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Young(e), John, address unrecorded, u (1660–61). Recorded in the Royal Household accounts, 1660–61 supplying luxurious upholstered furniture. Listed are: ‘Turned frames for a couch and a great chair.

Younge, Alexander

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1709

Son of Alexander Younge, Labourer, of Dullstroude, Middlesex. Apprenticed to Henry Pasmore for 7 years, from 7 June 1709.

Younge, John

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1646

Son of Henry Younge, Yeoman, of Shoreditch, Middlesex. Apprenticed to Henry Trevers for 8 years, from 21 May 1646.

Younge, Joseph

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1710

Son of John Younge, was admitted to the Freedom on 07/03/1710 by Patrimony.

Younge, Richard

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1668

Son of John Younge, Mariner, of Tubney Wood, Berkshire. Apprenticed to William Harley for 7 years, from 27 Feb 1667.

Younge, Stephen

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1709

Apprentice of Thomas Thorne (later turned over to George Heyborne), was admitted to the Freedom on 04/10/1709 by Servitude.

Per indenture 2 June 1699 for 7 years

Younge, Thomas

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1663

Son of William Younge, Joiner, of Exeter, Devon. Apprenticed to Philip Milner for 7 years, from 6 Jan 1662.

Younger, Edward, 14 Old St Rd, London, cm (1829–35). [D]

Younger, Joseph

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1669

Son of John Younger, Flax Dresser, of Carringham, Essex. Apprenticed to Mathew Taylor for 7 years, from 7 Sep 1669.

Younger, Joseph

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1686

Made free by servitude on 18 Sep 1686.

By consent of his master Matthew Taylor

YOUNGER, ROBERT, s of decd James Younger, portioner in Linton; p to John Hunter, wright, B, 11 February 1691. i(3)

YOUNGER, THOMAS, wright, s of William Younger, indweller in the Hall of Drumcross; p to Thomas Sandilands, wright, 20 January 1675; B as p to Thomas

YOUNGER, THOMAS, wright, B; his daughter m Walter Ross, stabler, who became B in her right. 28 August 1723. i(2)

Younger, Thomas

Thomas Younger son of Thomas Younger Smith of St Clement Danes, Middlesex apprenticed to Edward Burnell from 25 August 1773 for 7 years.

Source: Guildhall Library, MS 8052/7, f. 135.

Younghusband, John, Church Lane, Workington, Cumb., joiner and/or cm (1798–1811). [D]

YOUNGMAN, Joseph,, Norwich; apprentice cabinet maker (fl.1771-1775)

YOUNGS, James, St Michael at Coslany Churchyard, Norwich; turner (fl.1763-1790)

Youngs, John

Lynn Regis, Norfolk; cabinet maker and paper hanger (fl. 1850)

Youse, William, Grove St, Wantage, Berks., wood turner (1840). [D]

Youxfield, Robert, St Mary's parish, Chelmsford, Essex, chairmaker (1669). Child bapt. on 21 August 1669. [Essex RO, PR (bapt.)]

Ysambert Francis to Thomas Gould] 9 Oct 1700

YUILL (YULE, YOOL), JOHN, wright, s of George Yuill in Fenton Barns; p to William Clerk, wright, B, 4 May 1699; B as p to William Clerk 22 December 1

YULE, ROBERT, cabinet-maker, 19 South Richmond Street1814–15. i(1)