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Insolvent Debtors 1765

Articles from the London Gazette

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The under-mentioned Persons claiming the Benefit of the Act lately passed for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, the following Notices have been brought to the Printers of the LONDON GAZETTE, to be inserted in this Paper, and are herein inserted in Obedience to the said Act.

The following Persons being Prisoners for Debt, in the respective Prisons, or Goals hereafter mentioned, do hereby give Notice, that they intend to take the Benefit of an Act of Parliament, passed in the Fifth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intituled, An Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, at the next General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be held in and for the County, Riding, Division, City, Town, Liberty, or Place, or any Adjournment thereof, which shall happen next after THIRTY Days from the FIRST Publication of the under-mentioned Names, viz.

London Gazette - Issue 10530 published on the 11 June 1765

Prisoners in the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St Thomas the Apostle in the County of Devon.
First Notice.
William Carder, formerly of Liverpool in the County of Lancaster, late of Bideford in the County of Devon, Dealer in Corn.
John Phillips, formerly of Plymouth, late of Egg Buckland, both in the County of Devon, Innkeeper.
Eleanor Burnett, formerly of Plymouth, late of Egg Buckland, both in the County of Devon, Widow.
James Tippett, formerly of Totnes, late of Berry Pomeroy, both in the County of Devon, Woolcomber.
James Coose, formerly of Stoke Underhan in the County of Somerset, late of Bridford in the County of Devon, Tailor.
John Alger, formerly of Newton Ferris, late of Brixstone, both in the County of Devon, Woolcomber.
Thomas Light, formerly of the City of Bath, Gilder and Carver, late a Private Soldier in the Sixty Sixty Regiment of Foot.
Richard Follett, late of Knowstone in the County of Devon, yeoman.
Thomas Baker, late of Stoke Gabriel in the County of Devon, Labourer.
William Ferris, formerly of Coffins-well, late of Tingmouth, both in the County of Devon, Thatcher.
George Gill, late of the Parish of Highbickington in the County of Devon, Butcher.
Thomas Croydon, late of the Parish of Willand in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
Richard Kelley, late of the Parish of Countisbury in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
William Thorne, late of the Parish of Northmolton in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
John Mock, late of the Parish of Stoke Rivers in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
Peter Radford, late of the Parish of Colliton in the County of Devon, Sadler.
James Jerrett, late of Sandford in the County of Devon, Cooper
John Pannell, late of Topsham in the County of Devon, Victualler.
Adam Pierce, late of Honiton in the County of Devon, Joiner.
John Hooper, formerly of Harpford, late of Aylesbear, both in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
John Adams late of Mary Anstey in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
Elias Locke, formerly of Northmolton, late of Eastbuckland, both in the County of Devon, Yeoman.
John Blamy, formerly of Weston Petherell Tything, late of Tamerton Follet, both in the County of Devon, Husbandman.
John Northcott, formerly of Southtawton, late of Tavistocke in the County of Devon, Yeoman.
Agnes Chappellman, late of Beaford in the County of Devon, Widow.

London Gazette - Issue 10532 published on the 18 June 1765

Prisoners in the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St Thomas the Apostle in the County of Devon.
First Notice.
John Truskett, late of Plymouth Dock in the County of Devon, Tailor.

London Gazette - Issue 10534 published on the 25 June 1765

Prisoners in the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St Thomas the Apostle in the County of Devon.
First Notice.
James Earle, late of Oakhampton in the County of Devon, Maltster.

London Gazette - Issue 10539 published on the 13 July 1765

Fugitive surrendered to the Keeper of the POULTRY Compter in the City of London.
Second Notice.
Anthony Pollexfen, formerly of Plymouth in the County of Devon, late of the Parish of Allhallows London Wall, Victualler.

London Gazette - Issue 10548 published on the 13 August 1765

Fugitive surrendered to the Keeper of the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, in and for the County of Devon.
First Notice.
John Hallett, formerly of Wells in the County of Norfolk, late of Horry Bridge in the County of Devon, Sail-maker and Rope-maker.

London Gazette - Issue 10550 published on the 20 august 1765

Prisoner in the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle in the County of Devon.
First Notice.
John Northcott, formerly of Southtawton, late of Tavistocke in the County of Devon, Yeoman.

Prisoners in the Castle of TREMATON in the Dutchy of Cornwall.
First Notice.
Leonard Pethick, late of Plymouth Dock in the County of Devon, Labourer.
Jane Harris, late of Plymouth in the County of Devon, Spinster.

London Gazette - Issue 10552 published on the 27 August 1765

Prisoners in the Castle of TREMATON in the Dutchy of cornwall.
First Notice.
Leonard Petherick, late of Plymouth Dock in the County of Devon, Labourer.

London Gazette - Issue 10555 published on the 7 September 1765

Prisoners in the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle in the County of Devon.
First Notice.
Elias Lock, formerly of Northmolton, late of Eastbuckland, both in the County of Devon, Husbandman.

Second Notice.
James Earle, late of Okehampton in the County of Devon, Maltster and Victualler.

London Gazette - Issue 10556 published on the 10 September 1765

Fugitive surrendered to the Keeper of the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, in and for the County of Devon.
First Notice.
John Coles, formerly of Lee Street in Holbourn, London, late of Plymouth in the County of Devon, Baker.

London Gazette - Issue 10558 published on the 17 September 1765

Fugitives surrendered to the Keeper of the SHERIFF's Ward or Prison in the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, in and for the County of Devon.
First Notice.
Thomas Harkcom, formerly of Brixham, afterwards of Plymouth, both in the County of Devon, Victualler, and late Gunner's-Mate of His Majesty's Ship York.
Thomas Dunn, formerly of Plymouth in the County of Devon, late of the Parish of St. Thomas in the City of Dublin in the Kingdom of Ireland, Victualler.