/1991

FORT WAYNE BANK BUILDING INC : 110 WEST 7TH STREET , TULSA, OK 74102 Creation : 04/21/1966 Inactive : 05/20/1991

  • Dissolution of Fort Wayne Bank Building, Inc.; title to Fort Wayne Bank Building transferred to New York Life c/o "Wayne Partnership" formed in 1970

KAUFMANN, INC. Creation: 8/12/1991 Inactive: 4/27/1994

NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPANY Legal Name: GENERAL MORTGAGE SERVICE COMPANY: 10370 Richmond Ave , HOUSTON, TX 77042: Creation : 3/18/1988 Inactive : 12/30/1991 Original Creation : 12/4/1968 Original Creation State: AK Other Names:2/13/1989 NORTH AMERICAN MORTGAGE COMPAN

1992

Thomas M. Moorhead retired from Baker and Daniels; Bernie E. Ewing aka B. Edward Ewing was Vice-President of General Dynamics

PULLMAN LEASING COMPANY : 550 CALIFORINA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 : 10/22/1973 Inactive : 10/14/1992 Other Names 2/7/1989 SIGNAL CAPITAL CORPORATION

SUMITOMO BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY: One World Trade Center Suite 8505, NEW YORK, NY 10048 Creation : 10/15/1992 Inactive : 9/6/2000

PHASE II SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED : 3961 MACARTHUR BLVD STE 200, NEWPORT BEACH, CA 92660 : Status: Active Creation : 10/17/2003 Original Creation Date: 12/14/1992 Original Creation State: CA

1993

NORTH AMERICAN PROPERTIES, INC. Creation : 06/25/1993 Inactive : 03/29/1996

NORWEST INDIANA, INC. : 111 E. Wayne St., FORT WAYNE, IN 46802: 12/24/1968 Inactive : 12/22/1997 Other Names 09/03/1993 LINCOLN FINANCIAL CORPORATION Azar was a Director

FAIRFIELD INN Legal Name: HOST MARRIOTT CORPORATION: 10400 Fernwood Rd. Dept. 72.862, BETHESDA, MD 20817: Creation : 03/19/1975 Inactive : 01/06/1999: Other Names : 03/19/1975 FAIRFIELD INN 03/19/1975 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 10/21/1993 MARRIOTT CORPORATION

NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, INC. : 5001 US Highway 30 West , FORT WAYNE, IN 46818 : 1993110035 Active Creation : 10/29/1993 : Original Creation : 08/20/1993 Other Names :10/29/1993 CDL PLUS 10/29/1993 FLEET SERVICE 08/25/1994 NAVL, INC.

Expiration of Trust F.S. 58070 , "Twenty years after the death of Lauren O.King, Trustee.," 11/09/1973 in Sebring, Florida, Highlands County, whose obituary was published in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 11/13/1973

Declaration of Trust THE HOUGH GROUP OF FUNDS %LINDA S MURRAY, DECHERT PRICE & RHOADS 1500 K STREET, NW WASHINGTON DC 20005-1208 Filed 11/10/1993 State MA Status ACTIVE

    • CSX REAL PROPERTY, INC. 301 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FL 32202 Filed 11/10/1993 State VA Status ACTIVE

1994

in 1994 the oldest municpal bonds in Fort Wayne were 1982 issue

SHAMROCK ESTATE LIQUIDATORS, INC. , IN: Creation : 7/5/1994 Inactive : 5/18/1998

FAIRFIELD : MFI PARTNERS, L.P. : 1001 Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 220 South, WASHINGTON, DC 20004 : : 7/20/1994 to Expire: 12/31/2014 Creation : 6/23/1994 Other Names 7/20/1994 FAIRFIELD INN FT. WAYNE

Lincoln National Corporation purchased Delaware Management Holdings, Inc., manager of 31 mutual funds

1995

March 28 World's largest bank-Japan's Mitsubishi Bank and Bank of Tokyo merged

SWISS REINSURANCE AMERICA CORPORATION 813952 Filed 10/09/1959 Status Active NAME CHANGE 08/07/1995 OLD NAME WAS : NORTH AMERICAN REINSURANCE CORPORATION

FORT WAYNE EQUITIES, INC. : 12655 Olive Blvd Ste 200, ST. LOUIS, MO 63141 : : 11/9/1995 Inactive : 10/11/2001 Original Creation : 9/1/1994

1996

NATIONAL FINANCIAL REALTY TRUST : 610 Kaufman-Straus Bldg. , LOUISVILLE, KY 40202 : 4/29/1970 Inactive: 2/9/1996

NORTH AMERICAN PROPERTIES, INC. Creation : 06/25/1993 Inactive : 03/29/1996

Barnett Bank of Tampa 101 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, FL 33602 : 1/1/1883 Inactive as of: June 29, 1996

Premier Community Bank 160 Pointe Loop Drive Venice,FL 34293 FDIC Certificate #: 34344 Date Established: 11/1/1996

1997

THE HUNTINGTON STATE BANK : WEST MAIN ST. , ALEXANDRIA, OH 43001 : Creation: 5/7/1997 Inactive: 2/6/2001 Original Creation: 11/13/1905

HOTEL INVESTORS II, L.P. : 3399 Peachtree Rd NE, Ste 2050, ATLANTA, GA 30326 : Creation :8/4/1997 to Expire: 12/31/2040

MAXFIELD FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP : 10936 Birkdale Court , FORT WAYNE, IN 46804 : Creation : 11/12/1997 to Expire: 12/31/2027

NORWEST INDIANA, INC. : 111 E. Wayne St., FORT WAYNE, IN 46802: 12/24/1968 Inactive : 12/22/1997 Other Names 09/03/1993 LINCOLN FINANCIAL CORPORATION Azar was a Director

1998

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL CORPORATION ( Fort Wayne National Corporation filed Annual Reports but had no federal i.d. number from 1969 to the of its "founding" in 1982): 110 WEST BERRY STREET , FORT WAYNE, IN 46802 : Creation : 01/13/1969 : Inactive : 03/30/1998.

3/30/1998 NA Acquisition Corporation merged into North American Van Lines, Inc

INDIANA SECURITIES, LLC : 320 N. Meridian Street Suite 308, INDANAPOLIS, IN 46204 : 11/14/1997 Entity Date to Expire: 12/31/2050 Other Names 4/2/1998 FIRST INDIANA SECURITIES, LLC

6/01/1998 European Central Bank established, headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

SHAMROCK ESTATE LIQUIDATORS, INC. , IN: Creation : 7/5/1994 Inactive : 5/18/1998

ALLEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LEO, INDIANA : SEE MICRO FILM FILE 7103-524-02 : Creation : 4/21/1972 Inactive : 10/15/1998 FDIC Information states the Bank began 10/29/1971, failed in 1985 and was merged with assistance into NBD

1999

"Carlyle Taps Ewing For Turnaround Group. Author/s: David Snow Issue: Oct 11, 1999 The Carlyle Group has turned loose one of its star chief executives to form an investment club that will target turnaround deals. The club will invest the personal wealth of B. Edward Ewing and other Carlyle partners, as well as allow interested investors from the Washington firm's main fund to invest with the group on a deal-by-deal basis. The new , called Carlyle Management Group, is headquartered in Dallas and led by Ewing, who most recently acted as CEO of U.S. Marine Repair, a Carlyle conglomerate that specializes in ship repair."

"In 1999, Ewing Properties, the long-time apartment developer and affiliate of North American Properties, merged its extensive Texas apartment portfolio with a national apartment REIT"

FAIRFIELD INN Legal Name: HOST MARRIOTT CORPORATION: 10400 Fernwood Rd. Dept. 72.862, BETHESDA, MD 20817: Creation : 03/19/1975 Inactive : 01/06/1999: Other Names : 03/19/1975 FAIRFIELD INN 03/19/1975 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 10/21/1993 MARRIOTT CORPORATION

09/09/1999 Dubois County Bank, Jasper, Indiana est. 07/25/1885, merged into #4393 Old National Bank est. 11/11/1834

11/05/1999 #4393 Old National Bank est. 11/11/1834 merged into #3832 Old National Bank est. 08/27/1907

2000

FLAGLER BANK 1801 Forest Hill Boulevard West Palm Beach,FL 33406 Established: 4/10/2000

ELEKTRON LEASING COMPANY: 215 E Berry St PO Box 2263, FT WAYNE, IN 46802Creation : 8/16/1988 Inactive : 7/14/2000

SUMITOMO BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY: One World Trade Center Suite 8505, NEW YORK, NY 10048 Creation : 10/15/1992 Inactive : 9/6/2000

09/25/ 2000 "Wayne Partnership " new owners of the National City Bank Building, renovated National City Building, 110 W. Berry St. Wayne Partership when its main tenant changed owners. Formerly the Fort Wayne National Bank Building, it became the STAR Bank Building at 110 W. Berry St.

2001

PRAIRIE OIL & GAS COMPANY, INC. (Registered) Current Information Control Number: 2001020800405 Owner Name: ROBERT STERGE Address: PO BOX 1181, OWENSBORO, KY 42302 Status: Expired Type: Registered Name Creation Date: 2/1/2001 Name Date to Expire: 12/31/2001

9/10/2001 LNC sold Lincoln Reinsurance to Swiss Re (aka North American Re) the day before the WTC attack; FTC Transaction Number: 20012356 Early Termination : 09/10/2001 Acquiring Person: Swiss Reinsurance Company Acquired Person: Lincoln National Corporation Acquired : The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company (The purchase contract provided that the claim costs from the 11 September 2001 events remain with the seller).

FORT WAYNE EQUITIES, INC. : 12655 Olive Blvd Ste 200, ST. LOUIS, MO 63141 : 11/9/1995 Inactive : 10/11/2001 Original Creation : 9/1/1994

2002

2003

PHASE II SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED : 3961 MACARTHUR BLVD STE 200, NEWPORT BEACH, CA 92660 : Status: Active Creation : 10/17/2003 Original Creation Date: 12/14/1992 Original Creation State: CA

2004

2005

PERSIAN GULF REAL ESTATE PARTNERS, LLC : 11033 SHIREGREEN LANE, FORT WAYNE, IN 46814 : 2005030400140 Creation : 2/24/2005 Inactive : 1/5/2007

Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation announced redemption of $550,000,000 of Federal Farm Credit Banks Consolidated Systemwide Bonds. The Bonds will be called in whole and at par. 04/18/2006 02/01/2005 01/18/2005 - 02/01/2005

2006

ACME REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, LLC : 2006031300698 Creation : 3/13/2006

2040

HOTEL INVESTORS II, L.P. : 3399 Peachtree Rd NE, Ste 2050, ATLANTA, GA 30326 : Creation :8/4/1997 to Expire: 12/31/2040

2050

INDIANA SECURITIES, LLC : 320 N. Meridian Street Suite 308, INDANAPOLIS, IN 46204 : 11/14/1997 Entity Date to Expire: 12/31/2050 Other Names 4/2/1998 FIRST INDIANA SECURITIES, LLC

 

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