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Williams, Lawrence

Lawrence Williams son of Lawrence Williams deceased Gunstock Maker of Minories, London apprenticed to Joseph Haslop from 7 November 1732 for 7 years. Premium of £10 0s 0d.

Williams, M., Bodmin and Truro, Cornwall, u and cm (1804–10). In January 1804 he announced his move from Bodmin to premises in Lemon St, Truro.

Williams, Martin

Martin Williams son of Abraham Williams Gentleman of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire apprenticed to Thomas Whywale from 3 April 1781 for 7 years.

Williams, Mary, High St, Bridgwater, Som., cm (1840). [D]

Williams, Morgan, King St, Covent Gdn, London, joiner (1803). Included in the list of master cabinet makers in Sheraton's Cabinet Dictionary, 1803.

Williams, Nathaniel

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1678

Apprentice of Hugh Williams (later turned over to Robert Owen), was admitted to the Freedom on 05/03/1678 by Servitude.

Per indenture 6 Jan 1667 for 7 years

Williams, Nathaniel jnr, Bristol, cm (1784–1824). Living in the parish of St James in 1784. In 1817 at 62 Redcliff St and in 1824 at Cathay. [D; poll bk]

Williams, Nicholas, Penryn, Cornwall, cm (1788). Bankruptcy announced June 1788 and a dividend was offered to creditors in May 1791. [Exeter Flying Post, 5 June 1788, 24 July 1788, 26 May 1791]

Williams, Nicholas, South Gate St, Exeter, Devon, joiner (1716).

Williams, Oliver

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1683

Son of John Williams, Gentleman, of Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Apprenticed to Edward Cole for 7 years, from 5 June 1683.

Williams, Oliver

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1692

Made free by servitude on 5 Jul 1692.

By consent of the said Edward here in Court.

Williams, Owen

Dublin, Ireland; cabinet maker and joiner (fl.1760-92)

Recorded in George’s Lane, 1760-7; 174 Abbey Street, 1768-92.

Source: Glinn & Peill, Irish Furniture (2007), p. 291.

Williams, Peter, Foregate St, Chester, cm (1812–31). Free 1812. Took his son Thomas as app. in 1831. [Freemen rolls; poll bks; app. reg.]

Williams, Peter

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1683

Son of Richard Williams, Yeoman, of Sannor, Carmarthenshire. Apprenticed to Thomas Pistor for 8 years, from 7 Aug 1683.

Williams, Philip

Philip Williams son of James Williams Wood Cutter of Bexley, Kent apprenticed to Robert Sayers from 2 August 1774 for 7 years.

Source: Guildhall Library, MS 8052/7, f. 141.

Williams, Richard, Irish Lane, Leytonstone, London (1831–40). [Census]

Williams, Richard, Cucumber Ct, Shipyard, by ‘The Ship Tavern’, Strand, London, cm and sedan chairmaker (1749). [Westminster poll bk]

Williams, Richard

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1708

Son of Richard Williams, Bargeman, of Abbington, Berkshire. Apprenticed to Richard Eyloe for 7 years, from 30 Mar 1708.

Williams, Richard

Richard Williams son of David Williams deceased Distiller of St Botolph Aldgate, London apprenticed to Abel Wise from 5 December 1752 for 7 years.

Williams, Richard jnr, Carson's Ct, Vernon St, Liverpool, cm (1801–12). App. 1801 and in 1812 petitioned for freedom from Edward Lowe. Free 14 October 1812. [Freemen rolls]

Williams, Richard William

Richard William Williams son of Evan Williams Taylor of St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex apprenticed to Francis Reynolds from 30 August 1757 for 7 years. Premium of £20 0s 0d.

Williams, Richrd snr, Liverpool, carver and gilder (1790–96). At 53 Paradise St in 1790 but 18 Dale St in 1794 and 13 Dale St in 1796. In the latter year he also conducted a confectioner's shop at 12 Dale St. [D]

Williams, Robert, London, upholder and cm (1774–93). At Bow St, Covent Gdn, 1774–77. In 1777 he moved to King St, Covent Gdn and was at 28 till 1789 and then 40 from 1790– 93.

Williams, Robert

Llanbedr, Merioneth, Wales; joiner (fl.c.1891)