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Adams, George, London, cm (1817–32). Trading at 37 Long Alley, Moorfields in 1817. By 1832 the address had changed to 101 Long Alley. [D]

Adams, George snr, cm (d. 1773). Small inlaid mahogany cabinet of c. 1750 by this maker belongs to University College, Oxford (on loan to the Museum of the History of Science).

Adams, Henry, Castle Gates, Shrewsbury, Salop, cm (1830). Son of James Evan Adams and brother of Charles Adams. [Shrewsbury burgess roll]

Adams, Henry

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1693

Son of Miles Adams, Carpenter, of Hampton, Middlesex. Apprenticed to William Hickman for 7 years, from 2 Jan 1693.

Adams, Henry

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1705

Apprentice of William Hickman, was admitted to the Freedom on 04/12/1705 by Servitude.

Per indenture 2 Jan 1693-4 for 7 years

Adams, Henry

Henry Adams son of Henry Adams Weaver of St Botolph without Aldgate, London apprenticed to Beazeley Samuel Child from 1 May 1733 for 7 years. Premium of £9 0s 0d.

Adams, J., London, cm (1824). Declared bankrupt on 27 November 1824. [London Gazette]

Adams, Jacob

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1667

Son of Robert Adams, Sawyer, of Thisleworth, Middlesex. Apprenticed to Randall Nuns for 7 years, from 20 Aug 1667.

Adams, Jacob

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1680

Apprentice of Randall Nunns (later turned over to Henry Harford), was admitted to the Freedom on 07/09/1680 by Servitude.

Per indenture 20 Aug 1667 for 7 years

Adams, James, High St, Oxford, upholder (1782–1808). Took out a Sun Insurance policy in 1782 for £500 on his house. Trading as u and cm in 1808. [D; GL, Sun MS vol. 304, p. 27]

Adams, James, London, cm, u and appraiser (1817–28). Trading at 49 and 67 Fore St, Cripplegate until 1822 when the address changed to 9 Pulteney St, Golden Sq. Between 1817 and 1823 traded as J. & G. Adams. [D]

Adams, James, Pavement, Moorfields, London, cm and u (1823–28). Declared bankrupt in November 1824. [D; Brighton Gazette, 2 December 1824]

Adams, James, High St, Staines, Middlx, cm (1823–32). Trading also as house agent in 1823 and furniture broker in 1832. [D]

Adams, James, Clarence St, Staines, Middlx, cm and u (1839). [D]

Adams, James

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1704

Son of William Adams, Coal Miner, of Forset of Deane, Gloucestershire. Apprenticed to Thomas Smith for 7 years, from 6 Mar 1704.

Adams, James

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1713

Made free by servitude on 1 Dec 1713.

By consent of his master, Thomas Smith

Adams, James Evan, Fish St, Shrewsbury, Salop, cm (1806). [Shrewsbury burgess roll]

Adams, John, 48 Skinner St, London, cm and u (1839). [D]

Adams, John, Needham Mkt, Suffolk, chairmaker (1773). [Suffolk RO, FAA: 50/2/94–104]

Adams, John, Daventry, Northants., cm, shopkeeper and carver (1778–80). In 1778 took out a policy with the Sun Fire Office for £100 of which utensils and stock amounted to £20. By 1780 the cover had risen dramatically to £4,300 and £1,610 respectively.

Adams, John, Liverpool, cm (1810–23). Originally at 20–22 Tempest Hey but by 1816 had changed his address to 18 Standwick St. [D]

Adams, John, Cambridge, cm and u (1825–40). App. to Joseph Wentworth on 13 April 1825 and admitted freeman on 16 August 1833. Trading in Fair St in 1835, but at Rhadegond Building, Jesus Lane by 1837. Continued to trade from this address until 1850.