Gorham Akin Worth

Gorham Akin Worth (1782-1856) was born in Hudson, NY and became a clerk of the Bank of Hudson from 1809 to 1811 before moving to Albany for a cashiership at the Mechanics & Farmers Bank in 1813. Worth moved to Cincinnati, OH in 1817 where he worked as a cashier of a US branch bank before moving back to New York and becoming a cashier for the Tradesmen's Bank in 1823, and later the president of City Bank. Worth and MVB had a lifelong friendship with one another and often conversed freely on topics such as New York politics and finance.