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George Psycha

Male Abt 1800 -


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  • Name George Psycha 
    Born Abt 1800 
    Gender Male 
    Notes 
    • George Psicha, Ralli and Psicha, 14 Brunswick Buildings, Liverpool, merchant and George Panteleon Psicha, 27, Brunswick Buildings, Liverpool, merchant, were investors in The Commercial Bank Of Alexandria Limited (London Gazette 28 Feb 1877).
    • George Psicha was partners with Constantine Michael Ralli, Theodore Michael Ralli, Antonio Michael Raili, Stephen Psicha, Theseus Psicha and Hector Psicha in Ralli and Psicha, Liverpool and as Antonio M. Ralli, General Merchants, Alexandria, Egypt until he and Hector retired 8 May 1871 (London Gazette 27 Oct 1871). Stephen Psicha left the firm 31 Oct 1872 (London Gazette 25 Dec 1877).
    • Georges Georges Psicha, Brunswick Buildings, Liverpool, gentleman, invested in the Bank of Alexandria Limited (London Gazette 27 Feb 1873).
    • G. P. Psicha and Co. was among the two dozen Liverpool merchant enterprises which signed a letter stating how they would deal with, as importers of Egyptian cotton, regulations concerning bagging that put "unnecessary burden on the trade" (Manchester Guardian, 29 Jul 1870, p 2).
    Person ID I981  Negroponte-Agelasto
    Last Modified 25 Dec 2009 

    Family Catherine Pateraki,   b. Abt 1805 
    Children 
    +1. Zanetta Catharina (George) Psycha,   b. 29 May 1830, Amsterdam, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 03 Feb 1917, 6 Mannering Road, Liverpool, Lancashire, England UK Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)
    Last Modified 21 Oct 2007 
    Family ID F412  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    7 Brunswick Street West (at Castle), Liverpool, England
    7 Brunswick Street West (at Castle), Liverpool, England
    photo 2009; approximate location of the Brunswick Buildings, the first purpose-built office block in Britain (1841). "A speculative development, Brunswick Buildings off Castle Street (1840s, now demolished) pioneered a new direction for this 'display': a lavish Italian Renaissance palazzo style redolent of Renaissance merchant princes, which not surprising found great favour in Liverpool's business community." (Lancashire: Liverpool and the South-West, p 68). George Psycha worked for Ralli and Psicha, 14 Brunswick Buildings (1873)