Chauncy, Lang

Firm Details

People & Investments (7)

 Partner
 Other partner
 Other partner
 Name partner
 Name partner
 Name partner
 Investment in Firm

Firm Evolutions (7)

1805 →
Lang, Turing [London Gazette]
1811 →
Robert Lang & Co. 39 Wilson Street Finsbury Square [P.O.]
1820 →
Lang, Chauncy & Lucas 39 Wilson Street Finsbury Square [P.O.]
1834 →
39 Wilson Street Finsbury Square [Pig1832-1834]
1840 →
Chauncy & Lang 39 Wilson Street Finsbury Square [P.O.]
1850 →
Nath. S. Chauncy 39 Wilson Street Finsbury Square [P.O.]
1863 →
Nathaniel Snell Chauncy 5 Tokenhouse Yard [P.O.]

Notes

  1. This firm grew out of George Baillie & co. (q.v.) whose partners other than George Baillie (i.e. Robert Lang, John Turing, Nathaniel Snell and Lord Reay) traded between 1800 and 1805 under the firm Lang, Turing & Co., as West India merchants.  On May 1 1805 Nathaniel Snell and Lord Reay retired, Robert Lang and John Turing continuing.

 

  1. P.M. Lucas, partner with N. S Chauncy and C. P. Lang in Chauncy, Lucas and Lang, died on or about 27/11/1830

 

  1. Nathaniel Snell Chauncy and Nathaniel Bannerman Chauncy t/a/ Chauncy & Son (39 Wilson St. Finsbury) dissolved 18/10/1843

 

  1. C. P. Lang (of Lang & Lang) late of Wilson St and Frensham d. December 1842

 

  1. Charles Snell Chauncy 'formerly of Austin Friars and then of Theobalds Herts', identified as son of William Snell (1719-4 February 1779, merchant of Austin Friars trading with the West Indies) and of Martha, daughter of Charles Chauncey, married his cousin Amelia, daughter of Nathaniel Chauncey, died 6 July 1809, left £125,000

Sources

  1. London Gazette 15803 30/4/1805 p. 592.

 

  1. London Gazette19835 13/3/1840 p. 644

 

  1. London Gazette 20271 20/10/1843 p. 6

 

  1. London Gazette 20745 18/6/1847 p. 22

 

  1. Rubinstein 'Who were the rich?' Vol. 1 1809/18 pp. 32-3