Union Saving Bank
Union Saving Bank
29 Main St S, Bridgewater, CT 06752

Phone Number: 860 210-4124

Business Hours:
Mon-Tues 8:00-4:00
Wednesday 8:00-12:00
Thurs-Fri 8:00-5:00
Saturday  8:30-12:30
* Convenient ATM at this location

Union Savings Bank was founded in 1866 by a group of Danbury businessmen including James S. Taylor, the Bank’s first President who was a descendant of Thomas Taylor, patriarch of one of the seven original families that founded Danbury.

In 1849, James S. Taylor purchased the land and building on the site which would become the future location of Union Savings Bank. The 1880 Atlas of Danbury shows Union Savings Bank occupied a wood frame building owned by W. H. Clark, located on the east side of Main Street across from both the Danbury National Bank and its present location.

James Taylor was an attorney and prominent businessman in Danbury, who purchased many parcels of land and buildings, and loaned money to many people. He owned the land at 226 Main Street, and the initial building at that location was a wood frame building that Taylor used as his office for the bank.


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