The British book trades: topographical listings. Wiltshire
This page is one of a series of county listings which are being developed to bring together biographical information relating to localities throughout the British Isles which is currently scattered in other sections of the Exeter Working papers. They are not intended as exhaustive listings. The main sources covered are bankruptcy notices 1731-1806, apprenticeships 1710-1777 and insurance policies 1775-1787. Other information is being added and entries amalgamated as information is available.
Jellyman, Joseph, papermaker, Downton, Wiltshire, 1780/1. Sun policy 438591, £500, 1780/1. Mar. Mary Ann Dore of Newport IOW 1806 (Hampshire Chron.) Tenant of a house to be auctioned in Bitterne Southampton 1813 (Hampshire Chron). Joseph and Thomas Jellyman, Downton, Papermakers bankrupt (London Gazette April 1826). A Letitia Jellyman married in Whitchurch, Hants in 1830, born in Southampton in c.1811 (Census). Information from John Malins
Hucklebridge, John William, Salisbury, bookseller. The Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankruptcy awarded and issued forth against John William Hucklebridge, late of New Sarum, in the County of Wilts, Bookseller, Dealer and Chapman, are desired to meet the Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate and Effects, on Friday the 14th Day of March next at twelve o'Clock at noon precisely, at the House of Mr. Isaac Young, commonly called the Red-Lion Inn, at new Sarum aforesaid, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing and prosecuting any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity against divers Persons, Debtors to the said estate; and on other Matters of great Importance. LG 15 Feb 1800. Source: Berch.
This page last updated 27 Feb 2005
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