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Gill and Rundle

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of Tavistock

1830 Mention. Gill and Rundle, Tavistock.[1]

1843 Partnership change. '... the Partnership carried on by us the undersigned, John Hornbrook Gill, John Rundle, and Nicholas Rundle, carrying on business as Bankers at Tavistock and Launceston, and the business of Merchants at Tavistock and Morwelham, in the parish of Tavistock, and of Lime Burners and Quarrymen at Bridestowe, and in the parish of Plymstock,all in the county of Devon, was dissolved, on the 9th day of November now last past, pursuant to the articles of agreement, bearing date the 22d day of May 1840, and notices thereunder, so far as concerns me, the said Nicholas Rundle; and that the said several businesses will in future be carried on by the undersigned John Hornbrook Gill and John Rundle, at the same places...'[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. North Devon Journal - Thursday 22 July 1830
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:4 April 1843 Issue:20210 Page:1120