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Brown(e), William (1808-37)

Brown(e), William, Liverpool, cm (1808–37). Addresses given at 11 Oak St, 44 Cable St, and 14 Houghton St in 1816; 15 Houghton St in 1818; Lawton Ct, Lawton St and 51 Ranelegh St in 1821; 11 Pleasant St with shop at 7 Lawton St in 1823; 91 St James St and 7 Lawton St, with veneer sawmill at Norfolk St in 1824; 91 St James St, 1827; no. 94 and 7 Charters St, 1829; and 9 Roscoe St 1837. Indenture dated 1808. Petitioned freedom on servitude to William Harvey in 1816, paying 6s 8d, and admitted freeman on 8 June 1816. [D; Liverpool freemen's committee bk and reg.] Possibly there are two William Browns here.

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.