THE LONDON GAZETTE_ 23 OCTOBER_ 1942 by huanghengdong

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									4612                  THE LONDON GAZETTE, 23 OCTOBER, 1942
  NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership                 MARTOCK MAY TREWELLA, Deceased.
heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned,                 Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.
Sidney Wilfred Mitchley and George Ernest Rush,             NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
carrying on business as Haulage Contractors at           any claims against the estate of Martock May
King's Lynn in the county of Norfolk under the           Trewella of 14, Station Road, Lowdham in the
style or firm of MITCHLEY & AUKER has been               county of Nottingham, retired Draper deceased, who
dissolved by mutual consent as from the 3oth day of      died on the i4th day of July 1942 and whose Will
September, 1942. All debts due to and owing by           was proved in the Nottingham District Probate
the said firm will be received and paid by the said      Registry on the gib. day of October 1942 by Frances
Sidney Wilfred Mitchley of Lynn Road, Gaywood,           Maria Trewella and the Public Trustee, the executors
King's Lynn aforesaid, who will continue to carry        therein named, are hereby required to send particu-
on the said business under the firm name of Mitchley     lars thereof in writing to the undersigned, the Solici-
& Auker.—Dated this 8th day of October 1942.             tors for the executors on or before the 23rd day of
                               S. W. MITCHLEY.           December 1942, after which date the executors will
(030)                          G. E. RUSH.               proceed to distribute the said estate having regard
                                                         only to the claims then notified.—Dated this 23rd
                                                         day of October 1942.
   NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership                 J. T. MASSER and CO., 4, St. Peters Church
heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned                 Walk, Nottingham, Solicitors for the said
Walter Gaskin and Vyvian Walter Theo Gaskin               (202) Executors.
carrying on business as Farmers, Haulage Con-
tractors, and Coal Merchants at Holly Bush
Farm High Street Repton in the county of                 WILLIAM HUTTON LORT HOWLETT, Deceased.
Derby under the style or firm of GASKIN AND                       Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.
SON has been dissolved by mutual consent as                 NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
from the i5th day of October 1942. All debts due         any claims against the estate of William Hutton Lort
and owing to or by the late firm will be respectively    Hewlett of 29, Mapperley Hall Drive in the city of
received and paid by the said Vyvian Walter Theo         Nottingham, Manufacturers Managing Director, de-
Gaskin. The said business will be carried on in the      ceased, who died on the 5th day of July 1942 and
future by the said Vyvian Walter Theo Gaskin.—           letters of administration to whose estate were granted
As witness our hands this 2oth day of October, 1942.     by the Nottingham District Probate Registry on the
                                   W. GASKIN.            2ist day of August 1942 to Dorothy Elizabeth
 (095)                              V. GASKIN.           Hewlett and Dorothy Joy Fisher the administratrices
                                                         are hereby required to send particulars thereof in
                                                         writing to the undersigned, the Solicitors for the
  NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership            executors on or before the 23rd day of December
heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned         1942, after which date the administratrices will pro-
Stephen Morton Mackenzie of 9 Rose Hill Dorking          ceed to distribute the'said estate having regard only
Surrey Bachelor of Medicine and Max Davison of           to the claims then notified.—Dated this 23rd day of
" Medwyn " Dorking aforesaid Physician and               October 1942.
Surgeon carrying on business as General Medical               J. T. MASSER and CO., 4, St. Peters Church
Practitioners at Dorking aforesaid under the style               Walk, Nottingham, Solicitors for the said
or firm of Drs. MORTON MACKENZIE AND                      (203) Administratrices.
DAVISON has been dissolved by mutual consent as
from the 3Oth day of September 1942. This said
business will be carried on in the future by the said           Re JACOB HOLMES LIGHT, Deceased.
Max Davison from " Medwyn " Dorking aforesaid.                    Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.
—As witness our hands this i6th day of October,             NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and
1942.                                                    other persons having any debts claims or demands
                       S. MORTON MACKENZIE.              against the estate of Jacob Holmes Light late of
(096)                  M. DAVISON.                       The Gables Menin Drive Baildon in the county of
                                                         York Fish Frier who died on the 3ist day of January
                                                         1942 intestate and in respect of whose estate letters
   NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership           of administration were granted in the Principal
heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned         Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's
carrying on business as Builders at Lutterworth          High Court of Justice on the i2th day of October
in the county of Leicester under the style or firm       1942 to Bertha Light of The Gables Menin Drive
of W. J. HARDING & SON has been dissolved by             aforesaid Widow and Ivor Valentine Winfield of
mutual consent as from the ist day of October 1942.      Barclays Bank Chambers Otley Road Shipley in the
—Dated this I5th day of October 1942.                    said county of York Certified Accountant and Auditor
                           W. J. HARDING.                are hereby required to send particulars in writing of
 (081)                     W. W. J. HARDING.             their claims or demands to"Tls the undersigned the
                                                         Solicitors for the said executors on or before the 3ist
                                                         day of December 1942 after which date the said
    NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership          administrators will proceed to distribute the estate of
 heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned        the said deceased amongst the persons entitled
 John Broad and John Moxon Broad carrying on busi-       thereto having regard only to the claims or demands
 ness as Solicitors at i, Great Winchester Street in     of which they shall then have had notice and they
 the city of London under the style or firm of BROAD     will not be liable for the assets of the deceased or
 & SON has been dissolved as from the 3Oth day of        any part thereof so distributed to any person or
 September 1942 so far as concerns the said John         persons of whose claims or demands they shall not
 Broad who retires from the said firm. All debts due     then have had notice.—Dated this 2ist day of
 and owing by the said late firm will be received and    October 1942.
 paid respectively by the said John Moxon Broad who            NEWSTEAD and WADE. Boroughgate, Otley,
 will continue to carry on the said business under the    (204) Solicitors for the said Administrators.
 style or firm of Broad & Son.—Dated this i6th day
 of October 1942.                                                   ANNIE LUCY TOZER, Deceased.
                               J. BROAD.                          Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.
  (179)                        J. MOXON BROAD. .             ALL persons -having claims against the estate of
                                                          Annie Lucy Tozer late of 10 Histon Road, Cottenham
                                                          in the county of Cambridge formerly of 26 Hamilton
    NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership here-     Gardens, St. Johns Wood in the county of London
 tofore subsisting between us the undersigned Mary        who died on the 5th day of August 1942 and whose
 Elizabeth Jones and George Alfred Rogers carrying        Will and Codicil were proved by Barclays Bank
 on business as Pawnbrokers at 163 and 165 Kensing-       Limited the executor therein named are required to
 ton in the city of Liverpool under the style or firm     send particulars thereof in writing to the Trustee De-
 of THOMAS M. JONES has been dissolved by                 partment Barclays Bank Limited 27 Regent Street,
 mutual consent as and from the ist day of September      London, S.W.i, or to the undersigned on or before
  1942. All debts due and owing by the said late firm     the 4th day of January 1943 after which date the said
 will be received and paid by the said George Alfred      executor will proceed to distribute the assets having
 Rogers and the said business will be carried on in       regard-only to the claims then notified.—Dated this
 the future by the said George Alfred Rogers under         igth day of October 1942.
 the same style or firm name.—Dated this 20th day of           H. B. WEDLAKE, SAINT and COMPANY, 420,
 October 1942.                                                   Seven Sisters Road, London, N.4, and 115,
                      MARY ELIZ. JONES.                          High Holborn, London, W.C.i, Solicitors for
  (-238)           . GEORGE ALFRED ROGERS.                 (159) the said Executor.

								
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