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Atkins, Thomas Illiff(e), Leicester and Northampton, u (1820–30). App. to Joseph Spencer of Belgrave Gate, Leicester, and admitted freeman in 1826. Trading at Mercer's Row, Northampton, 1823–30.

Barritt, James

5 Fashion Street, Spitalfields, London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1839)

Coade, Eleanor and her successors, London (1769–c. 1840). Eleanor Coade (b. 1733–d. 1821) made an artificial stone at Narrow Wall, Lambeth, which so successfully imitated natural limestone that it has been mistaken for it ever since.

Darby, William, at ‘The Bear & Crown’, 12 Aldermanbury, London, u, appraiser and undertaker (1750–70). Son of John Darby, ‘baymaker’, of Witham, Essex; app. to Thomas Brown, freeman merchant tailor, by trade upholsterer.

Donaldson, F., address unrecorded, cm. George III mahogany tripod table recorded, with circular tray top, spiral baluster stem, and legs carved with acanthus leaves with later brass feet; stamped ‘F. DONALDSON’. [Sotheby's, 26 June 1970, lot 154]

Gregson, Joseph

Liverpool, Lancs., and London; upholsterer and interior surveyor (fl.1806–d. 1827).

Hall, Joseph, Hull, Yorks., cm, carpenter and joiner (1740–54). Son of Joseph Hall, joiner; admitted burgess in 1740. In 1749 his app.

Hodson, John, London, upholder and cm (1709–86). Son of Thomas Hodson, innholder of Lincoln. App. to Thomas Arne jnr on 23 February 1709, and admitted freeman of the Upholders’ Co. by servitude on 3 December 1718. Took app.

Jones, William

Dolgellau, Merioneth, Wales; cabinet maker (fl. 1851)

Kennett, Robert & Kidd, William, London, u (1766–95). Amongst the Chancery Masters’ Exhibits in the PRO is an account book of a furniture-making firm for 1792–95.

Masters, William, at ‘The Golden Fleece’, Coventry St, Piccadilly, London, cm, upholder, appraiser and undertaker (c. 1740–61).

Russell, William, Fetter Lane, London, turner and cm (1754–c.1770). Notice in Public Advertiser, 8 February 1754 read: ‘Whereas John Clay, about 20, and James West, about 18 years of age, Apprentices to Mr.

Saxton, Nathaniel, High St, Leicester, cm and u (1785–1828). From 1785 trading in partnership with John Shipley at the High St address.