Newspaper Notices Birth, Marriage & Death

Australia

The Adelaide (Advertiser.)

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.)

The Barrier Miner (Borken Hill NSW)

The Brisbane Courier

The Cairns Post

The Canberra Times

The Daily Telegraph Sydney – Ryerson Index

The Magent (Eden) – Ryerson Index

The Mercury

The Mercury (Hobart, Tasmania.)

The St George & Sutherland Leader – Ryerson Index

The Sunday Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald - Ryerson Index

The Western Mail 

 

 

Canada

The British Colonist

 

 

 

England

Berrow's Worcester Journal 

Bristol Mercury

Cumberland Packet and Whitehaven Advertiser

Daily News

Era

Evening Chronicle

Hull Packet and East Riding Times 

Leeds Mercury

Liverpool Mercury

Manchester Times

Morning Chronicle

Newcastle Courant

Pall Mall Gazette

Preston Guardian

The Blackburn Standard

The Essex Standard, and Colchester, Chelmsford, Maldon, Harwich, and General County Advertiser

The Hampshire Advertiser

The Lancaster Gazette

The London Gazette

The Standard

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald

The West Cumberland Times

Newcastle Evening Chronicle

 

Ireland

The Belfast Gazette

 

 

 

Scotland

The Edinburgh Gazette

 

 

 

Australia

Adelaide (Advertiser.)

Friday 3 December 1915

ISMAY.-In loving memory of my dear Polly, who died 3rd December, 1912, at Broken Hill. We cannot clasp jour hand, dear,  Your face ,we cannot see As long; as life and memory last We will ever think of thee. Inserted by mother, sisters, and brothers.  Forreston.

Wednesday 3 December 1913

 

ISMAY.

In sad but loving memory of our dear Mary Ann, who passed away December 3, 1912, at Broken Hill, aged 30 years

We loved you m life, you are dear to us still.

But in death we must bend to God's holy will.

Inserted by her sorrowing mother, A. Farley; also her brothers and sisters."

Argus (Melbourne, Vic.)

Tuesday 20 July 1880

Ismay -On the 18th inst-, at Pompeii Villa, St Kilda, the wife of Thomas Ismay of a son (stillborn)."

Thursday 23 June 1881

Deaths.

Ismay -On the 21st inst, at Pompeil Villa, Wellington street, St Kilda of rapid consumption, Thomas Ismay, accountant, eldest son of Thomas Ismay, Esq.,, Dover, England, aged 35 English and American papers please copy."

Friday 15 July 1881

ISMAY. On the 11th inst., at Niagara-cottage, Emerald-hill, the widow of the late Thos. Ismay of a daughter."

Wednesday 12 October 1904

GOWER-ISMAY. On the 14th September, at All Saints', St. Kilda, by the Rev. Canon Potter, II. Carew, fourth ton of the late Erasmus Gower, stipendiary magistrate. South Australia, to Christina Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Ismay, of England.

Tuesday 17 September 1907

CURRAN-ISMAY.  On the 20th August, at the residence of the bride s mother Olney Canterbury road. Middle park, by the Rev J.G. Davies of Elsternwick, William sixth son of Henry Curran, late of Little River to Kathleen Mabel youngest daughter of Caroline and the late Thomas Ismay, of Dover, Kent, England

"Wednesday 3 December 1913

ISMAY.- In loving memory of Pollie, dearly beloved wife of Cyril Ismay, who departed this life at Broken Hill on December 3, 1912. There is one link death cannot sever Loves sweet remembrance lasts for ever

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday 11 November 1916

STUBBS

On the 7th November at “Harrogate” 214 Armstrong Street, Ballarat. Thomas Ismay dearly beloved husband of the late Mary Stubbs and loving father of Charles (abroad). Ismay, Mabel, and Thornas aged 55 year
At rest

Friday 15 September 1922

RAINBOW -At a meeting of the Rainbow Turf Club the tender of T Ismay at £222/16 was accepted for the erection of permanent buildings on the course. It was also decided to fence in a portion of the racing circle. A tender of £22/10 being accepted

Thursday 19 July 1928

MR T. ISMAY and Family desire to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent bereavement

Wednesday 12 September 1928

Our mother.

ISMAY.-On the 10th September, at 5 Girdwood Avenue, Carnegie, Caroline Mary, widow of the late Thomas Ismay, of Dover, Kent, England, dearly beloved mother of Christina Mary (deceased). Cyril, Kathleen, Mabel (Mrs. Curran), and Tom, loving grandmother of Maisie. Keith, Kathleen, Tony, Denis, Cyril, and Bonnie, aged 89 years.
Peacefully sleeping.

Friday 6 December 1940

Engagements

Mona Ismay, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ismay, Rainbow, to Les Allan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Allan, Linton.

The Brisbane Courier

Saturday 26 February 1870

A NEW LINE OF STEAMERS
A new line of Steamers will shortly be laid on between Liverpool and India via the Suez Canal The company is headed by the well-known firm of Messrs. Bibbey, Ismay, and Fletcher, and other merchants at Liverpool, with a capital of £350,000, at £1000 per share The above firm have subscribed £300,000, leaving £50,000 at the disposal of their friends They have eight huge powerful steamers building at Belfast and Glasgow, 100 feet long, and fitted with high pressure engines The freight for the conveyance of cotton to Liverpool is fixed at £2 10s per ton.

Tuesday 12 February 1878

BIRTHS
ISMAY.-On the 7th February, at Lonsdale, Lytton road, Kangaroo Point, Mrs. R. Ismay of twin daughters

Thursday 12 September 1878

DEATHS

Ismay. On the 4th September, at Shafston, Lytton road, Lillian Maud ; also, on the 11th, at the same place, Alice Beatrice, twin daughters of Robert and Mary Ismay, 7 months

Thursday 28 October 1880

ENTERED INWARDS.
October 17.-Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Albert John Ismay, from London, Bright Bros, and Co., agents,

Wednesday 3 November 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR.-November 2.
Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Ismay, from London. Bright Bros. and Co., agents.

Thursday 18 November 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR.-November 17.
Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Ismay, for London (in Moreton Bay). Bright Bros. and Co., agents.

Wednesday 1 December 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR.-December 1.
Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Ismay, for London (in Moreton Bay). Bright Bros. and Co., agents.

Thursday 23 December 1880

VESSELS IN HARBOR.-December 21.
Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Ismay, for London (in Moreton Bay). Bright Bros. and Co., agents.

Thursday 30 December 1880

DEPARTURES
From Moreton Bay.
December 29.-Dunbar Castle, barque, 925 tons, Captain Ismay, for London. Passengers : Intermediate-Mr. and Mrs. William Hickling ; Steerage-Mrs. Croäby, Louisa Cox, Caroline Parfitt, Messrs. Charles Harrigan, Daniel Doherty, and Joseph E. May. Bright Brothers and Co., agents,

Wednesday 27 December 1882

JEUNE-DANIELS.-On the 9th December, at the residence of Mr. R. Ismay, Lonsdale, Kangaroo Point, by the Rev. J. D. Hennessey, Edmund Jeune, youngest son of the late Captain Philip Jeune, of St. Heliers, Jersey, to May, eldest daughter of Henry Daniels, Kent, England.

Tuesday 1 July 1890

To Master Herbert Dawson Ismay, Kaugaroo Point, has been awarded a certificate of merit for saving the life of Master Moffat in March last.

Wednesday 11 March 1891

MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL. LONDON, March 9.

The City Council of Manchester has recommended the advance of a sum of £2,500,000 for the completion of the Manchester Ship Canal. "Hazell's Annual" for 1891 says, with reference to the Manchester Ship Canal: - "This great engineering scheme, which is to convert the cotton metropolis, Manchester, into a seaport, was introduced in the shape of a Parliamentary bill early in the session of 1883. On 11th November, 1887, the works were commenced at Eastham Ferry, on the Cheshire side of the Mersey. At the beginning of 1890 there wore 96 steam navvies (including 8 German, 4 French, and 58 of Ruston and Proctor's), l66 locomotives, and 5874 wagons at work, while 218 miles of temporary railway had been laid down; there were also on the ground 162 steam cranes, 127 portable and other engines, 180 steam pumps, and 40 pile engines. On 11th March it was reported that the whole of the unissued ordinary shares of the company, amounting to £188,000, had been allotted at par. The report for the first half of 1890 stated that the total amount expended from the beginning was £7,583,543, and the receipts were £8,879,513. The sum of £7 per share had been paid up. At the half-yearly meeting on 14th August, Sir J. Leo, the vice-chairman, in answer to a question, stated that it was probable the canal would be finished within the Parliamentary cost, and he believed they would open it early in 1892. During October the results of the opening of the canal were much discussed locally. Special importance was attached to the statement of Mr. Ismay, the shipowner, on a recent visit to the canal works, when he said he was building a cargo steamer of 7000 tons, which he hoped would lead the procession to the Manchester docks."

Monday 11 July 1892

Public Instruction
Mary A, Cox has been transferred to the position of an assistant teacher in the State school at Stafford; Helena Broe has boon promoted to the position to head teacher in the state school for girls and infants at Dalby; and Agnes L. Warren has been transferred to the position of an assistant teacher in the State school at Hemmant; Mrs. Ismay has been appointed a lady visitor for the district of Thompson Estate, East Brisbane, and Kangaroo Point; and Mrs. Gore has been appointed a lady visitor for the district of West Ipswich, Woodend, and Sadler's Crossing, both in connection with the Diamantina Orphanage. B. Aland, M.L.A., J. L. Graham, B. W. Scholellold, and G. G. Cory, havo boon appointed trustees of tiio Grammar Sohool at Toowoomba ; and J. A. Boyeo, H. V. King, and Jf. M. Nelson M.L.A., have heon appointed trusteos of tho Grammar School at Toowoomba, upon the nomination of the subscribers thereto.

Tuesday 13 December 1892

SUMMARY OF NEWS.
Through stepping on a broken bottle on the beach at Wellington Point on Saturday Mr Herbert Ismay sustained very serious injury to one of his feet

Tuesday 13 December 1892

An accident illustrative of the gross carelessness and dangerous practice of visitors to the seaside throwing bottles into the sea occurred at Wellington Point on Saturday last \s a result Mr. Herbert Ismay, a highly respected and genial young fellow, sustained serious injury, which may affect him during the rest of his life. It seems that Mr Ismay was landing from a boat on the beach at Wellington Point and he, stepping into about a foot of water, trod on a broken bottle testing on its bottom Mr. Ismay's heel seems to have fitted into the broken vessel, for that part of his foot was left hanging as it were by a thread, and the sinews and nerves were all destroyed. Mr Ismay suffered much from loss of blood, and remedies had to be administered to prevent his fainting He was removed as speedily as possible to Mr. Markwells residence, and that gentleman did his best to stanch the flow of blood The unfortunate young fellow was then taken to his parents, who were staying temporarily at Birkdale, and as soon as expedient he was brought on to Brisbane for medical treatment. Dr Hill attended Mr. Ismay, and it is by no means certain that amputation will not be rendered necessary

Wednesday 21 December 1892

The many friends of Mr. Herbert Ismay, who met with a serious accident on Separation Day at Wellington Point by treading on a broken bottle, will be pleased to learn that the crisis has passed. The fears of amputation were set at rest on Monday, and it is believed that with the care and skilful treatment he is receiving at the hands of Dr. Hill he will be able to get about again in a few months.

Thursday 6 April 1893

A party was given to about thirty young people by Mr. and Mrs. Ismay, of Kangaroo Point, on Monday evening to celebrate the recovery of their son, Mr. Bert Ismay, from his recent painful accident. It will be remembered that some fifteen weeks ago, while on a boating trip at Wellington Point, Mr. Ismay, in stepping from the boat to the shore, trod with his heel on a broken bottle, with the result that he has been confined to his bed for over three months. With Dr. Hill skill the limb was saved, and the sufferer can now, with the assistance of two sticks, walk about. During the supper time Mr. Hiloy proposed the toast of the guest of the evening, to whioh Mr. Ismay, son, responded. The party broke up about 1 o'clook after a pleasant evening.

Wednesday 21 August 1895

SHIPPING. DEPARTURES
August 20.-TYRIAN, s., Captain. J. D. Joy, for Rockhampton, Mackay, and Townsville. Passengers :
H. D. Ismay.

Tuesday 27 August 1895

MARRIAGES.
ISMAY-SMITH.-On the 20th August, at the City Tabernacle, by the Rev. W. Whale, Herbert Dawson, only son of R. Ismay, H.M. Customs, Brisbane, to Lily, eldest daughter of James Smith, Bicycle Merchant, Brisbane.

Thursday 30 July 1896

ISMAY.-On the 22nd July, at her residence, Paxton-street, Townsville, the wife of H. D. Ismay, of a son

Saturday 4 January 1896

The following are the latest Government appointments:-R. Ismay and W. R. Wardlaw to be assistant landing waiters at Townsville

Wednesday 6 May 1896

COUNTRY LETTERS. TOWNSVILLE, April 25.
Miss Smith is expected shortly from Brisbane on a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. Ismay

Thursday 3 December 1896

WOMAN'S WORLD. SOCIAL GOSSIP.
Mrs. Ismay, Townsville, is on a visit to her relatives in Brisbane.

Saturday 19 December 1896

'THE COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION. -.ANNUAL -MEETING OF MEMBERS.
The annual meeting of the Commercial Travellers' Association was hold yesterday, at the association's clubroom Queen-street. Mr.- S. Andrews, one of the vice-presidents, occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance of members. The annual report, which showed a substantial increase in the membership of the association, and an excess of assets over liabilities of £182G 13s.2d., was read and adopted. The election of officers, &c, was then proceeded with, and resulted as follows ¡-Patron, Sir Charles Lilley, K.C.M.G.; president, Mr. Joseph N. Horton ; immediate past president, Mr. W. Bastlck ; vice-presidents, Messrs. P. L. Benjamin, S. Andrews, and A. Brown ; committee, Messrs. W. H. Spencer, F. Huklin, A. Moon, H. Shirley, A. Derby, A. J. Wills, N. F. Hall, G. J. Keith, F. W. Carter, J. D. Russel!, M. M'Leod, and E. J. Moseley ; hon. solicitor, Mr.. T. Macdonald-Paterson, M.L.A. ; auditors, Messrs. E. Muller and F. Manning ; and treasurer, Mr. F. W. M'Gibbon. The following were admitted as full members of the association :-Messrs. L. W. Pottler, R. M'Luckie, John Brown, Jack Boyd, T. J. G. Griffith, W. J. Donaldson, C. Hart, J. Mullen, H. D. Ismay, H. W. Harrison, E. W. Beaver, and H. Rae.

Tuesday 2 March 1897

THE ACCIDENT TO LORD BRASSEY.
The following additional particulars of the accident to Lord Brassey are published in Tuesday's Melbourne "Ago".-Between 5 and 6 o'clock p.m. yesterday a party from Government House set out for an hour's ride before dinner. The party comprised Lord Brassey, Lady Margaret Ismay, Mr. Ismay, and three daughters of Lord Glasgow. All were mounted on horseback, his Excellency riding a mettlesome but thoroughly good-tempered and trustworthy animal. The horses' heads were turned towards Albert Park, on the green sward of which, running parallel with Queen's-terrace, it has been the Governor's practice to indulge In an occasional gallop. When the track chosen for the. spin was reached Lord Brassey and Lady Margaret Ismay, who were slightly in advance of the remainder of the party, went away at a smart gallop. Mr. Ismay, riding some little distance in the rear, was startled suddenly, on observing the Governor's horse drop. He immediately sped to the scene of the misadventure. Lord Brassey was then lying partially under the horse the animal not having yet recovered his feet-with blood marks on his face; his helmet was crushed down upon his head, and he was evidently suffering much pain. With some difficulty his Excellency was relieved from his helpless position. Lady Margaret Ismay had also observed the accident, and pulling her horse round she quickly rejoined her husband, and did what she could to render Lord Brassey's position as bearable as was possible in the circumstances. A passing driver, whose name in the hurry and confusion was not ascertained, promptly placed his vehicle at the service of the party, and Lord Brassey, attended by Lady Margaret Ismay, returned to Government House, where" the facts having been communicated to Lord Richard Nevill, a message was it once sent to Mr. Charles Ryan requesting his immediate attendance. Mr. Ryan on arrival found that his Excellency was suffering from simple fracture of the right collarbone, in addition to which he had received numerous contusions about the head, face, and shoulders, and severe general shock. It was perhaps fortunate that his Excellency was, at the time of the accident, wearing a stout summer helmet. When in falling he struck the ground simultaneously with his shoulder and head, the helmet met the full force of the impact, and its elasticity averted what might otherwise have been grave injuries to the head.

Lord Richard Nevill found difficulty in accounting for the fall of the horse, which has always been regarded as a most sure-footed animal. An inspection of the ground where the fall took place, however, supplied the needed explanation, for a hole was discovered in which the horse had evidently caught one of his fore legs. The hole appeared to Lord Nevill to be the outcome of some defect in a drain-pipe which traverses the ground just below the level of the grass.

The accident will confine Lord Brassey to his bed for two or three days, and Mr. Ryan, who attended at Government House again late last night, is of opinion that some three weeks must elapse before His Excellency will have the full use of his right arm.

Monday 8 March 1897

WOMAN'S WORLD. SOCIAL GOSSIP.
Mrs. H. Ismay, Townsville, who has been spending some weeks with her relatives in Brisbane, has returned to her Northern home.

Saturday 24 December 1898

WOMAN'S WORLD
A very pleasant afternoon tea at Eschenhagen's Cafe was given by Mrs. Herbert Ismay on Monday in honour of her sister's (Miss Smith's) approaching marriage. Mrs W. S. Byrne and. Mies L. Heal presented Miss Smith with a handsome basket of roses. During the afternoon Missis Heal made a neat little speech suitable to the occasion. Those present were-Mesdames W. S Byrne, Hiron, Denham, Tömlinson, F. Hall, JFreeny, F. Smith, W. Firebrace (Melbourne), Miases Hiron, Burrstall, Hunter, Young (2), Feguson (Sydney), Lewin, (2), Lissner, Smythe, Heal (2), Gregory (2).

Thursday 29 December 1898

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. '(From Saturday's Gazette.)
Resignations.-R. Ismay, tide walter, Normanton , and J. Ivory, second officer of Curtoms, Birdsville.

Saturday 7 January 1899

SOCIAL GOSSIP.
The engagement is announced of Mr. J. Allandale White, eldest son of Mr. J. Allandale-White, Essex, England, to Miss Edith Ismay, only daughter of Mr. Robert Ismay, of Kangaroo Point. The marriage takes place at an early date.

Thursday 19 January 1899

WEDDING. - Allandale-White-'Ismay.
A quiet and pretty wedding was solemnized yesterday afternoon in St. Mary's Church, Kangaroo Point, by the Rev. C. A. Hutchinson, The bride, Miss Edith Lonsdale Ismay, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ismay, of Kangaroo Point. The bridegroom, Mr. Allandale-White, is a resident of North Queensland. Only relatives and intimate friends were present. The bride entered the church with her brother, Mr. Herbert Ismay, who, In 'the absence or her father, gave her away, and was attended by her cousin, Miss Florence Huey, as bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. J. A. Smith as best man. The bridal robe was of pearl-white Indian silk, the bodice- trimmed with Limerick lace and sprays of white clematis and orange blossoms. The square train hung in graceful folds from the waist, and was ornamented at each corner with a Louis Quators knot and bunch of clematis and orange blossoms. .The veil was of fine tulle, embossed with silk filosel, worn over a spray of clematis and orange blossoms In the hair ; a shower bouquet of asparagus ferns and white roses completed the simple and elegant costume. The bridesmaid, Miss Florence Huey, wore a dress of white grass cloth, trimmed with lace and buttercup ribbon; a hat of fancy white straw, ornamented with buttercups and margueriten. She also carried a large bouquet of bridal flowers tied with streamers of buttercup ribbon. After the ceremony the guests were entertained at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hiley, uncle and aunt of the bride. Upon leaving for Cleveland, where the honeymoon will be spent, Mrs. Allandale-Whlte travelled In a gray cashmere costume, ornamented with steel passementerie and guipure lace, and a pretty gray hat en suite.

Thursday 26 January 1899

WHITE-ISMAY -On the 18th January, at St. Mary's Church. Kangaroo Point, by the Rev. C. A. Hutchinson, John Allandale White, of .Townsville, eldest son of John Allandale White, Esq., Essex, England, to Edith Lonsdale, only daughter of Robert Ismay, Esq., of Kangaroo Point.

Wednesday 19 April 1899

April 18. - BULLARRIA, s., 1725 tons. Captain Rankin, for Rockhampton, Mackay, Townsville, and Cairns. Passengers : H. Ismay and child,
The Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, agents.

Saturday 25 November 1899

Mr. Thomas Ismay, the founder of the White Star line of steamships, is dead.

Monday 4 June 1900

FUNERAL NOTICE.-The Friends of Mr. ROBERT ISMAY, Deceased, late of H.M. Customs, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from the Brisbane Hospital THIS (Monday) FORENOON, al 11 o'clock for the Toowong Cemetery.

SrLLETT & BARRETT, Undertakers and Embalmers.

Friday 13 March 1908

ISMAY -In lov ing memory of our dear little ".Mickie," who died March 13, 1907. Inserted by his daddy and mother."

 

The Barrier Miner (Borken Hill NSW)

Thursday 5 December 1912 

Check back with the torve.nla.gov.au website for digital immage

Wednesday 3 December 1913 

 

The Cairns Post

Tuesday 17 November 1914

LEHMKUHL-ISMAY.-On the 14th November, 1914,  at the Parsonage  by the Rev. H: Denny. Bernard Lehmkuhl to Mary, widow of the late Robert Ismay, of Brisbane

Wednesday 7 January 1914

Death.  

ISMAY-At sea, after four days' illness, Herbert Dawson Ismay, only son of Mrs. and the late Robert Ismay, of H.M. Customs, Brisbane and Townsville

The Canberra Times

Friday 12 August 1932

CHILD'S HEROIC DEED - Saved Life Despite Broken Arm - SYDNEY, Thursday.

Although suffering a broken arm Mavis Ismay, 8 of Sandringham, yesterday jumped into a deep creek near her home.to rescue her four-year-old cousin, who, fell from the bridge. She suffered excruciating pain from the injured arm, which was bound up in splints, but succeeded in bringing the younger child, who was unconscious ashore

Wednesday 5 March 1952

GAOL FOR USING BICYCLE

A man who was fined £10 for riding a bicycle while under the influence of liquor, was also sentenced to one months' hard labour for illegally using the bicycle, by Mr. f. C. P. Keane, S.M., in the Canberra Court yesterday. Sergeant J. Courtney, prosecuting for the police, said that Anthony Ismay, 33, labourer. Eastlake hostel, was arrested by the police for riding a bicycle while under the influence of liquor on Monday afternoon. Ismay told Sergeant J. McSperrin that he had borrowed the bicycle from a friend so that he could go to Eastlake hostel to obtain money to buy "wine. Ismay was placed in a police car and further inquiries were made. Sergeant Courtney said that Ismay was arrested in Oxley Street, Kingston. He asked for a stiff penalty, saying that the stealing of bicycles from outside hostels was prevalent in Canberra.

Tuesday 3 December 1940

NO RACIAL –BRAWL - Greek Employee Injured - KALGOORLIE,' Monday.

Racial differences were not the cause of a brawl in a European Club last night which resulted in a Greek employee, Emanual Carutsos, being admitted to hospital with head injuries. It was learned officially to-day that a squabble had occurred in a near-by hotel, and when the parties moved up the street one person dashed into the club, followed by others. A brawl developed jn which Carutsos was hurt. Tony Ismay, 35, labourer, and Harry Waldock, 24, truck driver, were to-day remanded for eight days on a charge of having unlawfully assaulted Carutsos.

The Daily Telegraph Sydney – Ryerson Index

Published

Type

Description

24 Jun 2006

Death notice

Colin Winston Ismay 19 Jun 2006, aged 75  late of Coogee

The Magent (Eden) – Ryerson Index

Published

Type

Description

14 Apr 2005

Funeral notice

Margaret Ismay see Betty Hughes

 

NOT long ago, Martin Ismay would look out his back door and see a plain suburban steel fence. These days, from that same back door, he sees cows and countryside.

So what has changed?

Ismay and his wife Sonya are among around 200 people in NSW last year who relocated a house to a new piece of land.

In the Ismays’ case it was their own home, moving it from Sydney to the Hunter Valley, but many more people take on someone else’s unwanted house and give it new life in a different place. With demolition costs as high as $20,000, people are often happy to give a house away when they want to rebuild. The company moving the house then bears the cost of clearing the block and makes its money relocating the home for someone else. But when research shows moving house is one of life’s most stressful events, what happens when moving house literally means moving a house - chopping it into pieces, transporting it on the back of a truck, then putting it back together again? It’s not as stressful as it might sound and those who have done it heap praise on the experience, citing it as an affordable, environmentally sound, community-minded way to get a home with character.

The Ismays

Sentimentality was the driving force behind Martin and Sonya Ismay’s decision to shift their three-bedroom weatherboard house from Oatley, in Sydney’s south, to Millfield, near Cessnock. “I took 10 years to renovate the house and we just didn’t have the heart to knock it over, but we wanted to clear the block to build a new family home,” Martin says. The Ismays set themselves a $100,000 budget to buy land, found a quarter-acre (1000sq m) block in Millfield, then contacted Robert Mannix Relocations (0412 698 864). Mannix cut their house into three pieces and relocated it to the new block for around $50,000. Since then, the Ismays have spent $20,000 to $30,000 on services and improvements. “You could do it for cheaper but my heart’s attached to this rather than my head,” says Martin. “Both my kids were born there and grew up there and you just want to do as good a job as you can.” Daughters Lucy, 11 and Ruby, 7 are delighted with the new location. “They were very upset when we told them we planned to knock it over, so they’re ecstatic our family home just lives on a different block of land,” Martin says. The Ismays are now selling the house to help fund their new Sydney home, but Martin is philosophical. “The main purpose was just not to knock it down,” he says.

 

The Mercury (Hobart, Tasmania.)

Saturday 19 August 1916

NEW SOUTH WALES.
Ismay H.R.,

The Mercury

Sunday March 08, 2009

FIRST-HOME buyers have snubbed the Federal Government's special savings accounts., ……Commonwealth Bank, which also offers the accounts, was "tracking to expectations", said media officer Nicole Ismay, who would not disclose figures

The Queenslander (Brisbane.)

Saturday 8 August 1874

ISMAY.—On the 1st August, at her residence, Denmark Hill, Ipswich, Mrs. Robert Ismay, of a son.

Saturday 16 February 1878

Ismay.— On the 7th February, at Lonsdale, Lytton-road, Kangaroo Point, Mrs. R. Ismay, of twin daughters.

Saturday 14 September 1878

Ismay.— On the 4th  September, at Shafston, Lytton road, Lillian Maud; also, on the 11th, at the same place, Alice Beatrice, twin daughters of Robert and Mary Ismay, aged 7 months.

Saturday 31 August 1895

MARRIAGES. ISMAY—SMITH.—On the 20th August, at the City Tabernacle, by the Rev. W. Whale, Herbert Dawson, only son of R. Ismay, H.M. Customs, Brisbane, to Lily, eldest daughter of James Smith, Bicycle Merchant, Brisbane.

Saturday 8 August 1896

ISMAY.—On the 22nd July, at her residence; Paxton-stree t, Townsville, the wife of H. D. Ismay, of a son.

Saturday 4 February 1899

WHITE—ISMAY.—On the 18th January, at St. Mary's Church, Kangaroo Point, by the Rev. C. A. Hutchtnson, John Allandale White, of Townsvllle, eldest son of John  Allandale White, Esq., Essex, England, to  Edith Lonsdale, only daughter of Robert Ismay, Esq., of Kangaroo Point.

The St George & Sutherland Leader – Ryerson Index

Published

Type

Description

15 Apr 2008

Funeral notice

Honora Lillian Ismay funeral on 18 Apr 2008

The Sunday Herald

Sunday 21 June 1953

To Booth
ONE of the oldest voters at yesterday's Dulwich Hill by-election «as Mr. Joseph Ismay, 89, of Seaview Street, Dulwich Hill. Supporting himself with a walking stick, Mr. Ismay shuttled, unaccompanied, to a nearby polling booth to vote.
He told a "Herald" reporter that he had 51 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren.
Mr. Ismay said his back was broken in a motor accident 14 years ago, which "made me an old man before my time."

The Sydney Morning Herald

Saturday 2 August 1884

ISMAY-McKECHNIE-May 14. 1884, at the residence of the bride's parents. King Street, Newtown, bv the Rev. R. Collie, F.L.S., James Edward, third son of Joseph Ismay, Harrowgate, England, to Marv, second daughter of Andrew Mckenchine, grocer, King-street, Newtown

Thursday 15 January 1885

 

ISMAY.-January 101885. at Warren Grove, Marrickville. Emily, infant daughter of Joshua and Margaret Ismay, aged 9 month and 25 day. Gone to be with Jesus everymore.

Saturday 11 December 1886

ISMAY.—November 21, at her residence, 7, Railway-terrace, Goodsell-street, Newtown, the wife of James E. Ismay, of a son.

Saturday 11 December 1886

ISMAY.—December 5, at Goodsell-street, Newtown, Joseph William, dearly beloved son of James E. and Mary Ismay, aged 1 year 7 months.

Tuesday 29 June 1897

Funerals
ISMAY-The Friends of J E ISMAY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved son, Archibald Edward to move from his residence Kelvin Lord street Newtown THIS MORNING at 9 o’ clock for Rookwood
ANDREAWS BROS
Railway Bridge, Newtown
Tel 139 N

Monday 5 July 1897

ISMAY.-June 27, at his parents' residence, Kelvin, 2 Lord-street, Newtown, after intense suffering, Archibald Edward, dearly beloved infant son of James E. and Mary Ismay, aged 8 months.

Monday 14 February 1898

The Friends of Mr JOSEPH ISMAY are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his dearlv beloved Wife, Mary, to move from the residence of her daughter, Mrs Kyle, Western-road, Sherwood, Parramatta, This Monday AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock for Presbyterian Cemetery, Rookwood. Sydney friends please meet at Necropolis. WILLIAM METCALFE, Undertaker, etc, Parramatta

THE Friends of Messrs JOSHUA, GEORGE, JAMES, and JOSEPH ISMAY are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved MOTHER, Mary Isrnay, to move from the residence of her daughter, Mrs Kyle, Western-road, Sherwood, Parramatta, This Monday AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock for Presbyterian Cemetery, Rookwood. Sydney friends please meet at Necropolis. WILLIAM METCALFE, Undertaker, etc, Parramatta.

Saturday 31 October 1903

KYLE
The friends of Mr J0SEPH ISMAY are kindly invited to attend the funeral of his late beloved DAUGHTER Sarah Kyle to move from her late residence Pile street Dulwich Hill THIS (Saturdav) AFTERN0ON at 1:40 for Necropolis via Lewisham F W HARTLEY Undertaker Newtown

Saturday 13 October 1906

SILVER WEDDINGS
ISMAY-COULSON.-October 13, 1881, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Penman, Joshua, eldest son of Joseph Ismay, of Marrickville, to Margaret Ann, second daughter of Mr. J. Coulson, of Croydon-road, Hurstville. Present ddress, Norwood, Peat's Ferry-road, Wahroonga

Friday 14 May 1909

SILVER WEDDINGS.
ISMAY-McKECHNIE - May 14, 18S1, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Robert Collie, FI/S., James Edward third son of the late Joseph Ismay, of Marrickville, to Mary, second daughter of the late Andrew H Mckechnie, King street, new- town Present address, Narellan, Church street, Marrickville

Saturday 21 January 1911

WILSON-ISMAY
December 26 1910 at Congregational Church Willoughby by the Rev, Dr Roweby Thomas Vau-de-Peear Wilson of Newnes N S W  youngest son of Thomas Wilson of Airdrie Scotland to Mary Ellen (Nellie) Ismay eldest daughter of Joshua Ismay, of Willoughby

Saturday 26 April 1913

WALLACE_-ISMAY
March 22, 1913, at the Congregalional Church Kelmscott Western Australia by the Rev G P Bray, Edward Howard Wallace of Kelmscott to Florence Margaret Ismay, daughter of Mr and Mrs J Ismay of Willoughby Sydney

Saturday 10 January 1914

DEATHS.
ISMAY.-September 17, 1913, died at sea, Herbert Dawson Ismay

Wednesday 30 December 1914

ISMAY-GIBSON
November 28 1014, at Botany Methodist Church, by Rev F Colwell, John William, eldest son of Joshua Ismav, of Willoughby, to Ethel Mildred, eldest daughter of late William Gibson, of Botany

Saturday 11 September 1915

ISMAY (nee Ethel Gibson).-September 8, 1915, at Nurse Page's private hospital, Ballintoy, Willoughby road. North Sydney, the wife of J- W. Ismay, Penshurst-street, Willoughby --a daughter.

Saturday 11 December 1915

WOOTTEN-ISMAY
December 3. 1915, at Warren Methodist Church, Marrickville, by Rev. A. J. Burt, Frederick Charles Wootton, B.A., now of the A.I.F, third son of the late Walter Wootten, and of Mrs. Wootten, Richmond River, to Lydia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ismay, Church-street, Marrickville.

Wednesday 16 May 1917

WOOTTEN
Killed in action in France, April 16, L cpl William Haldane, dearly beloved eldest son of the late Walter and Lucy Wotten of Richmond River, brother of Alice, Jack (on active service), and Torn

WOOTTEN
Killed in action in France, April 16, L cpl William Haldane, dearly beloved brother of Fred (on active service), and Lydia Wotten (nee Ismay)

Saturday 5 October 1918

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Private Joshua Ismay (Sien) 53rd Batt., aged 24 years anl 11 months after 2 years and 10 months' active service, dearly loved son of Mr and Mrs J Ismay and brother of Edith. Dorothy, and Bruce Edward Street, Willoughby
A noble life nobly given

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Joshua the dearly loved brother of Nellie and Tom Wilson, Newnes Gone but not forgotten

ISMAY- Killed in action, France,  September 1 1918 Jos the dearly loved brother of Florrie and Edward Howard (returned) One of Australia's best

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Jos the dearly loved brother loved brother of Will and Ethel Ismay, Chandos street, N Sidney The greatest sacrifice

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Joshua the dearly loved brother of Lily And Eustace Bensley (O A S ) Tingha street, Chatswood
Our hero brother
He died as he lived-nobly

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Joshua the dearly loved brother of Elsie Bailey
He answered the call

ISMAY- Private Joshua Ismay (Sen ) 53rd Batt., killed in action September 1 1918. A young life nobly ended Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs F. H. Brown and family

ISMAY- Killed in action September 1 1918 Private Joshua Ismay the beloved nephew of E Annakin and family, Neville street, Marrickville

Monday 31 March 1919

ISMAY - The friends of Mr and Mrs JOSHUA ISMAY, Mr and Mrs GEORGE ISMAY, Mr and Mrs JOSEPH ISMAY, and FAMLLIES are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved NEPHEW and COUSIN Percy James to leave Wood, Coffill, and Company’s Muttuary Chapel, 810 George street city, THIS Day at 1:30 p.m. for Rockwood Cemetery
WOOD COFFILL and COMPANY LTD

ISMAY -The friends of Mr and Mrs. JAMES McKENCHIE Mr and Mrs JOHN McKENCHIE Mr and Mrs GEORGE H WEDLOCK. and FAMILIES and Mr and Mrs P MOLEN are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved NEPHEW and COUSIN Percy James Ismay to leave Wood, Coffill, and Co’s Mortuary Chapel 810 George street city, THIS DAY at 1 30 p.m. for Rookwood Cemetery
WOOD COFFILL and COMPANY LTD

Monday 1 September 1919

ISMAY.-In sad but loving memory of our dear son and brother, Sig. Jos. Ismay, 21 years ,11 mouths, killed in action at Peronne on September 1 1918, after 2 years and 5 month’s service.
A beautiful memory left behind.
And a duty nobly done.
Inserted by his loving father, mother, sisters, and brother, Edith, Dorothy, and Bruce.

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Sig. Jos. Ismay, killed in action at Peronne on September 1 1918. Inserted by his loving sister and brother. Nellie and Tom Wilson, of Newnes.

ISMAY --Killed in action at Peronne on September 1, 1918, Sig. Jos. Ismay, dearly loved brother of Florrie Howard, Victoria Park, Perth W.A.
Somewhere, some time our eyes shall see
That dear face held in memory

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Sig. Jos. Ismay, killed in action at Peronne on September 1 1918.
Sleep on, dear brother, in that far-off grave.
Your life for your country you nobly gave
Inserted by his loving brother and sister. Will and Ethel Ismay, Donnley-street, Naremburn.

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Sig. Jos. Ismay, 53rd Batt., killed in action at Peronne on September 1 1918, dearly loved brother of Lily and Eustace Bensley (O.A.S), Wansleen, Oakville-road, Willoughby,
The shock was great, the blow severe.
To part with one we loved so dear.

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Sig. Jos. Ismay, killed in action at Peronne on September 1 1918. The supreme sacrifice. Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie Bailey.

Saturday 27 March 1920

ISMAY -In loving memory of our dear son, Percy James, who departed this life March 28 1119 Inserted by his loving father and mother James and Mary Ismay

ISMAY -In loving memory of our dear brother Percy James who departed this life March 28 1919 Inserted by his loving brother and sister Arthur and Mary Blake.

ISMAY -In loving memory of our dear brother Percy James who departed this life March 28 1919. Inserted by his loving brother and sister James and Aggie Craigen

Friday 1 September 1922

ISMAY-In loving memory of our dear son and brother Pte Jos. Ismay 53rd Batt, killed in action Mont St Quentin, September 3, 1018
No time can heal the aching heart
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.

Monday 27 November 1922

ISMAY.-The funeral of the late ERIC ISMAY will leave the Mortuary Station, Regent-street, city, TOMORROW (Tuesday) MORNING by the 9 28 funeral train for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED

Saturday 23 February 1924

ISMAY (nee Katie Elliot) -February 18 at Nurse Dawson s private hospital to Mr and Mrs Fred Ismay-a baby girl (Kathleen Elliot) (Survived 19 hours)

Friday 28 March 1924

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our son and brother, Percy James who passed away March 28, 1919. Inserted by his loving mother and father, sisters, and brothers-in-law

Saturday 28 March 1925

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our son and brother, Percy James who passed away March 28, 1919. Inserted by his loving mother and father, sisters, and brothers-in-law

Saturday 9 May 1925

ISMAY.-April 30, at Walmar private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Ismay-a son (stillborn).

Tuesday 1 September 1925

ISMAY-In loving, faithful memory of our dear son and brother Pte Jos. Ismay 53rd Batt, killed in action Mont St Quentin, September 3, 1918
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.

Saturday 27 March 1926

ISMAY.-In loving memory of our dear son Percy James who passed away March 28, 1919. Inserted by his loving mother and father, sisters, and brothers-in-law

Monday 4 October 1926

ISMAY.-October 2, 1928, at his residence, Knot Cottage, 23 Arthur-Street, Marrickville, George, beloved husband of Elizabeth Ismay, and beloved fathor- of Tilly, Albert, Fred, Ada, and Syd, aged 67 years (suddenly),

Monday 4 October 1926

ISMAY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ELIZABETH ISMAY. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. GILBERT and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. A. ISMAY and FAMILY. Mr. and Mrs,, FRED ISMAY, Miss ADA ISMAY and Mr. are Mrs. SYD ISMAY, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER and GRANDFATHER, George Ismay: to leave his late residence, Knox Cottage. 13 Arthur Street, Marrickville this MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora, by road. per Motor Funeral. Friends travelling by train, take funeral train, leaving Central Station at 1.47 p.m.
F. W. HARTLEY, Motor Funeral Directors,
Marrickville-Road, Marrickville.

ISMAY- The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs JOS. ISMAY and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ISMAY, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved Brother. George Ismay; to leave Knox Cottage. 13 Arthur Street, Marrickville this MONDAY, at 2 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Woronora, by road. Motor Funeral.
F. W. HARTLEY,
Motor Funeral Directors

ISMAY.-G.U.O. Free Gardeners White Rose Lodge, No 5 -Officers and Brethren of above Lodge are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their late Brother and Trustee, GEORGE ISMAY; to leave 13 Arthur Street Marrickville, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 oclock, for Woronora Cemetery. By road.
Motor Funeral.
G. HALFACRE. R.W.M.,
F. HENNAH. Sec.

Friday 5 November 1926

ISMAY.-November 4, 1926, at his residence, Pereville, Station-street, Concord, James Edward, beloved husband of Mary Ismay (formerly of Marrickville), aged  64 years. For funeral see Saturday's paper.

Saturday 6 November 1926

ISMAY -The Friends of Mr and Mrs JOHN McKECHNIE- of Mr and Mrs GEORGE H WEDLOCK Mr and Mrs P NOLEN are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved BROTHER IN LAW and UNCLE- James Edward Ismay to leave his late residence Pereville Station street Concord THIS DAY at 2 45 for Presbyterian Cemetery Rookwood
T. J. ANDREWS- Funeral Director

Thursday 1 September 1927

ISMAY-In loving memory of our dear son and brother Pte Joshua Ismay 53rd Batt, killed in action, September 3, 1918 at Mont St Quentin
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.

Friday 4 November 1927

ISMAY-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father who passed away on November 4, 1918
For ever with the Lord
Inserted by his loving wife, daughters  and sons in law.

Thursday 19 July 1928

MR T. ISMAY and Family desire to express their sincere THANKS to all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent bereavement

Saturday 1 September 1928

ISMAY-In loving memory of our dear son and brother Pte Joshua Ismay 53rd Batt, killed in action, September 3, 1918 at Mont St Quentin
Loving Remembrance lasts for ever
Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brothers.

Wednesday 12 September 1928

ISMAY.-On the 10th September, at 5 Girdwood avenue, Carnegie, Caroline Mary, widow of the late Thomas Ismay, of Dover, Kent, England, dearly beloved mother of Christina Mary (deceased). Cyril, Kathleen Mabel (Mrs.. Curran), and Tom, loving grandmother of Maisie. Keith Kathleen, Tony, Denis, Cyril, and Bonnie, aged 89 years.
Peacefully sleeping.

Saturday 3 November 1928

ISMAY.- In loving memory of my dear husband and our father James Edward, who passed away on November 4, 1918
For ever with the Lord
Inserted by his loving wife, daughters  and sons in law.

Monday 4 November 1929

ISMAY.- In loving memory of my dear husband and our father James Edward, who passed away on November 4, 1918
For ever with the Lord
Inserted by his loving wife, daughters  and sons in law.

Friday 28 March 1930

ISMAY.-In loving memory of my dear son and our brother Percy James who departed this life March 28, 1919. Inserted by his loving mother and father, sisters, and brothers-in-law

Monday 6 October 1930

ISMAY-The Relatives and Friends of Mr and Mrs ALBERT ISMAY of Punchbowl are respectfully informed that the Remains of their dearly loved SON Ernest were interred YESTER DAY (Sunday) Afternoon In the Church of England Cemetery Woronora
CHARLES KINSELA
Motor Funeral Director
Chapel road Bankstown
Phone UX7767

Friday 10 October 1930

CRAIGEN.-October 7, 1930, at Mount Pleasant Hospital, South Australia, the Rev. James A. Craigon, beloved husband of Agnes R. Craigen (nee Ismay), and dear father of Archie, George, and Ken. aged 47 years. See "Herald" notices later for Funeral at Rookwood Cemetery.

Monday 13 October 1930

CRAIGEN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. MARY ISMAY and Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR BLAKE, of 16 and 18 Station-street, North Strathfield, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved S0N-IN-LAW and BROTHER-IN--LAW, the Rev. James Alexander Craigen (recently of South Australia.): which will leave our George street, Chapel, 810 George-street, city, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Rookwood. Motor Funeral.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Saturday 1 November 1930

Mr and Mrs A ISMAY and FAMILY 693 Punch- bowl road Punchbowl desire to express their sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement

Tuesday 13 October 1931

GOLDEN WEDDINGS.
ISMAY-COULSON.-October 13. 1881, by the late Rev. John Penman, Joshua Ismay to Margaret Ann Coulson. Present address. 24 Sofala-avenue, Lane Cove.

Wednesday 6 February 1935

JONES - January 30 Robert Price dear husband of Mabel (nee Ismay) 19 Seaview-street Dulwich Hill and loving daddy of Betty aged 34 years

Wednesday 15 July 1936

ISMAY Funeral of the late MARY ISMAY will leave 14 Station-street, Concord, on THURSDAY at 10:30 a.m., for the Presbytarian Cemetery, Rookwood
A. B. ANDREWS. LTD.,
183 Burwood-road, Burwood
Phone UJ5234.

Thursday 16 July 1936

ISMAY.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs ARTHUR C BLAKE,. Mrs, AGNES CRAIGEN, and FAMILIES, are Invited to attend the, funeral of their dearly loved MOTHER and GRANDMOTHER, Mary Ismay; to leave her late residence. Pereville l8 Slation-street, North Strathfield, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the Presbyterian cemetery, Rookwood.
B. ANDREWS LIMITED.

Wednesday 15 July 1936

ISMAY July 14. 1936, at a private hospital, Mary, widow of James E. Ismay, and loving mother of Mary (Isey) and Agnes, aged 78 years, of Pereville. 18 Station-street, North Strathfield.

Thursday 16 July 1936

ISMAY July 14. 1936, at a private hospital, Mary, widow of James E. Ismay, and loving mother of Mary (Isey) and Agnes, aged 78 years, of Pereville. 18 Station-street, North Strathfield.

Wednesday 14 July 1937

ISMAY-In loving memory of dear mother and randmother. Mary Ismay, who departed this life July 14, 1936. Inserted by her daughters. Mary and Agnes, grandchildren, and son-in-law.

Thursday 14 July 1938

ISMAY-In loving memory of our dear mother who passed away July 14 1936 Inserted by her loving daughters’ Mary and Agnes

Friday 2 December 1938

ISMAY -December 1 1938 at Prince Henry Hospital Muriel Lorraine dearly beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Ismay and loving sister of Jack and Jean aged 23 years

Saturday 17 December 1938

Mr and Mrs ISMAY and FAMILY of Campsie wish to THANK all Relatives and Friends the Principals and Staff of A Barden and Son, Australian Broadcasting Commission and Associated Australian Linen and Sydney Towel Supply for floral tributes cards telegrams letters and personal expression of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement "Also to thank the Doctors Nurses and Staff of Ward 21 Prince Henry Hospital for their kindness and attention to their dear daughter and sister Will all please accept this as their personal thanks

Monday 21 August 1939

ISMAY-The Relatives and friends of the late ELIZABETH ISMAY of Knox Cottage 23 Arthur Street Marrickville are invited to attend her funeral to leave St Clements Church Marrickville THIS MONDAY after a Service commencing at 1:45 pm for the Woronora Cemetery
WALTERS and SON
LMl676 Dulwich Hill Terminus

Monday 21 August 1939

ISMAY -August 20 1939 at Her residence Knox Cottage 23 Arthur Street Marrickville Elizabeth relict of the late George Ismay dearly beloved mother of Tillv (Mrs L R Gibert) Albert, Fred, Ada and Syd aged 86 years

Saturday 9 September 1939

The FAMILY of the late ELIZABETH ISMAY of Marrickville, desire to THANK all friends and relatives for their kind sympathy In their recent bereavement

Wednesday 27 March 1940

BLAKE-ISMAY.-March 27. 1915. at Presbyterian Church. Marrickville, by the late Rev. Dr. Burgess, M.A.. D.D.. Arthur Charles, youngest son of the late John Blake and Mrs. Blake, of Burwood, to Mary Isobel, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Ismay, of North Strathfield Present address, l8 Station Street. North Strathfield.

Tuesday 3 December 1940

SILVER WEDDINGS.
WOOTTEN-ISMAY.-December 3, 1915 at Warren Methodist Church, Marrickville. By Rev A. J. Burr, Lydia Ismay to Frederick Charles Wooten. A.I.F. Present address, High School, Mudgee.

Monday 13 October 1941

DIAMOND WEDDINGS
ISMAY -COULSON -October 13 1881 at Sydnev by the late Rev John Penman Joshua Ismay to Margaret Ann Coulson Present address, 24 Sofala Avenue Lone Cove

Saturday 7 November 1942

ISMAY.-In loving memory of my dear wife Katie, who passed away November 8, 1941. Inserted, by her loving husband. Fred.

Monday 8 November 1943

ISMAY.-In loving memory of my dear wife Katie, who departed this life November 8, 1941. Inserted, by her loving husband. Fred.

Saturday 12 October 1946

Sixty Fifth Wedding Aniversary
ISMAY -COULSON -October 13 1881 Margaret Ann Coulson to Joshua Ismay Present address, 3 Ryde Road, Pymble

Wednesday 13 October 1948

DIAMOND WEDDINGS
ISMAY -COULSON -October 13 1881 Joshua Ismay to Margaret Ann Coulson. Present address, 1 Moran Street, Mosman

Wednesday 12 July 1950

ISMAT Pauline Flitabeth -July 9 1950 a her residence 88 Silver Street Marrickville relict of tile late Eric Ismay dearly loved mother of Honour Lillian and dear sister of H P Hanson and Elsa (Mrs Murray) and John and Len (deceased) Requiescat In pace

Monday 1 January 1951

 

ISMAY Joshua
December 3I 1950 at his daughter’s residence Leura beloved husband of the late Margaret Ann loved father of Mary Ellen Wilson Florence Margaret Howard Lily Bensley Elsie Mabel Bailey Edith Evelyn Butler Dorothy Hampden Ferguson John William and Leslie Bruce Coulson aged 96 year."

Saturday 20 December 1952

Engagement
CORNISH-ISMAY -The Engage
ment is announced of Shirley younger daughter of Mr and Mrs M W Ismay Maroubra to Kevin Warren eldest son of Mr and Mrs E W Cornish Maroubra Bay

Saturday 3 July 1954

Engagement
ISMAY
-COBCROFT-The Engagement is announced of Shirley, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cobcroft, of Allawah, to Ian, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Ismay of Allawah.

The Sydney Morning Herald - Ryerson Index

Published

Type

Description

05 Jul 1897

Death notice

Archibald Edward Ismay 27 Jun---- , aged 8 months  at Newtown

22 Jan 1973

Death notice

Beatrice Elizabeth Ismay 20 Jan 1973  late of South Hurstville

18 Jul 1974

Death notice

William Joshua (Jack) Ismay 16 Jul 1974, aged 55  late of Ashbury

05 Jul 1977

Death notice

Arthur James Ismay 04 Jul 1977  late of Westmead

16 Oct 1978

Death notice

John William Ismay 14 Oct 1978, aged 90  late of Canterbury, formerly of Campsie

17 Oct 1978

Death notice

John William Ismay 14 Oct 1978, aged 90  late of Canterbury, formerly of Campsie

29 Jan 1979

Death notice

Ada Ismay 27 Jan 1979, aged 91  late of Marrickville, formerly of Miranda

03 Feb 1979

Death notice

Dorothy Hyde Ismay 01 Feb 1979, aged 89  late of Oatley

12 Feb 1980

Death notice

Lydia Wootten (Nee Ismay)

25 Jul 1983

Death notice

Vera Maud Ismay 23 Jul 1983, aged 97  late of Panania

11 Jul 1985

Death notice

Irene Ismay 10 Jul 1985, aged 90  late of Allawah

28 Aug 1985

Death notice

Mabel Grant (Nee Ismay)

09 Dec 1985

Death notice

Joseph Phillip Ismay 07 Dec 1985  late of Campsie

07 Nov 1986

Death notice

Olga Violet Ismay 06 Nov 1986  late of Campsie

04 Oct 1990

Death notice

Kenneth Bruce Ismay 03 Oct 1990  late of Beecroft

31 Jan 1991

Death notice

Olga Isabel Ismay 28 Jan 1991  late of Campsie

03 Jun 1991

Death notice

Ethel May Ismay 01 Jun 1991, aged 98  late of Newport

01 Jun 1995

Death notice

Harold Richmond Ismay 30 May 1995, aged 80 

21 Nov 1995

Death notice

Douglas Lloyd Ismay 19 Nov 1995, aged 74  late of Oatley

25 Oct 1996

Death notice

Mansel William Ismay 23 Oct 1996, aged 91 

11 Oct 1997

Death notice

Ruby Sydney Ismay 08 Oct 1997 

25 Apr 2001

Death notice

Leslie Bruce Coulson Ismay 19 Apr 2001, aged 96 

07 Jul 2001

Death notice

Ian Ismay 05 Jul 2001, aged 72  late of Jannali

12 Jun 2002

Death notice

Shirley Margaret Ismay 09 Jun 2002, aged 74  late of Artarmon

01 Aug 2002

Death notice

June Isabel Ismay 30 Jul 2002, aged 71  late of Picnic Point

09 Feb 2005

Death notice

Mervyn Winston Ismay 07 Feb 2005, aged 83  late of Revesby

04 Jun 2005

Death notice

Florence Margaret Ismay 02 Jun 2005, aged 97  late of Coogee

24 Jun 2006

Death notice

Colin Winston Ismay 19 Jun 2006, aged 75  late of Coogee

The Western Mail 

Friday 25 April 1913

WALLACE-ISMAY.-On March 22, at the Congregational Church, Kelmscott, W.A., by the Rev. G. P. Bray, Edward Howard Wallace, of Kelmscott, to Florence Margaret Ismay, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. J. Ismay, of Willoughby, New South Wales

Thursday 25 March 1948

ISMAY: In ever-loving memory of Ivy, our dearest sister, who passed away  March 25, 1945. (Always remembered by Daphne and Tom.)

 

 

Canada

The British Colonist

May-28-1910

Cricket Matches this afternoon
This afternoon the Albions are playing two matches. One team will meet the Garrison C.C. on the Beacon Hill Grounds, commencing at 2 p.m., and another journey to Strawberry Vale.

The teams are as follows:

Versus Garrison: C.W. Scott, F. Boiston, E. Parsons, C. Gifford, M.B. Lloyd, C. Tunnard, E.W. Ismay, J. Neilson, W. Gregson, C.A. Forsysth and L.B. Trimen.

Jun-25-1910

Beacon Hill Grounds:- C.W. Scott (captain), F. Boiston, W. Gregson,  D. Hallam, F.W. Ashby, H.E. Sothern, C J. Neilson, M.B. Lloyd, E.W. Ismay, H.H. Pegler and L.B. Trimen.

England

Berrow's Worcester Journal

Saturday, April 07, 1877

Marriages.

Ismay – Weber

April 2, at St Mark’s, Hamilton Terrace, London, by the Rev. Canon Duckworth, the Rev William Ismay M.A., Vicar of Eckington, in this county, to Florence, fourth daughter of the late C.F. Weber, Esq., of Portsdown road, London. W.

Saturday, October 04, 1879

Births

Ismay – Sept 24, the wife of the rev W Ismay, Vicar of Exkington, in this county, of a daughter

The Blackburn Standard

Wednesday, January 04, 1860

Marriages.

Since our last, at Holy Trinity Church, Over Darwen

Henry Barker to Mary Ismay all of Over Darwen

Saturday, March 04, 1876

Marriages.

Ismay – Kay

At the Independent meeting House, Belgrave Square, Darwen James Ismay to Annas Kay

The Bristol Mercury

Saturday, May 2, 1846; Issue 2928

Married. Henry Wiglesworth, of Swansea, Surgeon, to Mary youngest daughter of Thomas Ismay, Esq., of Dover

 

The Cheshire Observer

Saturday, September 13, 1884

Marriages

On the 2nd inst., at the Parish Church, Barthomley, Joseph, eldest son of the late George Ismay of Plumbland, Cumberland, to Ada Henrietta, youngest daughter of Henry Barton, late of Rock Ferry and Liverpool

Saturday, December 15, 1888

Marriages

On the 4th inst., at the Church of the Heavenly rest, New York. J. Bruce Ismay, eldest son of Thomas H Ismay, Dawpool, Thurstaston, in this county, to Florence, eldest daughter of George R Scheiffelin, of New York U.S.A.

Saturday, October 10, 1891

Deaths

Ismay – Oct 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, in this county, suddenly, aged 6 months, Henry Bruce, infant son of J Bruce Ismay

Saturday, May 02, 1896

Marriages

Drage - Ismay

April 28 at the Parish Church, Thurstaston, Cheshire, by the Bishop of Chichester, assisted by the rrev F Alymer frost M.A., rector of Thustaston, Geoffrey Drage, M.P., son of Charles Drage, M.D., of Hatfield, to Ethel Sealby, eldest daughter of  Thomas Henry Ismay, D.L., of  Dawpool, Cheshire

Cumberland Packet and Whitehaven Advertiser

20 Jun 1776 Pg 2 Columne D

Mr Ismay Wigton Marriage, Attorney at Law

Wed May 31 1786: Death

 

The same day (20th inst) at Burgh-upon-Sands, in the 82nd year of his age, the Rev Mr Ismay, vicar of that place.  The living is in the gift if the right hon. the Earl of Lonsdale

Wed Feb 3 1790: Death

 

Sunday se’ennight at Wigton Mr Ismay, attorney at law in the 42nd of his age

Wed Mar 31 1790: Death

 

Saturday last, at the same place (Egremont), after a few days sickness, Mr John Ismay, carrier between this town and Egremont, greatly regretted.

Tue 6 Dec 1791: Marriage

 

The 23rd ult, at Westward, Mr Edward Trimble of Thursby to Miss Peggy Ismay of Westward-side

Tue Feb 12 1793: Death

Last week at Wigton, greatly respected by a numerous acquaintance, Mrs Ann Ismay at the advanced age of 100yrs.

Tue May 30 1793: Bankruptcy

 

ELLWOOD and ISMAY, BANKRUPTCY

Whereas a Commission of Bankruptcy is awarded against JACOB ELLWOOD and THOMAS ISMAY, both no… o.. late of Brisco in the County of Cumberland, Calico printers and surviving partners of JAMES MITCHELL (trading under the firm of MITCHELL, ELLWOOD & Co.) and they being declared bankrupt are required to present themselves to the commissioners etc 13 & 14 June and 8 July 1797 at 10 am at the house of George Hardesty, Innkeeper, in the City of Carlisle etc

30 May 1797 Pg 3 Column B

Thomas Ismay Brisco Calico Printer Bankrupt

Tue 1 July 1800: Marriage

At Caldbeck Mr Alexander Downie of the Parish of Orton to Miss Elizabeth Ismay of the Parish of Caldbeck.

Tue Nov 7 1815: Death

At Maryport Mrs Elizabeth Ismay, widow 60, mother of Capt Ismay of the Vine

Tue 16 Feb 1819: Marriage

Saturday last at Trinity, Mr Joseph Ismay, joiner and cabinetmaker, to Miss Mary Skelton of Queen Street.

Tue 29 June 1819: Marriage

At St James’ Mr Thomas Little to Miss Rebecca Ismay

Tue 2 Aug 1825: Marriage

Lately at Trinity, by the Rev Thomas Harrison A M Mr Thomas Ismay to Miss Elizabeth Jackson

Tue 2 Oct 1827: Marriage

At Annan last week, Mr John Clark to Miss Charlotte Ismay (all) of Maryport

Tue 16 Oct 1827: Death

At Cockermouth on the 6th, Mrs Isabella Ismay aged 82 yrs

Tue 4 Nov 1828: Marriage

At Wigton on 25th (Oct), Mr John Ismay of Lawrenceholme to Miss Fell of Oulton

Tue 3 May 1831: Death

At Wigton on ? Mrs Mary Ismay aged 45

Tue 17 May 1831: Death

At Wigton, yesterday week, Mr Thomas Ismay aged 25

Tue 28 June 1831: Marriage

At Wigton on Saturday week, Mr George Davidson of High Moor House to Miss Susannah Ismay of Wigton

Tue 12 June 1832: Marriage

At Wigton on Saturday last, Mr Ismay, Bookseller, to Miss Wilson

Tue 15 Apr 1834: Death

At Wigton on Sunday week, Robert son of Mr Ismay, Bookseller, aged 15 months

Tue 9 Sep 1834: Death

Since our last, in Queen St, Mr Joseph Ismay cabinetmaker in the 61st year of his age

Tue 14 Oct 1834: Marriage

At Wigton on Thursday last, Mr John Richardson of Low Longthwaite to Miss Mary Ismay of Akehead.

Tue 26 May 1835: Death

In Carlisle, Mrs Mary Ismay aged 71 years

Tue 15 Dec 1835: Marriage

At Cockermouth on Saturday last, Mr John Ellbeck, shoemaker to Miss Ann Ismay

Tue 23 June 1835: Death

At Wigton on Sunday week, of consumption, Mr Ismay, printer and bookseller, in the prime of his life, deeply and deservedly lamented by all who knew him.  Mr Ismay was much esteemed by a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances for his probity and integrity and for his obliging and amiable disposition.

Tue 5 July 1836: Death

At Wigton on 28th Mrs Mary Ismay aged 83

Tue 15 Nov 1836: Marriages

At Cockermouth on Saturday last, Mr Thomas Ismay of Egremont to Miss Sarah Hale (of Cockermouth).  At Wigton on Sunday week, Mr John Timperon of Bromfield to Miss Frances Ismay of Lawrence Holme

Tue 19 Oct 1841: Death

In Duke St in this town, Mrs Mary Ismay, widow, in the 67th year of her age

Tue 24 May 1842: Marriage

At Camerton of the 14th inst by the Rev G Topping, Mr Joseph Ismay, husbandman, to Miss Elizabeth Irwin, both of Seaton.

Tue 31 Jan 1843: Marriage

On Thursday last at Crosscanonby near Maryport, Capt Metcalf to Miss Ruth Ismay, both of Maryport

Tue 1 July 1845: Marriage

At Wigton on 22nd ult, Mr Joseph Ismay, mason, to Eleanor, daughter of Mr Isaac Bewley of Highmoor

Tue 27 July 1847: Death

(On 22nd) Eleanor Ismay aged 26 years. (In Carlisle).

Tue 21 Sep 1847: Death

On 13th at Cockermouth, Mrs Mary Ismay aged 70

28 May 1850 Pg 3 Column E

Mt Joseph Ismay of London death Skinner and Furrier son of J.

Tue May 18 1852: Marriage

At Wigton on the 8th inst, Mr Thomas Ismay, farmer, Lawrence Holme to Miss Mary Gibson of Oulton

Tue May 18 1852: Death

Since our last, at Workington, James, son of Mr Joseph Ismay aged 17

Tue Apr 26 1853: Death

At Wigton, John Ismay, Butcher, aged 46

Tue May 31 1853: Death

At Wigton, Isabella Ismay aged 40 years

Tue Sep 20 1853: Death

On 28th of July last at Buenos Ayres, Mr Thomas Ismay, tanner, formerly of Cockermouth, aged 46 years and son of Mr John Ismay.  The deceased has left a wife and two sons to lament their loss

Tue July 31 1855: Death

At Maryport last week, Miss Charlotte Ismay, daughter of Mrs Ismay of Wood Street, aged 16years

Tue Oct 21 1856: Marriage

Oct 19 at the Holy Trinity, by the Rev Thomas Dalton, BD, incumbent, Mr Thomas Ismay, Innkeeper to Miss Sarah Greenhow, both of Whitehaven.

Tue Jan 26 1858: Death

At Ewe Close in the parish of Plumbland, on the 15th inst, Mary, the wife of George Ismay, farmer, aged 51 years.

Tue July13 1858: Death

At Allonby, on the 5th inst, Mary, wife of Mr Robert Ismay, aged 39.

Tue Nov 23 1858: Marriage

At Wigton on 15th inst, Mr T Holliday, labourer, to Miss Jane Ismay.

Tue Mar 29 1859: Death

On March 25, in Church St, Maryann, daughter of Mr Thomas Ismay, warehouseman, aged 13/4 years

The Daily News

Wednesday May 22 1850. Death

ISMAY – May 17, at Walworth, Mr. J. Ismay, of Great Guildford Street, Southwark, Aged 69

Monday October 31 1881. Marriage

ISMAY – KEBBEL. October 27, at Christchurch, Lee, Kent, John Sealby Ismay, son of the late J. Ismay, of Maryport, Cumberland, to Marianna daughter of the late H. Kebbel of Clayton House, Elthem and Lee terrace, Blackheath

Saturday September 2 1893

Birth

ISMAY 30th August at Chrisleton Rectory, Cheshire, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter

The Era

Sun, March 16, 1845; Issue 338

On the 7th inst, at Guildford Lawn, Sarah wife of John Ismay, Esq age 64

The Essex Standard, and Colchester, Chelmsford, Maldon, Harwich, and General County Advertiser

Friday, November 18, 1836; Issue 307

Deaths

10th  inst, John Ismay, Esq of Mile End, in his 90th year

September 09, 1863

Marriages

June 25th, at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Kew, near Melbourne, Australia, by the Rev R, Hayward, assisted by the Rev H.H. P. Hardfield, John William Henry, second son of the late J. Bernard L’Oste, Esq., of Louth, Lincolnshire, to Sarah Ismay, eldest daughter if John Cooke Esq., of St Brelade’s bay, Jersey

The Evening Chronicle

Feb 24 2009

Birtley are taking a team of boxers over to Ireland at the weekend to take on St Ibarrs, which is the home of Billy Welsh, the Irish national coach. The squad is: John Ruddick, Pat McCormack, Roy Morrison, Tom Whitfield, Liam Watson, Dave Hardcastle, Tejan Massally, Rob Ismay, plus guests Danny Oldham (North Benwell), Henry Ward (Darlington) and Lewis Garnett (Shildon)

The Hampshire Advertiser

Saturday, October 11, 1862

Marriages

On the 7th instant, the Rev H. T. Craig, curate of Trinity Church, dover, to Janie, eldest daughter of T. Ismay, Esq ., of Bensham House, Surrey

Wednesday, September 06, 1893

Births

Ismay – On the 30th August, at Christleton Rectory, Chester, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter

The Hull Packet and East Riding Times 

Friday, October 6, 1865

September 27, at Newcastle, William, fourth son of G Newstead, Esq., surgeon, Bubwith, near Selby, Yorkshire to Elizabeth second daughter of Thomas Ismay, Esq., of Whickham, Durham

The Lancaster Gazette, and General Advertiser for Lancashire, Westmorland, Yorkshire, &c. 

Saturday, March 04, 1865

Marriages

Kirkby Ireleth

On the 27th ult., at the Parish Church. Mr. W. Benjamin, Broughton, to Miss E Ismay, Beckstones, Kirkby Ireleth

The Leeds Mercury

Monday, October 2, 1865

Newstead – Ismay. - 27th Sept at Jesmond Church Newcastle, William fourth son of G Newstead, Esq., surgeon, Bubwith, near Selby, Yorkshire to Elizabeth second daughter of Thomas Ismay, Esq., of Whickham, Durham

Saturday, October 7, 1865

Newstead – Ismay. - 27th Sept at Jesmond Church Newcastle, William fourth son of G Newstead, Esq., surgeon, Bubwith, near Selby, Yorkshire to Elizabeth second daughter of Thomas Ismay, Esq., of Whickham, Durham

The Liverpool Mercury

Wednesday, July 13, 1864

Births

Ismay – July 9, at Enfield House, Great Crosby, wife of T.H. Ismay, of a son

Saturday, May 5, 1866

Deaths

Ismay – May 3, at Marine Crescent, Waterloo, in his 2nd year Henry Sealby, youngest son.of Thomas Henry Ismay

Tuesday, May 8, 1866

Deaths
Ismay – May 3, at Marine Crescent, Waterloo, in his 2nd year Henry Sealby, youngest son.of Thomas Henry Ismay

Thursday, April 8, 1869

Deaths
Wiglesworth – April 4, at Hamstreet, Kent, Mary wife of Henry Wiglesworth, Esq., M.B. and youngest daughter of the late John Ismay, Esq., of Guildford Lawn

Thursday, January 5, 1871

Deaths
Ismay – Jan 4, at 126 Falkner Street, the residence of her grandfather, in her 11th year, Mary eldest and dearly loved child of Thomas Henry and Margaret Ismay, Beech Lawn, Waterloo. (|Friends are requested to accept this intimation)

Tuesday, January 17, 1871

Marriages
Ismay – Fraser: - Jan 11, at Wesleyan Chapel, Holyhead, by the Rev’d R. Morrell, Mr John Ismay, of Wigton, Cumberland, to Sarah Elizabeth eldest daughter of Mr. B.B. Fraser of Holyhead, North Wales

Tuesday, April 6, 1875

Births
Ismay – April 5, at 30, Hughes Avenue, West Derby road, Mrs Thomas Ismay, of a daughter

Thursday, December 16, 1875

Deaths
Ismay – December 13, at 30, Hughes Avenue, West Derby road, aged 8 months, Isabella, youngest daughter of Thomas Ismay.

Monday, October 31, 1881

Marriages
ISMAY – KEBBEL. October 27, at Christ Church, Lee, Kent, by the Rev W. Ostle, chaplain at St Bartholomew Hospital assisted by Rev W.F. Sims, Vicar, John Sealby Ismay, youngest son of the late Joseph Ismay, of Maryport, Cumberland, to Marianna youngest daughter of the late Henry Kebbel of Clayton House, Elthem and Lee terrace, Blackheath

Saturday, October 3, 1891

Deaths
Ismay – Oct 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire, suddenly aged 6 months Henry Bruce, son of J. Bruce and Florence Ismay

Saturday April 13 1895

Birth

ISMAY. April 12th at Caldy Manor, West Kirby, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter

Saturday, November 25, 1899

Deaths
Ismay – November 23, at his residence, Dawpool, Birkenhead, in his 63rd year Thomas Henry Ismay. Funeral will take place at Thurstaston Church on Monday 27th inst at 2 p.m. No flowers by special request

Thursday, June 7, 1900

Births
Ismay – June 5, at Sandheys, Mosseley Hill, the wife of J. Bruce Ismay, of a daughter (stillborn)

The London Gazette

Gazette Issue 11624 published on the 19 December 1775

THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against William Prentice, of the Borough of Southwark in the County of Surry, Cheesemonger, intend to meet on the 24th Day of January next, at Five o'clock in the Afternoon at Guildhall, London, in order to proceed to the Choice of one or more Person or Persons to be an Assignee or Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate and Effects, in the Room of Isaac Ismay, deceased, and John Brutnfield, removed; when and where the Creditors, who have hot already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, and, with - those who have proved their Debts, vote in the Choice of an Assignee or Assignees accordingly, pursuant to the Lord Chancellor's Order ia that Matter.

Gazette Issue 11638 published on the 6 February 1776

THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against William Prentice, of the Borough of Southwark in the County of Surry, Cheesemonger, intend to meet on the ad Day of March next, at Five in the Afternoon, at Guildhall, London, in order to chuse a new Assignee or Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate and Effects, in the Room of Isaac Ismay, deceased, and John Brumfield, removed, pursuant to the Lord Chancellor's Order in that Matter; when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, and chuse an Assignee or Assignees accordingly.

Gazette Issue 11889 published on the 4 July 1778

Prisoners in.the Goal at CARLISLE in and for the County of Cumberland.

Second Notice.

John Ismay, formerly of the Inner Temple London, late of Wigton in ihe County of Cumberland, Gentleman,

Gazette Issue 11890 published on the 7 July 1778

Prisoner in the Goal at CARLISLE in and for the County of Cumberland.

Third Notice.

John Ismay, formerly of the Inner Temple London, late of Wigton in the County of Cumberland, Gentleman

Gazette Issue 12387 published on the 9 November 1782

THE Partnership between Thomas Ismay and John Reed-Hop-merchants, in the Borough of Southwark, being  this Day dissolved by mutual Consent, all Persons' having  Demands on the said Co-partnership are desired to apply to the said Thomas Ismay for Payment; and all Persons indebted to the said Co-partnership are requested to pay the same to Thomas Ismay. As witness our Hands, this 11th Day of November, 1782.

Tho. Ismay.

John Reed.

Gazette Issue 14012 published on the 23 May 1797

Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against Jacob Ellwood and Thomas Ismay, both now or late of Brisca in the County of Cumberland, Callico Printers, and surviving Partners of James Mitchell, trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood and Company, and they being declared Bankrupts are hereby required to surrender themselves to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major Part of them, on the 13th and 14th Days of June next, and on the Sth Day of July following, at Ten o'Clock in this Forenoon on each Day, at the George Hardefty's, Innkeeper, in the City of Carlisle, in the County of Cumberland aforesaid, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of their Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuse Assignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupts are required to finish their Examination, and the Creditors are .to assent to or dissent from the Allowance of their Certificate. All Persons indebted to the said Bankrupts, or that have any of their Effects, are not" to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Commissioners (hall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. Mounscy,

Attorney, in Carlisle, or to Mr. Henry Mounfey, No. 10, Gray's-Inn-Square, London. .

Gazette Issue 14021 published on the 20 June 1797

THE Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued. forth against Jacob Ellwood and Thomas Ismay, both now or late of Brisco, in the County, of Cumberland, Callico-Printers, and. Surviving Partners of James Mitchell, trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood and Company, are desired .to meet the Assignees of the said Bankrupts' Estate and Effect's on the 15th Day of July next, at Five O'clock in the Afternoon, at the House of George Hardesty, Innkeeper, in the City of Carlisle, to assent to or dissent from the said Assignees commencing, prosecuting or defending any Suit, or Suits at Law or in Equity concerning the said Bankrupts Estate and Effects; and also to the compounding, submitting to Arbitration, or otherwise agreeing, any Matter, or Thing relating thereto ; and on other special Affairs.

Gazette Issue 14061 published on the 31 October 1797

Whereas the, acting Commissioners in a Commission of 'Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Jacob Ellwood, (Partner with Thomas Ismay) now or late of Brisco in the County of' Cumberland, Callico Printers, .surviving Partner of James Mitchell, trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood and Company, have certified to the Right Hon. Alexander Lord Loughborough, Lord High Chancellor of' Great Britain, that the said Jacob Ellwood hath in all things conformed himself., according to the directions of .the several Acts of Parliament .made concerning Bankrupts; This is to give Notice; that,-by virtue of an Act- passed in the Fifth Year of His late Majesty's; Reign. his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the said; Act directs, unless Cause, be shewn to the. contrary on or before ,the 25th Day of November-instant.

Gazette Issue 14083 published on the 16 January 1798

" Whereas the acting Commissioners in the Commission of 'Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Thomas Ismay, (Partner with Jacob Ellwood) late of Brisco in the County of Cumberland, Callico-Printer, .(surviving Partners of James Mitchell, trading-under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood, and Company) have certified to the Right Hon. Alexander Lord Loughborough, Lord High-Chancellor of Great Britain, that the said Thomas Ismay-hath in all Things conformed himself according-to the Directions of the several Acts of Parliament made concerning Bankrupts; This us to give Notice, that, by virtue of an Act passed in the Fifth Year of His late Majesty's Reign, his Certificate will be allowed and confirmed as the said Act directs, unless Cause be shewn to the contrary on, or before the 10th Day of February next

Gazette Issue 14094 published on the 27 February 1798.

THE Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded  and issued forth against Jacob Ellwood and Thomas Ismay, both now or late of Brisco, in the County of Cumberland, Callico-Printers, and surviving Partners of James Mitchell, trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood and Company,

intend to meet en the 3d of April next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the House of George Hardesty, in the City of Carlisle, in the County of Cumberland aforesaid, in order to make a Dividend of the Estate and Effects of the laid Bankrupt; when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be disallowed.

Gazette Issue 15107 published on the 12 February 1799

TH E Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Jacob Ellwood and Thomas Ismay, both now or late of Brisco, in the County of Cumberland, Callico-Printers, (and surviving Partners of James Mitchell, trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood, and Company,) intend to meet on Wednesday the 10th Day of March next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon at the House of George Hardesty, at the City of Carlisle, in the said County of Cumberland, in order to make a Further Dividend of the joint Estate and Effects of the said .'Bankrupts ; and also a Dividend of the separate Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt Thomas Ismay ; when and where the Creditors, who have not already proved their Debts, are respectively to come prepared to prove the same, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividends. And all Claims not then proved will be disallowed.

Gazette Issue 15259 published on the 20 May 1800

TH E Commissioners in a Commission of Bankrupt awarded and issued forth against Jacob' Ellwood and Thomas Ismay, both now or late of Briscoe, in the County of Cumberland, Callico- Printers, (and surviving Partners of James -Mitchell,\ trading under the Firm of Mitchell, Ellwood, and Company,) intend to meet on Thursday the 26th Day of June next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the House of George Hardesty, at the City of Carlisle, in the said County of Cumberland, in order to make a Final Dividend of the Joint Estate and Effects "of the said Bankrupts; when and where the Creditors, Who have not already proved their Debts, are to come prepared to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend. And all Claims not then proved will be disallowed.

Gazette Issue 18595 published on the 21 July 1829

48, Castle-Street, St. Saviour's, Southwark,

July 16, 1829.

We hereby agree by mutual consent to dissolve the firm of Ismay and Longsdon, Skinners.

Joseph Ismay.

David Longsdon.

Gazette Issue 18901 published on the 7 February 1832

IT is hereby mutually and separately agreed, that the Partnership subsisting between Henry Smethurst and Edward Ismay, of No. 42, George-Street, Blackfriars-Road, London, Hat-Manufacturers, be dissolved: As witness our hands.

Hy. Smethurst Jun.

Edwd. Ismay.

Gazette Issue 19691 published on the 1 January 1839

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Copartnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, William Borradaile, George Borradaile, and Joseph Ismay,.in carrying on the business of Wholesale Furriers, at Bridge-road, Southwark, in the county of Surrey, was this day dissolved by mutual consent: As witness our bands this 20th day of December 1838.

William Borradaile.

George Borradaile.

Joseph Ismay.

Gazette Issue 19717 published on the 19 March 1839

NOTICE is hereby given, that John Tamsett, of Dover, in the county of Kent, Carpenter, hath by indenture of assignment, bearing date the 14th day of March instant, assigned all his personal estate and effects whatsoever (including therein the surplus moneys to arise from the sale of his freehold estates now in mortgage) unto William Spicer Colyer, Builder, and Thomas Ismay the younger, Ironmonger, both of Dover aforesaid, in trust, for the equal benefit of the creditors of the said John Tamsett, who shall execute the same indenture ; and which said indenture was executed by the said .John Tamsett on the day of the date thereof, in the presence of, and attested by, George William Ledger, of Dover aforesaid, Attorney at Law, and William Minter Bushell, of the same place, Auctioneer, and by the laid William Spicer Colyer and Thomas Ismay on this present 15th day of March, in the presence of the said George William Ledger and James Jeffries, of Dover aforesaid, his Clerk ; and notice is hereby further given, that the said indenture of assignment now lies at the office of Messrs. Shipdem and Ledger, in Town-wall-street, Dover aforesaid, for perusal and execution by the creditors of the said John Tamsett; and all creditors of the said John Tamsett who shall not come in and execute the said indenture, within the space of three calendar months from the date thereof, will be excluded all benefit to arise therefrom ; and all persons indebted to his estate are  requested immediately to pay the amount of their accounts to the said Messrs. Shipdem and Ledger.—Dover, March 15, 183

Gazette Issue 20029 published on the 19 October 1841

NOTICE is hereby given, that Mary Howland, of Dover, in the- county. of '-Kent, -Widow of -Stephen Howland, late of Dover aforesaid, Builder, deceased, hath by an indenture, dated the 2d clay of October 1841, conveyed and assigned all her real and personal estate and effects unto William Spicer Colyer, Builder, Joseph Walker the younger, Builder, Thomas Ismay the younger, Ironmonger, and William Huntly, Surveyor, all of Dover aforesaid, upon trust, for the benefit of ail the creditors of the said Mary Howland who shall execute the said indenture ; that the said indenture was executed by the said Mary Howland and all the said trustees on the said 2nd day of October, and was witnessed as to the execution of the said Mary Howland by George William Ledger, of Town-wall-street, in Dover aforesaid, Attorney at Law, and Alexander Osborn Hendrey, his Clerk ; and as to the execution of the said William Spicer Colyer, Joseph Walker the younger, Thomas Ismay the younger, and William Huntly, by Edward Knocker, of Castle-hill, in Dover aforesaid. Solicitor, and Edward Part, his Clerk. — The deed .may be executed by the creditors of the said Mary Howland, at the office of Mr. Knocker ; .and all persons indebted to the said Mary Howland are requested to forthwith pay their debts at the bank of Messrs. J. M. Fector and Co. at Dover, to the credit of the said trustees.

Gazette Issue 20809 published on the 24 December 1847

 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

NOTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture of assignment, bearing date the 21st day of December instant, Thomas William Hudson, of the borough of Dover, in the county of Kent, Innkeeper, assigned all his household furniture, stock in trade, book debts, and all other his personal estate and effects whatsoever unto Thomas Ismay, of Dover aforesaid, Ironmonger, and Stephen Court, of the same place, Wine Merchant, upon trust, for the general benefit of the creditors of the said Thomas William Hudson; and that the said indenture was executed by the said Thomas William Hudson, Thomas Ismay, and Stephen Court on the said 21st day of December, in the presence of, and attested by, William Henry Payn, Solicitor, Custom-house-quay, Dover, and John Watts, his Clerk; and notice is hereby further given, that the said indenture of assignment is now lying at the office of the said William Henry Payn for execution by such creditors of the said Thomas William, Hudson as may be desirous of executing the same : and all, those creditors who neglect or object to join in and execute such deed, within one month from the date hereof, will be excluded from all benefit and advantage to be derived therefrom

Dated this 21st day of December 1847.

Gazette Issue 21189 published on the 7 March 1851

WHEREAS a Petition of Thomas Ismay, late of Annetwell-street, in the parish of Saint Mary, Carlisle, in the county of Cumberland, Beer-house Keeper and Block Cutter, and now of the Willow Holme, in the parish of Saint Mary, Carlisle aforesaid, Innkeeper and Block Cutter, an insolvent debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Cumberland, at Carlisle, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Thomas Ismay, under the provisions of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said Thomas Ismay is hereby required to appear before the said Court, on the 25th day of March instant, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes; and the choice of the creditors' assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said Thomas Ismay, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. Richard Shaw, Clerk of the said Court, at his office, the Official Assignee of the estate and effects of the said insolvent

Gazette Issue 21209 published on the 13 May 1851

NOTICE is hereby given, that the County Court of Cumberland, at Carlisle, acting in the matter of this Petition, will proceed to make a Final Order thereon, at the said Court, on the 27th day of May instant, at nine o'clock in the forenoon precisely, unless cause be then and there shewn to the contrary.'

In the Matter of the Petition of Thomas Ismay, late of Annetwell-street, in the parish of Saint Mary, Carlisle, in the county of Cumberland, Beer-house Keeper and Block Cutter, and now of the Willow Holme, in the parish of Saint Mary aforesaid, Innkeeper and Block Cutter.

Gazette Issue 21232 published on the 1 August 1851

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting and carried on between us the undersigned, James Crook, of Northowram, in the parish of Halifax, in the county of York, arid Joseph Ismay of Southowram, in the same parish, as Brickmakers, at New Bank Top, in Northowram aforesaid, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent; and that all debts due to and owing by the said copartnership will be received and paid by the said Joseph Ismay, by whom the said business will in future be carried on.—Dated this 28th day of July 1851.

James Crook.

Joseph Ismay.

Gazette Issue 21728 published on the 13 June 1855

30th May 1855

48TH REGIMENT OF FOOT.

3211 Private Joseph Ismay, slightly

Gazette Issue 22007 published on the 2 June 1857.

NOTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture, bearing ill date the 6th day of May, 1857, John Fawcett, of the borough of Gateshead, in the county of Durham, Chemist and Druggist, hath conveyed and assigned all his personal estate and effects, whatsoever and wheresover, as therein mentioned, unto John Ismay, carrying on business as a Chemist and Druggist, in the town and county of Newcastle- upon-Tyne, under the style or firm of Daglish and Ismay, and George Dodds, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne aforesaid, Drug Grinder, upon the trusts therein mentioned, for the equal benefit of such of the creditors of the said John Fawcett, as shall by themselves or their respective agents, attorneys, or partners, execute the same within three calendar months from the date (hereof; which said indenture was duly executed by the said John Fawcett, and by the said John Ismay and George Dodds, respectively, on the day of the date thereof, in the presence of, and is witnessed by, John Scaife, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne aforesaid, Attorney- at-Law. Notice is therefore further given, that, the paid indenture lies at the office of the said John Scaife, Solicitor, Royal Arcade, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for such execution by the creditors of the said John Fawcett.—30th May, 1857.

Gazette Issue 22088 published on the 29 January 1858

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Mary Daglish and John Ismay, under the name or firm of Daglish and Ismay, as Chemists, Druggists, and Drysalters, in the town and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, was, on the 1st day of April last dissolved by mutual consent; and that all debts owing to and by the said late partnership will be received and paid by the said John Ismay, by whom the said business will in future he carried on in his own name and for his individual account.—Dated this 16th day of January, 1858. •

Mary Daglish.

John Ismay.

Gazette Issue 22118 published on the 26 March 1858

NOTICE is hereby given that Daniel Peake, of Charlton, in Dover, in the county of Kent, Carpenter and Builder, hath, by an indenture, dated the 18th day of March, 1858, assigned all his stock in trade, and all other his personal estate and effects, whatsoever and wheresoever, to Steriktr Finnis, of Dover aforesaid, Timber Merchant, and Thomas Ismay, of the same place, Ironmonger, upon trust, for all the creditors of tbe said Daniel Peake, who should duly execute the said indenture; and which said indenture was executed by the said Daniel Peake, on the said 18th day of March, 1858, by the said Steriker Finnis, on the 20th day of the same month, and by the said Thomas Ismay, on the 22nd day of the same month, and the said Daniel Peake, Steriker Finnis, and Thomas Ismay all executed the said indenture in the presence of, and the execution thereof by them is duly attested by, James Stilwell, of Dover, in the said county of Kent, Solicitor. And notice is hereby further given, that the said indenture is lying at the office of Messrs. Bass and Stilwell, of Dover aforesaid. Solicitors, for signature by the creditors.—Dated this 23rd day of March, 1858.

Gazette Issue 22241 published on the 22 March 1859

NOTICE is hereby given, that William Bean, of Swingfield, in the county of Kent, Carpenter, hath by an indenture, dated the 3rd day of March, 1859, granted and assigned all bis freehold messuages and hereditaments, and all his stock in trade, household furniture, and all other his Personal estate and effects, whatsoever and wheresoever, to Steriker Finnis, of the .Elms, near Dover, in the said county of Kent, Esquire, and Thomas Ismay, of Dover aforesaid, Ironmonger, their heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, upon trust for all the creditors of the said William Bean who should duly execute the said indenture, which said indenture was executed by the said William Bean and Steriker Finnis on the said 3rd day of March, 1859, and by the said Thomas Ismay oa the 14th day of the same mouth, and the said William Bean, Steriker Finnis, and Thomas Ismay, all executed the said indenture in the presence of, and the execution thereof by them is duly attested by, James Stilwell, of Dover aforesaid, Solicitor. And notice is hereby further given, that the said indenture is lying at the office of Messrs. Bass and Stilwell, of Dover aforesaid, Solicitors, for inspection and execution by the creditors of the said William Bean.—Dated this 15th day of March, 1859.

Gazette Issue 22279 published on the 24 June 1859

NOTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture of assignment, bearing date the 15th day of June, 1859, William Buckham, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sailmaker, carrying on business under the style of John Buckham, assigned all his personal estate and effects whatsoever unto George Wilson, of Hutton Rudby, in the county of York, Linen Manufacturer, and John Ismay, of Newcastle-upon- Tyne aforesaid, Chemist and Druggist, upon trust, for the equal benefit of all the creditors of the said William Buckham, who should execute the same within three calendar months from the date thereof; and that the said indenture was duly executed by the said William Buckham, George Wilson, and John Ismay, respectively, in the presence of, and their respective executions are attested by, William Johnston, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne aforesaid, Solicitor, on the said 15th day of June, 1859; and that the said indenture is now lying at the office of the said William Johnston, No. 36, Mosley-street, in Newcastle aforesaid, for execution by the creditors of the said William Buckham.—

Dated this 18th day of June, 1859.

Gazette Issue 22408 published on the 31 July 1860

Commission signed by the Vice-Lieutenant of the County of Northumberland.

1st Corps of Northumberland Artillery Volunteers.

John Ismay, Esq., to be Captain. Dated 24th July, 1860

Gazette Issue 22547 published on the 13 September 1861

 

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore existing between us the undersigned, at Bow and elsewhere, as Contractors, trading under the firm of Parker Ayers and Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. — September 10, 1861.

P, Ayers.

Thos. Ismay.

Gazette Issue 22614 published on the 4 April 1862

N~ OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Philip Nelson the elder and Thomas Henry Ismay, as Ship and Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents, at Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, under the style or firm of Nelson, Ismay, and Company, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; and that all debts due to and owin# by the said firm will be received and paid by the said Thomas Henry Ismay, by whom the business will in future be carried on.—Dated this 1st day of April. 1862

Philip Nelson, sen.

Thomas Henry Ismay.

Gazette Issue 22633 published on the 10 June 1862

NOTICE is hereby given, that by indenture bearing date of the 28th day of May, 1862, Ralph Hutchinson, of Wallsend, in the county of Northumberland, Blacksmith and Provision Dealer, has assigned all and singular his personal estate and effects unto William Robson Lunn, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grocer, Robert William Cousins, of South Shields, in the county of Durham, Enginewright, and John Ismay, of Newcastle - upon – Tyne aforesaid, Druggist, upon trust for the equal benefit of all the creditors of the said Ralph Hutchinson, who shall execute the said indenture within three calendar months from the date thereof, and that the said indenture was duly executed by the said Ralph Hutchinson, William Robson Lunn, and Robert William Cousins respectively, on the 28th day of May, 1862, and by the said John Ismay, on the 29th day of May, 1862, in the presence of and their respective executions are attested by William Johnston, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne aforesaid, Solicitor, and that .the said indenture of assignment now lies at the office of the said William Johnston, jn Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for execution by the creditors of the said Ralph Hutchinson.—Dated this 5;h day of June, 1862.

Gazette Issue 22653 published on the 15 August 1862

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the book kept by the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit, of Creditors, Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees. 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198;—

Number—2213.

Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition, or Inspectorship—Conveyance.

Date of Deed— 18th July, 1862.

Date of execution by Debtor—18th July, 1862.

Name and description of the Debtor, as in the Deed— John Brann Robbius, of Buckland, near Dover, in the county of Kent, Blacksmith.

The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the Creditors— Thomas Ismay, of Dover, Ironmonger, Trustee, on behalf and with the assent of the creditors of the said John Brann Robbins.

A short statement of the A short statement of the nature of the Deed—Conveyance of the estate and effects of said John Brann Robbins to the said Thomas Ismay to be applied for benefit of creditors, •with proviso that the trustee may carry on the business for such period as he may deem advisable, and employ such portion of the trust property therein, and engage agents and assistants in the management of the business, and paying the proceeds to the creditors as to him may seem advisable; also that any questions, doubts, and difficulties may be referred to arbitration.

When left for Registration—13th August, 1862, at half-past 12 o'clock, afternoon.

WM. HY. WHITEHEAD, Chief Registrar.

Gazette Issue 22800 published on the 25 December 1863

N' OTICE is hereby given, that the following is a cop; of- an entry made in the book kept by the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors 'Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees. 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198:—

Number—6352.

Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition, or Inspectorship—Assignment.

Date of Deed—28th November, 1863.

Date of execution by Debtor— 28th November, 1863.

Name and description of the Debtor, as in the Deed-

James Stainthorpe, of High-street, Gateshead, Durham, Chemist and Druggist, of the first part.

The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parries to the Deed, not including the Creditors- William Stainthorpe, of Hexham, Northumberland, Auctioneer, and John Ismay, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Wholesale Chemist and Druggist, trustees for themselves and the rest of the creditors of the said James Stainthorpe of the second part; and the creditors of the said James Stainthorpe of the third part. A short statement of the nature of the Deed—Assignment by the said debtor to the said trustees of all his personal estate and effects for the equal benefit of the creditors of the said debtor.

When left for Registration—23rd December, 1863, at half-past one o'clock.

RICHARD BETHELL, Registrar.

Gazette Issue 22924 published on the 27 December 1864

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the hook kept by the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors, Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees. 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198:—

Number—10,345.

Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition, or Inspectorship—Conveyance.

Date of Deed—29th November, 1864.

Date of execution by Debtor—29th November, 1864.

Name and description of the Debtor, as in the Deed-

James Elliott, of No. 107, Pilgrim-street, in the borough of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Chemist and Druggist. The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the Creditors- John Ismay, of the Groat Market, in the same borough, Wholesale Chemist, and John Terens Coltman, of Tyne-street, in the same borough, Provision Dealer

(trustees).

A short statement of the nature of the Deed—Conveyance hy the debtor of all his estate and effects to the trustees, absolutely, to be applied and administered for the benefit of his creditors, as in bankruptcy.

When left for Registration—23rd December, 1864, at one o'clock.

THE SEAL OF THE COURT.

Gazette Issue 22967 published on the 9 May 1865

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the book kept by the Chief Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors, Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees. 187, 192, 194,196, and 198 :—

Number—12,501.

Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition, or Inspectorship—Arrangement.

Date of Deed— 10th April, 1865.

Date of execution by Debtors—10th April, 1865.

Names and descriptions of the Debtors, as in the Deed — Thomas Ismay and Samuel Richard Smyth, of Dover, in the county of Kent, Ironmongers' and Engineers.

The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the Creditors-

All the creditors of the debtors.

A short statement of the nature of the Deed—A Deed, whereby the said debtors covenant to pay to their creditors in full, by means of bills of exchange, of the sums of money respectively due to them, as follows: at three months for 4s. in the pound, at seven months for 2s. in the pound, at ten mouths for 3s. in the pound, at thirteen months for 3s. in the pound, at seventeen months for 2s. 6d. in the pound, at twenty two months at 2s. 6d. in the pound, and at twenty five months at 3s. in the pound.

When left for Registration—6th May, 1865, at twelve o'clock.

THE SEAL OF THE COURT

Gazette Issue 23130 published on the 26 June 1866

 

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Thomas Ismay and Samuel Richard Smyth (the business of which was carried on at the Phoenix Iron Works, Snargate-street, and in King-street, both in Dover, in the county of Kent), trading under the style or firm of Ismay, Smyth, and Company, as Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, and Ironmongers and Smiths, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, and that all debts due to the partnership will be received by the said Thomas Ismay.—Dated this-23rd day of May, 1866.

Thos. Ismay.

Samuel Richard Smyth

Gazette Issue 23133 published on the 3 July 1866

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the book kept by the Chie Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors, Composition and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees. 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198 :—

Number—18,148.

Title of Deed, whether Deed of Assignment, Composition or Inspectorship—Composition.

Date of Deed—22nd May, 1866.

Date of execution by Debtors—9th June, 1866.

Names and descriptions of the Debtors, as in the Deed—

Thomas Ismay and Samuel Richard Smyth, both of Dover, in the county of Kent, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders and Ironmongers and Smiths, trading in copartnership under the style'or firm of Ismay, Smyth, and Co.

The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the creditors—

Joseph Hart, of No. 57, Moorgate-street, in the city of London, Public Accountant, Steriker Finnis, of Elms, near Dover aforesaid, Esq., James Stilwell, Gentleman, Thomas Robinson. Auctioneer, George Reynolds Killick and Thomas Erridge Back, Drapers, George Flashman, Upholsterer, Christopher Kilvinton Worsfold and Henry Hayward. Estate Agents, Richard Dickeson, Grocer, George. Thomas Parks, Builder, Alfred Kingsford, Brewer, William Polling Mummery, Tailor, John Birmingham, Hotel Keeper, William Crundall, Timber Merchant. Thomas Macleod, Draper, Percy Simpson 'Court, Wine Merchant, Samuel Metcalfe Latham, Merchant, and Elizabeth Ann Divers, Hotel Keeper, all of Dover' aforesaid, and Andrew Johnston, of No. 83, Upper Thames-street, in the said city of London (guarantors), of the second part; Edward Hart, of No. 57, Moorgate-street aforesaid, Public Accountant (trustee), of the third part; and the joint creditors, of the fourth part.

A short statement of the nature of the Deed—Whereby the debtors covenant to pay a composition of 9s. in the pound on the amount of their debts, by 5 instalments, of 2s., 3s, 2s., Is. 6d., and Is. 6d. respectively, at the expiration of 14 days, 6 weeks, and 4 months, from the registration of the deed; and on the 1st of February, 1867, and the 1st of June, 1867, respectively, the first instalment to be paid to the trustee, on behalf of the creditors, in cash, the remaining instalments to be secured by the joint promissory notes of the debtors to the creditors, to be delivered at the same time, to the trustee, on behalf of the creditors, and the two last instalments being further secured to the extent of £1900 by the coven ant of the guarantors; and whereby the creditors release the debtors from their debts. When left for Registration—3rd July, 1866, at two o'clock.

THE SEAL OF THE COURT

Gazette Issue 23282 published on the 26 July 1867

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following is a copy of an entry made in the book kept by the. Chief Registrar .of the-Court of Bankruptcy for the Registration of Trust Deeds for the benefit of Creditors, Composition, and Inspectorship Deeds executed by a Debtor, as required by the Bankruptcy Act, 1861, sees: 187, 192, 194, 196, and 198

Number—25,570

Title of Deed; whether Deed of Assignment, • Composition or Inspectorship-- Assignment.

Date of Deed—18th July, 1867

Date of execution by Debtor— 18th July, 1867.

Name and description of the Debtor, as in;the Deed—

James Pape the younger of Marlborough-street, in the borough and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Chemist and Druggist

The names and descriptions of the Trustees or other parties to the Deed, not including the Creditors-

John Ismay, of the Groat Market, Newcastle-upon- Tyne aforesaid, Wholesale Druggist (trustee)...

A short statement of the nature of the Deed—Conveyance by the debtor to the trustee of all his estate and effects, to be administered for the benefit of the debtor's creditors, as in bankruptcy; and a release from the creditors to the debtor

When left for Registration—25th July, 1867, -at half-past three o'clock:

THE SEAL OF THE COURT!

Gazette Issue 23309 published on the 11 October 1867.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northumberland, find the Town and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

1st Newcastle-upon-Tyne Rifte Volunteer Corps.

John Ismay to be Major, vice Redmayne, resigned.

Dated 2nd August, 1867

Gazette Issue 23385 published on the 29 May 1868

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northumberland, find the Town and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

1st Newcastle-upon-Tyne Rifte Volunteer Corps.

John George Vipona Ismay to be Lieutenant, vice Gresham, resigned. Dated 9th May, 1868.

Gazette Issue 23393 published on the 26 June 1868

Name.                    Regiment                               Rank.     Amount. £ s d,

Joseph Ismay       48th Regiment     Private                   0 19 6

Gazette Issue 23643 published on the 12 August 1870

MR. WILLIAM JAMES BEAD EL has been appointed by the Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Malins to sell by auction, at the Mart. Tokenhouse-yard. in the city of London, on Thursday, the 13th day of October, 1870, at one o'clock in the afternoon precisely in nine hrs, pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery made in the cause of Lewin v. Lewin : —

The following freehold estates in the county of Kent; namely:—

Yew Tree Farm, in the parish and within one mile of Wrotham, including a messuage divided into three tenements, outbuildings, and 54A. 2R. 17P- of land. Occupiers, Messrs. Ismay.

Gazette Issue 23658 published on the 16 September 1870

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northumberland, find the Town and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

1st Newcastle-upon-Tyne Rifte Volunteer Corps.

Llewellyn Henry to be Lieutenant, vice Ismay, resigned. Dated 6th September, 1870.

Gazette Issue 24340 published on the 27 June 1876

NOTICE is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at the office of Mr. Thomas Durant, No. 5, Guildhall-chambers, Basinghall-street, in the city of London, on the 5th day of July, 1876, at two o'clock in the afternoon precisely.— Dated this 7th day of June, 1876.

THOS. DURANT, Solicitor for the said Henry Nelson Capel.

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

In the County Court of Kent, holden at Rochester. In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Ismay, of Union-street, Rochester, in the county of Kent, Farmer.

Gazette Issue 24379 published on the 7 November 1876.

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

In the County Court of Kent, holden at Rochester, la the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Ismay, of Union-street, Rochester, in the county of Kent, Farmer.

The creditors of the above-named William Ismay who have not already proved their debts, are required, on or before the 16th day of November, 1876, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to me. the undersigned, John Levy, of Rochester, Kent, Merchant, the Trustee under the liquidation, or in default thereof they, will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend proposed to be declared.—Dated this 1st day of November, 1876.

JOHN LEVY, Trustee.

Gazette Issue 24400 published on the 2 January 1877.

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.

In the County Court of Kent, holden at Rochester. A DIVIDEND of 20s. in the pound has been declared in the matter of proceedings for liquidation by arrangement or composition with creditors, instituted by William Ismay, of Union-street, Rochester, in the county of Kent Farmer, and will be paid by me at the office of Mr. George Winch, Solicitor, New-road, Chatham, on and after the 29th day of December, 1876, between the hours of eleven and two.—Dated this 23rd day of December, 1876.

J. LEVY, Trustee.

Gazette Issue 24589 published on the 4 June 1878

Liverpool Brigade.

Thomas Henry Ismay, Esq., to be Honorary Lieutenant. Dated 3rd June, 1878.

Gazette Issue 25040 published on the 22 November 1881

To empower the Company and the Great Western Railway Company, or either of them, with the consent of the other, to make and maintain the railways hereinafter described in connection with and as part of their Birkenhead Railway, with all proper stations, sidings, approaches, works, and conveniences connected therewith, and to execute the other works and exercise the powers and acquire the lands hereinafter respectively described or referred to (that is to say):—

Three railways, to be called the West Kirby Extensions—

Railway No. 1, commencing in the township of Great Neston, in the parish of Neston, in the county of Chester, by a junction with the Hooton and Parkgate Railway of the said Companies at a point thereon 150 yards, or thereabouts, measured along that railway north-westward from the bridge carrying the public road from Neston to Moorside over that railway, and terminating in the township of Thurstaston, in the parish of Thurstaston, in the same county, in a field belonging, or reputed to belong, to Thomas Henry Ismay, Esquire, and in the occupation of Charles Johnson, adjoining the River Dee, and adjoining and on the south side of the watercourse dividing the townships of Caldy and Thurstaston, at a point in that field 390 yards, or thereabouts, south-east of the said watercourse, . and 315 yards, or thereabouts, southwards of the gate of the occupation road into that field, and which field is numbered 1 on the Tithe Commutation Map of that part of the parish of Thurstaston comprising the township of Thurstaston, with parts of Irby and Greasby townships, which said intended Railway No. 1 will pass from, in, through, or into the following parishes, townships, and places, or some of them, viz., Neston, Great Neston, Leighton, Gayton, Heswall, Heswall-cum-Oldfield, and Thurstaston, all in tho county of Chester

Gazette Issue 25090 published on the 31 March 1882

THOMAS ISMAY, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Act 22 and 23 Vict, cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE is hereby giver, that all creditors and persons having any claims or demands against the estate of Thomas Ismay, late of Dover, in the county of Kent, Ironmonger, deceased (who died on the 6th day of July, 1881, and whose will was proved on the 20th day of August, 188I, in the District Registry at Canterbury by Christopher Kilvinton Worsfold and Henry Hayward, of Dover, Estate Agents, the executors therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars of such claims or demands to the executors, at their office in Market-square, Dover, on or before the 1st day of May, 1882. after which day the executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice.—Dated this 25th day of March, 18)2.

JAMES SlILWELL, Dover, Solicitor for the Executors.

Gazette Issue 25101 published on the 28 April 1882

GEORGE RAE, Deceased.

Pursuant to an Act of Parliament made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE in hereby given, that all persons having any claims or demands against the estate of George Rae, late of Bedford-street, in the city of Liverpool, deceased (who died on the 1st day of June, 1881, and whose will was proved in the Liverpool District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice on the 25th day of August, 1831 by Thomas Henry Ismay, of the. city of Liverpool, and Charlotte Rae, of 164, Bedford-street, in the said city), are hereby required, on or before the 31st day of May next, to send particulars, in writing, of their respective claims against the said estate to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said executors, after which date the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said George Rae amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice.—Dated this. 20th day of April, 1882.

THOMPS9N and SH AT WELL, {17, Sweeting, street, Liverpool.

Gazette Issue 25570 published on the 19 March 1886

JAMES HAINSWORTH, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Victoria, cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and others having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of James Hainsworth, Esq., late of Anglesea House, Phillimore-gardens, Kensington, in the county of Middlesex (who died on the 30th day of September,. 1835, at Anglesea House aforesaid, and whose will, together with a codicil thereto, was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 11th day of February now last past, by Teresa Hainsworth, the widow, Edwin Hainsworth, and Thomas Henry Ismay, the executors therein named), are hereby required to send in particulars of their debts, claims, or demands to us the undersigned, Solicitors for the said executors, on or before the 30th day of April next, after which day [the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shall have then had notice; and that the said executors will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons of whose debts, claims, or demands they shall not then have had notice.

—Dated this 15th day of March, 1886.

PARKER, GARRETT, and PARKER, St. Michael's

Rectory, Cornhill, E.G., Solicitors for the said

Executors.

Gazette Issue 25993 published on the 15 November 1889

THE names of those who were nominated for Sheriffs in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on the Morrow of Saint Martin, in the fifty-third year of the reign of Queen Victoria, and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine : —

Cheshire

Thomas Henry Ismay, of Dawpool, Birkenhead, Esq.

Gazette Issue 26106 published on the 14 November 1890

THE names of those who were nominated for Sheriffs in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on the Morrow of Saint Martin, in the fifty-third year of the reign of Queen Victoria, and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety : —

Cheshire

Thomas Henry Ismay, of Dawpool, Birkenhead, Esq.

Gazette Issue 26155 published on the 24 April 1891

Whitehall, April 23, 1891.

THE Queen has been pleased to issue a Commission under Her Majesty's Royal Sign Manual to the following effect:—

Our trusty and well-beloved Thomas Henry Ismay, Esquire;

{plus others}

Whereas we have deemed it expedient that a Commission should forthwith issue to enquire into the questions affecting the relations between employer and employed ; the combinations of employers and of employed ; and the conditions of labour, which have been raised during the recent trade disputes in the United 'Kingdom; and to report whether legislation can with advantage be directed to the remedy of any evils that may be disclosed, and, if so, in what manner Now know ye, that We, reposing great trust

Gazette Issue 26223 published on the 13 November 1891

THE names of those who were nominated for Sheriffs in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on the Morrow of Saint Martin, in the fifty-third year of the reign of Queen Victoria, and in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety one: —

Cheshire

Thomas Henry Ismay, of Dawpool, Birkenhead, Esq.

Gazette Issue 26243 published on the 8 January 1892

N'OTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Thomas Henry Ismay, William Imrie, William Samuel Graves, Joseph Bruce Ismay, and James Hainsworth Ismay, carrying on business as Merchants, Shipowners, and Shipbrokers, at 10, Water-street, Liverpool, and 34, Leadenhall-street, London, under the style or firm of Ismay, Imrie, and Co., has been dissolved as regards Thomas Henry Ismay, who retires there from as and from the 31st day of December, 1891. Ail debts due to and owing by the said firm will be received and paid by the said William Imrie, William Samuel Graves, Joseph Bruce Ismay, and .James Hainsworth Ismay, who will continue to carry on the said business under the same style' as heretofore. — Dated 2nd day of January, 1892.

THOS. H. ISMAY. J. BEUCE ISMAY.

WILLIAM IMRIE. JAMES H. TSMAY.

WM. S. GRAVES.

Gazette Issue 26257 published on the 12 February 1892

SUSANNA .WHITRIDGE HEWLETT, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35 intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees.”

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any debts, claims, or demands .against the estate of Susanna Whitridge Hewlett, of 4, .Bassett-road, North Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, Spinster (who died on the 20th of November 1891, at Bolingbroke House, Wandsworth, in the county; Surrey, and whose will was proved on the 14th of January 1892, by the Reverend William Ismay, of Eckington Vicarage, Pershore, Worcestershire, Clerk in Holy Orders, and Frederick James Stebbing, of 42, Lishia-park, Stoke Newington, Middlesex, Commercial Clerk, the executors named in the will of the deceased), are hereby required to send particulars, in writing, of their debts, claims, or demands to me, the undersigned, as Solicitors for the executors, on or before the 12th day of March, 1892; and notice is hereby given, that at the expiration of that time the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said testatrix among the persons entitled thereto,- having regard only to the debts, claims, and demands 'of which they shall then have notice; and that they will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose debt, claim, or demand they shall not then have had notice.—Dated 8th February, 1£92.

Gazette Issue 26283 published on the 29 April 1892

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County Palatine of Chester.

Thomas Henry Ismay, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant.

Gazette Issue 26468 published on the 19 December 1893.

No.                                                          4792

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

Date of Filing Petition.        Dec. 15, 1893

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Date of Receiving Order     Dec. 15, 1893

No. of Receiving Order.      18

Debtor’s or Creditor’s                         Debtor

Petition

Gazette Issue 26468 published on the 19 December 1893

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Date of First Meeting                          Dec. 29, 1893

Hour                                                       12 noon

Place                                                      12, Lonsdale Street, Carlisle 

Date of Public Examination              Dec. 29, 1893

Hour                                                       11 A.M.

Place                                                      Court house Carlisle

Date of Order if any for     Dec 15, 1893

Summary Administration

Gazette Issue 26505 published on the 20 April 1894

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Last Day for receiving Proofs           May 3, 1894

Name of Trustee                  John Mason, Official Receiver

Address                                  Carlisle

Gazette Issue 26510 published on the 8 May 1894

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Amount per Pound                              11 3/6 d

First or Final or Otherwise  First and Final

When Payable                                      May 12, 1894

Where Payable                     Office of Official Receiver,                                                                               Carlisle

Gazette Issue 26513 published on the 18 May 1894

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Amount per Pound                              11 1/5 d

First or Final or Otherwise  First and Final

When Payable                                      May 22, 1894

Where Payable                     Office of Official Receiver,                                                                               Carlisle

Gazette Issue 26555 published on the 25 September 1894

WITHOUT COMPETITION.

Customs: Boatmen, George Ismay.

Gazette Issue 26730 published on the 14 April 1896

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Day Fixed for Hearing        May 1, 1896, 11:30 A.M.,                                                                                 Courthouse, Carlisle

Gazette Issue 26745 published on the 2 June 1896

Debtor's Name                     Ismay, John

Address                                  Wetheral, near Carlisle

Description                                            Seedsman and Gun Dealer

Court                                                      Carlisle

No. of Matter.                                      26 of 1893

Date of Order                                       May 1, 1896

Nature of Order made        Discharge suspended for two                                                            years

Grounds named in Order

For refusing an Absolute

Order of Discharge                              Facts named in snb-sec. 3 of sec.                                                     8 (A.), (B.), (0.), (D.), and (K.),                                                           Bankruptcy Act, 1890

Gazette Issue 26935 published on the 4 February 1898

PARIS EXHIBITION OF 1900.

Alphabetical List of Commissioners.

Ismay, Thomas Henry.

Gazette Issue 27288 published on the 22 February 1901

Camp Springfield, February 8, 1900

Sir ,

I HAVE the honour to report that on the 25th ultimo, as already reported, I decided it was desirable to withdraw my force from tl e west of Spion Kop. While they had been there, the enemy had very considerably strengthened his right, so that any attempt to advance our left would probably have been unsuccessful, while the failure to hold Spion Kop proved the strength of the enemy in front of our right.

The General Officer Commanding 4th Brigade brings to notice the names of the following Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and men :—

Durham Light Infantry :—

H Company, Sergeant Thomas, Private Ismay.

Gazette Issue 27358 published on the 24 September 1901

Re JAMES ISMAY, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute, 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of James Ismay, late of the Old .Farm, Hampton, in Arden, in the county of Warwick, Farmer, deceased (who died on the 21st day of May, 1901, and whose will was proved in the District Registry at Birmingham of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 11th day of September, 1901, by Margaret Maria Ismay, the executrix therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their claims or demands to us, the undersigned, on or before the 10th day of October, 1901, after which date the said executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice; and she will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands she shall not then have had notice.—

Dated this 19th day of September, 1901.

EDWIN JAQUES and SONS, 102, Colmore-row,

Birmingham, Solicitors for the said Executrix.

Gazette Issue 27374 published on the 9 November 1901.

India Office, November 9, 1901.

King has been graciously pleased to make the following promotion in, and appointments to the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India:—

To be Companions.

Stanley" Ismay, Esq., Indian Civil Service.

Gazette Issue 27501 published on the 5 December 1902.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, William Imrie, William Samuel Graves, Joseph Bruce Ismay, James Hainsworth Ismay, and Harold Arthur Sanderson, carrying on business as Merchants, Ship owners and Shipbrokers, at 30, James-street, Liverpool, and 34, Leadenhall Street. London, under the style or firm of ISMAY, IMRIE, AND CO. has been dissolved as regards William Imrie, William Samuel Graves, and James Hainsworth Ismay who retire there from as from the first day of December, one thousand nine hundred and two. All debts due to and owing by the said firm will be received and paid by the said Joseph Bruce Ismay and Harold Arthur Sanderson, who will continue to carry on the said business under the same style as heretofore.—Dated this third day of December, one thousand nine hundred and two.

WILLIAM IMRIE.

WM. S. GRAVES.

J. BRUCE ISMAY.

JAMES H. ISMAY.

HAROLD A- SANDERSON.

Gazette Issue 27768 published on the 24 February 1905

County Court of Northumberland, holden at Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

No. 11 of 1905.

In the Matter of a Bankruptcy Petition, filed the 14th day of February, 1905.

To HARRY NOBLE, late of Heaton Hall-road, and carrying on business at Heaton Hall-road, in the city and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Chemist.

TAKE notice, that a Bankruptcy Petition has been presented against you to this Court by Matthew Parker Ismay, of City-road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne aforesaid ; and the Court has ordered that the publication of Chronicle newspapers this notice in the London Gazette and Newcastle Chronicle newspapers shall be deemed to be service of the Petition upon you; and farther take notice, that the said Petition will be heard at this Court on the 6th day of March, 1905, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, on which day you are required to appear, and if you do not appear the Court may make a Receiving Order against you in your absence. The Petition can be inspected by you on application at this Court.—Dated this 20th day of February, 1905.

F. W. DENDY, Registrar.

W. J. S. and J. A. S. SCOTT, of 3, Hood-street,

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Solicitors for the Petitioning Creditor.

Gazette Issue 27824 published on the 4 August 1905

UNATTACHED LIST.

The under mentioned Gentlemen Cadets, from the Royal Military College, to be Second Lieutenants, with a view to their appointment to the Indian Army. Dated 5th August, 1905 :—

Hastings Lionel Ismay.

Gazette Issue 28019 published on the 7 May 1907

Second Lieutenants, from the Unattached List, to be Second Lieutenants.

Dated as below, but to rank from 5th August, 1905.

Alexander Dallas Smith. Dated Hastings Lionel Ismay. Dated 11th December, 1906.

Gazette Issue 28103 published on the 28 January 1908

INDIAN ARMY.

Second Lieutenants to be Lieutenants

Dated 5th November, 1907.

Hastings Lionel Ismay, 21st Prince Albert Victor's Own Cavalry (Frontier Force) (Daly's Horse).

Gazette Issue 28437 published on the 15 November 1910.

SHERIFFS, 1911.

The names of those who were nominated for Sheriffs in the King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on the morrow of Saint Martin, in the first year of the reign of King George the Fifth and in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and ten.

Dorsetshire,

James Hainsworth Ismay, of Iwerne Minster, Blandford, Esq.

Gazette Issue 28453 published on the 3 January 1911

December 8, 1910.

AFTER OPEN COMPETITION.

Second Division: Clerks,

George Ismay

Gazette Issue 28551 published on the 17 November 1911

SHERIFFS, 1912.

The names of those who were nominated for Sheriffs in the King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 13th day of November, in the second year of the reign of King George the Fifth, and in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven

Dorsetshire,

James Hainsworth Ismay, of Iwerne Minster, Blandford, Esq.

Gazette Issue 28559 published on the 8 December 1911

India Office,

December 12, 1911.

The KING-EMPEROR has been graciously pleased to make the following promotions in and appointments to tJie Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, including additional appointments of Knights Grand Commanders, additional appointments of Knights Commanders, and additional appointments of Companions of the Order under the above Special Statutes of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India which His Imperial Majesty has been pleased to approve and ordain: —

To be Knights Commanders of the said Most Exalted Order:

Stanley Ismay, Esq., C.S.I., Indian Civil

Service (retired), Chief Justice of the Chief

Court of Mysore.

Gazette Issue 28562 published on the 15 December 1911

PATENTS AND DESIGNS ACT, 1907.

Application for Restoration of Lapsed Patent under Section 20.

Notice is hereby given, that Matthew Parker Ismay and John Walton Robinson have made application for the restoration of the patent granted to them for " An improved method of and means for rolling shoulders and sides of bacon, hams, beef, and the like," numbered 341 of 1907, and bearing the date the 5th day of January, 1907, which expired on the 5th day of January, 1911, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee. Any person may give notice of opposition to the restoration on leaving Patents Form No. 16 at the Patent Office, 25, Southampton Buildings, London, W.C., on or before the 13th day of February, 1912.

W. TEMPLE FRANKS,

Comptroller-General.

Gazette Issue 28586 published on the 1 March 1912

At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 29th -day of February, 1912.

PRESENT,

The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

SHERIFFS appointed by His Majesty in Council for the year 1912.

Dorsetshire,

James Hainsworth Ismay, of Iwerne Minster, Blandford, Esq.

Gazette Issue 28588 published on the 8 March 1912

PATENTS AND DESIGNS ACT, 1907.

Restoration of Lapsed Patent under Section 20

Notice is hereby given, that an order was made on the 5th March, 1912, restoring the Letters Patent granted to Matthew Parker Ismay and John Walton Robinson for an invention for " an improved method of, and means for, rolling shoulders and sides of bacon, hams, beef, and the like," numbered 341 of 1907, and bearing date the 5th day of January, 1907.

W. TEMPLE FRANKS,

Comptroller-General.

Gazette Issue 28619 published on the 18 June 1912

The Most Honourable HUGH DE GREY, 6th Marquis of Hertford, Deceased.

Pursuant to Act 22 and 23 Victoria, cap. 35.

ALL creditors and others having any claims against the estate of the above named deceased, late of Ragley Hall, Alcester, in the county of Warwick (who died on the 23rd day of March, 1912, and whose will, with five codicils, was proved by Lord Ernest James Seymour, James Hainsworth Ismay, Esquire, and the Honourable Alexander Nelson Hood, the executors, on the 8th day of June, 1912), are required to send in the particulars- of their claims to Messieurs Williams and James, of Norfolk House, Thames-embankment, London, W.C., Solicitors to the said executors, on or before the 31st day of July, 1912, after which date the executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice.—Dated this 14th day of June, 1912.

WILLIAMS and JAMES, Norfolk House,

Thames-embankment, London, W.C., Solicitors to the said Executors.

Gazette Issue 28870 published on the 14 August 1914

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Joseph Bruce Ismay and Harold Arthur Sanderson, carrying on business as Merchants, Shipowners and Shipbrokers, at 30, James-street, Liverpool, and Oceanic House, Cockspur-street, London, under the style or firm of ISMAY, IMRIE AND CO., has been dissolved by the retirement therefrom of the said Harold Arthur Sanderson, as from the first day of July, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen. The business-and goodwill of the said firm of Ismay, Imrie and Co. is now solely vested in the said Joseph Bruce Ismay, whose address is Sandheys, Mossley Hill, Liverpool.—Dated this 28th day of July, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen.

J. BRUCE ISMAY.

HAROLD A. SANDERSON.

Gazette Issue 28910 published on the 22 September 1914

India Office,

September 22, 1914.

The KING has approved the promotion of following officers of the Indian Army, Indian Medical Service, Indian Army Departments and Native Indian Land Forces: —

INDIAN ARMY.

Lieutenants to be Captains

Dated 5th August, 1914.

Hastings Lionel Ismay, 21st Prince Albert Victor's Own Cavalry (Frontier Force) (Daly's Horse).

Gazette Issue 28932 published on the 9 October 1914

War Office,

9th October, 1914.

TERRITORIAL FORCE.

Chester'(Earl of Chester's); the appointment of Second Lieutenant Charles B. Ismay, which appeared in the London Gazette of the 22nd September, 1914, is cancelled

Gazette Issue 28961 published on the 3 November 1914

Post Office:

Male Learners, London,

Julian William Ismay

Gazette Issue 28987 published on the 27 November 1914

'Sir STANLEY ISMAY, K.C.S.I., Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Viet., cap. 35.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons having any claims against the estate of Sir Stanley Ismay, K.C.S.I., deceased, late of " Caerlaverock, Ootacamund, Nilgiris, Southern India, of His Majesty's Indian Civil Service (Retired) (who died on the 7th day of June, 1914, and to whose personal estate' .and effects letters of administration, with the will .annexed, were granted by His Majesty's High Court of Justice, at the Principal Probate Registry thereof, on the 19th day of November, 1914, to James Edward Walker, the lawful attorney of Lady Ismay, the executrix of the said will, and now residing in 'India), are hereby required to send in the particulars of their claim to the said James. Edward Walker, -the administrator, at his office mentioned below, on -or before the 7th day of January, 1915, after which date the said executrix will distribute the estate, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have had notice.—Dated the 24th day of November, 1914.

J. E. WALKER, 7, Quality-court, Chancerylane,

London, W.C., Administrator, with the will annexed.

Gazette Issue 29145 published on the 27 April 1915

J. H. ISMAY AND COMPANY Limited.

AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at 107, Moorgate Station-chambers, E.G., in the county of London, on the 1st day of April, 1915, the following Special Resolution was duly passed; and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting of the said .Company, duly convened, and held at the same place, on the 21st day of April, 1915, the following Resolution was duly confirmed, viz..—

1. That J. H. Ismay and Company Limited .be wound up voluntarily.

2. That Mr. F. Ditchfield Morris, of Spencer House, South-place, Finsbury Pavement, E.C., be and is hereby appointed Liquidator to conduct the winding up.

Dated this 21st day of April, 1915.

N. RICHARDSON, Chairman

Gazette Issue 29186 published on the 8 June 1915

NOTICE ia hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Arthur Smith and Stanley Leigh Ismay, carrying on business as Merchants, at Longford, near Coventry, under the style or firm of STANLEY L. ISMAY AND CO., has been dissolved by mutual consent as and from the thirtieth day of November, 1914. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by Stanley Leigh Ismay.—Dated the 5th day of June, 1915.

ARTHUR SMITH.

STANLEY LEIGH ISMAY.

Gazette Issue 29197 published on the 18 June 1915

BARBARA CATHERINE LOWNDS, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Victoria, cap. 35.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all .persons having any claim against the estate of Barbara Catherine Lownds, late of 60, (Eldon-s'treet, in the city and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Spinster (who died on the 21st day of December, 1914, and whose will was proved by James Richard Lownds, Charles Edward Lownds, and Thomas Parker Ismay, the executors 'therein named, on the 1st day of March, 1915, in the Newcastle-upon-'Tyne District .Registry of His Majesty's High Court of Justice), are required to send particulars, in writing, of such claims to us, the undersigned, on or before the 17th day of July next, after -which date the said executors will distribute the assets among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of winch they shall then have had notice.—Dated this 14th day of June, 1915.

MATHER and DICKINSON, 52, Dean-street,

104 Newcastle-on-Tyne, Solicitors to the Executors.

Gazette Issue 29389 published on the 30 November 1915.

TERRITORIAL FORCE

Northumbrian Brigade.

The under mentioned to be Second Lieutenants

November, 1915.

Cadet George Ismay, from the Durham University Contingent, Senior Division, Officers Training Corps. Dated 16th November, 1915.

Gazette Issue 29485 published on the 22 February 1916

The London Regiment

Private Benjamin George Ismay, from The London Regiment, to be Second Lieutenant (on probation). Dated 7th February, 1916.

Gazette Issue 29496 published on the 3 March 1916

Telephonists, London, Ethel Mary Ismay,.

Gazette Issue 29561 published on the 25 April 1916

TERRITORIAL FORCE.

YEOMANRY.

Dorset.

2nd Lt. James H. Ismay, from Hants Yeo., to be 2nd Lt. 28 Apr. 1916.

Gazette Issue 29690 published on the 1 August 1916

War Office,

2nd August, 1916.

The Colonial Office' has forwarded for publication the following Despatch on military operations in the Somaliland Protectorate: —

From H.M. Commissioner and Commander-in-Chief, Somaliland Protectorate.

To the Secretary of State for the Colonies.

The Residency, Berbera,

20th February, 1915.

SIR,—I have the honour to transmit a report by the Officer Commanding the Troops, Somaliland Protectorate, on the recent military operations against the dervishes; at Shimber Berris, at the head of the Ain Valley. 2. It will be recollected that after

I also desire to put forward, for military reward, the names of the following officers, native officers, non-commissioned officers, and men : —

Captain H. L. Ismay, 21st Prince Albert Victor's Own Cavalry, made the staff arrangements in February prior to and during the operations, and with complete success, this not being an easy task in a waterless country such as Somaliland in the dry season.

Gazette Issue 29698 published on the 8 August 1916

ELEANOR ISMAY, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd" Vic., cap. 35.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims against the estate of Eleanor Ismay, deceased, late of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (who died on the 26th October, 1914), are required to send particulars of their claims to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for Harold. Lacy Addison, the administrator of the estate of the deceased, on or before the 15th September, 1916, after which date the said administrator will distribute the estate, having regard only to the claims of which he shall -then have had notice.—Dated, this 3rd day of August, 1916.

LINKLATER, ADDISON and BROWN, 2,

103 'Bond-court, Walbrook, E.G

Gazette Issue 29780 published on the 10 October 1916

War Office,

11th October, 1916.

His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field to the undermentioned: —121614 Actg. Sjt. J. Ismay, R.E.

Gazette Issue 29807 published on the 27 October 1916

TERRITORIAL FORCE RESERVE.

Yeomanry. — 2nd Lt. J. H. Ismay, from the

Dorset. Yeo., to be 2nd Lt. 31st Oct. 1916.

Gazette Issue 29853 published on the 8 December 1916

CAVALEY.

Remt. Serv.

Temp. 2nd Lt. C. Bower Ismay, from attd. to 12th Lrs., to be a 1st Asst. Supt., and to be temp. Capt. whilst so empld. 26th

Nov. 1916.

Gazette Issue 30339 published on the 16 October 1917

War Office.

18th October, 1917.

REGULAR FORCES.

The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts.,.from attd., unless otherwise stated, are transferred to Serv. Bns., with seniority from dates shown:-

INFANTRY. '

North'd Fus.—

S. Ismay. 30 May 1917.

Gazette Issue 30340 published on the 16 October 1917.

War Office,

18th October, 1917. '

His Majesty the KING has-been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field to the undermentioned Non-Commissioned Officers and Men: —

240890 L./C. W. T. Ismay, Bord. R. (Wigton)

Gazette Issue 30352 published on the 26 October 1917

War Office,,

26th October, 1917-

REGULAR FORCES.

INFANTRY.

North'd Fus.

Temp. 2nd Lt. (attd.) S. Ismay relinquishes his commission on account of ill health.

27 Oct. 1917.

Gazette Issue 30368 published on the 2 November 1917

London Regt

The undermentioned 2nd Lts. to be Lts. : —

18th July 1917.

B. G. Ismay. 7th Aug. 1917.

Gazette Issue 30440 published on the 18 December 1917

ROYAL HOUSE AND ROYAL FlELD ARTILLERY

The undermentioned 2nd Lts. to be Lts.

1st July 1917: —

Actg. Capt. and Adjt. W. R. Cruickshank, with seniority next below Lt. A. Ismay, and to retain the actg. rank of Capt. Whilst empld. as Adjt.

Gazette Issue 30465 published on the 8 January 1918

The Companies Acts, 1908 and 1913.

J. H. ISMAY & 00. Limited.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a General Meeting of the Members of J. H. Ismay & Co. Limited will be held at 492, Oxford-street, W. 1, on Friday, the 8th day of February, 1918, at two o'clock in .the afternoon precisely, for the purpose of having an account laid before them 'by the Liquidator (pursuant to section 195 of the Companies .(Consolidation) Act, 1908), showing the manner in which the winding-up of the said Company has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of, and of hearing any explanation that may be given -by the Liquidator.

023 F. D. MORRIS, Liquidator.

Gazette Issue 30504 published on the 29 January 1918

MEMORANDA.

Capt. H. L. Ismay, Ind. Army, to be temp. Maj., for service with Somaliland Ind. Contingent. 31st Oct. 1917

Gazette Issue 30520 published on the 8 February 1918

Eastern Ontario Regt.

The undermentioned to be temp. Lts.: —

26 Jan. 1918.

No. 489788 Pte. C. W. Ismay. -

Gazette Issue 30552 published on the 1 March 1918

CAVALRY.

Remt. Serv.—The undermentioned to be Supts. 17th Feb. 1918: —

Temp. Capt. C. Bower Ismay, from 1st Asst. Supt., vice temp. Maj. A. H. Bagnall.

Gazette Issue 30556 published on the 1 March 1918

CAVALRY.

Remt. Serv.—Temp. Lt. F. D. Osborne to be a 1st Asst. Supt., from 2nd Asst. Supt., and to be term). Capt. whilst so empld., vice temp. Capt, C- Bower Ismay. 17th Feb, 1918,

Gazette Issue 30563 published on the 5 March 1918

War Office,

8th March, 1918.

His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve of the undermentioned Rewards for distinguished service in the Field.

Dated 1st January, 1918: —

To be Brevet Major.

(On Retired List, Reserve of Officers, Special Reserve, New Army, or Territorial Force, in the case of Officers belonging to these categories, as applicable.)

Capt. H. L. Ismay, Ind. Cav.

Gazette Issue 31026 published on the 22 November 1918

ROYAL HORSE AND ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

2nd Lt. G. Ismay resigns his commission.

24th Nov. 1918.

Gazette Issue 31072 published on the 17 December 1918

ROYAL HORSE AND ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

Lt. Alfred Ismay, 3rd North'n. Bde., relinquishes his commission on account of ill health. caused by wounds, and retains the rank of Lt. 19th Dec. 1918

Gazette Issue 31157 published on the 31 January 1919

ALBERT JOHN ISMAY, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Law of Property Amendment Act, .1859.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons having any claims or demands against the estate of thus deceased, late of No. 7, Chesholm-road, Stoke Newington, London, retired Master Mariner (who died on the 8th November, 1918, and probate of whose

will was granted by the Principal Probate Registry, on the 7th January, 1919, to the Public Trustee, the sole executor), are hereby required to send particulars, in writing, of their claims or demands to me, the undersigned, on or before the 1st March, 1919, after which date the said executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased, having regard only to the claims and demands of which he shall then have had notice.—Dated the 18th January, 1919.

FRED. J. EAST, 127, Moorgate Station-chambers,

E.G. 2, Solicitor for the Public Trustee in this Matter.

Gazette Issue 31173 published on the 7 February 1919

LONDON REGIMENT.

552087 Pte. (A./Cpl.) Ismay, G., 16th Bn. (Carlisle).

Gazette Issue 31321 published on the 29 April 1919

CAVALRY.

Temp. Capt. C. Bower-Ismay relinquishes

his appt. as a Supt. 8th Mar. 1919.

Gazette Issue 31377 published on the 30 May 1919

 

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.,

3rd June, 1,919-.

The KING has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of His Majesty's Birthday, to give orders for 'the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, for valuable services rendered in connection with the War: —

To be Officers of the Military Division of the said Most Excellent Order.

Bower Ismay, T./C'apt. Charles, Gen. List..

Gazette Issue 31390 published on the 3 June 1919..

CAVALRY.

Remt. Serv

Temp. 2nd Lt. C. Bower-Ismay vacates his appt. as Supt. and-relinquishes the temp rank of .Capt. 8th Mar. 1919. (Substituted for the notification in the Gazette of 1st May 1919.)

Gazette Issue 31459 published on the 15 July 1919

MEMORANDA.

Bt. Maj. H. Li. Ismay, Ind. Army, to be temp. Lt.-Col., for service with the Somaliland Camel Corps. 1st Apr. 1919.

Gazette Issue 31588 published on the 7 October 1919

Temp. 2nd Lts., and are granted the rank of Capt.:—

C. Bower-Ismay. 8th Mar. 1919.

Gazette Issue 31656 published on the 25 November 1919

Civil Service Commission.

November 25, 1919.

Notice is hereby given, that upon a special recommendation from the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, Mr. George Ismay, having served as a Clerk of the Second Division, has been promoted to the post 'of "Assistant Principal in the Treasury, with a special certificate granted by the Civil Service Commissioners

Gazette Issue 31669 published on the 2 December 1919

Treasury, -George Ismay, to be Assistant Principal

Gazette Issue 32105 published on the 29 October 1920

Benefice.                                             Eckington, Y.

County                                                 Worcester

Diocese.                                                           Worcester

Date on which Benefice was avoided. 16 November, 1919

Name of retired Incumbent.                 William Ismay

Yearly sum granted to retired Incumbent.        £50

Yearly sum granted to Incumbent for
time being.                                           £25

Gazette Issue 32107 published on the 29 October 1920

War Office,

1st November, 1920.

The Colonial Office has forwarded for publication the following Despatch on military operations in the Somaliland Protectorate: —

From the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Somaliland Protectorate,

To the Secretary of State for the Colonies.

Governor's Camp,

Sheikh,

15th May, 1920.

Such was the position on the morning of the 8th. Captain Gibb, with the Levy and the Camel Corps under Lieut.-Colonel Ismay, moved on to Gaolo the same evening.

At 9 o'clock next morning, the 12th, pickets reported that a force of Dervish horse and foot were approaching Gerrowei. Leading 20 rifles to guard the prisoners, Colonel Ismay at once gave chase with the rest of his force, and came up with the enemy in the broken ground north-west of Oerrowei stream. "C" Company ponymen galloped straight through the Dervish footmen holding a narrow neck, and, joining hands with another patrol at Gerrowei, went off in pursuit of the Dervish horse. These were eventually galloped down, and only a few men escaped on foot. The party of footmen soon broke, and most of them were accounted for. Reports as to the whereabouts of the Mullah himself were still conflicting, and an exhaustive drive was now begun. At midday a patrol reported the tracks of a few horsemen, footmen, and camels further south, moving into the Haud. In the hope that this would prove to be the Mullah's own party, Colonel Ismay, leaving Major C. A. L. Howard, D.S.O., to continue the drive, set out in pursuit with some 20 ponies (all that could go out of a walk) and one camel troop, and by 3.30 .p.m. had hunted down the fugitives. They turned out to be a party under the Abyssinian Fitaurari, Bayenna, who had been in the Dervish camp for some years. Subsequent reports show that the Mullah was, in, fact, close at hand at this time, and from a neighbouring hill witnessed the fate of the Fitaurari's party, of which eight were killed and two captured. The column concentrated at Gerrowei that evening, and returned to Bihen after dark. The Camel Corps had thus .pursued until there was nothing further to pursue—from the sea to the southern borders of the Protectorate. 'Not less than 60 of the Mullah's personal following had been killed, including seven of his sons and seven close relatives; also four of his kasaosi (i.e., immediate advisers and leaders). Six .of his eons, his five wives, four daughters and two sisters had been captured, and only his eldest son, Mahdi, a brother and three or four well-known Dervishes had escaped, with the Mullah himself. They had left the main party early, keeping to the east and seeking safety in isolation.

It is now realised that the Mullah's whereabouts were unknown to any but the few actually with him (at no time more than ten), and he himself consistently avoided water holes and other dangerous places, sending his ponies to water under escort, and often moving to a new position before they had returned, for fear the escort might have been captured and revealed 'his position. By this means he made good his escape into Abyssinian territory, and finally crossed the Haud to Galadi.

Gazette Issue 32142 published on the 26 November 1920

War Office,

Will November, 1920.

His .Majesty the KIN.G has teen graciously pleased, on the recommendation of His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Somaliland Protectorate, to approve of –the under mentioned rewards in recognition of distinguished services rendered in connection with Military Operations in Somaliland: —

To be dated 1st October, 1920.

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order.

Capt. & Bt. Maj. (T./Lt.-Col.) Hastings Lionel Ismay, 21st Cav., Ind. Army, attd. Somaliland Camel Corps.

Gazette Issue 32243 published on the 1 March 1921

INDIAN ARMY.

Captains to be Majors.

H. L. Ismay, (Bt. Maj.)

Gazette Issue 32247 published on the 4 March 1921

War Office,

March, 1921.

The Colonial Office has forwarded for publication the following Despatch.* on military operations in the Somaliland Protectorate : —

From the Governor and Cbmmander-in-Chief, Somaliland Protectorate, To the Secretary of State for the Colonies.

Governor's Camp,

Sheikh,

3Qth April, 1920.

My Lord, —

I have the honour to« submit the following report on the continuous minor operations and patrols carried out by the troops in- this Protectorate against the Dervish forces of the Mullah, Mohammed bin Abdulla Hassan, from the time of the action at Shimber Berris described in my despatch of the 20th February, 1915, and published in the London Gazette of the 2nd August, 1916, to October, 1919, when

His Majesty's 'Government decided upon offensive operations with a view to the final overthrow of the Dervish power.

 

5. The most important actions fought by the mounted troops during this period against formed bodies of Dervishes were those (a) at Endow Pass in October, 1917, and (6) at Ok Pass in March, 1919, both in the north-eastern area of the Protectorate.

(a) On the 6th October, 1917, information was received at Bunaoi that a Dervish force, estimated at 400-500 men, had raided the friendlies in the neighbourhood of Las Dureh. The Camel Corps, moving out at a strength of 10 British. Officers, 347 rifles, and 6 machine: .guns, under the command of Major G. U. Breading, D.S.O., Reserve of Officers, reached Eil Dur Elan on the morning of the 8th October, and pressing on the same day picked up the tracks of the raiders at a point 27 miles further east by sunset. The column moved off again at 1.30 a.m., as the Dervishes' were reported zaaribaed only 201 miles ahead. Captain H. L. Ismay, 21st Cavalry, Indian Army, with 150 pony rifles and 2 machine guns, was ordered to push ahead rapidly and act as circumstances demanded, the remaining camel rifles and machine guns under Major Breading moving up as fast as possible in support. On coming up with the Dervishes, Captain Ismay found they had driven the stock through two very difficult passes which they were holding. Using the irregular levy accompanying the troops to create a diversion, against the western (Aglub) pass, he attacked the eastern (Endow) pass which was held by some 300 Dervish riflemen, who had taken up a; strong position on the crest of the pass and in the caves to cover the withdrawal of the raided camels. The action commenced at 9 a.m. on the 9th October1, and at 10 a.m. Captain Ismay was joined by Major Breading and the remainder of the force. After five hours' sharp fighting, during which heavy casualties were1 inflicted on the enemy, chiefly by machine-gun fire, the caves were cleared and the Dervishes dislodged: from, their position. But they were evidently still determined to resist our advance, and Major Breading decided that he would be unable to reach the summit of the pass with his animals before nightfall. There was thus little chance of overtaking the raided stock, which, on reaching the plateau, would be driven off rapidly, and the force, with but two days' rations in hand, was already 140 miles from its base at Burao, having traversed this1 distance and fought the action in four days. .Accordingly he reluctantly decided that further pursuit was impracticable. The Dervishes had been very severely handled, and in addition to some 70 killed and an unknown number wounded, a good many rifles—most valuable to the Mullah.—had fallen into our possession. Our casualties in this action were one British officer and nine other ranks' wounded. In his appreciation of this operation the Officer Commanding Troops, Lieut.-Colonel G. H. Summers,* 26th. Cavalry, Indian Army, remarks:—

Although the stock was not recaptured, severe loss far in excess of the value of the raid was inflicted. The moral effect of the long-sustained, successful pursuit subsequently proved to be great. It is noteworthy that the column traversed 135 miles in 65 hours, including much (very difficult and intersected country, before gaining touch with the Dervishes. The troops were under arms for 57 hours, and had only 9 hours' rest in the 75 hours which elapsed between 1600 hours on the 6th October and 1900 hours on the 9th October, 1917. In the course of this operation the Pony Company marched 280 miles in 7 days."

Gazette Issue 32475 published on the 30 September 1921

TERRITORIAL ARMY RESERVE.

Yeomanry.

The undermentiomed officers., .having attained

the age limit, are retired, 4th Oct.

1921, and retain their rank: —

2nd Lt. J. H. Ismay. "

Gazette Issue 32518 published on the 15 November 1921.

In the Matter of ISMAY'S LAUNDRIES Limited.

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 188 of the Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908, that a Meeting of the creditors of the above named Company will be held at 18 and 19, Ironmonger-lane, London, E.G., on Wednesday, the 23rd day of November, 1921, at 11.30 in the forenoon, for the purposes provided for in the said section.—Dated this 10th day of November, 1921. '

THOS. STOCKEN, Liquidator.

Gazette Issue 32562 published on the 30 December 1921

TERRITORIAL ARMY RESERVE.

Yeomanry.

Lt. B: G. Ismay..

Gazette Issue 32642 published on the 17 March 1922

Re RICHARD BIRKETT, Deceased.

Pursuant to Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Viet., c. 35.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of Richard Birkett, late of 22, Kingsley-place, in the city and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cashier, deceased (who died on the 5th day of January, 1922, and whose will was proved in the Newcastle-upon-Tyne District Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 28th day of February, 1922, by Joseph Ismay and William Bainbridge Heslop, the executors therein named), are hereby requested to send in the particulars of their claims or demands to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said Executors, on or before the 25th day of April, 1922, after which date the • said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice; and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice.—Dated this 14th day of March, 1922.

JNO. D. and N. D. WALKER, 3, Ellison-place,

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Solicitors for the said Executors.

Gazette Issue 32726 published on the 4 July 1922

TERRITORIAL ARMY.

The undermentioned to be 2nd Lts.: —

YEOMANRY.

Duke of Lancaster's.—George Bruce Ismay (late Cadet, Eton Coll. Contgt., Jun. Div., O.T.C.). 5th July 1922.

Gazette Issue 32743 published on the 1 September 1922

ADAM NIXON, Deceased.

Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Victoria, chapter 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees."

NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any debts, claims or demands against the estate of Adam Nixon, late of Ellenborough, near Maryport, in the county of Cumberland, retired Innkeeper, deceased (who died on the 8th day of July, 1909, and whose will was proved in the Carlisle District Probate Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 21st day of December, 1909, by Joseph Andrew Watson and Nicholas Ismay, the executors therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their debts, claims and demands to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said executors, on or before the 31st day of October, 1922, after which date the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, or any part thereof, having regard only to the debts, claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice; and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose debts, claims or demands they shall not have had notice.—Dated this 28th day of August, 1922.

TYSON and HOBSON, Maryport, Solicitors for the Executors.

Gazette Issue 32797 published on the 20 February 1923

TERRITORIAL ARMY.

YEOMANRY.

The Duke of Lancaster's Own.—Lt. A. R. Murray, Res. of Off., to be 2nd Lt., 5th July 1922, next below 2nd Lt. G. B. Ismay. 21st Feb. 1923.

Gazette Issue 32824 published on the 18 May 1923

INDIAN ARMY.

The KING has approved the retirement of the following officers under the provisions of the Royal Warrant dated 25th Apr. 1923, with effect from the dates specified: —

INDIAN ARMY.D. A.Q.M.G.

A.H.Q., Q.M.G. Beh.—Ma}. H. L. Ismay,

D.S.O., llth Cav. 1st Feb. 1923.

Gazette Issue 32923 published on the 1 April 1924

The undermentioned Cols., on ceasing to be empld., are placed on h.p. 1st Apr.1924:—

Maj. H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., Ind. Army, relinquishes the temp, rank of Lt.-Col. On ceasing to be empld. with the Somaliland Camel Corps. 18th Nov. 1920.

Gazette Issue 32934 published on the 9 May 1924

The following officers have relinquished appointments as stated, in India: —

COMMANDS AND STAFF.D.A.Q.M.G.

A.H.Q.i Q.M.G. Boh.— Maj.. H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., llth Cav. 12th Feb. 1924.

Gazette Issue 32969 published on the 29 August 1924

TERRITORIAL ARMY.

YEOMANRY.

The D. of Lanes. Own.—2nd Lt. G-.. B. Ismay to be Lt. 5th July 1924.

Gazette Issue 33108 published on the 27 November 1925

The following appointments have been made in India: —

COMMANDS AND STAFF.

D.A.Q.M.G.

Q.M.G.Bch., A.H.Q.—Ma]. H. L. Ismay,

D.S.O., llth Cav. 1st Sept. 1925

Gazette Issue 33132 published on the 12 February 1926

The following appointment has been made: —

G.S.O., 2nd Grade.—Maj. H. L. Ismay. D.S.O., Ind. Army, on appmt. as Asst. Secy, to the Committee of Imperial Defence, 4th Jan. 1926.

Gazette Issue 33145 published on the 26 March 1926

 

The following appointments have been made in India: —

COMMANDS AND STAFF.

D.A.Q.M.G.

Q.M.G.,Bch., A.H.Q.—Ma]. H.L. Ismay,

D.S.O., llth Cav., 5th Jan. 1926.

Gazette Issue 33154 published on the 23 April 1926

The following appointments have been made in India: —

COMMANDS AND STAFF.

D.A.Q.M.G.

Q.M.G.Bch., A.H.Q.—M&j. H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., llth Cav,, 4fh Jan. 1926. (Substituted for the notifn. in the Lond. Gaz., dated 26th Mar. 1926).

Gazette Issue 33275 published on the 17 May 1927

EEGIMENTAL LIST.

YEOMANRY.

Duke of Lancaster's Own—Lt. G. B. Ismay, from Active List, to be Lt. 18th May 1927

Gazette Issue 33404 published on the 17 June 1928

To be Bt. Lt.-Cols.

F.F.R.

Maj. H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., llth Cav.

Gazette Issue 33432 published on the 23 October 1928

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Marjorie Esme Harriet Moor, of Moor House, 10, Craven-hill, Lancaster Gate, London, W. 2, Spinster, and Olive Winifred Ismay, of March House, 108, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. 2, Spinster, carrying on business as Apartment or Boarding House Keepers, at March House, 108, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde Park aforesaid, under the style or firm of ISMAY AND MOOR, has been dissolved by mutual consent as and from the sixteenth day of October, 1928. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Olive Winifred Ismay.—Dated this sixteenth day of October, 1928.

MARJORIE E. H. MOOR.

OLIVE W. ISMAY.

Gazette Issue 33480 published on the 26 March 1929

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 242 (3) of 8 Edw. VII, ch. 69 [Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908], that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof, the names of the undermentioned Companies will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register, and the Companies will be dissolved: —

Olive Ismay Limited.

Gazette Issue 33496 published on the 17 May 1929

INDIAN LAND FORCES.

MEMORANDA.

Maj. (Bt. Lt.-Col.) H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., I.A., to be G.S.O., 1st Grade, from G.S.O., 2nd Grade, while holding the appt. of Asst. Secy, to the Committee of Imp. Del, 23rd Apr. 1929

Gazette Issue 33518 published on the 19 July 1929

 

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 242 (3) of 8 Edw. VII, ch. 69 [Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908], that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof, the names of the undermentioned Companies will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register, and the Companies will be dissolved: —

Olive Ismay Limited.

Gazette Issue 33592 published on the 28 March 1930

In the High Court of Justice.—In Bankruptcy.

No. 585 of 1930.

In the Matter of a Bankruptcy Notice issued on the 10th day of March, 1930. To EILEEN ISMAY (Spinster), of 108, Westbourne-terrace, in the county of London, W. 2, Lady.

TAKE notice that a bankruptcy notice has been JL issued against you in this Court at the instance of Debenhams Limited (carrying on business as Marshall and Snelgrove), whose registered office is situate at 91, Wimpole-street, Cavendish square, in the county of London, Warehousemen; and the Court has ordered that the publication of this notice in the London Gazette and in the Daily Telegraph newspaper shall be deemed to be service of the bankruptcy notice upon you. The bankruptcy notice can be inspected by you on application at this Court.—Dated 24th day of March, 1930. .

M. D. WARMINGTON, Registrar.

BOYCE EVANS and SHEPPARD, 14, Stratford-place, London, W. 1.

Gazette Issue 33606 published on the 16 May 1930

No. 1,617. ISMAY, Eileen (Spinster), 108, Westbourne-terrace, London, W. 2. LADY.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

Date of Filing Petition—April 10, 1930.

No. of Matter—338 of 1930.

Date of Receiving Order—May 13, 1930.

No. of Receiving Order—252.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition—Creditor's.

Act of Bankruptcy, proved in Creditor's Petition —Section 1-1 (G.), Bankruptcy Act, 1914.

Gazette Issue 33622 published on the 4 July 1930

ISMAY, Eileen (Spinster), 108, Westbourne terrace, London, W. 2. LADY.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—,338 of 1930.

Date of Order—July 1, 1930.

Date of Filing Petition—April 10, 1930

Gazette Issue 33646 published on the 23 September 1930

ORDERS ANNULLING, REVOKING, OR

RESCINDING ORDER.

ISMAY, Eileen (Spinster), 108, Westbourne terrace, London, W. 2. LADY.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—538 of 1930.

Nature and Date of Order Annulled, Rescinded

and Dismissed—Adjudication dated July 1,

1930, annulled. Receiving Order dated May

13, 1930, rescinded. Petition filed April 10, 1930, dismissed.

Date of Annulment, Rescission and Dismissal— Sept. 17, 1930.

Grounds of Annulment, Rescission and Dismissal— It appearing to the Court that the debts of the debtor have been paid in full.

Gazette Issue 33667 published on the 5 December 1930

ARMY IN INDIA RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

MEMORANDUM.

Maj. (Bt. Lt.-Col.) H. L. Ismay, D.S.O., I.A ceases to be G.S.O.I., on vacating the appt. of Asst. Secy, to the Committee of Imp. Def., 15th Oct. 1930

Gazette Issue 33675 published on the 30 December 1930

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W. 1,

1st January, 1931.

The KING has. been graciously pleased to give orders for the following promotions in, and appointments, to, the Most Honourable Order of the Bath:—

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most Honourable Order:

Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Hastings Lionel Ismay, D.S.O. Sam Browne's. Cavalry (12th Frontier Force), Indian Army. Lately Senior Assistant Secretary, Committee of Imperial Defence

Gazette Issue 33727 published on the 19 June 1931

The undermentioned appts. have been made in India: —

'Mil. Sec. to H.E. the Viceroy— Maj. (Bt. Lt.- Col.) H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., Sam Browne's Cav., 19th Apr. 1931.

Gazette Issue 33737 published on the 21 July 1931

THOMAS PARKER ISMAY, Deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925, S. 27.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims against the estate of Thomas Parker Ismay, late of the Northern Conservative and Unionist Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Retired Lead Manufacturer (who died on the twenty eighth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and thirty, and probate of whose will was granted out of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne District Probate Registry on the eighteenth day of February, one thousand nine hundred and thirty one), are hereby required to send particulars of their claims, in writing, to us, the undersigned, Solicitors to the executor of the said will, on or before the nineteenth day of September next, after which date the executor will proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice.

Dated this sixteenth day of July, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one.

MATHER and DICKINSON, 52, Dean

Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Solicitors to

(148) the Executor.

Gazette Issue 33752 published on the 11 September 1931

INDIAN ARMY.

Maj. & Bt. Lt.-Col. H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., to be Lt.-Col. (prov.), 5th Aug. 1931.

Gazette Issue 33813 published on the 1 April 1932.

INDIAN ARMY.

Lt.-Col. (Prov.) H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., is confirmed in his rank.

Gazette Issue 33907 published on the 31 January 1933

Ismay, George, Preventive Officer, Customs and Excise, Southampton.

Gazette Issue 33966 published on the 4 August 1933

War Office,

Lt.-Col. H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., Ind. Army, to be Col., 1st Aug. 1933, with seniority 1st July 1932.

Gazette Issue 33984 published on the 6 October 1933

COMMANDS AND STAFF.

The undermentioned officers have vacated appointments in India: —

Mily. Secy, to H.E. the Viceroy—Lt.-Col. H.

L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., I.A., 1st Aug. 1933.

Gazette Issue 34096 published on the 16 October 1934

Re MAUDE ISMAY, Deceased. Pursuant to the Trustee Act, 1925.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having any claim against the estate of Maude Ismay, late of 56, Eton Court, Hampstead, in the county of London, Spinster (who died on the 9th April, 1934, and whose Will was proved on the 8th October, 1934, in the Principal Probate Registry by Madeline Walsh and Violet Emily Harden, the executors therein (named), are hereby required to send particulars thereof to the undersigned, on or before the 31st December, 1934, after which date the executors will proceed to distribute the said estate, having regard only to the claims then notified.—Dated the 12th day of October, 1934.

WOOLLEY and WHITFIELD, 1, Great Winchester

Street, London, E.C.2, Solicitors for the said Executors

Gazette Issue 34115 published on the 18 December 1934

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS,

1914 AND 1926.

RECEIVING ORDERS.

No. 3,537. ISMAY, Robert Anthony, residing and lately carrying on business at King Street, Wigton, in the county of Cumberland.

COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

Date of Filing Petition—Dec. 14, 1934.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Date of Receiving Order—Dec. 14, 1934.

No. of Receiving Order—7.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition—Debtor's.

Gazette Issue 34115 published on the 18 December 1934

ISMAY, Robert Anthony, residing and lately carrying on business at King Street, Wigton, in the county of Cumberland. COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Date of Order—Dec. 14, 1934.

Date of Filing Petition—Dec. 14, 1934.

Gazette Issue 34117 published on the 25 December 1934

ISMAY, Robert Anthony, residing and lately carrying on business at King Street, Wigton, in the county of Cumberland. COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Date of First Meeting—Jan. 2, 1935. 2.30 p.m.

Place—Official Receiver's Office, 18, Bank Street, Carlisle.

Date of Public Examination—Jan. 15, 1935. 2.30 p.m.

Place-yThe Court House, English Street, Carlisle.

Date of Order for Summary Administration— Dec. 21, 1934.

Gazette Issue 34135 published on the 22 February 1935

QUALITY HOMES Limited.

AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at 12, City Road, London, E.O.I, on Monday, the 18th day of February, 1935, the following Special Resolution was passed, viz.:—

" That the Company be wound up voluntarily; and that Mr. Beevor de Vic Hardcastle, Incorporated Accountant, of Coventry House, South place, London, E.C.2, be and is hereby appointed' Liquidator."

W. E. ISMAY, Chairman.

Gazette Issue 34141 published on the 12 March 1935

No. 770. ISMAY, Mabel (Spinster), of Gotherington, in the county of Gloucester, lately residing at New Mills, Luxborough, near Washford, in the county of Somerset, and formerly of St. Dennis Farm, Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwick, and previous thereto at Church Farm, Long-hope, in the said county of Gloucester.

Court—CHELTENHAM.

Date of Filing Petition—March 9, 1935.

No. of Matter-7-3 of 1935.

Date of Receiving Order—March 9, 1935.

No. of Receiving Order—3.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition—Debtor's.

Gazette Issue 34141 published on the 12 March 1935

ISMAY, Mabel (Spinster), of Gotherington, in the county of Gloucester, lately residing at New Mills, Luxborough, near Washford, in the county of Somerset, and formerly of St. Dennis Farm, Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwick, and previous thereto at Church Farm, Longhope, in the said county of Gloucester.

Court CHELTENHAM.

No. of Matter—3 of 1935.

Date of Order—March 9, 1935.

Date of Filing Petition—March 9, 1935.

Gazette Issue 34148 published on the 5 April 1935

March 21, 1935.

AFTER OPEN COMPETITION.

Inland Revenue Department: Junior Tax Officer, John Ashworth Ismay.

Gazette Issue 34207 published on the 11 October 1935

COMPANIES ACT, 1929.

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 295 (3) of 19 & 20 Geo. V, ch. 23 (Companies Act, 1929), that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof, the names of the undermentioned Companies will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register, and the Companies will be dissolved : —

Alex Ismay Limited.

Gazette Issue 34217 published on the 8 November 1935

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Bivision).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Bennett.

No. 00668 of 1935.

In the Matter of ISMAY, STEWART & COMPANY Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was, on the 2nd day of November, 1935, presented to the said Court by Beresfords (Electrical) Limited, whose registered office is situate at 61, New Compton Street, Westminster, in the county of London, a creditor of the said Company, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on the eighteenth day of November, 1935; and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing, in person or by his Counsel, for that purpose, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the same.—Dated this 5th day of November, 1935.

GUSTAVUS THOMPSON and SONS,

Deyereux Chambers, Temple, W.C.2,

Solicitors for the Petitioner.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on, or send by post to, the above named, notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their (Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or, if posted, must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than) one o'clock in the afternoon of the sixteenth day of November, 1935.

Gazette Issue 34242 published on the 14 January 1936

COMPANIES ACT, 1929.

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 295 (5) of 19 & 20 Geo. V, ch. 23 (Companies Act, 1929), that the names of the undermentioned Companies have been this day struck off the Register, and such Companies are hereby dissolved: —

Alex Ismay Limited.

Gazette Issue 34315 published on the 18 August 1936

REGULAR ARMY.

COMMANDS AND STAFF.

Col. H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., relinquishes the appt. of G.S.O. 1st Grade, War Office. 5th Aug. 1936

Gazette Issue 34378 published on the 9 March 1937

SCHEDULE.

Number of Application, Name of Trader and General Description of Traffic.

1937—No. 121, Grattan Warehouses, Ltd., Ingleby Road, Bradford (Yorks); Clothing, Drapery and General Stores Wares. I937—No. 122, Ismay Distributors, Ltd., Sterling Works, Dagenham, Essex; Electrical Appliances, Neon and Tubular Electric Signs, Wireless Apparatus, etq.

Gazette Issue 34474 published on the 18 January 1938

ISMAY, STEWART & CO. Ltd.

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to section 238 of the Companies Act, 1929, that a Meeting of creditors of the above Company will be held at the offices of Messrs. B. de V. Hardcastle, Burton & Co. of Coventry House, South Place, Moorgate, London, E.C.2, on Thursday, 27th January, 1938, at 3 o'clock for the purposes mentioned in sections 239 and 240 of the said Act.—Dated this i7th day of January, 1938.

THOMAS F. FORD, Director

Gazette Issue 34478 published on the 1 February 1938

ISMAY, STEWART & CO. Ltd.

AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Company held at Coventry House, South Place, E.G.2, on Thursday, 27th day of January, 1938, the following Extraordinary Resolution was duly passed: —

"That it has been proved to the satisfaction of the Meeting that the Company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue its business, and that it is advisable to wind up the same, and accordingly that the Company be wound up voluntarily; and that B. de V. Hardcastle, of Coventry House, South Place, E.C.2, be appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding-up."

WILLIAM E. ISMAY, Chairman.

Gazette Issue 34500 published on the 8 April 1938

SCHEDULE.

Number of Application, Name of Trader and General Description of Traffic.1938—

No. 208, Ismay Distributors Ltd., Sterling

Works, Dagenham, Essex; Electrical Appliances; Neon and Tubular Electric Signs; Wireless Apparatus, etc.

Gazette Issue 34529 published on the 8 July 1938

UNDER THE SECOND PROVISO OF CLAUSE 4 OF THE GENERAL REGULATIONS.

Ministry of Labour: Clerk, Special Class,

Joseph William Ismay.

Gazette Issue 34546 published on the 30 August 1938

MEMORANDA.

Col. H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., Ind.  Army, is granted the local rank of Maj.-Gen. 31st Aug. 1938.

Gazette Issue 34546 published on the 30 August 1938

ISMAY STEWART & CO. Ltd.-

(In Voluntary Liquidation.)

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to section 245 of the Companies Act 1929," General Meetings of the Members and the creditors of the above named Company will be held at the offices of B. de V. Hardcastle, Burton & Co., 3, South Place, London, E.G.2, on Monday the 3rd of October, 1938 at 3 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. respectively, to receive the account of the Liquidator showing. how the winding-up of the Company has been conducted and its property disposed of.

B. DE V. HARDCASTLE, Liquidator.

Gazette Issue 34569 published on the 11 November 1938

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Bennett.

No. 00735 of 1938.

In the Matter of TEAKLE AND ISMAY Limited, ' and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 4th day of November 1938 presented to the said Court by Nema Press Limited whose registered office is situate at 33 Tothill Street Westminster in the county of London Printers and Publishers creditors of the said Company; and that the said petition is directed to be" heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice Strand London on the 2ist day of November 1938 and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing in person or by his Counsel for that purpose; and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the same.—

Dated this 8th day of November 1938.

PARKER, GARRETT and CO., St. Michael's

Rectory, Cornhill, London, E.G.3, Solicitors for the Petitioners.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on or send by post to the above named, notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their Solicitor (if any) and must be served, or if posted, must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock in the afternoon of the 19th  day of November 1938.

Gazette Issue 34578 published on the 9 December 1938

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Bennett.

No. 00842 of 1938.

In the Matter of TEAKLE & ISMAY Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 6th day of December 1938 presented to the said Court by " Poldrew " Exsport Drewna – Holzexport Paruszewski & Hahn of 22, Kassubischer Markt, Danzig (a partnership firm carried on in accordance with the Laws and constitutions of the Free City of Danzig) Timber Exporters, creditors of the above named Company; and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, W.C. on the 19th day of December 1938, and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing in person or by his Counsel for that purpose; and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the same.—Dated this 7th day of December, 1938.

S. A. BAILEY and CO.. IIA, Bloomsbury Way,

Bloomsbury, W.C.1, Solicitors for the Petitioners.

NOTE.—Any person Who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on or send by post to the above named, notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or, if posted, must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock in the afternoon of the 17th day of December 1938.

Gazette Issue 34582 published on the 23 December 1938

THE COMPANIES ACTS.

WINDING-UP ORDERS.

Name of Company—TEAKLE AND ISMAY Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Balfour House,

119-125, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.2.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00842 of 1938.

Date of Order—Dec. 19, 1938-

Date of Presentation of Petition—Dec. 6, 1938.

Gazette Issue 34589 published on the 13 January 1939

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery

Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Simonds.

No. 0032 of 1939.

In the Matter of ISMAY REFRIGERATING COMPANY Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929-

NOTICE is hereby given that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 12th day of January 1939 presented to the said Court by Briton Lamps Limited whose registered office is at Roden Street Works, Ilford in the county of Essex, Lamp Manufacturers, and Ismay Industries Limited whose registered office is at 104 Newgate Street in the city of London, Holding Company, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on the 23rd day of January 1939 and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing, in person or by his Counsel, for that purpose, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same.

COSMO CRAN and CO., 5, Devonshire Square,

London, E.G.2, Solicitors for the Petitioners.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on or send by post to the above named notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or if a firm the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or if posted, must be sent by post, in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock in the afternoon

of the 21st  day of January 1939.

Gazette Issue 34595 published on the 3 February 1939

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zero Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—0032 of 1939.

Date of Order—Jan. 30, 1939.

Date of Presentation of Petition—Jan. 12, 1939

Gazette Issue 34597 published on the 10 February 1939

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Simonds.

No. 00109 of 1939.

In the Mattel- of ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 8th day of February 1939 presented to the said Court by Sterling Engineering Company Limited (formerly Sterling Works (Dagenham) Limited) of Sterling Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex, creditors of the said Company, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on the 2Oth day of February 1939 and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing, hi person or by his Counsel, for that purpose, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same.

COSMO CRAN and CO., 5, Devonshire Square,

London, E.C.2, Solicitors for the Petitioners.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on, or send by post to, the above named, notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or if a firm the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served., or if posted, must be sent by post, in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock in the afternoon of the 18th  day of February 1939.

Gazette Issue 34597 published on the 10 February 1939.

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Simonds.

No. 00108 of 1939.

In the Matter of ISMAY ZEROS Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 7th day of February 1939 presented to the said Court by Hire Purchase Finance Corporation Limited of Ismay House, 104-105 Newgate Street, London, E.C.1, creditors of the said Company, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before- the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on the 2oth day of February 1939 and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to -support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition may appear at the time of hearing, in person or by his Counsel, for that purpose, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same.

COSMO CRAN and CO., 5, Devonshire Square,

London, E.C.2, Solicitors for the Petitioners.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on, or send by post to, the above named, notice in waiting of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person, or if a firm the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person of the firm or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or if posted, must be sent by post, in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock hi the afternoon of the 18th  day of February 1939.

Gazette Issue 34599 published on the 17 February 1939

THE COMPANIES ACTS.

WINDING-UP ORDERS

FIRST MEETINGS

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zero Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—0032 of 1939.

Creditors—Date, Feb. 28, 1939; Hour, 2.30 p.m.;

Place, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2.

Contributories—Date, Feb. 28, 1939; Hour, 3.30 p.m.; Place, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's-Inn, London, W.C-a,

Gazette Issue 34608 published on the 17 March 1939

APPOINTMENTS OF LIQUIDATORS

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—0032 of 1939.

Liquidator's Name—T. Howorth. (With a Committee of Inspection.)

Liquidator's Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C.2.

Date of Appointment—March 81, 1939.

Gazette Issue 34609 published on the 21 March 1939

Name of Company—ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Stirling Works, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00109 of 1939.

Creditors—Date, March 30, 1939; Hour, 11.30 a.m.; Place, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2.

Contributories—Date, March 30, 1939; Hour, 12 noon; Place, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2

Gazette Issue 34610 published on the 24 March 1939

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division).—Companies Court.

Mr. Justice Simonds.

No. 00225 of *939-

In the Matter of ISCVIAY ZEROS Limited, and in the Matter of the Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition for the winding-up of the above named Company by the High Court of Justice was on the 2ist day of March 1939 presented to the said Court by Ismay Industries Limited whose registered office is at Sterling House, 104-5, Newgate Street in the city of London, a contributory of the said Company, and that the said petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, on the third day of April 1939; and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desirous to support or oppose the making of an Order on the said petition, may appear at the time of hearing, in person or .by his Counsel, for that purpose, and a copy of the petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned, on payment of the regulated charge for the same.

COSMO CRAN and CO., 5, Devonshire Square,

(London, E.C.2, Solicitors for the Petitioner.

NOTE.—Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said petition must serve on, or send by 'post to, the above named, notice in writing of his intention so to do< The notice must state the name and address of the person, .or if a firm the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person or firm or his or their Solicitor (if any), and must be served, or if posted, must be sent by post, in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than one o'clock in the afternoon of the 1st  day of April 1939.

Gazette Issue 34617 published on the 18 April 1939

APPOINTMENTS OF LIQUIDATORS.

Name of Company—ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Sterling Works, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00109 of 1939.

Liquidator's Name—T. Howorth (with a Committee of Inspection).

Liquidator's Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, E.C-2.

Date of Appointment—April 4, 1939.

Gazette Issue 34622 published on the 5 May 1939

REGULAR ARMY.

The undermentioned to be Maj.-Gens. 16th Apr. 1939:—

Col. (local Maj.-Gen.) H. L. Ismay, C.B., D.S.O. (Supy. to estabt.).

Gazette Issue 34633 published on the 6 June 1939

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.I,

8th June, 1939.

The KING has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of the Celebration of His Majesty's Birthday, to give orders for the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Most Honourable Order of the Bath:—

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most Honourable Order:

George Ismay, Esq., Comptroller and Accountant-General, General Post Office.

Gazette Issue 34657 published on the 22 August 1939

Post Office,

27th, Kathleen Margaret Ismay

Gazette Issue 34736 published on the 17 November 1939

THE COMPANIES ACTS.

WINDING-UP ORDERS

Name of Company—ISMAY ZEROS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00225 of 1939.

Date of Order—Nov. 8, I939-

Date, of Presentation of Petition—March 21, 1939

Gazette Issue 34736 published on the 17 November 1939

INTENDED DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00109 of 1939.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—Dec. 1, 1939.

Name of Liquidator—Thomas Howorth.

Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.G.2.

Gazette Issue 34756 published on the 19 December 1939

THE COMPANIES ACTS.

FIRST MEETINGS

Name of Company—ISMAY ZEROS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00225 of 1939.

Creditors—Date, Dec. 28, 1939; Hour, 11.30 a.m.;

Place, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2.

Contributories—Date, Dec. 28, 1939; Hour, 12 noon; Place—33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2.

Gazette Issue 34765 published on the 2 January 1940

DIVIDEND.

Name of Company—ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Stirling Works,

Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00109 of 1939.

Amount per £—2s. 2 ¼d.

First and Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When Payable—Jan. 15, 1940.

Where Payable—At the office of the Liquidator, 3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C.2.

Gazette Issue 34776 published on the 19 January 1940

THE COMPANIES ACTS.

DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—0032 of 1939.

Amount per £—2S. gd.

First or Final, or otherwise—First.

When Payable—Jan. 29, 1940.

Where Payable—At the office of the Liquidator, 1, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C.2.

Gazette Issue 34805 published on the 5 March 1940

INTENDED DIVIDENDS. '

Name of Company—TEAKLE AND ISMAY Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Balfqur House, 119-125, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.2.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

"No.'of Matter—00842 of 1938.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—March 27, 1940.

Name of Liquidator—Charles Latham. Address—185-188, High Holborn, London, W.C.i.

Gazette Issue 34849 published on the 14 May 1940

INTENDED DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—TEAKLE AND ISMAY Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Balfour House, 119-125, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.2.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

No. of Matter—00842 of 1938.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—June 1 1940.

Name of Liquidator—Charles Latham.

Address—185-188, High Holborn, London, W.C.I.

Gazette Issue 34884 published on the 28 June 1940

DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—TEAKLE AND ISMAY Limited.

Address of Registered Office—Balfour House, 119-125, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.2.

Court—High Court of Justice. No. of Matter—00842 of 1938.

Amount per £—iof d. First and Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When Payable—July 4, 1940.

Where Payable—At the office of the Liquidator, 185-188, High Holborn, London, W.C.1.

Gazette Issue 34893 published on the 9 July 1940

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.1.

11th July, 1940.

The KING has been graciously pleased to give orders for the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Most Honourable

Order of the Bath: To be Additional Members of the Military Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders, of the said Most Honourable

Order

Major-General Hastings Lionel Ismay, C.B., D.S.O., Indian Army.

Gazette Issue 34927 published on the 20 August 1940

RELEASE OF LIQUIDATORS.

Name of Company—ISMAY CUTTING TOOLS Limited. Address of Registered Office—Sterling Works, Dagenham, Essex. Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. No. of Matter—00109 of 1939.

Liquidator's Name—Thomas Howorth.. Liquidator's Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.G.2. Date of Release—June 28, 1940.

Gazette Issue 35005 published on the 3 December 1940

SCHEDULE.

John Ismay & Sons, Ltd., Ilford, Essex.

Gazette Issue 35131 published on the 8 April 1941

INTENDED DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited. Address of Registered Office— Zeros Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. No. of Matter—0032 of 1939. Last Date for Receiving Proofs—April 22, 1941. Name of Liquidator—Thomas Howorth. Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.G.2.

Gazette Issue 35150 published on the 29 April 1941

REGULAR ARMY

ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY

The undermentioned to be 2nd Lts.: —

William Edward ISMAY (152174).

Gazette Issue 35158 published on the 9 May 1941

DIVIDENDS.

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO. Limited. Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex. Court —HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. No. of Matter —0032 of 1939. Amount per £—is. 2-55d.

First and Final, or otherwise—Second and Final. When Payable—May 23, 1941. Where Payable —3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C.2.

Gazette Issue 35222 published on the 18 July 1941

Re Miss SARAH ELLEN WARREN, Deceased, late of Greville Cottage, 118, Hampstead Way, N.W.11 who died on the 3ist March, 1941.

NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the estate of the above deceased should give notice thereof in writing to the undersigned the Solicitors for Miss Hilda Michelmore, Mr Benjamin George Ismay, and Mr. William Hugh Rose the executors of the Will of Miss Sarah Ellen Warren on or before the 25th day of September 1941 after which date the said executors intend to distribute the estate of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has then been received by the undersigned —Dated the i4th day of July 1941.

FORD MICHELMORE ROSE and WILKZNS,

53, Russell Square, London, W.C.1, Solicitors for the Executors of Miss Sarah Ellen Warren, Deceased.

Gazette Issue 35294 published on the 30 September 1941

War Office,

3rd October, 1941.

REGULAR ARMY. „

Maj.-Gen. Sir Hastings L. Ismay, K.C.B., D.S.O. (56507), is granted the local rank of Lt.-Gen. 20th Sept. 1941. Col. (temp. Maj.-Gen.) K. M.

Gazette Issue 35295 published on the 3 October 1941

DIVIDEND.

Name of Company—ISMAY ZEROS Limited. Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, Dagenham, Essex Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. No. of Matter—00225 of 1939. Amount per £—7&d. First and Final, or otherwise— First and Final. When Payable—Oct. 7, 1941, or any subsequent day, except Saturday, between the hours of eleven and two. Where Payable—At the Office of the Official Receiver and Liquidator, 33, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn,. London, W.C.2.

Gazette Issue 35772 published on the 3 November 1942

 

War Office, 6th November, 1942.

REGULAR ARMY.

Maj.-Gen. Sir Hastings L. Ismay, K.C.B., D.S.O. (56507), Ind. Army, to be Lt.-Gen. supernumerary to the estabt. i6th Aug. 1942. Maj.-Gen. (actg. Lt.-Gen.) W.

Gazette Issue 35912 published on the 19 February 1943

RELEASE OF LIQUIDATORS

Name of Company—ISMAY REFRIGERATING CO Limited Address of Registered Office—Zeros Works, High Road, Dagenham, Essex Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. No of Matter—0032 of 1939 Liquidator's Name— Thomas Howorth Liquidator's Address—3, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E C 2 Date of Release—Jan 18, 1943

Gazette Issue 35958 published on the 26 March 1943

MEDICAL BRANCH.

Douglas Gordon ISMAY, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.(138219).

Gazette Issue 35966 published on the 2 April 1943

ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE

4th Dec. 1942.

658939 James ISMAY (135613).

Gazette Issue 36069 published on the 25 June 1943

SCHEDULE.

John Ismay & Sons, Ltd., Ilford.

Gazette Issue 36113 published on the 27 July 1943

ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE.

4th June 1943.

J ISMAY (135613).

Gazette Issue 36133 published on the 13 August 1943

Proby. Tcmpy. Surgn Lts. to be Tempy. Surgn. Lts. with ong. seny. as stated: —

G. Ismay.

Gazette Issue 36210 published on the 12 October 1943.

GENERAL LIST.

The undermentioned are granted Immediate EmerEsncy Commns. from the ranks in the rank of 2nd lt. 12th Aug. 1943

Pte. Walter Nicholas ISMAY (287920).

Gazette Issue 36407 published on the 3 March 1944

TABB & BURLETSON Limited.

The Companies Act, 1929.

Special Resolution, passed 2gth February, 1944-

AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of Tabb & Burletson Limited duly convened and held at the offices of Messrs. Wilkinson & Marshall, 1, Mosley Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, on Tuesday the 29th day of February, 1944, 'the following Special Resolution was duly passed : —

Resolution.

That the Company be wound up voluntarily and that Robert Newton Ismay of Maritime Buildings, King Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Accountant, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding-up."

Dated this 29th day of February, 1944.

BRYAN BURLETSON, Chairman.

Gazette Issue 36428 published on the 14 March 1944

MEDICAL BRANCH.

Promotion.

Fig. Off. to Fit. Lt. (war subs.). 25th Feb. 1944: —

D. G. ISMAY, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (138219).

Gazette Issue 36519 published on the 16 May 1944

War Office, 19th May, 1944.

REGULAR ARMY.

The undermentioned Lt.-Gens. (Ind. Army) to be Generals, ist Apr. 1944: —

Lt.-Gen. Sir Hastings L. Ismay, K.C.B., D.S.O. (56507) Supern. to Establt.

Gazette Issue 36709 published on the 19 September 1944

SCHEDULE

John Ismay & Sons Ltd., Ilford

Gazette Issue 36862 published on the 26 December 1944

Fig. Off. to Fit. Lt. (war subs.):

4th Dec. 1944.

J. ISMAY (135613

Gazette Issue 36921 published on the 2 February 1945

Name of Deceased ISMAY, Emily

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Effingham Cottage," 5, Sutherland Avenue, Bexhill,

Sussex, Spinster. i2th October, 1944.

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be

given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Westminster Bank Ltd., Trustee Department, Priory Mansions, Bath Road, Bournemouth,

or Gaby, Hardwicke & Co., 2, Eversley Road, Bexhill, Solicitors.

Date on or before which notices of claim to be given I4th April, 1945.

Gazette Issue 36960 published on the 27 February 1945

TABB & BURLETSON Limited.

(Members' Voluntary Winding-up.)

The Companies Act, 1929.

NOTICE is hereby given that a General Meeting of the Memibers of the above named Company will be held at i, Mosley Street, Newcastle upon Tyne on Wednesday, the 4th day of April, 1945 at n o'clock in the forenoon precisely, to receive the account of the Liquidator showing how the winding-up of the Company has been conducted and its property disposed of; to hear any explanation that may be furnished by the Liquidator, and to pass an Extraordinary Resolution as to the disposal of the books, accounts, and documents of the Company.—Dated this 22nd day of February, 1945.

R. N. ISMAY, Liquidator

Gazette Issue 37227 published on the 14 August 1945

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS

OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.I,

17th  August, 1945.

The KING has been graciously pleased to make the following appointments to the Order of the Companions of Honour: —

To be Members:

General Sir Hastings Lionel ISMAY, K.C.B., D.S.O., Chief of Staff to the Minister of Defence since 1940.

Gazette Issue 37367 published on the 27 November 1945

In the Matter of the CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORLAND FARMERS' LIVE STOCK

INSURANCE SOCIETY Limited.

AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above named Society, duly convened and held at Lloyds Bank Chambers, Lowther Street, Carlisle on the roth day of November 1945 the following Special Resolution was duly passed: —

" That the Society be wound -up voluntarily, and that Mr. John Arthur Gregson of Central Buildings, Corn Market, Penrith, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator of the Society for the purposes of such winding-up."

Dated this 2ist day of November 1945-

WILLIAM ISMAY. Chairman.

Gazette Issue 37453 published on the 1 February 1946

In the Matter of OTTERSHAW STUD FARM

Limited.

AT an 'Extraordinary General Meeting of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at " Tokusho," (Manor Way, Hayling Island, Hants on Wednesday the 23rd day of January 1946 the •following Resolution was -passed as a Special Resolution:—

" That the Company be wound up voluntarily and that Thomas Sidney Cornwell of " Tokusho," Manor Way, Hayling Island, Hants be appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding-up."

JOHN ISMAY, Chairman.

Gazette Issue 37598 published on the 4 June 1946

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.I.

13th June, 1946.

The KING has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of the Celebration of His Majesty's Birthday, to give orders for the following promotions in, and appointments to, the Most

Honourable Order of the Bath:—

To be an Additional Member of the Military Division of the First Class, or Knights Grand Cross, of the said Most Honourable Order:

General Sir Hastings Lionel ISMAY, C.H., K.C.B., D.S.O.

 

ADMIRALTY.

Whitehall.

11th June, 1946.

Mention in Despatches.

Able Seaman Henry Albert ISMAY, C/JX. 352423.

Gazette Issue 37737 published on the 24 September 1946

SCHEDULE

John Ismay & Sons Ltd., Ilford

Gazette Issue 37835 published on the 31 December 1946

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS

OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.1.

1st January, 1947.

The KING has been graciously pleased to signify His Majesty's intention of conferring Peerages of the United Kingdom on the following:—

To be Barons:

General Sir Hastings Lionel ISMAY, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O., lately Additional Secretary (Military) to the Cabinet and Chief of Staff to the Minister of Defence.

To be Knights Commanders of the Civil Division

of the said Most Excellent Order:

George ISMAY, Esq., C.B., Assistant Director General (Finance) and Comptroller and Accountant General, General Post Office

Gazette Issue 37860 published on the 21 January 1947

Whitehall, January 21, 1947.

The KING has been pleased, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the Realm, bearing date the 14th instant, to confer the dignity of a Barony of the United Kingdom upon Sir Hastings Lionel Ismay, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O., and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, style and title of BARON ISMAY, of Wormington in the County of Gloucester.

Gazette Issue 37875 published on the 7 February 1947

The undermentioned officers retire: —

1st Feb. 1947.

Gen. Sir Hastings L. ISMAY, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O.

Gazette Issue 37947 published on the 2 May 1947

Commission resigned.

Flight Lieutenant D. G. ISMAY, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (138219), retaining the rank of Squadron Leader, 11th Jan. 1947.

Gazette Issue 38010 published on the 8 July 1947

THE GRAND PRIORY IN THE BRITISH REALM OF THE VENERABLE ORDER OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM.

Chancery of the Order,

St. John's Gate,

Clerkenwell, London, E.C.1.

2nd July, 1947.

The KING has been graciously pleased to sanction the following Promotions in, and Appointments to. the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem: —

As Knights.

General The Lord Ismay, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O.

Gazette Issue 38322 published on the 11 June 1948

TERRITORIAL ARMY

ROYAL ARTILLERY.

Gen. The Lord ISMAY, ' G.C.B., C.H.,  D.S.O. (56567), to be Honorary Colonel 523 L.A.A. Regt.

Gazette Issue 38459 published on the 16 November 1948

The War Office, 19th November, 1948.

The KING has been pleased to grant unrestricted permission for the wearing of the following decorations which have been conferred on the undermentioned personnel in recognition of distinguished services in the cause of the Allies: —

DECORATIONS CONFERRED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Legion of Merit, Degree of Commander.

General The Lord ISMAY, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O.(56507)  ex Indian Army.

Gazette Issue 38493 published on the 31 December 1948

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Miss Gertrude Maud ISMAY, Honorary Street Group Organiser, Hinckley, Leicestershire, Savings Committee.

Gazette Issue 38539 published on the 15 February 1949

COMPANIES ACT, 1948.

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 353 (5) of the Companies Act, 1948, that the names of the undermentioned Companies have been this day struck off the Register, and such Companies are hereby dissolved:—

Ismay Boro Tube Light Limited.

Gazette Issue 38963 published on the 7 July 1950

Commissions signed on the 3Qth June, 1950, by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Gloucester and of the Cities and Counties of the Cities of Gloucester and Bristol:

Hastings Lionel Ismay, General the Rt. Hon. Baron Ismay, G.C.B., C.B., D.S.O.

Gazette Issue 39511 published on the 8 April 1952

ISMAY, Mabel (Spinster), Gotherington, in the county of Gloucester, lately residing at New Mills, Luxborough, near Washford, in the county of Somerset, and formerly at St. Dennis Farm, Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwick, and previous thereto at Church Farm, Longhope, in the said county of Gloucester.

Court—CHELTENHAM.

No. of Matter—3 of 1935.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—April 25, 1952.

Name of Trustee and Address—Ingram, Leonard Edmund, 26, Baldwin Street, Bristol, 1, Official Receiver

Gazette Issue 39542 published on the 16 May 1952

ISMAY, Mabel (Spinster), Gotherington, in the county of Gloucester, lately residing at New Mills, Luxborough, Near Washford, in the county of Somerset, and formerly of St. Dennis Farm, Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwick, and previous thereto at Church Farm, Longhope, in the said county of Gloucester.

Court—CHELTENHAM.

No. of Matter—3 of

1935. Amount per £—1s. 10d.

First or Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When Payable —May 30, 1952.

Where Payable—Official Receiver's Office, 26, Baldwin Street, Bristol I.

Gazette Issue 39578 published on the 20 June 1952

The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the London Gazette of May 16. 1952: —

ISMAY, Mabel, Gotherington, in the county of Gloucester, lately residing at New Mills, Luxborough, near Washford, in the county of Somerset, and formerly at St. Dennis Farm, Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwick, and previous thereto at Church Farm, Longhope, in the said county of Gloucester. Spinster.

Court —CHELTENHAM.

No. of Matter—3 of 1935.

Amount per £—1s. 8|d.

First or Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When Payable- June 30, 1952.

Where Payable—Official Receiver's Office, 26, Baldwin Street, Bristol.

Pursuant to the Act and Rules, notices to the above effect have been received by the Board of Trade.

C. R. BRUCE PARK,

Inspector-General in Bankruptcy.

Gazette Issue 39756 published on the 20 January 1953

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date on or before which notices of claim to be given

ISMAY, William Edward

29, Woodwarde Road, East Dulwich, London, S.E.22,

Master Builder. 2nd January, 1953.

Hepburns, 203 B, Rye Lane, Peckham, London, S.E.I 5, Solicitors. (Christine Agnes

Ismay, William Edward Ismay and Reginald Walter Hepburn.) I

23rd March, 1953 (200)

Gazette Issue 39790 published on the 27 February 1953

GENERAL DUTIES BRANCH.

Flight Lieutenants retaining their rank :

J. ISMAY (135613). llth Aug. 1952.

Gazette Issue 39918 published on the 17 July 1953

SECRETARIAL BRANCH.

Appointment to commission (short service).

As Flying Officer (six years on the active list and four years on the reserve):

James ISMAY (135613). 15th June 1953 (seniority 9th Sept. 1951).

Gazette Issue 39918 published on the 17 July 1953

GENERAL DUTIES BRANCH.

Commission relinquished.

Flight Lieutenant J. ISMAY '(135613) (on appointment to a short service commission in the R.A.F.). 15th June 1953.

Gazette Issue 39945 published on the 21 August 1953

GENERAL DUTIES BRANCH.

Commission relinquished.

Flying Officer J. ISMAY (135613) (on appointment to a short service commission in the R.A.F.). 15th June 1953 (substituted for notification of 21st July 1953 (p. 4002, col. 1))

Gazette Issue 40222 published on the 2 July 1954

H,M. LAND REGISTRY.

The following land is about to be registered. Any .objections should be addressed to " H.M. Land Registry, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2," [before the 16th day of July, 1954

'FREEHOLD.

(2) Land on E. side of Mill Road, Ilford, Essex, by Ismay Lamps Limited.

Gazette Issue 40376 published on the 4 January 1955

H,M. LAND REGISTRY.

The following land is about to be registered. Any .objections should be addressed to " H.M. Land Registry, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2," [before the 18th day of January, 1955

'FREEHOLD.

(5) Bridge House, High (Road and Roden Street Works, Rpden, Street, Itford, Essex, by Ismay (Lamps Limited.

Gazette Issue 40417 published on the 25 February 1955

NOTICE is hereby given that by a Deed Poll dated the 29th day of January, 1955, and duly enrolled in the Supreme Court of Judicature on the 18th February, 1955, HUGH BRUCE ISMAY CHEAPE, of Fossaway Lodge, Fossaway, Kinross, Scotland, Farmer, citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by birth, for himself and his Wife and his children and remoter issue assumed the surname of Ismay

in addition to the surname of Cheape.—Dated this 18th day of February, 1955.

AYRTON and ALDERSON SMITH, 10, Dale Street, Liverpool, Solicitors for the said Hugh

(310) Bruce Ismay Cheape.

Gazette Issue 40433 published on the 18 March 1955

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given

and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date oft or before which notices of claim to be given

PRICE, Margaret

"Seaforth," Wainfleet Road, Fishtoft, near Boston, Lincolnshire, Married Woman. 28th February,  1955.

Roythorne & Co., 5, Broad Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, Solicitors. (Florence Victoria Ismay and George Edward Holvey.)

25th May, 1955 (304)

Gazette Issue 40525 published on the 28 June 1955

TERRITORIAL ARMY.

The following vacate their appointments as Hon. Cols, of T.A. units, 1st July 1955:—

Gen. The Lord; ISMAY, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O., D.L. (56507).

Gazette Issue 40568 published on the 23 August 1955

Foreign Office, 19th August, 1955.

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS (IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES) ACT, 1950.

In pursuance of subsection (1) (b) of section 2 of the International Organisations (Immunities and Privileges) Act, 1950 (14 Geo. 6. Ch. 14), Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs has compiled the following list of persons upon whom immunities and privileges have been conferred by the International Organisations (Immunities and Privileges of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) Order in Council, 1954, the said list taking effect from the 10th of December, 1954: —

High Officials of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Article 12 of the Order in Council).

General the Right Honourable Lord Ismay, G.C.B., C.H. (Secretary-General).

Gazette Issue 40582 published on the 9 September 1955

Promotion.

Flying Officer to Flight Lieutenant:

J. ISMAY (135613). 9th Sept. 1955.

Gazette Issue 40791 published on the 25 May 1956

SECRETARIAL BRANCH.

Appointment to commission (permanent) under A.M.O. /i.215/55.

As Flight Lieutenant (Branch List):—

James ISMAY (135613). 1st Dec. 1955.

Gazette Issue 40898 published on the 9 October 1956

COMPANIES ACT, 194«.

(Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 353 (3) of the Companies Act, 1948, .that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof, the names of the undermentioned Companies1 will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register,

and the Companies will -be dissolved.Ismay Cables Limited

Gazette Issue 41053 published on the 23 April 1957

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.I.

23rd April, 1957.

The QUEEN has been graciously pleased to appoint the undermentioned to be Knights Companions of the Most Noble Order of the Garter: —

General The Right Honourable Hastings Lionel, Baron ISMAY, G.C.B., C.H., D.S.O.

Gazette Issue 41118 published on the 5 July 1957

Foreign Office, July 5, 1957.

INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES) ACT, 1950.

In pursuance of subsection (1) (c) of Section 2 of the International Organisations (Immunities and Privileges) Act, 1950 (14 Geo. 6, Chapter 14), Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of 'State for Foreign Affairs hereby gives' notice of the following further amendments to the list published in the London Gazette of August 23, 1955, of persons who are entitled to immunities and privileges conferred by the International Organisations (Immunities and Privileges of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) Order, 1954, the said amendments taking effect in relation to each person from the date specified after his or her name, 'being the date as 'from which, for the purposes of the said Order in Council, such person first held or ceased to hold the office or employment in question:—

HIGH OFFICIALS OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANISATION (ARTICLE 12 OF THE ORDER IN COUNCIL).

Remove:

General the Right Honourable Lord Ismay, K.G., G.C.'B., C.H., D.S.O. (Secretary-General),

May 14, 1957.

Gazette Issue 41364 published on the 15 April 1958

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD.

St. James's Palace, S.W.I.

18th April, 1958.

The QUEEN has been graciously pleased to award the Imperial Service Medal to the following officers on their retirement: —

HOME CIVIL SERVICE.

ISMAY, Julian William, Overseas Telegraph

Supervisor, General Post Office.

Gazette Issue 41540 published on the 4 November 1958

INTENDED DIVIDENDS

ISMAY, Robert Anthony, residing and lately carrying on business at King Street, Wigton, in the county of Cumberland, COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—19th Nov., 1958.

Name of Trustee and Address—Atkinson, Douglas, 14, Lowther Street, Carlisle, Official Receiver.

Gazette Issue 41575 published on the 16 December 1958

ISMAY, Robert Anthony, residing and lately carrying on business at King Street, Wigton, in the county of Cumberland, COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Amount per £—20s. 0d.

First or Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When Payable—19th Dec., 1958.

Where Payable—Official Receiver's Office, 14, Lowther Street, Carlisle.

Gazette Issue 41678 published on the 10 April 1959

ORDERS ANNULLING, REVOKING, OR RESCINDING ORDERS

ISMAY, Robert Anthony, King Street, Wigton, Cumberland, COAL AGENT.

Court—CARLISLE.

No. of Matter—9 of 1934.

Nature and Date of Order Annulled, Revoked or Rescinded—Adjudication

Order dated 14th Dec., 1934, annulled.

Receiving Order dated 14th Dec., 1934, rescinded.

Petition filed 14th Dec., 1934, dismissed.

Date of Annulment, Revocation of Rescission—9th March, 1959.

Grounds of Annulment, Revocation or Rescission—Debts paid in full.

Gazette Issue 42145 published on the 16 September 1960.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS,

1914 AND 1926

ADJUDICATIONS

ISMAY, Laurence Bowman, 27, Criffel Road, Carlisle in the county of Cumberland, LIME and FERTILIZER SALESMAN.

Court—CARLISLE.

Date of -Filing Petition—12th Sept., 1960.

No. of Matter—8 of 1960.

Date of Order— 12th -Sept., 1960.

Date of Filing Petition—12th Sept., 1960.

Gazette Issue 43077 published on the 9 August 1963

ISMAY, Bernard Aubrey, 36, Queens Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey, ASSISTANT CONTRACTS MANAGER (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, 'Kingston, Surrey). Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

Date of Filing Petition—1st Aug., 1963.

No. of Matter—30 of 1963.

Date of Receiving Order—1st Aug., 1963.

No. of Receiving Order—22.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition—Debtor's.

Gazette Issue 43077 published on the 9 August 1963

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS

1914 AND 1926

RECEIVING ORDERS

ISMAY, Catherine (widow), 36, Queens Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), Housewife.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

Date of Filing Petition—1st Aug., 1963.

No. of Matter— 31 of 1963.

Date of Receiving Order—1st Aug., 1963.

No. of Receiving Order—23.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition—Debtor's.

Gazette Issue 43082 published on the 16 August 1963

ADJUDICATIONS

ISMAY, Bernard Aubrey, 36, Queens Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey, (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey) ASSISTANT CONTRACTS MANAGER Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—30 of 1963.

Date of Order—1st Aug., 1963.

Date of Filing Petition—1st Aug., 1963.

Gazette Issue 43082 published on the 16 August 1963

ADJUDICATIONS

ISMAY, Catherine (widow), 36, Queens Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey, (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), HOUSEWIFE.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—31 of 1963.

Date of Order—1st Aug., 1963.

Date of Filing Petition—1st Aug., 1963

Gazette Issue 43095 published on the 30 August 1963

FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

ISMAY, Bernard Aubrey, 36, Queens Court;, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston. Surrey), ASSISTANT CONTRACTS- MANAGER. Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—30.of 1963.

Date of First Meeting—13th Sept., 1963. 11.30 a.m.

Place—City Gate House, 39-45,, Finsbury Square, London, E.C.2.

Date of Public Examination— 10th Dec., 1963. 10.30 a.m.

Place—The Kingston-upon-Thames County Court, St. James Road, Kingston-upon-Thamts, Surrey.

Gazette Issue 43095 published on the 30 August 1963

FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

ISMAY, Catherine (widow). 36, Queens Court, Queens Roadt, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey, Housewife.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter —31 of 1963.,

Date of First Meeting—13th Sept., 1963. 11 a.m.

Place—City Gate House, 39-45, Finsbury Square, London, E.C.2.

Date of Public Examination—10th Dec., 1963, 10.30 a.m.

Place —'The Kingston'-upon-Thames County Court, St. James Road, Kingston-upon-Thames,, Surrey.

Gazette Issue 43387 published on the 21 July 1964

COMPANIES ACT, 1948

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 353(3) of the Companies Act, 1948, that, at the expiration of three months from the date hereof, the names of the undermeiLtioned Companies will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register, and the Companies will be dissolved.

Ismay (New Process) Lighting, Limited

Gazette Issue 43495 published on the 20 November 1964

COMPANIES ACT, 1948

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 353 (5) of the Companies Act, 1948, that the names of the undermentioned Companies have been struck off the Register. Such Companies are accordingly dissolved as from the date of the publication of this notice.

Ismay (New Process) Lighting, Limited

Gazette Issue 43566 published on the 2 February 1965

INTENDED DIVIDENDS

ISMAY, Catherine (widow), 36, Queen's Court, Queen's Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), Housewife.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—31 of 1963.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—16th Feb., 1965.

Name of Trustee and Address—Sherwood, Ernest Charles, Official Receiver's Office, Park House, 22, Park Street, Croydon, Surrey, Official Receiver.

Gazette Issue 43580 published on the 19 February 1965

DIVIDENDS

ISMAY, Catherine (widow), of 36, Queen's Court, Queen's Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), Housewife

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—31 of 1963.

Amount per £—23/32d.

First or Final, or otherwise—First and Final.

When 'Payable— llth March, 1965.

Where Payable—Official Receiver's Office, Park House, 22,' Park Street, Croydon, Surrey.

Gazette Issue 43735 published on the 10 August 1965

RELEASE OF TRUSTEES

ISMAY, Catherine (widow), 36, Queen's Court, Queen's Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), Housewife.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of  Matter—31 of 1963.

Trustee's Name, Address and Description—Sherwood, Ernest Charles, Park House, 22, Park Street, Croydon, Surrey,

Official Receiver. Date of Release—5th Aug., 1965.

Gazette Issue 44202 published on the 20 December 1966

THE GRAND PRIORY IN THE BRITISH REALM OF THE MOST VENERABLE ORDER OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM

The QUEEN has been graciously pleased to sanction the following promotions in and appointments to The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem:

As Serving Sister

Ethel Mildred, Mrs. Ismay

Gazette Issue 44323 published on the 30 May 1967

APPLICATIONS FOR DISCHARGE

ISMAY, Bernard Aubrey, 36, Queen's Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), ASSISTANT CONTRACTS MANAGER. Court—KINGSTON-upon-THAMES.

No. of Matter—30 of 1963.

Day Fixed for Hearing—7th July, 1967. 10.30 a.m.

Place—Kingston-upon-Thames County Court, St. James Road, Kingston-upon-Thames.

Gazette Issue 44414 published on the 22 September 1967

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Grace Margaret...

24 Wilbury Lodge, Eaton Road, Hove, Widow. 3rd September 1967.

Lloyds Bank Limited, Executor and Trustee Department, 130A Western Road, Brighton,

Sussex, BN1 2L§, or Cockburn, Gostling & Co., 61 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2BP,

Solicitors. (Lloyds Bank Limited, Anthony Ian West and David Ronald Hugh Walters.)

8th December 1967

(140)

Gazette Issue 44533 published on the 23 February 1968

SECRETARIAL BRANCH

Retirement

Flight Lieutenants:

J. ISMAY, A.C.I.S. (135613). 22nd Feb. 1968.

Gazette Issue 45054 published on the 6 March 1970

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claim to be given

ISMAY, Marjorie Annie...

142 Petts Wood Road, Petts Wood, Kent. 16th December 1969.

Clarkson Wright & Jakes, Station Square, Petts Wood, Kent, BR5 1LX, Solicitors ...

4th June 1970 (524)

Gazette Issue 45064 published on the 20 March 1970

MILTON KEYNES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

NEW TOWNS ACT, 1965

The Plan for Milton Keynes

Notice is hereby given that the Milton Keynes Development Corporation on the 17th March 1970, formally submitted the Plan for the development of the designated area of the new city of Milton Keynes to the Minister of Housing and Local Government. A copy of the Plan has been deposited at the offices of the Corporation, Wavendon Tower, Wavendon, near Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, and will be available for inspection without payment of fee between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Monday to Friday inclusive. Any representations in respect of the Plan must be made in writing stating the grounds of the representation and addressed to the Minister of Housing and Local Government, Whitehall, London S.W.I, before the 28th April 1970.

The Minister will consider any representations made to him within the period stated in the preceding paragraph and he may, in the light of such representation, decide to hold a public local inquiry into the Plan.

Dated 17th March 1970.

W. N. Ismay, Managing Director, Milton Keynes

Development Corporation.

Gazette Issue 45110 published on the 29 May 1970

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims) are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claim to be given

ISMAY, Olive

Border Cottage, Copthorne, Sussex, Spinster. 8th May 1970.

Fearless, de Rougemont & Co., 8 Church Lane, East Grinstead, Sussex, Solicitors. (Patrick Birkett Harris and Henry Tallents Davy.)

7th August 1970 (070)

Gazette Issue 45237 published on the 24 November 1970

INTENDED DIVIDENDS

ISMAY, Bernard Aubrey, 36, Queen's Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), ASSISTANT CONTRACTS MANAGER. Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—30 of 1963.

Last Day for Receiving Proofs—8th Dec., 1970.

Name of Trustee and Address—Sherwood, Ernest Charles, Park House, 22, Park Street, Croydon, CR9 1TX, Official Receiver.

Gazette Issue 45302 published on the 12 February 1971

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 353 (3) of the Companies Act, 1948, that at the expiration of three months from the date of the publication of this notice, the names of the Companies mentioned in the list hereunder will, unSess cause is shown to the contrary, be struck off the Register, and the Companies will be dissolved.

LIST 1872

Ismay Studs Limited

Gazette Issue 45307 published on the 18 February 1971

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

ISMAY, Mary

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

" Devenham," Graham Road, Malvern, Worcs. 20th January 1971.

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Lloyds Bank Limited, Executor and Trustee Department, The Avenue, The Cross, Worcester.

Date before which notices of claims to be given

30th April 1971 (038)

Gazette Issue 45320 published on the 11 March 1971

NOTICE OF RELEASE OF TRUSTEES

ISMAY, Brian Aubrey, 36, Queens Court, Queens Road, Kingston, Surrey (formerly residing at 29, Grange Road, Kingston, Surrey), ASSISTANT CONTRACTS MANAGER.

Court—KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES.

No. of Matter—30 of 1963.

Trustee's Name, Address and Description—Sherwood, Ernest Charles, Park House, 22, Park Street, Croydon, CR9 1TX, Official Receiver.

Date of Release—8th March, 1971.

Gazette Issue 45398 published on the 15 June 1971

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to' section 353 (5) of the Companies Act, 1948, that the names of the undermentioned Companies have been struck off the Register. Such Companies are accordingly dissolved as from the date of the publication1 of this notice.

LIST 1873

Ismay Studs Limited

Gazette Issue 45432 published on the 26 July 1971

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Edith Sarah

5 Beauregard, Rue de Haul, Millbrook, St. Lawrence, Jersey, Channel Islands, Nursing Sister, a spinster. 20th May 1970.

Barclays Bank Trust Company Limited, Trustee Division, North West London Office, 6 Great Castle Street, London WIN 8HL, Pollard & Co. 24/25 Hanover Square, London WIR 8LL, Solicitors for the Company.

27th September 1971 (003)

Gazette Issue 46622 published on the 1 July 1975

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Ethel

Davenham, Graham Road, Malvern, Worcs, Spinster. 13th June 1975.

Lamberts, 5 Edith Walk, Malvern, Worcs, WR14 4QL. (National Westminster

Bank Limited.)

5th September 1975 (808)

Gazette Issue 47061 published on the 8 November 1976

Short Serv. Commns.

The undermentioned W.O.s I to be 2nd Lts., 27th Sep.1976, with seniority 27th Mar. 1972. To be Lts., 27th Sep. 1976, with seniority 27th Mar. 1974:

23129207 Robert James Lomas ISMAY (502105).

Gazette Issue 47078 published on the 29 November 1976

ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE

(TRAINING BRANCH)

Appointment to Commission

As Pilot Officer (four years) :

John William ISMAY (209695), llth Oct. 1976.

Gazette Issue 47605 published on the 1 August 1978

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal. Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Laura Kathleen Baroness

Wormington Grange, Broadway, Worcestershire, Widow. 9th January 1978.

Boodle Hatficld and Co., 53 Davies Street, Berkeley Square, London  W1Y 2BL, Solicitors. (The Hon. Susan Kathleen Lucy Evetts, Michael John Evestts and Michael Anthony Petit.)

11lth October 1978 (825)

Gazette Issue 47605 published on the 1 August 1978

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

CHEETHAM, Eileen Annie

24 Shaftesbury Avenue, Southampton, Hampshire, Widow. 29th June 1978.

Sharp, Harrison, Turner & Co., 4 and 5 Carlton Place, Southampton, Hampshire, SO9 4UA. (George Douglas Ismay and Basil Bridgwater.)

14th October 1978 (051)

Gazette Issue 47664 published on the 16 October 1978

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

REGULAR ARMY

Short Serv. Commns1978.

Lt. R. J. L. ISMAY (502105) to be Capt., 27th Sep.

Gazette Issue 47716 published on the 18 December 1978

ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE

(TRAINING BRANCH)

Promotion

Pilot Officer to Flying Officer :

J. W. ISMAY (209695), llth Oct. 1978.

Gazette Issue 47768 published on the 12 February 1979

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

REGULAR ARMY

Capt. Robert James Lomas ISMAY (502105) from Short Serv. Commn., to be Capt. (Q.M.), 31st Oct. 1978.

Gazette Issue 47935 published on the 23 August 1979

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, John

10 Boulevard de Belgique, Monaco, Solicitor (retired). 2nd August 1972.

Mawby Barrie & Scott, Permian House, 30-36 Fife Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, KT1 1UE, Solicitors. (Lawrence Clifton Crick, Claude Henry Ivan Chown and Thomas Sidney Cornwell.)

31st October 1979 (842)

Gazette Issue 48236 published on the 30 June 1980

ROYAL AIR FORCE VOLUNTEER RESERVE

(TRAINING BRANCH)

Commission Resigned

J. W. ISMAY (209695), 2nd Mar. 1980.

Gazette Issue 48301 published on the 8 September 1980

GENERAL DUTIES (GROUND) BRANCH

Appointment to Commission (Short Service) As Acting Pilot Officer (six years on the Active List and four years on the Reserve) :

3rd Jul. 1980

Aircraftmen:

John William ISMAY (209695)

Gazette Issue 48498 published on the 19 January 1981

GENERAL DUTIES (GROUND) BRANCH

Regrading

Acting Pilot Officer to Pilot Officer:

3rd Jan. 1981

J. W. ISMAY (209695).

Gazette Issue 48837 published on the 30 December 1981

M.B.E.

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

William Alfred ISMAY. For services to the study of ceramics.

Gazette Issue 49251 published on the 31 January 1983

GENERAL DUTIES (GROUND) BRANCH

Promotion

Pilot Officer to Flying Officer :

3rd Jan. 1983

J. W. ISMAY (209695P).

Gazette Issue 49407 published on the 5 July 1983

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices, of claims to be given

LOMAS, Mary

47 Hampton Road, Southport, Merseyside, Spinster. 5th April 1983.

Brown, Turner Compton Carr & Co., 11 St. George's Place, Lord Street, .Southport, Merseyside. (Bryan Geoffrey Cox and David Michael Ismay.)

9th September 1983 (072)

Gazette Issue 49648 published on the 15 February 1984

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Diane Bruce..

Tucking Mill, Treffgarne, Haverfordwest, Dyfed, Wales, Horsebreeder. 5th April 1983.

Allison & Humphreys, Kempson House, Camomile Street, London EC3A 7DS. (Charles William Humphreys and Michael Bower Manser.)

19th April 1984 SF (020)

Gazette Issue 49852 published on the 29 August 1984

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS

1914 AND 1926

RECEIVING ORDERS

ISMAY, William, unemployed, and ISMAY, Norma, unemployed, of 91 Inkerman Street, Preston, Lancashire, formerly MARKET TRADERS.

Court—PRESTON.

Date of Filing Petition—12th July 1984.

No. of Matter—29 of 1984.

Date of Receiving Order—14th August 1984.

No. of Receiving Order—34 of 1984.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition —Creditor's.

Act of Bankruptcy proved in Creditor's Petition —Section 1-1 (G), Bankruptcy Act 1914.

Gazette Issue 49854 published on the 31 August 1984

FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

ISMAY, William, unemployed and ISMAY, Norma, unemployed both of 91 Inkerman Street, Preston, Lancashire formerly MARKET TRADERS.

Court—PRESTON.

No. of Matter—29 of 1984.

Date of First Meeting—20th September 1984. 12 noon.

Place—The Official Receiver's Office, Petros House, St. Andrews Road North, St. Annes-on-Sea.

Date of Public Examination —13th November 1984. 10.30 a.m.

Place—Robert House, 2 Starkie Street, Preston

Gazette Issue 49879 published on the 25 September 1984

ADJUDICATIONS

ISMAY,-William, unemployed, and ISMAY, Nonna, unemployed, both residing and formerly carrying on business at 91 Inkerman Street, Preston, Lancashire under the style "Norma's Lingerie" as MARKET TRADERS.

Court—PRESTON.

No. of Matter—29 of 1984.

Date of Order—6th September 1984.

Date of Filing Petition —12th July 1984.

Gazette Issue 49892 published on the 9 October 1984

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Sir George

Newstead, 105 Golden Avenue, Angmering-on-Sea, West Sussex. 20th May 1984.

Malcolm Wilson & Cobby, 1 Highworth, Worthing, West Sussex. (Anthony John Viner.)

14th December 1984 (006)

Gazette Issue 49897 published on the 15 October 1984

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

REGULAR ARMY

The undermentioned Capt. (Q.M.s) to be Maj. (Q.M.s),

27th Sep. 1984:

R. J. L. ISMAY (502105).

Gazette Issue 50099 published on the 22 April 1985

ISMAY LAMPS LIMITED

At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at the Registered Office at Melton Road, Leicester LE4 7PD, on 11th April 1985, the following Special Resolution was duly passed

" That the Company be wound up voluntarily, and that David Blackett Rimington, of Osram (GEC) Limited P O Box 17, East Lane, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7PG, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purposes of such winding-up"

(824) J S Parker, Director and Secretary

Gazette Issue 50099 published on the 22 April 1985

Name of Company ISMAY LAMPS LIMITED

Nature of Business Formerly engaged in the MANUFACTURE, PURCHASE and SALE of ELECTRIC LAMPS and MACHINES for use in the LAMP INDUSTRY

Ceased to manufacture in 1969

Address of Registered Office Melton Road, Leicester LE4 7PD

Liquidator's Name and Address David Blackett Rimington, Osram (GEC) Limited, PO Box 17, East Lane, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 7PG

Date of Appointment llth April 1985

By whom Appointed Members (845)

Gazette Issue 50099 published on the 22 April 1985

ISMAY LAMPS LIMITED

Notice is hereby given that the Creditors of the above named Company are required, on or before 3rd May 1985, to send their names and addresses, with particulars of their debts or claims, and the names and addresses of their Solicitors (if any) to the undersigned David Blackett Rimington, of Osram (GEC) Limited, PO Box 17, East Lane, Wembley Middlesex HA9 7PG, the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if so required by notice in writing by the said Liquidator, are, by their Solicitors or personally, to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such tune and place as shall be specified in such notice, or MI default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved

D B Rimington, Liqudiator

NOTE. This notice is purely formal, and all known Creditors have been, or will be, paid in full

12th April 1985 (859)

Gazette Issue 50175 published on the 26 June 1985

ISMAY LAMPS LIMITED

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to sections 290 and 341 (l)(b) of the Companies Act 1948, that a General Meeting of the Members of the above-named Company will be held at the Registered Office of the Company at Melton Road, Leicester LE4 7PD, on Monday, 15th July 1985, at 10 30 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, for the purpose of having an account laid before them, and to receive the Liquidators report, showing how the winding-up of the Company has been conducted and its property disposed of, and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidator, and also of determining by Extraordinary Resolution the manner in which the books, accounts, papers and documents of the Company and of the Liquidator thereof, shall be disposed of Any Member entitled to attend and vote at the abovementioned Meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote instead of him, and such proxy need not also be a Member David Blackett Rimmgton Liquidator

18th June 1985 (886

Gazette Issue 50642 published on the 1 September 1986

GENERAL DUTIES (GROUND) BRANCH

Transfer to the Reserve

Flying Officer J. W. ISMAY (209695P), 3rd Jul. 1986.

Gazette Issue 50731 published on the 28 November 1986

NOTICE OF RELEASE OF TRUSTEE

ISMAY, William, unemployed, and ISMAY, Norma, unemployed, both residing and formerly carrying on business at 91 Inkerman Street, Preston, Lancashire under the style "Norma's Lingerie" as MARKET TRADERS.

Court—PRESTON.

No. of Matter—29 of 1984.

Trustee's Name, Address and Description—Official Receiver, Petros House, St. Andrews Road North, St. Annes, Lytham St. Annes.

Date of Release—16th October 1986.

Gazette Issue 51321 published on the 29 April 1988

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Lady Jeanette May

Thursby Nursing Home, St. Anneson-Sea, Lancashire. 15th February 1988.

Malcolm Wilson & Cobby, 3 Liverpool Terrace, Worthing, West Sussex. (Anthony John Viner and Roger John Wilson.)

8th July 1988 (006)

Gazette Issue 51794 published on the 27 June 1989

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

HALL, Lancelot James

Bridge House, Lerryn, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, Timber Merchant (Retired). 10th February 1989.

J & W H Sale & Son, 6 Iron Gate, Derby DEI 3FN, Solicitors. (Mabel Ruby Ismay, Lesley Yvonne Deegan and Janet Ann Ford.)

4th September 1989 (779)

Gazette Issue 52254 published on the 24 August 1990

ROYAL AIR FORCE RESERVE OF OFFICERS

GENERAL DUTIES (GROUND) BRANCH

COMMISSION RELINQUISHED

Flying Officer J. W. ISMAY (209695P) 3rd Jul. 1990.

Gazette Issue 52284 published on the 27 September 1990

T. & R. BUILDERS LIMITED

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 98 of the Insolvency Act 1986, that a Meeting of Creditors of T. & R. Builders Limited, will be held at The Tintern Room, The Hilton National Hotel, The Coldra, Newport, Gwent, on Thursday, 11th October 1990, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purposes provided for in sections 98 and 100. Proxies to be used at the meeting must be lodged at the registered office of the Company at All Saints Chambers, Eign Gate, Hereford HA4 OAE, not later than 4 o'clock on 10th October 1990. A list of the names and addresses of the Company's Creditors will be available for inspection at the offices of Panned Kerr Forster, All Saints Chambers, Eign Gate, Hereford on the two business days falling next before the day of the Meeting.

T. J. Ismay, Director

24th September 1990. (26

Gazette Issue 52504 published on the 15 April 1991

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

REGULAR ARMY

Late Entry

Lt.-Col. R. J. L. ISMAY (502105) retires on retired pay, 15th Apr. 1991 and is appointed to Res. of Offrs.

Gazette Issue 52828 published on the 10 February 1992

BANKRUPTCY ACTS AND

INSOLVENCY ACT

BANKRUPTCY ORDERS

ISMAY, Barrie, Contracts Manager of 168 Stanks Drive, Leeds LS14.

Court—LEEDS.

Date of Filing Petition— 14th January 1992.

No. of Matter—9 of 1992.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—14th January 1992.

Whether Debtor's or Creditor's Petition, or Petition after Criminal Bankruptcy Order—Debtor's.

Gazette Issue 53138 published on the 17 December 1992

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

DAVIS, Derek James

27 Perracombe, Furzton, Milton Keynes MK4 1EP. 14th August 1992.

Budd Martin Burrett, Harbur House, 2 Tindal Street, Chelmsford CM1 1EX. (Susan Elizabeth King and Allison Miriam Ismay.)

22nd February 1993 (030)

Gazette Issue 53270 published on the 8 April 1993

The Estate of HUGH and JOAN ISMAY, t/a Arrow Car Van and Truck Rental (Dunfermline) at Texaco Filling Station, Hospital Hill, Dunfermline and Hugh Ismay and Joan Ismay, Spouses, both residing at Primrose Farmhouse, Primrose Lane, Rosyth, Fife, the whole partners thereof as such partners and as individuals was sequestrated by the Sheriff at Dunfermline, on 18th March 1993, and George Stewart Paton, 13 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 1HY, has been appointed by the Court to act as Interim Trustee on the sequestrated Estate.

Any Creditor of the Debtor named above is invited to submit his statement of claim in the prescribed form, with any supporting accounts or vouchers, to the Interim Trustee. Claims should be stated as at the date of sequestration which was 18th March 1993. Any Creditor known to the Interim Trustee will be notified of the date, time and place of the statutory Meeting of Creditors to elect a Permanent Trustee.

G. S. Paton, Interim Trustee

1st April 1993. (161)

Gazette Issue 53496 published on the 26 November 1993

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division) Companies Court. No. 009141 of 1993

In the Matter of EYOT (WALTON ON THAMES) LIMITED and hi the Matter of the Insolvency Act 1986

A Petition to wind up the above-named Company of Reddin House, 278 Mitcham Lane, London S.W.16, presented on 21st October 1993 by Ricky Ismay, of "Bevthen", Wheatleys Eyot, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex, claiming to be a Creditor of the Company, will be heard at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL, on Wednesday, 8th December 1993, at 10.30 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as the Petition can be heard).

Any person intending to appear on the hearing of the Petition (whether to support or oppose it) must give notice of intention to do so to the Petitioner or his Solicitor in accordance with Rule 4.16 by 1600 hours on Tuesday, 7th December 1993.

The Petitioner's Solicitor is Baron Teague Partnership, Langtry House, 441 Richmond Road, East Twickenham, Middlesex TW12.

24th November 1993.

Gazette Issue 54375 published on the 19 April 1996

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Harold

27 Jackson Road, Salterbeck, Workington, Cumbria. 11th November 1995.

Cain & Hall, 68 Curzon Street, Maryport, Cumbria CA15 6DA. (George Ismay.)

20th June 1996 (001)

Gazette Issue 55011 published on the 12 January 1998

ISMAY, Derek Shane, Care Assistant, of 14a Walesby Drive, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottingham NG17 7PF, and also known as Derek Webster.

Court—NOTTINGHAM.

Date of Filing Petition—7th October 1997.

No. of Matter—351 of 1997.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—7th October 1997.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Debtor’s.

Official Receiver—Huntingdon Court Annex, 90-94 Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG1 3HH.

Gazette Issue 56747 published on the 11 November 2002

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Ellen Florence Mary

4 Deacon Road, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6LT. Drama Teacher (Retired) 19 April 2002.

Kagan Moss & Co., 22 The Causeway, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 0HF. Solicitors.

12 January 2003 (007)

Gazette Issue 57215 published on the 24 February 2004

STATEMENT BY OPERATOR 18 February 2004. (1005)

MERCHANT PLACE SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 10 of the Limited Partnerships Act 1907, that Merchant Place Corporate Finance Limited has assigned its entire interest in Merchant Place School Partnership, a Limited Partnership registered in England (No LP8849) to Ruth French and Mary Ismay and that Merchant Place Corporate Finance Limited has therefore ceased to be a Limited Partner in the Partnership. Partnership Incorporations Limited, acting as Operator of Merchant Place School Partnership. (271)

Gazette Issue 57793 published on the 21 October 2005

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

WOOLLER, Frances Matilda Jennifer

14 Woodmere Court, Avenue Road, Southgate, London N14. Housewife Widow. 3 March 2005

Crane & Staples, Longcroft House Fretherne Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL8 6TU. (E Ismay.)

6 January 2006 (823)

Gazette Issue 57980 published on the 11 May 2006

ISMAY, Christine, a production worker of 12 Lismore Place, Pendover,

Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE15 6OY. Court—NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE.

Date of Filing Petition—5th May 2006.

No. of Matter—555 of 2006.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—5th May 2006.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Debtor’s.

Official Receiver—1st Floor, Melbourne House, Pandon Bank, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 2JQ.

(2147)

Gazette Issue 58286 published on the 28 March 2007

Name of Deceased (Surname first)

Address, description and date of death of Deceased

Names, addresses and description of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives

Date before which notices of claims to be given

ISMAY, Walter Nicholas

8 & 9 The Close, New Street, Saffron Meadow, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire CV37 6DG and 39 Courtenay Place, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 3NQ. 25 August 2006.

Scott Bailey Solicitor & Mediators, 63 High Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9ZT. (Ian Douglass Storey Davis and William Derek Peel-Yates)

8 June 2007 (209937)

Gazette Issue 58828 published on the 18 September 2008

ISMAY, Phillip, Of 164 Grove Green Road Leytonstone London E11 4EL Occupation Unknown.

Court—HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

Date of Filing Petition—14 April 2008.

No. of Matter—3115 of 2008.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—11 September 2008.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Creditor’s.

Official Receiver—21 Bloomsbury Street, London, WC1B 3SS. (616136

Gazette Issue 58899 published on the 1 December 2008

ISMAY, Colleen Theresa, Unemployed, 67 Linwood Drive, Coventry CV2 2LZ, also known as Colleen Theresa Laing, lately residing at 67 Linwood Drive, Coventry CV2 2LZ, formerly of 36 Leopold Road, Coventry CV1 5BZ.

Court—COVENTRY COUNTY COURT.

Date of Filing Petition—21 November 2008.

No. of Matter—70592 of 2008.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—21 November 2008.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Debtor’s.

Official Receiver—Level 4, Cannon House, 18 Priory Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6FD. (674693)

Gazette Issue 59061 published on the 13 May 2009

DREYER, Susan, also known as Susan Hunter and Susan Ismay, a Nurse of 42 Dominies Close, Rowlands Gill, Tyne & Wear, NE39 1PA and lately residing at 53 Barkwood Road, Highfield, Rowlands Gill, Tyne & Wear, NE39 2UE.

Court—NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE COUNTY COURT.

Date of Filing Petition—7 May 2009.

No. of Matter—1495 of 2009.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—7 May 2009.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Debtor’s.

Official Receiver—1st Floor, Melbourne House, Pandon Bank, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 2JQ. (816200

Gazette Issue 59158 published on the 17 August 2009

ISMAY, Stephen William, a Company Director, residing at 15 Timpsons Row, Olney, Buckinghamshire, MK46 4JJ.

Court—NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT.

Date of Filing Petition—27 July 2009.

No. of Matter—1198 of 2009.

Date of Bankruptcy Order—27 July 2009.

Whether Debtor’s or Creditor’s Petition—Debtor’s.

Official Receiver—Sol House, 29 St Katherines Street, Northampton, NN1 2QZ. (897418)

 

The Manchester Times

Friday, October 9, 1891

Deaths
 Ismay – October 1, at Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire, suddenly aged 6 months Henry Bruce, infant son of J. Bruce and Florence Ismay

The Morning Chronicle

Monday, November 7, 1853

On the 2nd inst, at his residence, 4, Guildford Lawn, Dover, Thomas Ismay, sen, Esq age 75

The Morning Post

Monday, January 20, 1862

Marriages

Bell – Ismay

On the 16th inst, at Christ Church, Croydon by the Rev H.S. Craig, assisted by the Rev O.B. Byers, incumbent of the parish, the Rev W.C. Bell, chaplain, Jessore, Bengal, to Mary, second daughter of Thomas Ismay, esq of Bensham House, Thornton Heath

Thursday, July 17, 1879

Deaths

Ismay – On the 13th Inst., at 67, Oxford road, Ealing, W. Ismay in his sixty fifth year

Sunday, October 31, 1881

ISMAY - KEBBEL. On the 27th inst, at Christ Church, Lee, Kent, by the Rev W. Ostle, chaplain at St Bartholomew Hospital assisted by Rev W.F. Sims, Vicar, John Sealby Ismay, youngest son of the late Joseph Ismay, of Maryport, Cumberland, to Marianna youngest daughter of the late Henry Kebbel of Clayton House, Elthem and Lee terrace, Blackheath.

Monday, July 03, 1882

Births

Ismay – On the 29th ult., at Eckington Vicarage, Worcestershire, the wife of the Rev.W. Ismay, of a son

Thursday, June 17, 1886

Deaths

Ismay – on the 13th Inst., at Eastbourne, Henry Sealby, infant son of John Sealby Ismay of 37 Lee Terrace, Blackheath, aged ? months

Tuesday, December 11, 1888

Marriages

On the 4th inst., at the Church of the Heavenly Rest, New York. By the Rev Dr huntingdon, of Grace Church, assisted by the Rev Dr. Morgan, J. Bruce Ismay, eldest son of Thomas H Ismay, Dawpool, Thurstaston, Cheshire, to Florence, eldest daughter of George R Scheiffelin, of New York U.S.A.

Tuesday, April 07, 1891

Births

Ismay – On the 3rd  Inst at 444 Madison Avenue, New York, the wife of J Bruce Ismay, of a son

Friday, September 01, 1893

Birth

ISMAY  - On Wednesday 30th ult at Chrisleton Rectory, Cheshire, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter

Monday, April 15, 1895

Birth

ISMAY  - On 12th inst at Caldy Manor, West Kirby, the Lady Margaret Ismay, of a daughter

Wednesday, April 29, 1896

Marriages

Drage - Ismay

On the 28th inst,  at the Parish Church, Thurstaston, Cheshire, by the Bishop of Chichester, assisted by Evelyn Dage, M.A., brother of the bridegroom, and  the Rev Alymer Frost M.A., rector of Thustaston, Geoffrey Drage, M.P., son of Charles Drage, M.D., of Hatfield, to Ethel Sealby, eldest daughter of  Thomas Henry Ismay, D.L., of  Dawpool, Cheshire

The Newcastle Courant

1 Jan 1774

Marriages
Sunday, was married at Wigton, Mr Ismay’s {John} eldest son and heir of Mr Ismay of Waverton to Miss Betty Grave, 2nd daughter of Mrs Cath Grave of Wigton, an amiable young lady, with a handsome future and unblemished character – after the ceremony was over, the married couple and their relations set out for his father’s house at Waverton.

19 Nov 1768

Marriages
Tuesday was married at Chester le Street Mr Thomas Ismay, an eminent hop merchant here to Miss Huntley, daughter of the late Mr Martin Huntley of Gateshead, an amiable young lady with a handsome fortune

22nd Feb 1783

Marriages
A few days ago, by the Rev Mr Barnes, Mr Ismay of Vauxhall, London to Miss Wilson of Aikton, immediately after the ceremony they set off for London

9th Dec 1786

Death
A few days ago at Burgh upon Sands, Mrs Ismay, relicit of the Rev Mr Ismay of that place

11th Feb 1792

Marriages
Thursday at Heworth, Thomas Ismay, junior of Crow Hall, esq, to Miss Rose daughter in law to Mr Kirsop, wine merchant in this town

16th Sep 1792

Notices
Gamekeepers – Thomas Ismay, junior Crowhall, gent

1st Aug 1795

Notices
Committee fro purchasing grain included MR Thomas Ismay

5th July 1800

Marriages
Married at Caldwell, Mr Alexandre Dounie of Orton to Miss Elizabeth Ismay of Coldbeck

Jan 1801

Death
On the 27th January 1801 death of Mr Ismay, at Thorsby aged 78 years

6th Mar 1802

Death
Death of Mrs Ismay, at Parton near Wigton in the 80th year of her life

11th Jul 1807, Saturday

Death
Thursday last, at St Ann’s, much respected Mrs Ismay, wife of Mr Thomas Ismay of this town

1st Dec 1810; Saturday

Death
Wednesday senn, Mr Thomas Ismay, junior of Newcastle

15 January 1814. Page 4 Column 5

Marriages
Thomas Ismay deceased of Heworth, marriage of his daughter, of Elswick Cottage, to Jas Proctor, Ncle flax merchant

11 May 1816

Death
On April 21st 1816, death of Mr Thomas Ismay of Elswick formerly of this town, aged 76 years

23 Nov 1816, Saturday

Death
On 20th November 1816, death of Mr John Ismay at Town Sutton near Maidstone, Kent, master of the free grammar school at that place.

27 May 1820. Page 4 Column 3

Marriages
Mr Archibald Mitchelson of Heworth Mill to Miss Dorothy Ismay of Heworth

Friday, November 18, 1859

Marriages
At Whickham on the 10th inst, Mr Andrew Hurst of Team, nephew to the Rev. Bylth Hurst to Margaret Ann daughter of Thomas Ismay, builder, Whickham

Friday, July 12, 1861

Funeral of the Late Richard Grainger, Esq.

The Procession

Newcastle Company of the 1st Northumberland Artillery
(Sixteen ranks, four deep), under the command of Captain Ismay

Friday, March 13, 1863

 

Marriages
At Newcastle, St John’s Church on the 10th inst, Mr Robert Elliott, Chemist of Gateshead to Elizabeth second daughter of Mr E. Ismay, of this town.

Friday, June 19, 1863

Death
At Whickham on the 12th inst, aged 86 Mr John Ismay

Friday, September 11, 1863

Birth.
At Wylam, on the 10th inst., the wife of J. Ismay Atkinson, Esq., Surgeon, of a son.

Friday, November 6, 1863

Death
At Whickham on the 1st inst, aged 85 Mr Ellison Ismay, Gardener

Friday, January 27, 1865

Marriages
At Newcastle, St John’s Church. On the 22nd inst, Mr William Turnbull, Butcher, to Elizabeth Ann eldest daughter of Mr John Ismay, Whickham.

Friday, September 29, 1865

Marriages
At Jesmond Church on the 27th inst, William fourth son of George Newstead, Esq., surgeon, Bubwith, Selby, Yorkshire to Elizabeth second daughter of Thomas Ismay, Esq., of Whickham

Friday, April 13, 1866

Marriages
At Whickham at St Mary’s Church Church on the 1st inst, John second son of John Nixon, of Wylam to Hannah Mary second daughter of John Ismay, of Whickham

Friday, January 1, 1869

Death
At Whickham on the 28th ult, aged 87,Hannah relicit of the late Mr Ellison Ismay.

Friday, December 23, 1870

Marriages
At Whickham at St Mary’s Church, on the 19th inst., Edwin Clarkson, Rotherhide, Surrey, to Margaret Frances daughter of John Ismay, Whickham.

Friday, January 16, 1874

Death
At 51, Railway Street on the same day {11th inst}, aged 55 Joseph Ismay.

Friday, June 26, 1874

Marriages
Carlisle, at St Cuthbert’s on the 10th inst, John George son of John Ismay, Whickham, to Maggie daughter of R.G. Blacklock, Carlisle.

Friday, November 17, 1876

Marriages
At Whickham Parish Church, on the 14th inst., by the Rev H.B. Carr, Rector, David Sinclair, Whickham, to Rachel youngest daughter of the late Thomas Ismay, of the same place. No cards

Friday, April 12, 1878

Death
At Whickham on the 9th inst, aged 64, Esther widow of the late Thomas Ismay., builder

Friday, May 24 1878

Marriages
At {Newcastle} Peter’s Church, on the 21st inst., Fred M. Davidson, to Isabella second daughter of John Ismay.

Friday, March 25, 1881

Birth.
At 45, Eldon Street, on the 19th inst., the wife of M.P. Ismay, of a son.

Friday, September 9 1881

Marriages
At {Newcastle} Peter’s Church, on the 6th inst., by the Rev C Raines, Charles son of the late John Ismay, Esq.,  to Dora daughter of the late William Hutton, Esq., The Chesters Jesmond.

Friday, June 9, 1882

Birth.
At 6, Framlington Place, on the 4th inst., the wife of P. Ismay, of a son.

Friday, November 24, 1882

Birth.
At 1, Sydenham Terrace, on the 19th inst., the wife of M.P. Ismay, of a daughter.

Friday, June 6, 1884

Death
At Whickham on the 29th ult, aged 76, Frances the wife of John Ismay.
On the 4th inst, aged 72, John Ismay

Friday, October 28, 1887

Death
North Shields, 13 Coburg Terrace, (the residence of his son in law Capt Adamson) on the 26th inst, aged 73, Ellison Ismay, carver and guilder, late of High bridge, eldest brother of  the late John Ismay, wholesale druggist, Newcastle. Interment on Sunday. |Friends please accept this as the only intimation.

Friday, June 8, 1888

Death
37, Osbourne Road, (the residence of her son in law Charles Ismay) on the 3rd inst, Jane, widow of the late William Hutton, of the Chesters, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Saturday, December 13, 1890

Birth.
Low Fell, Westmoreland House, on the 9th inst., the wife of T.P. Ismay, of a daughter.

Saturday, December 17, 1892

Death
Whitley. 13, Victoria Avenue, on the 11th inst, Isabella, widow of Fred Davidson, and the daughter of the late John Ismay, Newcastle.

Saturday, June 9, 1894

Birth.
At 1, Sydenham Terrace, on the 6th inst., the wife of M.P. Ismay, of a daughter.

Saturday, November 3, 1894

Death
Newcastle. 7, Victoria Square, on the 25th ult, suddenly, Dora, wife of Charles D Ismay.

Saturday, August 17, 1895

Death
Riding Mill, Woodville, on the 12th inst, John George Vipond son of the late John Ismay of Newcastle.

Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Death Notices 2nd November 1885 - 31 December 1906 (Extracted from GENUKI WEB Site)

Ismay , Charles Edward

8 Apr 1902

21

Greenhow Terrace

Ismay , Elizabeth

2 Feb 1895

69

Newcastle

Ismay , Elizabeth Ann

4 Feb 1901

33

Battlefield

Ismay , Ellison

12 Apr 1901

82

Whickham

Ismay , Esther

15 Apr 1901

53

Gateshead

Ismay , George

8 Feb 1902

 

London

Ismay , Hannah

31 May 1889

65

Newcastle

Ismay , James J.

4 May 1906

46

Harwick Hospital

Ismay , John George

16 May 1906

29

Whickham

Ismay , John Snowdon

11 Nov 1905

35

High Buckingham Street

Ismay , Thomas

30 Dec 1898

32

Newcastle

Ismay , William

12 Nov 1900

28

Newcastle

 

The Pall Mall Gazette

Wednesday, April 4, 1877

Marriages
Ismay – Weber. - At St Mark’s, Hamilton Terrace, Rev William Ismay, M.A. Vicar of Eckington, Worcestershire, to Florence daughter of the late Mr. C.F. Weber, of Portsdown Road. Apr 2

Thursday, October 2, 1879

Births
Daughters

Ismay, wife of Rev W Ismay, Vicar of Eckington, Worcestershire, Sep 24

Saturday, January 27, 1883

Births
Daughters

Ismay, Mrs J.S. Ismay, at Lee Terrace, Blackheath, Jan 25

The Preston Guardian

Saturday, January 16, 1875

Deaths Preston: -  Since Our Last?
Mary Ismay, Singleton row, 50

The Standard

Monday, May 20, 1850

Deaths
On the 17th inst, at Walworth, Mr Joseph Ismay, of Great Guildford street, Southwark, aged 69

Tuesday, December 21, 1875

 

Marriages

Ismay – Read

8th Ult, at St John’s Church, Raipur, Central Provinces, by the Rev A.W. Rebach, Stanley Ismay, Bengal Civil Service, to Beatrice daughter of Hastings Read, Deputy Commissioner

Thursday, April 05, 1877

Marriages.

Ismay – Weber

2nd, at St Mark’s, Hamilton Terrace, London, by the Rev. Canon Duckworth, the Rev William Ismay M.A., Vicar of Eckington, Worcestershire, to Florence, fourth daughter of the late C.F. Weber, Esq., of Portsdown road, London. W.

Saturday, September 10, 1881

Marriages.

Ismay – Hutton

Sept 6, at St Peter’s church, Newcastle on Tyne, by Rev C Raines, Charles son of the late John Ismay esq., Saville Place to Dora, daughter of the late William Hutton, Esq., The Chesters, Jesmond

Sunday, October 31, 1881

 

ISMAY – KEBBEL. October 27, at Christchurch, Lee, Kent, by the Rev W Ostle, chaplain to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, assisted by the Rev W.F. Simms, vicar, John Sealby Ismay, youngest son of the late Joseph Ismay, of Maryport, Cumberland, to Marianna youngest daughter of the late Henry Kebbel of Clayton House, Eltham and Lee terrace, Blackheath