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St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker and upholder (1758–74)
Crawford, William, 228 High Holborn, London, cm and u (1768–83). In 1778 with William Bond, carver and gilder, and Thomas Noble, proprietors of the Casino in Marlborough St, took out insurance cover for £800.
Custance, William, Fakenham, Norfolk, cm (1794). Bankruptcy announced in 1774, and from 6 October of that year his stock was sold by auction.
53 King St. Carmarthen, Wales; cabinet maker and upholsterer (b.1813–fl.1874)
London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1752–d. 1832)
Broad Mead, Bristol, Somerset; cabinet maker (1774–1801)
Farmborough (or Farnbrough), Hannah, London, u (1773–75). Widow of William Farmbrough, probably the cm of North Audley St, London, she continued to work for the Royal Household after her husband's death.
Lancaster and London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl.c.1730–after 1840)
Gordon, John and Taitt, John and Richard
Liverpool, upholder and cabinet maker (1749–1824)
Hall, Joseph, Hull, Yorks., cm, carpenter and joiner (1740–54). Son of Joseph Hall, joiner; admitted burgess in 1740. In 1749 his app.
Kennett, Robert & Kidd, William, London, u (1766–95). Amongst the Chancery Masters’ Exhibits in the PRO is an account book of a furniture-making firm for 1792–95.
Mayhew, John (1736–d. 1811) and Ince, William (d. 1804)
London; cabinet makers (1758/59–1804)
McLean, John & Son,
London, cabinetmakers and upholders (1770–1825)
Pitt, Cobbett & Son, London(?), japanners (1833). At the Stud House, Hampton Court, Middlx, undertook the japanning of 43 washstands and dressing tables, painted a press in imitation of mahogany, and stained and varnished a large Gothic sideboard.
Seddon, George I
Aldersgate St, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1753–d.1801)
Seddon, T & G; Pritchard & Seddon; Seddon & Co.
Aldergate Street and Gray’s Inn Road, London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl. 1815-1870)
Taylor, David, 14 Wardour St, Soho, London, cm, u and chairmaker (1809–23).
139 New Bond St, London; upholder and cabinet maker to their Majesties (fl. 1809–45)