1902: This was Groton Bank’s first town house and has four units. It has been in the Newbury family for more than a century
c. 1895: Another example is the Charles E. White House. Charles was the son of an early whaling Capt. Edwin W. White. He became a trustee and treasurer of the Savings Bank of New London after gaining his financial expierence as trustee handling the $1 million estate of Capt. Ebenezer Morgan upon Morgan's death in 1890.