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Joseph Dorin of Dorin Thomson & Co. was party to a deed of 1803 whereby a group of London merchants raised £60,000 in new loans for Alexander Donaldson (q.v.) secured on extensive 'slave-property', mostly in the form of mortgages. Dorin's will made in 1829 and proved 31/03/1831 is three lines long and was made at Boulogne, both indicators that he was in financial difficulties by the time of his death.
Married but no further details
Dorin, Thomson & Co.
Described as 'Commercial Agents' in...
Mortgagee → Mortgagor