Surrey, Kent & Sussex Bank
SURREY, KENT & SUSSEX BANKING COMPANY IN SURREY
An early joint-stock bank, Surrey, Kent & Sussex Banking Company was started in 1836.
Cheque issued by Surrey, Kent & Sussex Banking Company
In 1838 it became the London & County Joint Stock Banking Co. and, in 1866, changed its name to the London & County Banking Co.
Cheque issued by the London & County Joint Stock Banking Co. but styled 'London & County Bank'
Cheque issued by the London & County Banking Company
In 1909 the bank was taken over by London & Westminster Bank, at which time it had branches throughout Surrey.
Surrey branches (pre-1900): Balham, Chertsey, Claygate, Croydon, Dorking, East Sheen, Epsom, Esher, Farnham, Guildford, Kew, Kingston-upon-Thames, Leatherhead, Norwood, Putney, Redhill,
Reigate, Richmond, Ripley, Staines, Streatham, Surbiton, Sutton, Twickenham,
West Norwood, Weybridge