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Cooke, Thomas, Cheltenham, Glos., cm and u (1818–30). In 1818 advertised that he had warerooms at Portland Passage and declared himself ‘cabinet & upholstery manufacturer to his Highness, Duke of Gloucester’.
Cooper, Henry L
Dublin, Ireland; cabinet maker (fl. 1767-75)
France, William snr
How(e), —, Chelmsford, Essex, u (1737–40).
Kreyer, —, address unknown, u (c. 1757). Undertook work on upholstery and chair stuffing at Holkham Hall, Norfolk [C. Life, 14 February 1980, p. 427]
Old, William & Ody, John
Reid, William, London, u (1770). Employed by Thomas Chippendale and spent many weeks at Harewood House, Newby Hall and Nostell Priory, Yorks., erecting beds, putting up furniture, and general jobbing.
Richardson, John, Lancaster, chairmaker (1822–34). Trading at Church St, 1822–34.
Russell, John, London, chairmaker, joiner, u and cm (c.1773–1822). Employed by the Crown between 1773 and 1822, and was chairmaker to the King.
Seddon, George I
Aldersgate St, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1753–d.1801)