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Assignment of effects in trust by Robert Gumbleton of Deal

Robert Gumbleton

Of Deal, in this County, Shopkeeper,
Having made an Assignment of all his effects in trust, for the benefit of his Creditors, to Mr Robert Richard Manley, of Aldermanbury Church-yard, in the City of London, tea-dealer, and Mr George Fitch, of Leadenhall-street, in the said city, cheesemonger,—Notice is hereby given, to all those who hqve any demand against the said Robert Gumbleton, to send an account thereof to either of the above named Trustees, within twenty days from the date hereof, or they will be excluded the benefit arising from the estate; and all persons who are indebted to the said estate, are desired immediately to pay the same to Mr John Backhouse, of Deal, who is authorised to receive the same, and who is carrying on the business for the benefit of Mrs Gumbleton and her family.

Deal, July 4, 1811

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal
9 Jul 1811

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