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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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FOR RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS, IN ENcLAN D. m5 NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. nrm lUin John Rippingham, formerly of Dulwich in the county of Surrey, since of Great Pulteney- street in the parish of Saint James, Westminster, and late of Cheltenham in the county of Glou- cester, and late of Piccadilly in the county of IMiddlesex, - - - gentleman ------- James Cooper, formerly of N° 2 White- horse place Commercial- road, and late of N° 39 Dean- street Soho, both in the county of Mid- dlesex, - - - corn and hay dealer - - - - - Thomas Price, late of Chertsey Sur- rey, clerk - -- -- -- -- -- John Taylor, - - formerly of Gloucester- terrace Commercial- road, Middlesex, and late of Deal in the county of Kent, - - purser in His Majesty's Navy - -- -- -- -- - - -- John Raine, late of Stamford- street, and of the Cooperage in Upper Ground- street, both in the parish of Christ Church Surrey, - - cooper Charles Medlicott, late of 108 Drury- lane in the county of Middlesex, button and trimming- seller- - -- -- -- -- - Jeremiah Griffiths, - - - late of Birmingham in the county of Warwick, pocket- book lock maker - -- -- -- -- -- -- William Forrest, - - - late of Birmingham in the county of Warwick, victualler - - - William Gunnell, - - - late of Mitcham in the county of Surrey,--- licensed hawker - - - William Boundy, - - formerly of Bristol, but late of Chepstow in the county of Monmouth, - shop- keeper and dealer - -- -- -- -- - Isaac Herbeart, formerly and late of Penalt near Monmouth, in the county of Mon- mouth, - - - butcher and publican - - - - - Christopher Pike, - - - late of Kingsland- road in the parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch, and formerly of Bow Common lane Mile- end, both in the county of Middlesex, carpenter and buil- der, and coal and potatoe dealer - - - - - John Harrison, - - of Gateshead in the county of Durham, joiner - -- -- -- - Philip Russell, - - - late of Sheerness in the county of Kent, - - - shopkeeper - - - - - Hugh Thomas Jones, - - - late of Fleet- market in the city of London, cheesemonger - - - Robert Griffith, formerly and late of Lla- nerchymedd, in the parish of Rhodeyndice and county of Anglesea, shoemaker - - - - Robert Giddings, late of Ludlow in the county of Salop, before then of Leominster in the : county of Hereford, but formerly of Chepstow in 1: the county of Monmouth, victualler- - - Emanuel Mendle, formerly and late of Liverpool in the county of Lancaster, tra- velling hawker - -- -- -- -- -- Samuel Girdlestone, esquire, - - barrister at law John Smith, - - formerly of Castle Dorrington, but late of Leicester 111 the county of Leices- ter, basket- maker, in Saint Martin's parish in the town of Leicester ------ Thomas Gamble, formerly and late of Quorunden in the county of Leicester, farmer and shopkeeper in the parish of Quorundon aforesaid - - - - -- -- -- -- 107. .: 1 X
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