West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser
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Press Cutting: Transcripts relating to the bankruptcy of Thomas Daniell of Michaelchurch Court
Ewyas Lacy, Michaelchurch
1836 - 1851
Transcripts of press cuttings relating to the bankruptcy of Thomas Daniell of Michaelchurch Court.West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser 16th December 1836
Advertisement - The Creditors who have proved their debts under a Fiat of Bankruptcy, awarded and issued forth against Thomas DANIELL, formerly of Trelissick, in the County of Cornwall, afterwards the City of Bath, since of Michaelchurch Court, in the County of Hereford, and now or late residing at Boalogne, in the Kingdom of France, Copper-Smelter, Dealer, and Chopman, are desired to meet the Assignees of his Estate and Accounts on Thursday, the Twenty Second of December instant.... in order to consider the opinion of Counsel which has been taken upon the effect of the Settlement made upon the marriage of the Bankrupt's Son upon the Estates of the Bankrupt, and in regard to the several incumbrances thereon, and to determine the course to be pursued in consequence thereof.... Dated, December 15, 1836
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser 13th January 1837
Properties for Sale:
Trelissick Farm, in the Parish of Feock, late in the occupation of Thomas Daniell, Esq. but now of the right Honorable Earl of Falmouth, Mr. John Bray, Mr. William Martin, Mr. Peter Oliver, and others.
Helston - Trelissick Estate in the Parish of Feock Sold at the Angel Inn, Helston, the estate called TRELISSICK, otherwise RESUGGANS, NANCASSICK, and NAMPHILLOWS, late in the occupation of Thomas Daniell, Esq. but now of the Right Honorable the Earl of Falmouth, Mr. John Bray, Mr. William Martin, Mr. Peter Oliver, and others Includes Farm houses, King Harry's Quay, thirty acres of valuable Plantation, and Meadow land. Grylls, and Hill, Solicitors, Helston
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser 8th December 1841
DIVIDEND, Thomas DANIELL, formerly of Trelissick, Cornwall, afterwards of Bath, since of Michaelchurch court, Herefordshire, and now or late of Boulogne, copper-smelter, June 25, at twelve, at Pearce's Hotel, Truro.
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser 26th April 1850
EXETER DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. - On the 17th instant, an audit was taken in the case of Thomas DANIELL, formerly of Trelissick, copper smelter, but now of Boulogne.
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser 16th May 1851
THOMAS DANIELL, copper smelter, Trelissick. First dividend of 6s. 8d. in the pound on new proofs, and a final dividend of 3 1/2 d. in the pound on all. Debts proved, GBP39, 096. 5s. 1d. Dividend, GBP613. 7s. 1d.
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