City National Bank of Chattanooga
In 1838, David Claiborne McMillin moved to Chattanooga just as the town was established. McMillin and
his brother, Johnathan, opened a dry goods store on Market Street. McMillin served as alderman in 1852
before being elected Mayor in 1856. McMillin remained in Chattanooga, helping establish the City
National Bank in 1870.
City National Bank 4-29-1871, Revenue Stamp RNC13, CiNB-001
Signed by D. C. McMillin, Cashier
Unknown Bank 6-26-1879, X-001
David C. McMillin, Jr. was D.C.'s son. He was born in 1852, one of 11 children.
Compliments of William Crutchfield, Great Great Grandson of W. C McMillin, Sr.
Discount & Deposit Bank
City National 5-6-1872,
Revenue Stamp R135,CiNB-002