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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 o f 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. 85 NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. Joseph Beach, - - - late of Great Grimsby in the county of Lincoln, and now of the town of Kingston- upon- Hull, - - - mariner - - - - - William Jackson, late of Sculcoates in the county of York, and now of the parish of The. Holy Trinity, in the town of Kingston upon Hull, livery stableman and victualler - - Jesss Munn, - - - formerly of Ilawkhurst Kent, late of Brighton in the county of Sussex, - plumber and glazier - -- -- -- -- -- - William Howell, - formerly and late of Brighton in the county of Sussex, shoemaker - - - John Lea, - - - of Bradford in the county of York, - - - cordwainer - -- -- -- - John Lee, late of Gregory in the township of Whitley Upper, in the parish ot Kirkeaton and county of York, but now of Leptou in the parish and county aforesaid - -- -- -- -- James How, formerly of Preseott- street, Goodman's Fields Whitechapel in the county of Middlesex, green grocer, and late ot the hamlet of Brentwood in the county of Essex, grocer and cheesemonger ------- William Pearson, formerly and late of Writtle in the county of Essex, cordwainer - Richard Goodwin, - - late of Canterbury in the county of Kent, grocer and shopkeeper - - William Kennerley, - - - formerly of Wultham Holy Cross in the county of Hertford, and of Waltham Abbey in the county of Essex, and ;: late of Merton in the county of Surrey, and of Wimbledon in the same county, - callico- printer - James Collett, - - - - formerly of Broad- court Long Acie in the county of Middlesex, then of Denmark- street Soho in the said county, and late of Brewers- street Somers town in the said > county, writer and sign painter - - - - Joseph Gwyer, - of the city of Bristol, - waterman Edward Slee, - - - of Saint Michael's Hill in the city of Bristol and county of the same • city, - - - cordwainer --------- John Alexander Willmett, late of N° 15 ^ County Terrace, Kent Road Surrey, before then of N° 15 Chester- place, Kennington Surrey, , before then of N° 9 Duke- street Westminster, before then of Epsom in the county of Surrey, be- fore then of Tonbridge in the county of Kent - - James Wintle, formerly of Bowyer- lane Camberwell in the county of Surrey, and late of the Borough Road in the said county, work- ing silversmith ----------- Matthew Mecklenburgh, - - late of Woolwich i in the county of Kent, baker, formerly of Chelms- ford in the county of Essex, millwright - - IWilliam Hooker, - - late of Market- street, near Saint Albans in the county of Hertford, - - shop- James Rafler, formerly of Thomas- street in the city of Dublin and kingdom of Ireland, and [ late of Boss- court Upper thames- street in the city of London, china merchant - - - - Robert Best, late of Jews Row Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, and formerly of New- port in the Isle of Wight, Hampshire, - an invalid soldier and Chelsea pensioner ------ 1 07.
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