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YOUNGMAN, Joseph, apprentice cm, Norwich (1771-1775).

YOUNGS, James, tur, St Michael at Coslany Churchyard, Norwich (1763-1790).

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)

Zan(n)etti & Agnew, Manchester, carvers, gilders, barometer, thermometer, mathematical and philosophical instrument, looking-glass and picture frame makers, printsellers, publishers, dealers in artist's materials, opticians etc. (1810–40).

Zandra, George, Spear St, Manchester, carver, gilder, picture frame and looking-glass maker (1811–19). Recorded at no. 51 1811–18, and no. 61, 1817–19. [D]

Zanetti (or Zannette), Vinc(i)ent, Manchester, carver, gilder, looking-glass and picture frame maker, printseller (1804–33).

Zanetti (or Zannette), Vittorie (or Vittorio), Manchester, carver and gilder, looking-glass manufacturer, picture framer and printseller (1804–17). Addresses given at 87 Market St Lane, 1804–11, and 94 Market St, 1813–17.

Zanetti, Bolongaro & Agnew, 94 Market St, Manchester, carvers and gilders, barometer and looking-glass makers (1816–17). [D]

Zanetti, Joseph, 100 King St, Manchester, barometer and looking-glass maker, carver and gilder (1837–40). Declared bankrupt, Sussex Agricultural Express, 4 March 1837. [D]

Zanfrini & Gugeri, East St, Blandford, Dorset, looking-glass makers (1830). [D]

Zely, Frances

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1669

Son of Ambrose Zely, Joiner, of Devizes, Wiltshire. Apprenticed to Oliver Atkinson for 7 years, from 29 Dec 1669.

ZENONE, 1, carver, gilder and looking-glass manufacturer, 5 Calton Street1825–27.

Zerbon & Co., 18 Mersey St, Liverpool, carvers and gilders (1807). [D]

Zerboni, Battistessa, Moteni & Guanziroli, London, lookingglasses, barometers and thermometers (1835–36). Recorded at 24 Cross St, Hatton Gdn and 13 Baldwins Gdns in 1835; and 106 Hatton Gdn in 1836. [D; Goodison, Barometers]

Zouch, Henry

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1704

Son of Charles Zouch, Cit. & Goldsmith, of London. Apprenticed to William Dew for 7 years, from 30 May 1704.

Zouch, Henry

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1711

Made free by servitude on 4 Dec 1711.

By consent of his master

Zouch, William

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1666

Son of Henry Zouch, Clerk, of Stoke, Dorset. Apprenticed to Thomas Tyer for 7 years, from 18 Nov 1666.

Zouch, William

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1666

Son of Henry Zouch, Clerk, of Stoke, Dorset. Apprenticed to Thomas Tyer for 7 years, from 18 Nov 1666.

Zuardri, Joseph, St John's Lane, Smithfield, London, lookingglass frame maker (1840). [GL, Sun MS vol. 576(?), ref. 1335]

Zuraghi, Felix, 9 City Rd, London, looking-glass, barometer and thermometer maker (1832–34). [D; Goodison, Barometers]

Zurn, —, address unrecorded. One of a pair of marquetry commodes at the Vyne, Hants., c. 1760–65, attributed to Pierre Langlois, is inscribed ‘Zurn’, presumably a specialist inlayer. [Conn., vol. 179, 1972, pp. 181–83]