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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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73 persons w h o h a v e a p p l i e d t o " b'e d i s c h a r g e d , u n d e r a c t s 53 & 5 4 g e o . il l, NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. John Baker, - - - - formerly and late of the parish of Bampton in the county of Devon, - lath- maker - -- -- -- -- -- -- Edmund Lock Polendine, late of the town of Cambridge in the county of Cam- bridge, grocer ( sued by the name of Edward Pollendine) ---------- Ann Prescott, - - - - late of Lewisham in the county of Kent, - - - widow ------- Joseph Leather, - - - of Birmingham in the county of Warwick, - - - butcher - - - - - William Freeman, brass founder, - of Bir- mingham, Warwickshire ------- William Hart, - • - of Green Barrel Forge Birmingham; Warwickshire ------- Thomas May, - - - - formerly of Great Wild- street Lincoln's- inn Fields in the county of Middlesex, late of Swallow- street, in the parish . of Saint James Westminster in the said county, - - - cap- maker - -- -- -- - John Fowles ( sued by the name of John Fowls) formerly of street in the county of Somerset, late of Lower George- street, in the parish of Saint Luke's Chelsea, and lastly of Queen- street, in the parish of Saint George Chelsea, both in the county of Middlesex, - labour- ing gardener - -- -- -- -- -- Adam Herman, late of N° 16 Berwick- street Soho, in the parish of Saint James in the county of Middlesex, - - - eating- house keeper - Edmund James Harrison ( sued by the name of James Harrison) formerly of the Globe and Lion Cherry Garden- street, Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey in the county of Surrey, - victualler, late of N° 130 Rosemary- lane, in the parish of Saint Mary Whitechapel in the county of Middle- sex, gunsmith ------ Frances Abigail Wilmot ( sued by the name of Ann otherwise Amelia Wilmot) late of 30 Hamdon- street Somers- town, in the parish of Saint Pancras in the county of Middle- sex, • - - widow - -- -- -- -- - George Russell, - - - formerly of the Angel, Tothill- fields Westminster, victualler, and late a lodger in Peter- street Clerkenwell, both in the county of Middlesex ------- John Prentice, late of N° 16 Devonshire- street Queen- square in the county of Middle- sex, - - - mate in the East India Company's service -------------- Jane Harris, late of Little Sutton- street Soho, in the parish of Saint Ann Soho in the county of Middlesex, - - - widow - - - - - John Hodgkinson, - - late of Burr- street, Saint George's- in- the- East in the county of Middlesex, - - - umbrella manufacturer - - - Jane Sutcliff, - - - late of Leeds and thereto- fore of Seacroft, both in the West Riding of the county of Y ork, - - - widow and shopkeeper - - Joshua Barnard, of Leeds in the county of York, farmer - - ------- Samuel Cooke, - - - of Leeds in the county of York, - - - cloth- dresser -------- William Hobbs, - - formerly of Long- lane West Smithfield, and late of Maidenhead- court Alders- gate street, both in the city of London, - - baker
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