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John Hilling Barnard

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John Hilling Barnard, ironmonger of Norwich, of Barnard and Boulton and of Barnard and Boulton

1828 Mention. John Hilling Barnard, ironmonger.[1]

1834 November 25th. Married. John Hilling Barnard, ironmonger, London street, to Miss Sarah Cole, only grand-daughter of the late Alexander Thwaites, gent., of this city.[2]

1844 Indenture. '...that Thomas Dixon and Thomas Corbitt Dixon, both of the city of Norwich, Iron Founders and Copartners, did, by an indenture of assignment, bearing date the 21st day of June last, assign and transfer all their estate and effects unto Daniel Harmer, of the said city, Wharfinger, John Hilling Barnard, of the said city, Ironmonger, and John Smith, of the said city. Draper, upon trust, for the equal benefit of themselves and all other the joint and several creditors of the said Thomas Dixon and Thomas Corbitt Dixon...'The London Gazette Publication date:9 July 1844 Issue:20361 Page:2363

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Sources of Information

  1. Norwich Mercury - Saturday 24 May 1828
  2. Norwich Mercury - Saturday 29 November 1834