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Accounts Presented to the House of Commons, Pursuant to their Orders of 20th May 1808,  relating to the South Sea Company's Unclaimed Dividends

17/02/1806

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THREE- PER- CENT. ANNUITIES. 169 PROPRIETORS, & C. Date when firlt Dividend became due. Daniel Rolfe ------- Water- lane, cooper, del. Alexander Rose - - - - Freeschool- street, Southwark William Rowlindson, - Wigmore- street, Mary- bone, dd. George Russell Rotherhithe, mariner Joseph Russell North Cray, spoon maker James Rutherford Kingsbury, Middlesex s. Minister & Churchwardens of St. James's Westminster - - Revd Edward Salter, rector of Bishop's Waltham, Hants - Samuel Salter, Black Boy, Billiter- lane, Leadenhall- street Dame Elizabeth Vanacker Sambrooke - St. James's- street John Sanders Lemon- street Richard Sanders - - Mansel- street, Goodman's- fields, dd. Revd Richard Sandys & Catherina his wife, dd. Canter- bury John Sandon Eaton- bray, Bedfordshire Sarah Sharpe - ----- St. Sepulchre's, lpr. dd. John Shaw - ------ Cheshunt- house, Herts Richard Shaw ----- Tooley- street, Southwark, dd. Mary Slade - -- - Deptford, fpr John Stanton, Cheapside, & Nathaniel Stirling, Kensing- ton Elizabeth Seal - - Chiswick, fpr. dd. Peter Sequin - -- - Canterbury Ann Sewallis Hanover- square, fpr Revd Richard Shenton - - Chichester Rebekah Sheppard - - - Lloyd's Coffee- house, fpr. dd. George Spence Wandsworth, Surrey Ann Spencer, Broad- street, spf. since wife, now w°. & ex to Richard Percival Mary Spencer - - - St. George's Hanover- square, fpr Mary Spencer - - St. George's Hanover- square, fpr. dd. Elizabeth Sperinck, Moorgate, w°. fince wife of Richard Ball Thomas Pitt Stead South- sea- house Charles Stevens, esq; & George Augustus Prosser - - - Lawrence William Stevens, Catherine- hall, Cambridge, efq; Sarah Stevens, w°. dd. & Mary Sheppard, fpr - - - - Ann Street --------- Piccadilly, fpr Judith Simmons - ----- Bunhill- row, w°. dd. William Scipio Eltham, Kent Ann Shipman --------- Hart- street, w° John Shipton, Stanton Bury, near Newport Pagnel, Bucks Christian Smith - - - St. James house David Smith, dd. & Elizabeth his wife, Pump- court, Moor- lane Mary Smith - - St. George- the- Martyr, Southwark, w° John Spring - - - - Kennington- lane Edward Stinton - - - - Rood- lane, Fenchurch- street Helen Swinton, fpr. & Catherine Swinton, fpr. dd. both of St. James House Revd William Short Exeter, dd. George Stonestreet ( formerly Griffin) Clapham, Surry, dd. Elizabeth Stowell - - St. George's Hanover- square, fpr Samuel Sumpter Cosham near Portsmouth Susanna Squier Spitalfields, fpr 16. U
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