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Samuel Smythe Malcolm

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c1834 Born in Glasgow

1851 William Malcolm 64, commission merchant, lived in Glasgow Barony with William Malcolm 20, mercantile clerk, and Samuel Malcolm 17, mercantile clerk[1]

1867 Dissolution of the Partnership between Samuel Smythe Malcolm, of the city of Glasgow, Merchant, Thomas Vaughan, of Gunnergate Hall, near Middlesbrough, Iron Master, and Thomas Light Elwon, of Skutterskelfe Hall, in the county of York, Iron Master, trading as Iron Masters, under the style or firm of the South Bank Iron Company, as far as regards Samuel Smythe Malcolm[2]

1871 Samuel S Malcolm 37, Iron Master & Ship Overseer, lived in Dunoon with Emma S Malcolm 29, Flora C Malcolm 6, Mary B Malcolm 5, William L Malcolm 4[3]

1873 Liquidation. '...Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Malcolm, and Samuel Smythe Malcolm, both of 19, St. Swithin's-lane, in the city of London, and of Seend Iron Works, Melksham, in the county of Wilts, and of 22, Exchange-square, Glasgow, Merchants and Copartners, trading under the styles or firms of Malcolms and Co., and W. and S. S. Malcolm and Co....'[4]

1881 Samuel S. Malcolm 47, merchant, lived in Totnes, with Emma F. Malcolm 39[5]

1892 Died in Chelsea[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. The London Gazette 14 July 1868
  3. 1871 Census
  4. [1] London Gazzette
  5. 1881 census
  6. BMD