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Cadman, John (1772-93)

Cadman, John, Manchester, chairmaker, upholder and cm (1772–93). At Shudehill from 1772 to 1788 and in the latter year was advertising his business as a ‘stain'd chair warehouse’. In the next year he was trading from 31 Swallow St, Piccadilly and by 1793 his number had changed to 81. On 10 November 1788 he was paid £7 13s by George Cooke for twelve chairs supplied to Dunham Massey. [D; John Rylands Lib., Manchester Univ., George Cooke's accounts]

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.