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Insolvent Debtors - 1849

Articles from the London Gazette

Provided by Lindsey Withers

1849

Pursuant to the Acts for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors in England.

See Notice at the end.

The following PRISONERS, whose Estates and Effects have been vested in the Provisional Assignee by Order of the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, and whose Petitions and Schedules, duly filed, have been severally referred and transmitted to the County Courts hereinafter mentioned, pursuant to the Statute in that behalf, are ordered to be brought up before the Judges of the said Courts respectively, as herein set forth, to be dealt with according to Law:

London Gazette - Issue 20936 published on the 16 January 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 2d day of February 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Henry Drury, late of Her Majesty's ship Daphne, lying at Plymouth, Devonshire, previously at the Marine Barracks, Woolwich, previously at the Marine Barracks, Portsmouth, before then on board Her Majesty's ship Conway, at the Cape of Good Hope, and previously at the Marine Barracks, Portsmouth, a Lieutenant in Her Majesty's Royal Marines.
John Cranch Heathman, late of No. 19, Buckland-street, Plymouth, Devon, previously at Brixton, near Yealmpton, Devon, previously of No. 38, Bedford-street, Plymouth, previously of No. 10, Clifton-place, Saint Sidwells, Exeter, and formerly of Stockland, in the county of Devon, Paymaster and Purser in Her Majesty's Royal Navy on half-pay.
John Matthews, late of Babbicombe, in the parish of Tormoham, in the county of Devon, Mason, Plasterer, and Fisherman (sued as John Mathews).

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 16th day of February 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Johann Heinrich Schutt, late of No. 13, King-street, Plymouth, Devon, out of business, previously of Long and Kroll's Hotel, Leicester-street, Leicester-square, Middlesex, out of business, formerly of No. 27, Grosze Bleichen, in the city of Hamburg in Germany, a Tailor's Commercial Traveller.

London Gazette - Issue 20940 published on the 30 January 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 16th day of February 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
William Hughes, late of No. 7, Clarence-place, Morrice-town, Devonport, Devon, and of Kinterbury-street, Plymouth, Devon, previously of No. 2, Upper Buckland-terrace, Plymouth aforesaid, formerly of No. 3, Alfred-place, Plymouth aforesaid, before then of Launceston, Cornwall, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, before then of Crantock, Cornwall, Gentleman, and before then of the town and county of the town of Southampton, Gentleman.

London Gazette - Issue 20941 published on the 2 February 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, at Exeter, on Friday the 16th day of February 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
William Henry Lathrope Carpenter, late of the Queen's Head Inn, West-street, Exeter, previously of the Royal George Inn, Brighton, Sussex, out of business, before then of The Horse and Carriage Repository, Paris-street, Exeter, previously of The Shillhay, Exeter, and of the queen's Head Inn, Exeter, Licensed Dealer in Horses and Veterinary Surgeon, previously of Forder-street, Moretonhampstead, and formerly of Old Exeter-street, Chudleigh Devonshire, Veterinary Surgeon (sued as William Henry Carpenter).

London Gazette - Issue 20946 published on the 16 February 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at the Castle of Exeter, at Exeter, on Friday the 2d day of March 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
George Maunder, late of Uplowman, in the county of Devon, out of business, previously of Higher Beer-farm, in the same parish, Farmer, formerly of Rackenford, in the same county, Farmer.

London Gazette - Issue 20950 published on the 27 February 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday the 16th day of March 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
John Christopher Rees Weguelin, late of Shaldon and Stokeinteignhead, in the county of Devon, Farmer, previously of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, formerly of Penzance, Cornwall, before then at sea, before then of Macao, China, before then of Ladbrooke hall, Southam, Warwickshire, Gentleman, lately and occasionally using the name of, and know as John Christopher Rees.

London Gazette - Issue 20951 published on the 2 March 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Friday, on Friday the 16th day of March 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
William Jeffery Jenkins, late of Tavistock, in the county of Devon, Tailor, previously of the same place, Tailor and Beer-house-keeper, formerly of the same place, Tailor, occasionally dealer in mining shares (sued as William Jenkins).
George Groves, late of Brendon, in the county of Devon, out of business previously of Countisbury, in the same county, Farmer, formerly of Linton and Linmouth, in the same county, Labourer.
Robert Steer, lately living, in lodgings, at Genston-farm, in the parish of Willand, Devonshire, out of business, previously of Burnrew-farm, Willand aforesaid, Farmer, and formerly of Radway-farm, in the parish of Bishopsteignton, Devonshire aforesaid, Farmer.
Ann Stroke, late of Stinnell-farm, in the parish of North Petherwin, Devonshire, Widow, out of business, and formerly of Waterloo-farm, North Petherwin aforesaid, Farmer.

London Gazette - Issue 20957 published on the 16 March 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 31st day of March 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Francis Runder, late of No. 16, Paris-street, in the county of the city of Exeter, out of business, previously of No. 11, High-street, and formerly of Bedford-street, both in the same city, Manufacturing Goldsmith, Silversmith, Lapidary, and Jeweller, and Watch and clock Maker.
James Smith, late of No. 11 King-street, Plymouth, in the county of Devon, Superannuated Shipwright, previously of No. 18, Regent-street, Plymouth aforesaid, and formerly of No. 12, Clarence-street, Plymouth aforesaid, Superannuated Shipwright and Lodging-house Keeper.
Christopher Rogers, late of Aveton Gifford, Devonshire, Mason and Coal Dealer.

London Gazette - Issue 20975 published on the 4 May 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 19th day of May 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
James Waldron, late of No. 1, Queen-street, Plymouth, Devon, working as a journeyman-brewer at the Bedford Brewery, No. 19, Bedford-street, Plymouth aforesaid.
James Maddicott Bovey, late of No. 8, Warren-place, Torquay, in the parish of Tormoham, in the county of Devon, Painter and Glazier (sued as James Bovey).
Thomas Stanton, late of the borough of King's Lynn, in the county of Norfolk, Master Mariner and Coal Merchant, lately master and part owner of the brig Catherine Fraser, of the port of King's Lynn aforesaid.
John Narracott the younger, late of Totness, Devonshire, Coal Dealer, Corn Factor, and Land Surveyor previously of Dartmouth, Devonshire, before then of No. 4, Hot Wells, Bristol, previously of No. 20, Parade-street, Paddington, London, Land Surveyor, and formerly of Aish Farm, Stoke Gabriel, Devonshire aforesaid, Farmer.
George Smith, late of No. 3, York-cottages, Exeter, previously of Sutherland-road, Longton, Staffordshire, Surveyor and previously of No. 9, Newton-road, Bayswater, Middlesex, Builder.
William Laramy the younger, late of Lobb Farm, in the parish of Braunton, near Barnstaple, Devonshire, Farmer (sued as William Laramy).

London Gazette - Issue 20979 published on the 18 May 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 2d day of June 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Andrew Smith, late of Saltash in the county of Cornwall, previously of No. 6, Caroline-place, Stonehouse, previously of No. 22, Union-street, Stonehouse aforesaid, before then of No. 26, Union-street, Plymouth, previously of Yealmpton, and formerly of Ivybridge, all in the county of Devon, Surgeon, on half pay in Her majesty's Royal Navy.

London Gazette - Issue 20983 published on the 1 June 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 16th day of June 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
John Huxham, late of Totnes, in the county of Devon, Tallowchandler, Butcher, and Grocer, and Agent to the Royal Exchange Insurance Company, lately out of business, formerly of the same place, Maltster, Grocer, and Agent to the Royal Exchange Insurance Company.

London Gazette - Issue 21001 published on the 20 July 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 4th day of August 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
John Turpin, late of the Market-house Inn, Totness, Devonshire, and previously of the Exeter Inn, Bridgetown, in the parish of Berry Pomeroy, Totness aforesaid, Innkeeper and Dairyman.
James Glanville, late of Exton, within the parish of Woodbury, in the county of Devon, Farmer, previously of the same place, Farm Bailiff, formerly of Exton Farm, Exton, Woodbury aforesaid, Farmer.

London Gazette - Issue 21004 published on the 31 July 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 18th day of August 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
James Dobbs, late of East-street, Southmolton, in the county of Devon, out of business, and previously of Stichpool Farm in the parish of Northmolton, in the said county of Devon, Yeoman and Auctioneer.

London Gazette - Issue 21012 published on the 24 August 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 15th day of September 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
William Oke, late of Broadwood-widger, in the county of Devon, husbandman, previously of Lifton, Devon, Husbandman, formerly of Tavistock, Devon, Labourer (sued as William Oak).
Elias Barter the younger, late of Buckfastleigh, in the county of Devon, Husbandman, and Dealer in Coppice Wood.
Francis Lang Palmer, late of Broadwood-widger, in the county of Devon, out of business previously of the same place, Farmer, formerly of Lamerton, in the same county, Farmers' Assistant (sued as Francis Palmer).

London Gazette - Issue 21014 published on the 31 August 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 15th day of September 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon precisely.
Thomas Bere, late of the parish of Saint David, in the county of the city of Exeter, and previously of Stoodleigh, in the county of Devon, Gardener.

London Gazette - Issue 21019 published on the 14 September 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 29th day of September 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Hanibal Marks, late of Kingsand, in the parish of Maker, in the county of Devon, a Superannuated Gunner in Her Majesty's Navy.
John Monday late of Hukeley's and Prowse's Farms, in the parish of Tiverton, in the county of Devon, Farmer.

London Gazette - Issue 21023 published on the 28 September 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 13th day of October 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Joseph Turner, late of Adelaide-cottage, Waldron-steps, Torquay, in the parish of Tormoham, in the county of Devon, out of business, previously of the Swan Inn, Swan-street, Torquay aforesaid, Victualler.

London Gazette - Issue 21030 published on the 19 October 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 3rd day of November 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Thomas Grant, late of Dodbrooke, in the county of Devon, Mate of the Candidate schooner, of Salcombe, Devon, previously of the same place, out of business, part of the time Labourer, formerly of Grimstonleigh, in the parish of Morley, in the same county, Farmer, and before then of Dodbrooke aforesaid, Tanner.
William Haythorn, late of No. 12, Higher-street, Plymouth, in the county of Devon, Baker, lately Journeyman Baker.

London Gazette - Issue 21049 published on the 14 December 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 29th day of December 1849, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Charles Fox Turner, late of No. 32, George-street, Devonport, Devonshire, previously a patient in Haslar Hospital, near Gosport, Hampshire, and having lodgings at No. 24, York-street, Gosport aforesaid, for a few days also lodging at Cherry's British Hotel, Jermyn-street, London, previously on board Her Majesty's ship Howe, in the Mediterranean, and previously of Her Majesty's steam sloop Bull Dog, whilst at Chatham, Portsmouth, Plymouth, and the Mediterranean, Paymaster and Purser in Her Majesty's Royal Navy.
John Baker, of Down-farm, in the parish of Bratton Fleming, in the county of Devon, Farmer (sued with John Baker the younger).
Edward Effer, late of Queen's Arms Inn, Fore-street, Totnes, in the county of Devon, Victualler and Farmer, previously of Kingsbridge Inn, Leechwell-street, Totnes aforesaid, Victualler and Farmer, formerly of the North Star Inn, Castle-street, Totnes aforesaid, Victualler and Lighterman.

London Gazette - Issue 21054 published on the 28 December 1849

Before the Judge of the County Court of Devonshire, holden at Exeter, at the Castle of Exeter, on Saturday the 12th day of January 1850, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Elizabeth Wyatt, late of No. 1, Lawrence-place, Torquay, Devonshire, out of business, formerly of the same place, Milliner.
Robert Tripp, late of Pennsylvania-cottage, Saint Sidwell, and of Bedford-chambers, Bampfylde-street, all in the city and county of the city of Exeter, previously of No. 8, Radnor-place, Saint Leonard, Devon, and of No. 12, high-street, in the city of Exeter, formerly of No. 1, The Crescent, Saint Leonard aforesaid, and of No. 12, High-street, Exeter, Stock and Share Broker, Mining, Estate, and Financial Agent, before then of West Clifton, near the city of Bristol, and of Albion-chambers, Small-street, city of Bristol, and before then of No. 34, Cumming-street, Pentonville, Middlesex, Commission Agent.


N.B. - 1. If any Creditor intends to oppose a Prisoner's discharge, notice of such intention must be given to the said Prisoner, in writing, which may be left at the Gaol two clear days before the day of hearing above mentioned, exclusive of Sunday, and exclusive both of the day of giving such notice and of the said day of hearing.
2. The petition and schedule will be produced by the proper Officer for inspection and examination at the Office of the Court in London, between the hours Ten and Four, on this notice being exhibited; and copies of the petition and schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided by the proper Officer, according to the Act of 1st and 2d Victoria, cap. 110, sec. 105.
N.B. Entrance to the Office in Portugal-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields.
3. the duplicates of the petitions and schedules, and all books, papers, and writings filed therewith, will be produced by the Clerks or Assistant Clerks of the said County Courts, for inspection and examination, at the Offices of the said County Courts respectively, at the Towns aforesaid, and copies of the petition and schedule, or such part thereof as shall be required, will be provided according to sec. 106 of the Act.