Richard Smith Appleyard

???? - 1846


London lawyer who appears with Robert Langley Appleyard in the Public Works Loan Board records as a counterparty to the Rev. George Sandby and John Robbins in 1811 for as yet unidentified estates in Hanover and St Elizabeth, probably as trustees.

  1. Will of Richard Smith Appleyard late Cursitor of the High Court of Chancery of Bloomsbury Square proved 29/01/1847. In the will he left in trust for his eldest son Richard Hall Appleyard his 'one full 36th share or part of the moiety commonly called an adventurer's moiety of and in the New River Waterworks and the cut and stream thereof brought from Chadwell and Amwell' to the City of London, as well as £4000. Among the legacies, he left in trust £26,000 in bank annuities for the benefit of Robert Boultbee Appleyard for life, and £22,000 in bank annuities for his son Frederick Newman Appleyard.


TNA PWLB 11/80/1-11/80/5.

  1. PROB 11/2048/20

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Richard Hall; Robert Boultbee; Erent Sylavnus; Frederick Newman

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Holder of one full 1/36th share of the Adventurer's or Company's...

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