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Pickard, Zachariah & Robert
London; furniture makers (fl. 1871-c.1900)
Raim, George Blake
13 Marylebone Lane, London; carver & gilder (fl.1871)
80 Chapel Street, Pentonville, London; French polisher (fl.1871)
Thorpe, S. Fras.
10 Upper Charlton St. Fitzroy Square, London; chair & sofa maker (fl.1871)
Edinburgh, Scotland; wright (fl.1759)
Coles, J. W. H.
St John Street & Little London, Chichester, Sussex; wood turner (fl.1882)
Worthing, Sussex; turner, Tunbridge-ware maker (fl.1851-80)
Mobberley, Cheshire (Northwest region); wood turner (fl.1850-51)
Listed at Pepper Street, Mobberley (Bagshaw's Directory, 1850; 1851 Census).
Dearen, T. F.
13 Soho Square, London; furniture makers or retailers (fl. 1865)
Rooke, Thomas Matthews
Address not stated; artist, decorator of furniture (fl. c. 1875)
Ballistessa & Co.
London and Edinburgh; carvers and gilders (1830-1835)
Market Court, Bow Street, London; upholder (fl. 1706)
Source: DEFM; GL, Hand in Hand MS vol. 4, ref. 11781.
Lancaster, Lancashire; cabinet maker (app.1790)
He was bound to John Addison, cabinet maker, in 1790.
Source: Stuart, Gillows of Lancaster and London 1730-1840 (2008), II, p.211.
Carmarthen, Wales; carpenter (fl. c.1430)
Abberly, Thomas Pennington
25 Vauxhall Street, Lambeth, London; chair & sofa maker (fl.1871)
Joiners' Company Member
Apprentice of Edward Seares (later turned over to William Herbert, Carver), was admitted to the Freedom on 01/10/1706 by Servitude.
Per indenture 7 Oct 1697
Abbey, Harry C.,
North St, York, joiner and cabinetmaker (1787–1810)
Died September 1810 aged 38; stock sold March 1811.
Source: DEFM; York Courant, 17 September 1810 and 18 March 1811.
Queen Street, Seven Dials, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1775)
Source: DEFM; GL, Sun MS vol. 242, p. 551.
Knaresborough, Yorkshire (Northeast region); turner (fl.1828-1861)
11 Orange Street and 15 Crooks Row, St Pancras, London; carver, gilder and joiner (fl. 1808–10)
Abbis Thomas s Nicholas, Peckham, Sry, Yeoman baptised Camberwell 26 Oct 1701; to Walter Tidmarsh] 6 Jul 1715 turned over to George Friend]; <free>; A 17
Edmonton, London; upholder (fl. 1722–78)
Abbot & Stidston
137 Long Acre, London; upholsterers (1786–93).