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Burns, Thomas (1763-1837)

Burns, Thomas 

Liverpool; cabinet maker (b. 1763–d. 1837)

Addresses given at Tythebarn Street, 1805–07; Marylebone, 1810–11; Gildart's Gardens, 1821; 5 All Saints Lane, 1823–24; and Collingwood Street, Scotland Road, 1831

Apprenticed to Henry Banks and admitted a freeman on 30 May 1796.

The death of his wife, Martha, was reported in the Liverpool Mercury, 22 July 1831.

Thomas Burns death on 17 August 1837 (aged 74) was  recorded in the account of lives in lease granted by Corporation of Liverpool [Liverpool freemen registers].

Source: DEFM

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