Irving, James Jardine Bell-, 1857-1936 (businessman)
James Jardine Bell-Irving, of Makerstoun, Kelso, Scotland, was a Partner of Jardine, Matheson & Co., 1887-1902. He was the son of John Bell-Irving (1813-1907).
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence of Matheson & Co. Ltd regarding the estate and Trust of J.J. Bell-Irving, with related letters and papers. The main correspondents are McJerrow & Stevenson, solicitors, Lockerbie, and Ethel Maitland, Countess of Lauderdale, Thirlestane Castle, Berwickshire, daughter of J.J. Bell-Irving.
Correspondence between Matheson & Co. Ltd and Mrs E.G. Bell-Irving, Major John Bell-Irving, McJerrow & Stevenson, Lockerbie, Ethel Maitland, Lady Lauderdale, and others, with related letters and papers, regarding the J.J. Bell-Irving Trust and Major John Bell-Irving.
Copies (including some press copies) of letters from J.J. Bell-Irving, W.J. Gresson, Alexander Palmer MacEwen and others, Hong Kong, to William Keswick, London. There are also a few letters to other correspondents, including G.L. Montgomery, New York. The documents originate from a box-file labelled 'Hong Kong to London 1898'.
Original unnumbered semi-official letters from Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong, to Jardine Matheson, New York, with enclosed letters and papers. The correspondents include E.A. Alford, C.E. Anton, J.J. Bell-Irving, C.W. Dickson, W.J. Gresson, Henry Keswick, J.J. Keswick, David Landale, G.L. Montgomery, A.R. Riddle, C.H. Ross and C.D. Walker.