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Bonnel(l), Thomas, 133 Long Acre, London, upholder and cm (1744–d. 1782). In partnership with William Simmon(d)s, cm, St Martin-in-the-Fields, when declared bankrupt, Gents Mag., April 1744.

Cooke, John, Chester, cm (1765–89). Free 18 February 1765 after serving as app. under Philip Prestbury of Chester, cm. By 1771 had set up in business in Eastgate St.

Eyre(s), James & Large, James, 226 Piccadilly, opposite ‘The Black Bear Inn’, London, carpet, bedding, cabinet warehouse and manufactory, undertakers (1777–99).

Fawkes, John, Guildford, Surrey, u (1754–57).

Gillow

Lancaster and London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl.c.1730–after 1840)

Gillpatrick, Joseph, address unknown (1740). On 23 April 1740 paid £1 4s by Lord Monson for two sacking bottom bedsteads. [Lincoln RO, Monson 11/50]

Haupt, Georg

London; cabinet maker (b. 1741–d. 1784)

Hodson, John, London, upholder and cm (1709–86). Son of Thomas Hodson, innholder of Lincoln. App. to Thomas Arne jnr on 23 February 1709, and admitted freeman of the Upholders’ Co. by servitude on 3 December 1718. Took app.

Jackson & Graham 

Oxford St, London; cabinet maker and upholsterer (1836–85)  

Lodge, Henry, London and Colchester, Essex, u (1731–84). Son of William Lodge snr, of Colchester, sadler. App. in London to Roger Tomlyn, 16 November 1724 and free of the Upholders’ Co. by servitude, 1 December 1731.

Naish, Catherine (Katherine)

St Mary-le-Strand, London; upholder and chairmaker (fl.1759–72)

Seddon, George I

Aldersgate St, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1753–d.1801)

Stooks, Thomas, Rose & Crown Yd, Leeds, Yorks., cm, appraiser and auctioneer (1775–98). Recorded at Briggate in 1798.

Tait(t), Richard, 92 Jermyn St, London, upholder, cm and undertaker (1786–1827). Recorded at no. 93, 1786–87.

Walker, Thomas, Scale Lane and Savile St, Hull, Yorks., cm (1765–94). App. to Charles Rawlins, cm of Beverley, Yorks.; free in 1765. On his death in 1794 the business was continued by his widow Elizabeth and his son Robert.