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Burrow(e)s, Joseph (1720-1758)

Burrow(e)s, Joseph

Chester, Cheshire; cabinet maker (fl. 1720–58)

The son of Joseph Burrowes, apprenticed to Edward Turnbrooke, joiner and cabinet maker, from 13 January 1720 to December 1726. He was admitted a freeman in 1727.

His apprentice, John Edwards was made free (April 1744); he bound Thomas Woodworth as an apprentice (1749–55); and his apprentice, George Fothergill, was made free (July 1758) [Chester apprentice books and freemen rolls].

Source: DEFM

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