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Aycliffe (or Ayliffe), Thomas jnr
London; turner and chair maker (fl.1760–d. 1805)
Laghall, Dumfries, Scotland; woodmonger (fl.1776-78)
100 Dean St, Soho, London; upholder and cabinet maker(fl.1830-60)
Bickadike (Bickerdike or Bickersdike), John
Newcastle; cabinet maker (fl.1734–59)
Burnett, Thomas, Strand, London, u and cm (1744–74). Recorded at ‘The King's Arms, against the New Church in the Strand’, 1747–66, and no. 61 Strand, 1760–74. [D] In partnership with Gilbert Burnett, 1747–74.
Clarkson, Knight & Pratt, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, drapers, mercers, undertakers, u etc. (1794–96).
Cross, Nicholas, 10 Pool Lane and 4 Thomas's St, Liverpool, cm (1754–d. 1780). In 1762 also referred to as a glass grinder.
Devey, John, Woburn, Beds., u, cm and chair manufacturer (1822).
Penrith, Cumberland, and Lancaster, Lancs; chair maker (fl.1773- d.1793)
Elward, George & Marsh, William
Carthusian St, Charterhouse, London; cabinet maker, upholder and chair maker (fl.1817–28)
Lancaster and Liverpool, Lancs.; cabinet maker (fl.1770-96)
Fell, Joseph, Half Mood Inn Yd, Bigg Mkt, Newcastle, cm (1816). Sale by Joseph Fell of stock of ‘an eminent CABINET-MAKER’ declining business, announced in Durham County Advertiser, 29 June 1816.
France, William snr
Lancaster, Lancs.; (app.1764-fl.c.1789)
Lancaster and London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl.c.1730–after 1840)
Lancaster, Lancs.; cabinet maker (b.1753-d.1818)
Grendey, Giles, London, cm (b. 1693–d. 1780). Giles Grendey was born in Wotton-under-Edge, Glos., the son of William Grendey, and his wife Anne (neé Hall). In 1709 he was app. to William Sherborne, a second-generation London joiner.
address unrecorded; chair maker (fl.c.1800)
Hewitt (or Hewett), Richard
Upton-cum-Chalvey, Slough, Bucks.; chair maker and wheeler (b.
Hutton, William, Barnstaple, Devon, cm, u and auctioneer (1828–36). Addresses given at 93 High St, c.1815–20, and no. 102 in 1829. Advertised in North Devon Journal, 8 October 1829 stating ‘that he is removed from his late residence to No.
Jordan, George, Newcastle, joiner, cm and broker (1811–34). At Dog-bank, 1811–16, but in July 1816 announced his move to ‘a large house adjoining the old Bird-in-Bush Inn, Pilgrim St.’.
Liberty & Co.
Regent Street, London; furniture makers and retailers (1875-2020)
Mackinder, George, King St, Golden Sq., London, carpenter and cm (1739–44). Provided the Duke of Gordon with items for his London house in 1739, totalling £3 13s 6d and including ‘A Fine Mahogany pillar & claw table’.