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Yorke, Bridget Nash, Cambridge, see Edward Yorke.

Yorke, Edward and successors, Cambridge, cm, u and auctioneers (1748–1840). Edward Yorke ‘lately apprenticed to Thomas Graves, Alderman, Burgess and Joiner’ was made free of the Corporation of Cambridge on 17 January 1755.

Yorke, Richard

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1704

Son of Richard Yorke, Innkeeper, of Kingsileere, Hampshire. Apprenticed to Richard Hooke for 7 years, from 21 Aug 1704.

Yorke, Samuel, Cambridge, see Edward Yorke.

Yorke, Thomas, Cambridge, see Edward Yorke.

Yorke, William

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1646

Son of John Yorke, Brewer, of St. James Clerkenwell, Middlesex. Apprenticed to John Staunton for 7 years, from 28 March 1646.

Yorke, William

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1670

Son of Jasper Yorke, Joiner, of Swindon, Wiltshire. Apprenticed to Thomas Jenson for 7 years, from 31 Mar 1670.

Yorke, William

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1660

Apprentice of John Green, was admitted to the Freedom on 25/07/1660 by Servitude.

Per indenture 26 June 1652 for 8 years

YORKSTOUN (YORSTOUN), JAMES, Wright, s of John Yorstoun, fermorer in East Crage; p to William Scott, wright, B, 12 November 1701; B as p to William S

Youd, George, Mill Lane, Potton, Beds., u (1823). [D]

Youd(s) (or Younds), Elizabeth, Jervis St, Liverpool, u (1835–39). Trading at no. 15 in 1834; no. 14 in 1835; no. 15 in 1837; and no. 31 in 1839. [D] Probably Elizabeth Yeeds.

Youen, Richard, High Wycombe, Bucks., chairmaker (b.c. 1826–41). Aged 15 at the time of the 1841 Census.

Youens, James, High Wycombe, Bucks., carver, chair-caner (b.c. 1816–41). Daughters bapt. in 1836 and 1837; son in 1839. Aged 25 at the time of the 1841 Census. [D; PR (bapt.)]

Youens, John, High Wycombe, Bucks., chairmaker (b.c. 1805–41). Aged 36 at the time of the 1841 Census.

Youens, Robert, High Wycombe, Bucks., carver, chair and sofa maker (b.c. 1814–48). Son bapt. in 1838. Aged 27 at the time of the 1841 Census. [PR (bapt.)]

Youle, George, St Giles-in-the-Fields, London, cm (d. 1692) [PCC Wills, 1686–93; Index Lib., vol. 11, 1958, p. 293] Possibly brother of:

Youle, John, London, cm (d. 1694). Recorded in newspapers of 1694 as ‘leaving off trade’ at ‘The Cabinet’, Drury Lane. [Heal] Will dated 1694 gives address at St Giles-in-the-Fields. [PCC Wills, 1694–1700, Index Lib., vol. 12, 1959–60, p. 465, f.

Young & Brooke (or Brooks), 4 Ironmonger Lane, Cheapside, London, u (1769–73). Recorded also at Hatton Gdn in 1770, and no. 51 in 1772. [D] See Young, —, Hickman Young and Young & Fall.

Young & Fall, Ironmonger Lane, Cheapside, London, u (1759–60). Recorded at no. 4 in 1760. [D]

Young & Hobson, Gateshead, Co. Durham, joiner and cm (1824–33). Trading at Front St in 1824 and West St in 1833. [D]

Young & Howard, 14 Oxford St, London, upholders, cm, appraisers and undertakers (1790–93). [D]

Young & Trotter, Frith St, Soho, London. Recorded as the makers of a fine Jamaican mahogany tea table, c. 1760, with scalloped corners, supported on pillar and claw feet with castors. [G. Bernard Hughes, ‘Mahogany Claw Tables’, C.

Young & Trotter; Young, Trotter & Hamilton; Young, Trotter, Hamilton & Trotter; Young & Trotters

Edinburgh, Scotland; upholsterers, cabinet makers, undertakers and carpet manufacturers (fl.1747-1805)

Young Edward s Edward, Clerkenwell, Mdx, gentleman* to William Flathers] 26 Feb 1700/1; turned over to Edmund Cox] 28 Feb 1700/1; turned over to Richard Tey]; free Apr 1708; his son appr

Young Edward s Edward, citizen and upholder to Henry Winton] 6 Sep 1728