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Abel, John

Sarnesfield, Herefordshire; carpenter and joiner (fl. 1620-40).

Abel, Samuel, Church Gate, Loughborough, Leics., cm, joiner, appraiser and auctioneer (1775–95). Took up auctioneering in 1786. Advertised for journeymen cm and chairmakers in 1775, 1789, 1791.

ABEL, Thomas, Pitt Street, Norwich; cabinet maker (fl.1839-1842)

Abel, William, Bristol, cm (1818). [Evesham poll bk]

Abel, William, Pitt St, Norwich, cm (1839). [D]

Abell, Lawrence

Stratford-upon-Avon, Warks.; joiner (fl. 1594)

Abell, W. C., 25 Sidmouth St, Gray's Inn Rd, London, u (1835). [D]

Abercrombie, -

Newcastle-upon-Tyne; carver (fl.1883)

Abercrombie & Son

30, 32 & 36 Whitfield Street, London; cabinet brass finishers, ormolu manufacturers and bronzists (fl.1882-1902)

Abercunning, John

London; cabinet maker (app.1681)

Abercunning, John

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1681

Son of Abercunning, Doctor of Physics, of London. Apprenticed to Gerrit Jensen for 8 years, from 12 Apr 1681.

Aberdour, James

7 Howland Mews West, London; cabinet maker (fl.1871)

Aberley, Joseph

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1663

Son of Abraham Aberley, Yeoman, of Horecrosse, Staffordshire. Apprenticed to Richard Sanderson for 7 years, from 3 Aug 1663.

Aberley, Thomas

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1709

Son of Richard Aberley, Clerk, of Charleton, Kent. Apprenticed to Robert Norris for 7 years, from 5 Apr 1709.

Aberley, Thomas

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1718

Made free by servitude on 6 May 1718.

ABERNETHY, CHARLES, upholsterer, 27 Canal Street, 1825–27. i(1)

ABERNETHY, JOHN, wright. His s Alexander p to John Howden, saddler, for 6 years, 5 August 1779. i(3)

Abery, Christopher, Reading, Berks., upholder (1768). [Poll bk]

Abgood, William & Stevens, Edward, Gt Portland St, London, carvers (1783). Declared bankrupt, Leicester Journal, January 1783.

Abington, Leonard, 12 Plumtree St, Bloomsbury, London, carver and gilder (1819–25). [D]

Abraham, Benjamin

Benjamin Abraham son of Woodward Abraham deceased Breechesmaker of Barkhampstead, Hertfordshire apprenticed to John Holdsworth from 2 March 1756 for 7 years.

Abraham, David, Searrett's Lane, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hants., chairmaker (1823–30). [D]

Abraham, Edm., West St, Fareham, Hants., cm, u and appraiser (1830). [D]