Charles Campbell of Bishopsgate

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London merchant, partner in Campbell, Bowden & Co. (q.v.), bankrupt in 1826. The firm formerly owned the Hamburg plantation in Demerara in 1817 and Charles Campbell and James Bowden were shown as owners of Dunrobin in Berbice in 1825.

  1. Charles Campbell, merchant of Bishopsgate Street, was mentioned in the will of his father-in-law Daniel Sutton (proved 1819). This Charles Campbell married Sutton's daughter Frances Domenicetti Sutton in Camden 1796 and bequeathed his whole estate to his wife Frances in his will (written in 1835 and proved in 1836, where he describes himself as of Edmonton and of Idol Lane, Tower Street, City of London Esquire).


T71/397; Commission of bankruptcy 27/01/1826 against Charles Campbell of Bishopsgate Street and 21[31?]/07/1826 versus William Collings and Thomas Maingy of Bishopsgate Street late partners with Charles Campbell trading as Campbell, Bowden & Co. London Gazette 19186 26/08/1834 p. 1575.

  1. Will of Daniel Sutton, PROB 11/1614/377 ; will of Charles Campbell PROB 11/1857/254.

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Associated Estates (2)

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  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1825 [EA] - 1827 [LA] → Joint owner
1817 [EA] - 1817 [LA] → Joint owner

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