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The Bankruptcy of Issac Panchaud

London Gazette, 30 January 1732

Whereas a commission of bankrupt is awarded against Issac Panchand, late of St. Martin’s-lane, in Cannon-street, London, Merchant, and he being declared a Bankrupt, a hereby requited to surrender himself to the Commissioners on the 9th and 16th Instant, and on the 17th of March next, at Three in the Afternoon, at Guidhill, London, and make a full Discovery of his Estate and  Effects ; when and  Where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to chose Assignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his Examination. And all Persons indebted to the said Bankiupt, or that have any of his Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint but to give Notice to Mr. Myonett, Attorney, in Wallbrook, London.

London Gazette, 3 March 1732

Whereas Isaac Panchaud, late of St. Martin’s-lane, In Cannon-street, London, Merchant, hath surrendered  himself, pursuant to Notice, and been examined: This is  to give Notice that he will attend the Commissioners on t he  17th of March Instant, at Three in tbe Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, to finish his Examination ; when and where  the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debt s,  and assent to or dissent from tbe Allowance of his Certificate.

London Gazette, 23 February 1733

Whereas the acting Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded against Isaac Panchaud, late  of St. Martin’s-lane in Cannon-street, London, Merchant,  have certified to the Right Honourable Charles Lord Talbot,  Baron of Hensol, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain,  that the said Isaac Panchaud hath in all things conformed  himself according to the Directions of the several Acts of  Parliament made concerning Bankrupts , This is to give Notice, that by Virtue of an Act passed in the fifth Year of  his present Majesty’s Reign, the said Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the said Act directs, unless Cause  be shown to the contrary on or before the 19th of March next.

London Gazette, 8 Feb 1842

THE Creditors of Isaac Panchaud, late of London, Merchant, against whom a Commission of Bankrupt hath been awarded, who have duly proved their Debts under the said Commission, are desired to meet the Assign’s of the said Bankrupt’s Estate and Effects on Wednesday next, being the 16th,  of February, Instant, at Five in the Afternoon, at the Feather Tavern in Cheapfield, to assent or dissent from the said Assignees commencing any Suit or Suits at Law or in Equity, as also to the said Assignees submiting any difference or Dispute, relating to the said Bankrupt’s Estate or Effects, to Arbitration, or otherwise to compound and agree the same, and on other special Affairs.

London Gazette, 25 December 1742

Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued  forth against Isaac Panchaud, of London, Merchant, and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major Part of the m on the 10th and 15th Days of January next, and on the 8th Day of February following, at Three of the Clock in the Afternoon on each of the said Days, at Guildhall, London, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects ; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to chose Assignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his Examination ; and the Creditors are to assent to or dissent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but given Notice to Mr. Amson, Attorney, in Wallbrooke, London

London Gazette, 29 March 1743

Whereas John Jupe, of Queen Street, in the City of London, Pewterer, John Brown, of Grace-church Street, London, Merchant, and John Berdoe, of Thames Street, London, Ironmonger, Assignees of the Estate and Effects of Isaac Panchaud, late of London, Merchant, against whom a Commission of Bankrupt hath been lately awarded and Issued, have great reason to believe that the said Bankrupt hath not made a full and true Disclosure and Discovery of all his Estate and Effects, and that great Part thereof is secreted and concealed, and particularly some of his Books of Accounts ; Therefore for the better Disclosure of the said Bankrupt’s Estate and Effects, and for encouraging thc Discovery thereof, the said Assignees do hereby promise a Reward of 25 1. per Cent, to all and every Person and Persons who shall at any Time or Times hereafter, voluntarily come and make Discovery to them the said Assignees, of any Part of the said Bankrupt’s Estate not come to their Knowledge, to be paid to such Person or Persons for discovering the same, by them the said Assignees, out of the neat Proceed of the said Bankrupt’s Estate which shall be recovered on such Discovery.

London Gazette, 7 June 1743

Whereas, the acting Commissioners in the Commission of Bankrupt awarded against Isaac Panchaud, of London, Merchant, have certified to the Rt. Hon. Philip Lord Hardwicke, Baron of Hardwicke, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, that the said Isaac Panchaud hath in all Things conformed himself according to the Directions of the several Acts of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts t This is to give Notice, That by Virtue of an Act passed in the Fifth Year of his present Majesty’s Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the said Act directs, unless Cause beshown to the contrary on or besore the First of July next.

London Gazette, 5 May 1744

Pursuant to an Order made by the Right Hon. the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, the Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded against Isaac Panchaud, of  London, Merchant, intend to meet on the 23d Instant, at at Three in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, at which Time and Place the Creditors are to come prepared to proceed to the Choice of a new Assignee or Allignees of the said Bankrupt’s Estate and Effects, in the room of the present Assignees by the said Order removed ; at which Time the said present Assignees are required severally to come to an Account before the said Commissioners, as by the said Order is directed and such Creditors who have not already proved their Debts, may then and there prove the same.


Panchaud & Cunning

The London Gazette, 6 June 1812

Take notice that the business of Clock and Watch-Makers, heretofore carried on by the undersigned, at No. 202, In Oxford Street, in the County of Middlesex, under the firm of Panchaud and Cunning was determined by mutual consent on the 15th day of April now instant; and that the said business will be for the future carried on by the said John Cumming on his sole account – Dated April 21, 1812.

Jane Ambrose,  Late Panchaud.

Jno. Cumming.
Liverpool, June 1, 1812


ALBERT LOUIS PANCHAUD, Deceased

940 THE LONDON GAZETTE, 24 FEBRUARY, 1942

ALBERT LOUIS PANCHAUD, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.

ALL persons having claims against the estate of the above, late of Wilden and Ravensden in the county of Bedford, Clerk in Holy Orders, who died at St. Veryan, Cornwall on the 3rd day of June, 1941, and to whose estate letters of administration were granted out of the Principal Probate Registry on the 6th day of February, 1942, to the Reverend James Charles Hodson Paulson of Risely Vicarage near Bedford, are hereby required to send particulars thereof in writing to us the undersigned on or before 5th May next after which date the administrator will proceed to distribute the estate having regard only to valid claims then notified.—Dated this 2ist day of February, 1942.

HALLILEY and MORRISON, 26, Mill Street,
(027) Bedford, Solicitors for the Administrator.


THOMAS PANCHAUD, Deceased

THE LONDON GAZETTE, OCTOBER 10, 1890. 5421

THOMAS PANCHAUD, Deceased

Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35.
NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons having claims against the estate of Thomas Panchaud, late of 70, Willes-road, Kentish Town, in the county of London, retired Rate Collector, deceased (who died on the 2nd September, 1890, and whose will was proved in the Principal Begistry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty’s High Court of Justice, on the 1st October, 1890, by John Foster and Thomas Simpson Enight, the executors thereinnamed), are required to send particulars,  in writing, of their claims to us, the undersigned, on or before the 22nd day of” November, 1890; after which
date the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to, the claims of which they shall then have had notice; and they will not be liable for the assets of the deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims they shall not then have had notice.—Dated this 7th day of October, 1890.

CLARKE and CALKIN,- 25, John-street, Bedford row, W.G., Solicitors for the Executors.


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