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James Mayer

Constitution A co partnership or sole proprietor
Date of Formation pre-1867
Date of Dissolution post-1868
Registered Office not known
Property works at Coed Talon or Tryddyn, precise location unknown.

The firm of James Mayer is not listed in the 1865 coal commission report but is listed in the 1868 Slater's trade directory as having works at Coed Talon. Bankruptcy proceedings descibe Mayer's oil works as being located in Tryddyn.



MAYER James, [Dec. 24,] now oil manufacturer, Penymynydd, carrying on business at Tryddyn ; sur. 10th Jan. 12. Cy-ct—Liverpool. O.A.—Turner. Sol—J. P. Cartwright, Chester

Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - 28th December 1867


Notice is hereby given, that Henry James Perry Esq. The commissioner of Her Majesty's Court of Bankruptcy for the Liverpool district did, on the 30th day of January 1868, grant an Order of Discharge to James Mayer, now in lodgings at Penymynydd, in the parish of Hope in the county of Flint, carrying on business at Tryddyn, in the said county of Flint, Oil Manufacturer, who was adjudged bankrupt under a Petition for adjudication filed by him in the said court on the 24th day of December 1867 and that such Order of Discharge will be drawn up and delivered to the said James Mayer, unless an appeal be duly entered within thirty days from the said 30th day of January 1868.

The London Gazette 11th February 1868









































































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