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David Allan Ramsay

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c.1823 Born in Brompton, Middx.

1861 David Ramsey 38, lime merchant dealer, lived in Cricklewood with Catherine Ramsey 38, Katan Ramsey 9, Bertha Ramsey 7, H Arthur Ramsey 4, Fred Ramsey 2[1]

1862 David Allan Ramsay, of No. 3, Canal Road, Kingsland Road, in the county of Middlesex, and of Frindsbury, near Rochester, in the county of Kent, Cement Manufacturer, was register bankrupt. Trustees included George Burge the elder, of No. 3, Albert Road, Regent's Park, in the said county of Middlesex, Gentleman, William Patten Haymen, of Grafton House, Rochester, Coal Factor, William Tingey, of No. 194, Tottenham Court Road, in the said county of Middlesex, Warehouseman, and Frederick William Ralph, of No. 79, King William Street, in the city of London, Printer[2]

1865 Dissolution of the Partnership between David Allan Ramsay, Edmund Lloyd Bagshawe, and George Pearce Pocock, carrying on business as Manufacturers of Portland and Roman Cements, and Plaster of Paris, Lime Burners, Lath Renders, &c., at Frindsbury, in the county of Kent, No. 17, Abingdon-street, in the city of Westminster, No. 3, Canal-road, Kingsland, in the county of Middlesex, No. 79, King William-street, in the city ofLondon, and elsewhere, under the style or firm of Freen and Company[3]

1872 Died in Edmonton[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. London Gazette 30 May 1862
  3. London Gazette 20 June 1865
  4. BMD