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Account of Persons who applied to be discharged under Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England

21/02/1815

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f o r r e l i e f of i n s o l v en t d e b t o r s, i n e n g l a n d. NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions kc. continued. James Smith, - - - late of Peckham Rye, in the parish of Cambeiwell in the county of Sur- rey, - - - butcher and chandler ------ Henry Dundas Perrott, - - - late of N° 22 Fre- deric- place Hampstead- road, in the parish of Saint Pancras and in the county of Middlesex,- formerly a lieutenant of His Majesty's navy - - - - Francis Pickering, - - late of Darlington, in the county of Durham, victualler - - - - - William Mellor, - - - late of Chapel le- frith in the count)' of Derby, shoemaker - - - - James Jefferys, - - late of Hatton- garden Liver- pool, Lancashire, - - - tailor ------- John Mattocks, late of Middle- row Broad- street Bloomsbury, Middlesex, pastry- cook -------------- Henry Hodder, late of the parish of Wins- ham in the county of Somerset, tallow- chandler ------------- William Homer, - - late of Whitall- street Bir- mingham, Warwickshire, bridle- cutter and braw- maker ---------- Robert Rogers late of Great Alie- street Goodman's- fields, Middlesex, glazier and painter - -- -- -- -- -- -- William Jones, - formerly and late of Wrexham in the county of Derbyshire, - - gardener - - - David Rayne, late of Sunderland, in the county of Durham, near the Sea, - - grocer - - Edward Deeley,- late of Sloane- square Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, - - butcher - - - William Smith, - - late of the town of Dudley in the county of Worcester, - - oatmeal- man and baker - -- -- -- -- -- -- James Holley, late of Uffenlin Devon- shire, labourer --------- Richard Line, - - late of the town and parish of Bilstone Staffordshire,-.- victualler - - - - Thomas Foster, - - late of the town and parish of Tenbury Worcestershire, currier - - - Obadiah Boote, - late of Richmond in the county of Surrey, currier and leather- cutter - - - Samuel Davies, late of the parish of Mer- thyrtydvil, in the county of Glamorgan, - - shoe- maker ------------- William Davies, - - late of the town of Cardiff in the county of Glamorgan, - - grocer - - - Joseph Heap, - late of West Nelley, in the parish of Kirk Burton in the county of York, - clothier Hutton Watson, - - late of the town and county of Newcastle- upon- Tyne, bookseller - - - Henry Longstaff, late of Spalding in the county of Lincoln, pipe- maker - - - - William Wilson, late of Cleaver- street Kennington, Surrey, - - carpenter - - - - - Bernard Boyle, late of N° 22 Cloth- fair in the city of London, army clothier - - - Paul Barnaschina ( sued by the name of Paule Barnashina) - - - - late of N'° 2 Great Warner- street Cold Bath- fields, in the county of Mid- dlesex, - - common picture- frame maker - - - Richard Holltum, - - tailor, - late of the parish of Sturry in the county of Kent - - - - -
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