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Bradgate, Elisa, address unrecorded, u(?) (1725–26).
Tremle, Cwrtnewydd, Llaenwnog, Cardiganshire, Wales; lipp-worker (fl. 1910)
A cradle by this maker is illustrated in Bebb (2007), fig. 1206.
Source: Bebb, Welsh Furniture (2007), II, p. 292.
Dingwall, Alexander, Leicester Fields, Charing Cross, London, upholder and cm (1749–74). Polled at Westminster in 1749.
Gordon, John and Taitt, John and Richard
Holinshade, —, King St, Drury Lane, London, cradle maker (1803). Named in Sheraton's list of master cabinet makers. Possibly William & Joseph Hollinshed.
Canarth, Carmarthenshire, Wales; cooper? (fl.c.1820-1850)
A cradle by this maker has been recorded, with the rounded ends constructed in a coopered fashion (illus. Bebb (2007), fig. 1223).
Llanbedr-goch, Anglesey, Wales; carpenter? (fl.1853)
A cradle made in 1853 for his son by Lazarus Owen of Capel Coch, Llanbedr-goch, is illustrated in Bebb (2007), fig. 1029.
Edinburgh, Scotland; carver, wright and gunner (fl. 1535?-d.1579)
Naish, Catherine (Katherine)
St Mary-le-Strand, London; upholder and chairmaker (fl.1759–72)
Patterson, James, parish of St George the Martyr, London, turner, dealer and chapman (1747–64). Bankruptcy announced, London Gazette, 18–25 September 1764. He was probably the James Patterson who supplied goods to Gibside, Co.
Patterson, Joseph, ‘The Crown’, New Bond St, London, turner (c.1730). His trade card [Heal Coll., BM] indicates that he sold mahogany tables, ‘round Tea boards’, ‘Dutch Matted & Wooden Chairs’ and cradles. [Heal]
London; cabinet maker and upholder (b.1750–1825)
Bubwith, near Howden, Yorkshire; joiner (fl.1823-44)
Ro(d)gers, William Gibbs
London; carver (fl.1850-70)
Seddon, George I
Aldersgate St, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1753–d.1801)
Seddon, T & G; Pritchard & Seddon; Seddon & Co.
Aldergate Street and Gray’s Inn Road, London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl. 1815-1870)
Rhostryfan, Caernarfonshire, Wales; carpenter (fl.1853)
Thompson, Francis, at ‘The Three Chairs’, St John's Lane, near Hick's Hall, London, turner and chairmaker ‘from Mr. AYLIFFE, Turner to His Majesty’ (c.1750).
Thorn, —, at ‘The Beehive & Patten’, John St, Oxford Mkt, London, cricket bat, turnery and patten warehouseman (1764).
Long Acre, London; joiner and chairmaker (fl. 1717–58)