Walton Equitable Bank (Walton, Ky.)
The bank was located on Main Street in Walton. The building was taken over by the Dixie State Bank after the two banks merged in 1936. The building is now home to a branch of U.S. Bank.
Verona Deposit Bank (Verona, Ky.)
Verona Deposit Bank was one of several small, local financial institutions founded in the county during the first decade of the 20th century.
Union Deposit Bank (Union, Ky.)
The bank was established January 1, 1903. It closed June 26, 1986, merging into The Central Trust Company.
Peoples Deposit Bank (Burlington, Ky.)
The bank was established in 1904, with an initial capital stock offering of $20,000. Owen Watts was elected first chairman of the bank and B.W. Adams, president.
Hebron Deposit Bank (Hebron, Ky.)
The bank was established March 18, 1920. After Farmer's Bank of Petersburg closed, Hebron Deposit acquired the building and opened a Petersburg Branch.
Farmer's Bank of Petersburg (Petersburg, Ky.)
The Farmer's Bank was located on First Street in Petersburg. It was the fourth bank organized in the county, founded June 18, 1903. For several years it was the only bank serving the western section of the county.
Dixie State Bank (Walton, Ky.)
One of Walton's early financial institutions, the Dixie State Bank was built on South Main Street in the late 1920's. In later years the bank moved across the street into the former Walton Equitable Bank building, after the two banks merged in 1936.
Citizens Deposit Bank (Belleview, Ky.)
Located on McVille Road in Belleview, the Citizens Deposit Bank was the second financial institution established in western Boone County.
Boone County Deposit Bank (Burlington, Ky.)
The Boone County Deposit Bank, with the Peoples Deposit Bank, BE 139 was one of two financial institutions in the nineteenth and early twentieth century Burlington. Judge Nathaniel Riddell served as president of both.
Florence Deposit Bank (Florence, Ky.)
The bank was established July 25, 1904. It closed May 1, 1991, merging into Liberty National Bank of Northern Kentucky.