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1826 Bankruptcy '...[[William Leahy]] and [[Jacob Mills Davey]], of the Grove, Great Guildford-Street, in the Comity of Surrey...'<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/18384/page/1676 The London Gazette Publication date:3 August 1827 Issue:18384 Page:1676]</ref>
  
 
1829 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership subsisting between us, [[William Leahy]] and [[James Easton]], of the Grove, Great Guildford-Street, in the Borough of Southwark, Millwrights and Engineers is this day dissolved by mutual consent; and the said business will in future be carried on by the said William Leahy; and all debts dne to and from the said Partnership are to be received and paid by the said James Easton, his Executors, Adminisirators, or Assigns...'<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/18564/page/630 The London Gazette Publication date:3 April 1829 Issue:18564 Page:630]</ref>
 
1829 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership subsisting between us, [[William Leahy]] and [[James Easton]], of the Grove, Great Guildford-Street, in the Borough of Southwark, Millwrights and Engineers is this day dissolved by mutual consent; and the said business will in future be carried on by the said William Leahy; and all debts dne to and from the said Partnership are to be received and paid by the said James Easton, his Executors, Adminisirators, or Assigns...'<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/18564/page/630 The London Gazette Publication date:3 April 1829 Issue:18564 Page:630]</ref>
  
1832 William Leahy, millwright, Grove, Great Guildford Street, declared bankrupt.
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1832 William Leahy, millwright, Grove, Great Guildford Street, declared bankrupt.<ref>
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Gore's Liverpool General Advertiser - Thursday 27 December 1832</ref>
  
 
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1826 Bankruptcy '...William Leahy and Jacob Mills Davey, of the Grove, Great Guildford-Street, in the Comity of Surrey...'[1]

1829 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership subsisting between us, William Leahy and James Easton, of the Grove, Great Guildford-Street, in the Borough of Southwark, Millwrights and Engineers is this day dissolved by mutual consent; and the said business will in future be carried on by the said William Leahy; and all debts dne to and from the said Partnership are to be received and paid by the said James Easton, his Executors, Adminisirators, or Assigns...'[2]

1832 William Leahy, millwright, Grove, Great Guildford Street, declared bankrupt.[3]

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