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William Malcolm

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William Malcolm (c1831- ) of Seend Furnaces, near Melksham, Wiltshire trading as Malcolm and Co

1871 Living at Marsh House, Bromham, Wilts: William Malcolm (age 40 born Argyll), Justice of the Peace, Landowner and Ironmaster. With his two daughters Mary E. L. Malcolm (age 7 born Argyll) and Stella V. A. Malcolm (age 4 born Argyll). Eight servants.[1]

1873 Liquidation. '...Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Malcolm, and Samuel Smythe Malcolm, both of 19, St. Swithin's-lane, in the city of London, and of Seend Iron Works, Melksham, in the county of Wilts, and of 22, Exchange-square, Glasgow, Merchants and Copartners, trading under the styles or firms of Malcolms and Co., and W. and S. S. Malcolm and Co....'[2]

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