George McNish or MacNish
Profile & Legacies Summary
Glasgow West India merchant, partner in various firms dissolved in 1818 after his death. He was 'for only a few years' proprietor of Ibroxhill (then Ibrox) in Govan, which was sold in 1816 to John McCall.
- The concern carried on by the subscribers and the late George MacNish under various firms, viz. in Glasgow under George McNish & Co; in Antigua under the firm Gowan, M'Nish & Co.; and in St Kitts under Robert and William Gowan & Co. were all dissolved 01/03/1818. The business was continued as Robert Gowan & Co. of Glasgow. A separate announcement showed the end of a partnership - Gocking, McNish & Co. - trading at St Vincent in which George McNish & Co. as a firm were partners.
The old country houses of the old Glasgow gentry, LVIII. Ibroxhill.
- London Gazette 2779 5 February 1820 p. 48; ibid 2880 2 February 1821 p. 36.
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, Scotland