I am trying to trace William MacLeod who was General Merchant, trading as MacLeod & Co in Coleman Street, London in 1841. He was registered bankrupt in 1842/3 and I can find no further information on him from that point. I have a copy of a letter from his wife Ellen to Mountstuart Elphinstone dated 1850, which indicates that she is a widow but living in Chelsea at the time. William was born in Scotland and had 3 brothers, including the Rev. Alexander MacLeod of Uig, and spent a considerable part of his life working as a civil servant in Bombay, as private secretary to Elphinstone. He returned to England and set up as a General merchant in partnership with a Lewis Houston and they had property in Liverpool and London. I have searched for death records for William, however the only 2 that I can find in London are not this William. Anybody Help??