James Evan Baillie

Partnership Role

Baillie, Ames & Baillie
Name partner

West India merchant (Colonial - Caribbean)


Partner from at least 1820 to 1861. There appears to be overlap of partners and possibly premises between the mercantile partnership of Baillie, Ames and Baillie and its predecessors, and the banking partnership known variously as Bristol Bank, Bristol Old Bank and Miles, Cave, Baillie & Co.


http://heritagearchives.rbs.com/companies/list/miles-cave-baillie-and-co.html [accessed 05/01/2016].

Firm Notes

  1. Dissolution by mutual consent of partnership between J.E. Baillie, Alexander Fraser, H.D. Baillie, George Henry Ames and John Fowler as West India and General Merchants trading under the firm of Baillie, Fraser & co. May 1820.


  1. Dissolution of the partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned Hugh Duncan Baillie, James Evan Baillie and George Henry Ames as proprietors of West India estates and merchants 30/4/1861

Firm Sources

  1. London Gazette 17703 5/5/1821 p. 986


  1. London Gazette 22507 3 May 1861 p. 1920