Christy, Lloyd & Co

Christy, Lloyd & Co (1824-1829), established in Stockport, was a past constituent of NatWest.

Brief history

This private bank was established in Stockport in 1824 by four local businessmen: William Miller-Christy, son of a London hatter; John Winterbottom, a local solicitor; John Worsley, a Stockport hat manufacturer; and Isaac Lloyd, son of a Birmingham banker.

In 1829 the bank merged with Manchester & Liverpool District Banking Co, one of the new generation of large shareholder-owned joint stock banks. The new bank was still in the process of being established at the time of the acquisition. It began trading on 1 December 1829, with the former business of Christy, Lloyd & Co as its Stockport branch.

Published histories

  • The Story of Underbank Hall, Stockport (London: privately published by the Royal Bank of Scotland Archives, 2001)

Summary of our archive holdings

Our archival records of Christy, Lloyd & Co have the reference code CHR.

For help understanding words used here, check our glossary of banking record types (PDF 68 KB).

  • banknotes 1825
  • letter to London agent 1828
  • cheque form 1820s