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Abbey, Thomas, 11 Orange St and 15 Crooks Row, St Pancras, London, carver, gilder and joiner (1808–10). [GL, Sun MS vol. 443, ref. 825053]

Abbott, John, London, carver and gilder (1765–68). Addresses in Dopping Alley, 1765, and Fleet Bridge, 1768. [GL, City Licence bks, vols 4 and 6]

Abgood, William & Stevens, Edward, Gt Portland St, London, carvers (1783). Declared bankrupt, Leicester Journal, January 1783.

Abington, Leonard, 12 Plumtree St, Bloomsbury, London, carver and gilder (1819–25). [D]

Abraham, John, Long Acre, London, frame carver and gilder (1709). [Heal]

Abraham, Richard, 8 Bruton St, Bond St, London, carver, gilder and looking-glass frame maker (1835–39). [D]

Ackerman & Co., London, carvers, gilders and general repository of the arts (1796–1840). Trading at 101 Strand in 1796 and at 96 Strand from 1827. [D]

Acres, Edward, 30 Gt Russell St, London, carver and gilder (1806–25). [D; GL, Sun MS vol. 493, ref. 991713]

Acret, John, 44 Wardour St, London, carver, gilder and picture frame maker (1778–93). [D; poll bk; GL, Sun MS vol. 264, p. 519]

Adair, John, London, carver and gilder (1749–69). Recorded at St Ann's Ct, Covent Gdn in 1749 but by 1763 was established at Wardour St, Soho. Worked at Shardeloes, Bucks., Croome Ct and the Church of St Mary Magdelene, Croome D'Abitot, Worcs.

Adair, John & William, Wardour St, Soho, London, carvers and gilders (1769–77). The use of the same address and a reference to Adair & Co. show an association between John and William Adair in this period.

Adair, William Robert, London, carver and gilder (1777–85). Initially carried on his business from 26 Wardour St, Soho, which had been earlier used by John Adair.

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, W., High St, Croydon, Surrey, carver and gilder (1822). [D]

Adams, William, 29 (from 1821, 17) New Surrey St, Blackfriars Rd, London, carver and gilder (1809–23). [D]

Adams, William, 2 Somerset Pl., Kennington, London, carver and gilder (1829). [D]

ADAMSON, JAMES, carver and gilder, Candle-maker Row1774–75. i(1)

Adamson, William, St Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster, Yorks., carver and gilder (1818). [D]

Adye, Thomas, London, carver and sculptor (1730–53). Responsible for the carved mahogany ballot box supplied in 1738 to the Society of Dilettanti for whom he had been appointed sculptor.

Agar, Samuel, London, carver (1747–63). A payment of £11 to a ‘Mr. Agar’ entered in John Cobb's bank account at Drummonds on 1 January 1760 may relate to Samuel Agar. Subscribed to Chippendale's Director, 1754. [Poll bk; GL, Sun MS vol. 110, ref.

Agar, Thomas, London, carver (1685–87). Surveyor General of Woods to Charles II and James II and carver in ordinary to Queen Catherine, 1685–87. [Survey of London, vol. 24, p. 385]

Aggio, Paul, Colchester, Essex, carver and gilder (1823–39). Trading at 12 Head St in the 1820s; at High St, also as a picture dealer, in 1832; and by 1839 at 37 High St. [D]

Aglen & Co., 25 Little Britain, London, carvers, gilders and looking-glass manufacturers (1809). [D]

Aglen, George, 410 High St, Cheltenham, Glos., carver and gilder (1830). [D]

Aglen, George William, 26 Hustlegate, Bradford, Yorks., carver and gilder (1834–37). [D]