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Abrahams, Henry

66 Hackney Road, London; picture frame manufacturer (fl.1877)

Abrahams, J., 33 Red Cross St, Bow, London, u (1826). [D]

Abrahams, John

21 Bevis Marks, London; cabinet maker (fl.1845)

Abrahams, Lewis

438 The Strand, London; cabinet maker (fl.1845)

Abrahams, Nathaniel, Guildford St, Chertsey, Surrey, u (1839). [D]

Abrahams, Nathaniel

81 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester, Lancashire; cabinet maker (fl.1879)

Abram, C.

Birmingham, Warwickshire (West Midlands region); chair maker (fl.1866)

Abram, Henry

Manchester, Lancashire (Northwest region); chair maker (fl.1882-1887)

Listed at 52 Spear Street, Manchester (Kelly's Directory, 1882 & 1887; Slater's Directory, 1887).

Abram, John, ‘The Sun’, Long Acre, London, gilder (1714). [GL, Sun MS vol. 3, p.94]

Abram, John

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1685

Son of John Abram, Gentleman, of London. Apprenticed to William Rogers for 7 years, from 7 July 1685.

Abram, John

Joiners' Company Member

Freedom 1692

Made free by servitude on 5 Jul 1692.

By consent of the said William here in Court.

Abram, William

Manchester, Lancashire (Northwest region); chair maker (fl.1868-1879)

Abram, William jnr, High Wycombe, Bucks., chairmaker (b. 1816–41). [PR; 1841 Census]

Abram, William snr, High Wycombe, Bucks., chairmaker (1815–40). [PR]

Abram, William snr

High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (Thames Valley region); chair maker (fl.c.1815-1851)

Abram(s), William & John, Manchester, cm and u (1825–40). Addresses at 54 Back Piccadilly in 1825; Oldham St until 1840, no. 9 in 1829 and nos 5, 6 and 7 in 1832–33. [D]

Abrams, John & Robert, Oldham St, Manchester, with manufactories in Garden St and Major St, cm and u (1828–40). Recorded at 9 Oldham St in 1836 and 1840; nos 5 and 9, also with premises at Major St in 1838. [D]

Abrathat, Thomas

Joiners' Company Apprentice

Apprenticeship 1711

Son of Thomas Abrathat, Gentleman, of Berkenstead, Hertfordshire. Apprenticed to Joseph Gurney for 7 years, from 25 Sep 1711.

In consideration of £10.00.00

Abrey, Henry, High St, Chelmsford, Essex, cabinet maker and upholder (1823–40). In November 1834 suffered a fire at his cabinet warehouse in New St, Chelmsford. [D; Times, 25 November 1834; Oxford RO, Misc.