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Freelove, William (1726)

Freelove, William, Lincoln's Inn Fields, near Clare Mkt, London, upholder and broker (1726). Notice in the press, 21 April 1726 read: ‘I, John Henley, clerk, teacher, or preacher to a congregation of protestants dissenting from the Church of England, scrupling infant baptism, pursuant to the statute in that case made, do hereby certify to his Majesty's justices of the peace now assembled in Quarter Sessions in Hicks Hall, that I have appointed the house now in the possession OF ONE William Freelove, upholder and broker, in Great Lincoln's Inn Fields, near Clare Market, in the parish of St. Giles-in-the Fields, to assemble and meet in for religious worship.’ [Heal; Winterthur, Delaware, Symonds papers, 75×69.29]

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