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Adron, W. & C., New Rd, Fitzroy Sq., London, marble masons and scagliola workmen (1835). Repaired and polished scagliola and marble table tops and pedestals at Windsor. [RA, Lord Chamberlain's accounts, L56/12/3, 30 September 1835]

Bradburn(e), John, London, cm, u, appraiser, undertaker (1750–d. 1781).

Bromwich, Thomas, at ‘The Golden Lyon’, Ludgate Hill, London, paper stainer and u (1748–d. 1787). Trade card, dated 1748, states that he ‘Makes and Sells all manner of Screens, Window Blinds, and Covers for Tables, Cabins, Stair-Cases, &c.

Bullock, George, Liverpool and London, cm (b. 1777/78– d. 1818).

Chapman, Edward, address unknown, cm (1723). A receipt signed by Edward Chapman for £5 5s and dated 17 May 1723 exists for goods supplied to Paul Foley Esq., of The Temple and Little Ormond St, London, and Newport House, Almeley, Herefs.

Cheere, Sir Henry, St Margaret's, Westminster, London, carver (b. 1703–d. 1781). For details of the work of this noted sculptor in stone see Gunnis. Amongst the Blackett accounts for Fenham Hall, Northumb.

Chenery, Benjamin, near the Cornhill, Ipswich, Suffolk, carver (1743–59).

Crofts, Henry, London. In 1718 supplied four marble tables costing £10 to the Duke of Montrose for his London house in Bond St. [Scottish RO, GD 220/6/28/P85]

Cullen, James, 56 Greek St, Soho, London, u and cm (1754–79). Listed in London directories between 1765 and 1779.

Fort (or Forst), Alexander, London, joiner (c. 1645–1706). App. to Henry Phillips, 1659. Master Joiner in the Office of Works, 1678, but not able to take it up until 1688.

Fradin, Abraham, Haymarket, London, u and cm (1744). Auction announced in Daily Advertiser, 22 October 1744 of the ‘Household Furniture, Stock in Trade and Lease of the late Dwelling-House of Mr. Abraham Fradin, Cabinet-maker, next Door to Mr.

Goodison, Benjamin, ‘Golden Spread Eagle’, Long Acre, London, cm (c. 1700–67). Benjamin Goodison first comes to notice on 7 September 1719 when he signed for money for ‘my master’ James Moore from the Duchess of Marlborough. [BL, Add.

Goodwin, P., address unknown, carver (1721–23). Worked at Chicheley Hall, Bucks. In November 1721 he was paid 10s 6d for carving ‘ye Cornishes’ and in 1722 £24 12s for ‘marble table and other things’. In January 1723 received a further £3 0s 6d.

Hardy, James, address unrecorded. Supplied a marble table to Temple Newsam House, Leeds in 1720. [Furn. Hist., 1967]

Hubbard, J. P., address unrecorded. On 23 August 1818 received £4 14s 6d by William Baldwin in full payment for a marble table he provided for Endsleigh House, near Tavistock, Devon. [Bedford Office, London] Probably John Peters Hubbard.

Johnson, Robert, London, carver and gilder (1745–49). In 1746 shown at St James, Westminster but otherwise at ‘The Golden Head’, Frith St, Soho. In 1746 took app. named Joshua Chenn.

Lawrence, Richard, address unknown, carver (1732–37). In connection with Cley, the Duke of Montrose's house in Norfolk, he is recorded supplying marble tables ‘& glasses for the tabernacles’ at a cost of £71. These were paid for in 1732.

Mercer, George, near Cavendish Sq., London, carver (1740–80). According to Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors, p. 258, he was a subscriber to Kent's Designs of Inigo Jones, and was employed at Longford Castle in 1740.

Moore, James jnr, London, cm and u (c. 1690–d. by 1734). We have no record of James Moore's birth, but as his father, James snr was born c. 1670 it might be assumed as c. 1690. He was presumably app. to his father, but again there is no confirmation.

Pelletier, John, London, carver and gilder (1690–1710). A craftsman of French extraction who carried out many commissions for the Crown in the reign of William III and Mary II.

Sandall, Thomas, Richmond Green, Surrey, cm (d. by 1753). In August 1753 the sale of the stock in trade, tools and utensils of the late Thomas Sandall was announced.

Stanton, Edward, London, joiner(?) (1712–16). In 1716 the Duke of Montrose recorded in his household accounts ‘marble tables’ bought in London from Edward Stanton for his lodging in Glasgow.

Stanton, William, Bangor Ct, Shoe Lane, Holborn, London (1735). On 28 March 1735 supplied ‘two veined Italian marble tables’ which were charged at 4s 6d per ft and came to £1 18s 3d. His account survives in the Alscot Park, Warks. archives.

Vile, William, Castle Lane (later 72 St Martin's Lane), London, cm (c. 1700/05–d. 1767). William Vile was born early in the 18th century, probably in Somerset.

Walle, Henry & Reilly, Peter, London, u, carver, gilder and cm (1768–86). The partners traded from an address in Gerrard St, Soho though in 1776 the address is given as Vine St.