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Moses Haley

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of New Market, Shudehill, Manchester

1828: Machine makers

1830 Lancaster Insolvent Debtors' Court: 'Moses Haley, late Foundry-street, Manchester, formerly machine-maker, and late in business, was opposed by a creditor and remanded twelve calendar months from the date of his petition, for giving undue preference and making away with his property, and thereby diminishing the sum divided amongst his creditors.'[1]

In partnership with William Thornton, as tool makers, at Riga Street, Manchester. Dissolved in 1837[2]

In partnership with James Tetlow, as lathe makers. Partnership dissolved in 1838[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 20 November 1830
  2. Birmingham Journal, 21 January 1837
  3. Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, 17 February 1838