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Insolvent Debtors - 1813

Articles from the London Gazette

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Insolvent Debtors found in copies of the London Gazette

9 November 1813 - Issue 16804, William Rowe prisoner for debt, confined in the King's Bench prison, in the County of Surrey, formerly and late of Tavistock, in the County of Devon, and using the name and description of William Rowe, tailor.

9 November 1813 - Issue 16804, Charles Crews, late of Newton Abbot, in the County of Devon, cabinet-maker.

London Gazette - Issue 16835 published on the 30 December 1813

Prisoners in the Sheriffs Ward or Prison, in and for the City and county of the City of EXETER.
First Notice.
Ezekiel Abrahams, formerly of Plymouth in the county of Devon, and late of the city of Exeter, pen maker.
Lyon Lazurus, formerly of Plymouth-dock in the county of Devon and late of the city of Exeter, pencil-maker.
John Mayo, late of the city of Exeter, butcher.
Hannah [?] late of the city of Exeter, white bread baker.
Mary Townsend, late of the county of the city of Exeter, green grocer.
Thomas Pridham, formerly of Plymouth, in the county of Devon and late of the city of Exeter, patten-maker.