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Insolvent Debtors - 1814

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INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

The following persons being Prisoners for Debt in the respective Gaols or Prisons hereafter mentioned, and having been charged in custody, on the Sixth day of November one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, for the non-payment of a debt or debts, sum or sums of money, do hereby respectively give this public notice, that they intend to take the benefit of an Act, passed in the fifty-fourth year of His present Majesty's reign, intituled An Act for the Relief of certain Insolvent Debtors in England. And they do hereby give notice, that true and perfect schedules, containing discoveries of all their real and personal estates, hereafter to be sworn to are now ready to be delivered to any creditors applying for the same, in manner as by the said Act is directed, to the Keepers or Gaolers, or their Deputies, of the said prisons.

London Gazette - Issue 16836 published on the 1 January 1814

Prisoners in the Sheriff's Ward, or Prison, in and for the County of DEVON.
Second Notice.
John Richards, formerly and late of the parish of Clist Honiton, in the county of Devon, yeoman.
John Tozes, formerly and late of the parish of Halberton, in the county of Devon, labourer.
William Courtis, formerly and late of Church-taunton, in the county of Devon, servant.
Nicholas Simmons, formerly of the parish of Modbury, and late of the parish of Stokedamerel, in the county of Devon, labourer.
Thomas Kember, formerly of the parish of East Budleigh, and late of the parish of Littleham, in the county of Devon, lace-dealer.
John Corner, formerly of the parish of Burliscombe, and late of the parish of Culmstock, in the county of Devon, yeoman.
William Holberton, formerly and late of the parish of Stoke damerell, in the county of Devon, Cordwainer.
William Bell, formerly and late of Plymouth, in the county of Devon, master mariner.
Robert Adams, junior, formerly of the parish of Lothbury, London, and late of Mincing-lane, London, ship and insurance-broker.
John Turner, formerly of the parish of Ottery St. Mary, and late of the parish of Payhembury, in the county of Devon, yeoman.
Thomas Cane, formerly and late of the parish of Ashburton, in the county of Devon, Cordwainer.
William Cornish, formerly of the parish of Chudleigh and late of the parish of Littleham, in the county of Devon, butcher.
John Goodridge, formerly of the parish of Totness, and late of the parish of Stokedamerell, in the county of Devon.
William Cleve, formerly and late of the parish of Oakhampton, in the county of Devon, butcher.
George Curtis, formerly of the parish of Stoodleigh, and late of the parish of Tiverton, in the county of Devon, labourer.
John Horner, formerly of the parish of Chardstock, and late of the parish of Membury, in the county of Devon, labourer.
John Ford, formerly of the parish of Biddiford, and late of the parish of Instow, in the county of Devon, labourer.
Henry Priscott, formerly of the parish of Buckland, and late of the parish of Bratton, servant.
Peter Daley, formerly of the parish of Plymouth, and late of the parish of Woodbury, in the county of Devon, carpenter.
Richard Stockman, formerly and late of the parish of Cotleigh, in the county of Devon, labourer.
Samuel Burrow, formerly of Murvinstone, in the county of Cornwall, and late of the parish of Hartland, labourer.
Elizabeth Shepton, formerly of London, and late of the parish of Stonehouse, in the county of Devon, milliner.
Elizabeth Baxter, formerly and late of the parish of Stokedamerell, in the county of Devon, victualler in the shipping.
Josh. Hannaford, formerly and late of the parish of Woolborough, Newton Abbott, in the county of Devon, Cordwainer.
William Holley, formerly and late of the parish of Burliscombe, in the county of Devon, wheelwright.
Francis Graham, formerly of the parish of Gillingham, in the county of Kent, and late of Plymouth Dock, in the county of Devon, gunner in the royal navy.
William Bartlett, formerly of the parish of Lime, in the county of Dorset, and late of the parish of Axminster, in the county of Devon, Cordwainer.
Elizabeth Nichols, formerly and late of the parish of Stokedamerell, in the county of Devon, shopkeeper.
John Passmore, formerly of the borough and parish of Barnstaple, and late of the parish of Plymouth, Devon, lieutenant in the royal navy.

London Gazette - Issue 16838 published on the 4 January 1814

Prisoners in the Sheriff's Ward, or Prison, in and for the County of DEVON.
First Notice.
Elizabeth Prowse (sued by the name of Elizabeth Arthur,) formerly and late of Stokedamerell, in the county of Devon, shopkeeper.

Prisoners in the Sheriffs Ward or Prison, in and for the City and County of the City of EXETER.
Third Notice.
Ezekiel Abrahams, formerly of Plymouth in the county of Devon, and late of the city of Exeter, pen-maker.
Lyon Lazarus, 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 Bartlett, 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.

London Gazette - Issue 16844 published on the 15 January 1814

Prisoner in the Common Gaol at CARVARVON, in the County of Carnarvon.
Third Notice.
Peter Swaffin, formerly of Brixham, in the county of Devon, and afterwards of No. 44, Southside-street, Plymouth, in the said county of Devon, mariner.

London Gazette - Issue 16862 published on the 26 February 1814

Prisoner in the Sheriff Ward or Prison in and for the County of DEVON.
Third Notice.
John Courtenay, formerly of the parish of Christ-church, London, and late of the parish of Sidmouth, in the county of Devon, merchant.

London Gazette - Issue 16881 published on the 9 April 1814

B y order of the Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors;
John Davey, formerly and late of the parish of Holsworthy, in the county of Devon, wheelwright and shopkeeper, and now a prisoner in his Majesty's gaol of Saint Thomas the Apostle, in the county of Devon, for debt.

London Gazette - Issue 16884 published on the 12 April 1814

Prisoner in the Sheriff's Ward of St. Thomas the Apostle, in the County of DEVON.
First Notice.
Mary Parker, formerly and late of the parish of East Stonehouse, in the county of Devon, executrix of William Rowe, late of East Stonehouse.

London Gazette - Issue 16951 published on the 29 October 1814

By order of the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors:
John Borlase, late of Stoke Damerell, in the county of Devon, labourer, now a prisoner in His Majesty's gaol of Saint Thomas Apostle, Exeter, in the county of Devon.

London Gazette - Issue 16965 published on the 13 December 1814

By order of the Court for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors:
Bartholomew Style, late of Brampton, in the county of Devon, victualler, a prisoner confined for debt in His Majesty's gaol of Saint Thomas the Apostle, in the county of Devon.