1807, Failure of Cork Bank, Cotter and Kellets, with Liabilities of £420,000
Kellet Lawyers probably related:
|1824, 1843||Henry Kellett||Barrister, Commissioner of Bankrupts, 10 Charlotte Quay, 1825 appointed Advocate at Consistory Court by Rev. Heard Vicar general.||Jane 4th daughter married William Parker Goad, Esq., HEICS, Pigot 1824||John T Collins, newspaper extracts Dr. Casey Vol 6. Subscriber to Cork Library 1820||1830 Finny Almanac, does terms in Dublin||
|1795, 1837||Henry (de) Castres Kellett||Admitted Lincoln’s Inns, Barrister 1800. Advocate Consistory Court, Commissioner in Bankruptcy||Youngest son of Richard Esq. Daughter Anna Matilda m Archdeacon Alexander Stuary later of Ross Cathedral their son Henry b 1840 assumed name Chudleigh under will of Sir William Kellett, Bart 1895||Dublin Almanac 1837. Treble Almanac 1832.|
Family and Education
b. ?.1787, 1st s. of Sir James Laurence Cotter, 2nd Bt., MP [I], by 2nd w. Isabella, da. of Rev. James Hingston, vicar of Aglish, wid. of George Brereton of Carrigslaney, co. Carlow. educ. Trinity, Dublin 30 Oct. 1804, aged 17; BA 1809, LLB, LLD 1820. m. 1 Jan. 1820, Helena Trydell, da. and coh. of James Lombard of Lombardstown, co. Cork, 1s.suc. fa. as 3rd Bt. 9 Feb. 1813.
Capt. Mallow inf. 1813.
Cotter’s father, a senior partner in the Cork bank of Cotter and Kellet, sat in the Irish parliament for nearly 25 years. His political chief was Lord Shannon, and after he had supported the Union his patron pressed government to reward him. Lord Hardwicke, noting that he resided in England, suggested an inspectorship of Irish tontines. In 1807 the Cork bank failed, with liabilities of £420,000.1