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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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• O f o r r e l i e f of i n s o l v e n t d e b t o r s , i n e n g l a n d. 79 NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, See. continued. Amount Arrested for. Phillipa Osborne, - - formerly of the parish of Saint Andrew, and late of Saint George's Tomb- land in the city of Norwich, widow and ale- house keeper ---------- Edmund Heagron Gibbs Bussey, - formerly of Burnham Sutton,- farmer, late of Paternoster- row London, and lastly of Saint George's Tornbland in the city of Norwich - -- -- -- - Thomas Jones, - late of 36 High- street in the parish of Saint Mary- le- bone, - - - carpenter and builder, broker and potatoe dealer - - - - John Growdy, - - - late of Stoney Hill, in the parish of Saint Michael in the city of Bris- tol, - - fishmonger - -- -- -- -- John Thomas, late of Llandeviloy, in the parish of Llandeviloy county of Carmarthen, victualler, then of Penvan, in the parish of Lla- nelly in the same county, - - farmer - - - - Richard Burnett, - formerly of Sutton's lakes, in the parish of Marden in the county of Here- ford, and late of the Folley, in the said parish ahd county, - - carpenter ------- John Oldroyd, - late of Henley, and formerly of Netherton Bank, both in the parish of Almond- bury in the West Riding of the county of York,-- joiner and cabinet maker - - - - - John Burgess, late of N° 58 Great Wild- street Lincoln's- Inn in the county of Middle- sex, - - chandler - -- -- -- -- - Angus Mac Bean, - - - late of Upton, in the parish of Lofthouse in the North Riding of the county of York, - - grocer and linen draper - - Thomas Whitely, - - late of Selby in the West Riding of the county of York, labourer, and there- tofore of Wistow in the said Riding, - - farmer - Richard Whiteing, formerly of Scale- lane in the county of York, and late of Hope- street, Hull in the said county, merchant's clerk - -- -- -- -- -- -- Lawrence Johnson, formerly of the King's arms public- house, Narrow- street Limehouse in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of Farmer- street, in the parish of Shadwell in the county of Middlesex, - licensed victualler - - - - - Benjamin Hunter, formerly and late of Morpeth in the county of Northumberland, - com- mon carrier ---- - ------ Benjamin Capper, - - formerly of Inner Tem- ple- lane London, then of Winter's place Lambeth walk Lambeth in the county of Surrey, and late of East- street Manchester- square in the county of Middlesex, esquire, barrister at Elizabeth Lucy Gardiner, - late of Newington in the county of Surrey, - - widow, - - formerly of Claplmm Rise in the same county - - - - - Stephen Underhill, - - formerly of Portsmouth Hants, and afterwards of Cawsand in the county of Devon, - slopseller, and last of the- Cellar- head Fleet prison in the city of London - - - - - Thomas Bott, - - formerly and late of Barley- stone in the county of Leicester, - - - framework knitter - -- -- -- -- -- -- William Walters, - - formerly of the parish of Kilgurwg, but late of Chepstow, . both in the county of Monmouth, butcher and publican - -- -- -- -- -- -
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