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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 e n t d e b t o r s , IN e n c l a n d. m5 NAMES, Trades, and Descriptions, & c. continued. It, George Grey, late of Wych- street Drury- lane in the county of Middlesex, currier John Angell, late of Vauxhall- row, in the parish of Saint Mary's Lambeth in the county of Surrey, eating- house keeper - - - - Nicholas Thomas, - late of Mevagissey in the county of Cornwall, - - shipwright and innkeeper Joseph Entwistle, - formerly of Manchester, and late of Longsight near Manchester in the county of Lancaster, - - - dealer in cotton twist and weft Thomas Brumhead, formerly of Fulston in the county of Lincoln, late of Gainsborough in the same county, - - - husbandman - - - - James Flinn, late of Mint- square, Saint George's- in- the- East in the county of Middle- sex, baker ---------- Samuel Needham, - - - formerly of Hoxton in the county of Middlesex, - - - stationer, then of Islington in the county of Middlesex, and late of the New Road, Mary- le- bone in the said county, schoolmaster ------- Tilden Wilmhurst, r - - of Cranbrook in the county of Kent - -- -- -- -- - Samuel Marsden, formerly of N° 90 Aldersgate- street London, watchmaker, since of Trafalgar- Street, City Road Middle- sex, - - - cheesemonger and grocer, and late of Lock's- fields, Walworth Surrey, - - cheesemonger Joseph Thompson, late of the Greyhound in North- street, in the parish of All Saints in the city of York, - - - cabinet- maker - - - - - John Hessay, - - - late of Market Weighton in the East Riding of the county of York, - clock and watchmaker - -- -- -- -- - John Whitehead, - - formerly of Parsons- street Ratcliffe Highway, and late of Moffatt- street City Road, both in the county of Middlesex, - - baker Joseph Rayment, formerly of N° C9 High- street in the borough of Southwark, - - stationer, in the county of Surrey, and late of Chells- yard, Newcastle- under- Line in the county of Staf- ford, pottery agent - -- -- -- - Anthony Carwithen, - - - late of the parish of Tetcott in the county of Devon, farmer Frederick Richards, of Webber- row, Saint George's Fields Southwark, German parchment dresser - - - - - - - - - Moses Solomon, late of N° 3 New Lisle- street Leicester- fields, - - - orange dealer - - John Bentley, - - - late of High- row, Knights- bridge Middlesex, and of Charles- street Black- friars Road Surrey, - - late purser of an Indiaman Richard Barlow, - heretofore of Sheep'shead Lei- cestershire, late of Brighton Sussex, - - formerly coachmaster jointly with James Chander, and late coachman to one of the Brighton coaches - - Lawrence Mountford, - formerly of the Lower Marsh, Lambeth Surrey, and late of the Mall, Saint George's Fields Southwark, - wheelwright John Ashley, late of Homerton, in the parish of Saint John's Hackney in the county of Middlesex, plumber ------ John West, - late of Dean- street, in the parish of Saint Margaret's and Saint John's in the city of Westminster, and formerly of King- street in the same parish and city, - - surgeon and apothecary
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