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Coules, Marmaduke (1754-1781)

Coules, Marmaduke

Bristol, Gloucestershire; upholder (fl. 1754–81)

In the parish of St Augustine in 1754 and at both 13 St Augustine's back and 31 Clifton Hill in 1775.

He bound an apprentice named Cottle in 1756 and was declared bankrupt in 1777 [Poll books; Society of Genealogist apprentice index; Gents Magazine, March 1777].

His trade card is in the Leverhulme Collection print department, Metropolitan Museum, NY.

Source: DEFM

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