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Cotterell, Thomas (1731-54)

Cotterell, Thomas, Birmingham, cm (1731–54). In 1731 took app. named Clement; in 1735, Hodgkins; in 1752, Chamberlain; and in 1754, Masefield. On 16 January 1734 he was paid £3 4s by William, Baron Dudley, Ward of The Grange, Halesowen, Salop (now Worcs.) for ‘three Close Stools and two Dressing Glasses’. Another receipt exists dated 3 September 1751 for ‘a Mahogany Table and silvering and repairing a Glass’ for a Mrs Rock at a cost of £1 1s. [S of G, app. index; Worcs. RO, 2422/705:122/26]

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