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Nathaniel Hadley

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1783 Nathaniel Hadley, of St Martins in the Fields, Middx, married Mary Ann Layton in Southwark[1]

1790 Founder of the business which later became Hadley and Simpkin

1796 Partnership dissolved. '...the Copartnership between Nathaniel Hadley and John Francis Wood, formerly carrying on the Trade of Leathersellers at Wapping, and late at Abchurch-Lane in the City of London, was, on the 4th Day of December last, dissolved by mutual Consent: All Persons indebted to the late Partnership Estate, or having any Demands thereupon previous to the said 4th Day of December last, are requested forthwith to pay and receive the same of the said Nathaniel Hadley, at No. 98, Long-Acre...'[2]

1799 Nathaniel Hadley, 98 Long Acre, engine maker

1802 Lived in Long Acre, London; owned property in Sheffield Street[3]; engine maker[4]

1805 Partnership dissolved. '...Partnership carried on by us the undersigned Henry Richard Collard and Nathaniel Hadley the Younger, under the Firm of Hadley and Collard, of Scotland-Yard, in the County of Middlesex, Coal-Merchants, is this Day dissolved by mutual Consent; all Debts due and owing to the said Partnership are forthwith to be paid to Mr. Nathaniel Hadley, of Long-Acre,...'[5]

1811 Dissolution of the Partnership between Martin Cole, Nathaniel Hadley, Charles Simpkin, and John Boultbee, of the City of Peterborough, in the County of Northampton, Bankers, so far as respects the said John Boultbee.[6]

1816 Dissolution of the Copartnership trade and business lately subsisting and carried on by and between Nathaniel Hadley, Charles Simpkin, and Edward Hadley, of Long Acre, in the County of Middlesex, Engine-Makers and Copartners, under the firm of Hadley, Simpkin, and Hadley, was this day dissolved by mutual consent ; and that the business will in future be carried on by and in the names of the said Edward Hadley and Charles Simpkin, under the firm of Hadley and Simpkin[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Church of England Marriages and Banns, London
  2. [1] Gazette Issue 13878 published on the 26 March 1796. Page 13 of 16
  3. UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers
  4. UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers
  5. [2] Gazette Issue 15818 published on the 22 June 1805. Page 5 of 12
  6. London Gazette 26 October 1811
  7. London Gazette 1 October 1816