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Evans, Robert H. (1835)

Evans, Robert H., 93 Pall Mall, London, joiner or carpenter (1835). Named in the Lord Chamberlain's accounts in September 1835 for work done at Kensington Palace, making two deal presses with fitted shelves and ‘moulded & rose panneled Doors’, costing £20 14s and £17 5s for the wardrobe rooms of the Duchess of Kent and Baroness Lehzen. [Windsor Royal Archives]

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