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  • #46
    Originally posted by D.J.Adams View Post

    They were both Master Mariners with their own ships.

    Times were tough,Henry lost his ship and became a grocer.

    Theophilus was declared bankrupt on May 4,1830,before HGS was born.

    All well before 1888.
    That’s interesting, Dave. What can you tell us about the ship Henry Sr lost.

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    • #47
      |n case it helps anyone on this thread the Baltic Exchange works on arranging and pricing of ships cargoes and other technical matters relating ship's paperwork.
      St. Mary Axe is no more than a Street but at one time was home to the Head Offices of various shipping companies; today St. Mary Axe is home to many law companies speciallising in marine law matters..

      Hope you all have a Great New Year.
      John

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      • #48
        Originally posted by John Savage View Post
        |n case it helps anyone on this thread the Baltic Exchange works on arranging and pricing of ships cargoes and other technical matters relating ship's paperwork.
        St. Mary Axe is no more than a Street but at one time was home to the Head Offices of various shipping companies; today St. Mary Axe is home to many law companies speciallising in marine law matters..

        Hope you all have a Great New Year.
        John
        Thanks, John!

        As posted above:

        http://www.aldgatewardclub.org/wp-co...b-to-share.pdf

        However, the Baltic exchange wasn’t in St Mary Axe until the early 20th century, so why is it relevant? I’m just curious as to how the fact that the exchange relocated to a street close to Mitre Square in 1903 fits into Dave’s theory?


        Happy New Year!

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