1906 Nottingham Evening Post report Bankruptcy LACE DEALER'S AFFAIRS. Solomon Keseff, trading as the Anglo-Swiss Lace Company, in Castle-gate.—The debtor, who failed in £327 16s. 6d. on his own account, after being in partnership with two others from 1903 to 1904, a dealer in job stuff, admitted that he had had a big turnover, but he kept no books and never knew how he stood.—Mr. R. A. Young appeared for tho bankrupt, and the examination was closed.
Nottingham Journal 16 October 1914: A BANKRUPT RUSSIAN. Application for his discharge was made, before Judge Allen Nottingham Bankruptcy Court yesterday Solomon Keseff, Melville street, Nottingham, trading as the Anglo-Swiss Lace Company in Castle-gate, and in Nottingham and other Market-places. According to the statement of the Official Receiver, a first and final dividend of 5 1/2d. in the pound had been paid. Mr R. A. Young, who represented the debtor, explained that the reason Keseff had not kept books was because he could not write English. He was of Russian nationality and could speak and understand English, but could not write it. The discharge was suspended for two years.
The Jewish Chronicle: December 1920: A Channocah party was given to the children of the community by Mr and Mrs Goldman. Mr Goldman conducted the service and gave an address. Miss Leah Keseff accompanied on the piano Keseff
Mr and Mrs Solomon Keseff and family wish all their relatives and friends a happy and prosperous New Year and well over the Fast. 9 Coronation Road Bath.