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Deadman, James (1780-90)

Deadman, James, Hoxton Mkt, Shoreditch, London, joiner and cm (1780s). App. to his brother, Samuel Deadman, joiner and cm, and served for three years, when Samuel Deadman's business declined and he went to Scotland, giving up his claim to the apprenticeship. James's oldest child was twelve, so his apprenticeship was probably in the 1780s. [GL, P83/MRY1/872/45]

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