Partners in mid-1830s = Thomas Baring (grandson of Sir Francis); Humphrey St John Mildmay was the 'over-cautious' son-in-law of Alexander Baring; Joshua Bates; John and Francis Baring. One of 'the City's two dominant merchant banks.'
Kynaston City of London I, pp 92-3 for Bates; pp. 115-6 for 'Tom' Baring and Mildmay: p. 117 for role with Rothschilds.
Member of the Baillie of Dochfour family who had numerous mercantile connections in the West Indies. The compensation for Baillie's Bacolet in Grenada was awarded to the trustees of her marriage settlement. Grand-daughter of Colin Roy Campbell of Glenmure. Apparently a victim of the quack doctor John St John Lang of Harley Street in 1830.