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Brown, Thomas (1819)


Burnett, Thomas (1744–74)

Recorded at ‘The King's Arms, against the New Church in the Strand’, 1747–66, and no. 61 Strand, 1760–74. [D] In partnership with Gilbert Burnett, 1747–74. Named as a Fellow of the Society for Arts and Manufactures, 1761–68. Marriage to Miss Jenny Parker…

Campion & Watkins (1829–39)

At 13 Henrietta St, Covent Gdn in 1829 but by 1835 the partnership had ended and Arthur Campion was trading from 10 Adele St, Cheapside. By 1839 the address had changed to 5 Princes St, Gate St. [D]

Champion & Watkins (1829)


Edlin, Edward C (1796–1832)

Recorded at no. 34, 1798–1808; and no. 31, 1831–32. Bills in the Arundel Castle records dated December 1831 for a backgammon table, and September 1832 for a doll, have the heading which reads: ‘Turnery in all its Branch…

Ellis, Moses (1769–1804)

Recorded in Westharding St, 1769–72; Fenchurch St in 1773; Westharding St, 1775–79; and Fetter Lane, 1780–83. Trading at 110 Fetter Lane, 1802–04. Employed one non-freeman for three months in both 1769 and 1772; five for three months in 1773; between…

Erwood, Alfred (1815–34)

Recorded in partnership with James Erwood at no. 3, 1815–25; and alone, at no. 9, 1829–34. Declared bankrupt, Liverpool Mercury, 10 July 1829. [D]

Fernyhough, James (1829)


Gomm, Tom (1731)

Supplied Richard Hoare for Barn Elms House bottle stands, a backgammon table, a chest of drawers etc. costing £23 13s 3d in 1731–32. [V & A Lib., 86 NN. 3]

Gomm, William & Richard (c. 1698–1794)

William Gomm was born c. 1698 the son of Richard Gomm, a yeoman farmer of Chinnor, Oxon. In 1713 he was app. to Hugh Maskall of London, a member of the Leathersellers’ Co. which Gomm also joined on the completion of his apprenticeship. In 1770 he was made…