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Barnes, Isaac Edmestone (1857–1930), land surveyor and businessman, was born on 2 June 1857 in Highholborn Street, Kingston, Jamaica, the eldest legitimate son of William Barnes (1832–1891) and his wife, Amelia, née Johnson (c.1834–1893), coffee planters of Kraal district in the mountains of ...

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Blake, Charles Henry (1794–1872), property speculator, was born in Calcutta, the son of Benjamin Blake, a sea captain who had been plying the route to India since 1775. Soon after 1794 his father left the sea and became an indigo planter in Bengal...

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Campbell, Lord Neil, of Ardmaddie (c. 1630–1692), colonial speculator, was the second of six children of Archibald Campbell, marquess of Argyll (1605x7–1661), and his wife, Lady Margaret (1610–1678), second daughter of William Douglas, seventh earl of Morton; his parents lived mainly at Inveraray, Argyll...

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Croghan, George (d. 1782), colonial official and land speculator in America, was born in Dublin, though further details of his parents and upbringing are uncertain. Before moving to America in 1741 he is known to have married. His daughter Susannah was born in 1750. In later life he lived with the daughter of a Mohawk chief, with whom he had a second daughter, ...

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Dellal, Jack (1923–2012), financier and property dealer, was born on 2 October 1923 at 31 Sandileigh Avenue, Withington, a prosperous Manchester suburb, the son of Salman Aboudy, otherwise Solomon, Dellal (1880–1940), businessman, and his wife Charlotte, formerly Beher, née Shashona (1888–1970), both Iraqi Jewish emigrés who had arrived in ...

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Grainger, Richard (1797–1861), builder and property speculator, was born on 9 October 1797 in High Friar Lane, Newcastle upon Tyne, the youngest of the six children of Thomas Grainger (d. c.1810), a quayside porter, and his wife, Amelia, née Burt or Brunt (1755–1835)...

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Hardoon, Silas Aaron (1851–1931), merchant and property owner, was born in Baghdad, one of the six children of Aaron Hardoon. He moved with his family to Bombay about 1856. His family was poor and he received only an elementary education, possibly supported by the local ...

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Imlay, Gilbert (1754–1828), land speculator and author, was born on 9 February 1754 in Monmouth county, New Jersey, the son of Peter Imlay, landowner. His upbringing remains obscure but it is known that he served as a paymaster and lieutenant in the American revolutionary army in the American War of Independence between 1777 and 1778 before being wounded in action. Following his military service ...

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Sir Maxwell Joseph (1910–1982) by Elliott & Fry ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Joseph, Sir Maxwell [formerly Max] (1910–1982), hotelier and property dealer, was born Max Joseph on 31 May 1910, at 21 Whitechapel Road, London, the second of the three sons of Jack Joseph, a journeyman tailor and property dealer, and his wife, Sarah Orler...

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Kemp, Thomas Read (1782–1844), property speculator, was born on 23 December 1782, at 169 High Street, Lewes, Sussex, the younger surviving child and only son of Thomas Kemp (bap. 1745, d. 1811), wool merchant and MP, and his wife, Anne (1748/9–1807), daughter of ...

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Lempriere, Charles (1818–1901), politician and speculator, born at Exeter on 21 September 1818, was second son of John Lemprière (c. 1765–1824), compiler of the Classical Dictionary, and his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of John Deane of Salisbury. He entered Merchant Taylors' School in February 1825 and matriculated at ...

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Littman, Joseph Aaron (1898–1953), property investor, was born in Russia into a peasant family. Poverty deprived him of an education and in later life he could still hardly sign his name. However, as Edward Erdman later recalled, 'he knew how to deal with people' (...

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Losse, Hugh (d. 1555), administrator and property speculator, was born in Needham, in the south of Norfolk, probably in the early sixteenth century. He had at least one brother, Thomas, and two sisters, Margaret and Rose. Little is known of his early life but it seems likely that he remained in ...

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Montgomery, Sir Robert, of Skelmorlie, fifth baronet (1680–1731), property speculator and author in America, was born at Skelmorlie Castle, Ayrshire, the son of Sir James Montgomery of Skelmorlie, fourth baronet (c. 1654–1694), and Lady Margaret (1654–1726), second daughter of James Johnstone, second earl of Annandale...

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Perrot, Robert (c. 1478–1550), church musician and land speculator, was the second son of George Perrot, gentleman, of Haroldston, near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, and Isabel Langdale of Langdale, near Scarborough, Yorkshire. He was born at Hackness, immediately neighbouring Langdale. Of his education and musical training nothing is known, though an early connection with ...

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Joseph Pitt (1759–1842) by William Mulready, early 19th cent. ? The Cheltenham Trust and Cheltenham Borough Council

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Pitt, Joseph (1759–1842), property developer and politician, was born in 1759 at Little Witcombe, a hamlet in Badgeworth, Gloucestershire, where he was baptized at the parish church on 24 June, the youngest of five sons of Joseph Pitt, a yeoman farmer, and his wife, ...

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Reichmann, Moshe Yosef [Paul] (1930–2013), property developer, was born in Vienna on 27 September 1930, the fifth of six children and fourth of five sons of Samuel Reichmann (1898–1975), a wealthy egg merchant, and his wife, Renée, née Gestetner (1898–1990). The Reichmann family were deeply observant Jews. They had moved in 1923 from the town of ...