A List of London Bookbinders, 1648-1815

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WAKELING, Edward
s. of James W. of Swithins' Lane, Wheelwright.
4 Aug. 1772. appr. to Robert Black. £40 premium.
3 Apr. 1787 free.
1786-8, Shoemaker Row, 2 appr. 1 premium: £10.
1788, Tower of London, 1 appr. Premium: £10.
1802, Swan Street, Minories, 1 app.
1805 Holden, s.a.
1809 joined the Trade Society. He stated that he had not been a member since 1787 (the time of a famous strike and prosecution for combination, when some journeymen became employers. See L. B.), and had been working for himself.

WAKELING,William/Elizabeth (Betty)/ WAKELING & PENNY (see also PENNY)
s. of Edmund W. of Goodman's Fields, Mail Maker.
2 Feb. 1773 appr. to Thomas Pimlow.
2 Mar. 1780 free.
1786-8, Shoemaker Row, Blackfriars, 2 appr.
1790 U.B.D., s.a.
1797, Oxford Arms Passage, 1 appr. = William Penny(q.v.).
20 Oct. 1798, Trade Committee Minutes. 'Mr. Wakelin, Oxford Arms Passage, produced indentures. Admitted for 10s. 6d.' He apparently became a journeyman again.

Elizabeth Wakeling (widow).
1805 Holden, 2. St. Andrew's Hill.
1806-11, Betty Wakeling, s.a., 2 appr. + 1 t.o.
1809 Holden, Wakeling & Penny, s.a.
1813 List, Wakeling & Penny.
William Penny(q.v.) then continued alone.

WAKELING, Samuel (brother).
s. of Edmund W. of Saffron Walden, Mail Maker, decd.
4 Feb. 1783 appr. to Joseph Demonseau.
7 Sept. 1790 free and livery.
1790-1 Livery List, Lovell's Court.
1792Ibid., Old Change.
1793- 1822Ibid., America.
1795-8, Arch or Mulberry Street, Philadelphia. ( Hannah D. French's essay in Bookbinding in America, Portland, Maine, 1941, p. 115).

WALKER, Thomas/Mary
s. of Thomas W. of Southwark, Cheesemonger.
6 Mar. 1704 appr. to Richard Humphrys.
4 Aug. 1712 free.
1716, n.a., 1 appr.
1722-4, Creed Lane, 2 appr. 1 premium: £5.
Apprentices included W. Adley.

Mary Walker (widow?).
1738-48, Creed Lane, 3 appr.
Apprentices included T. Haldey, M. Spier.

WALKER, William
? s. of Edward W. of Tower Hill, Cabinet Maker.
6 Feb. 1770 appr. to Robert Gyfford of Tower Street, Stationer.
4 Mar. 1777 free.
8 Apr. 1777 livery.
1783, Water Lane, Fleet Street, Vellum Bookbinder, 1 appr.
1785 List, Plough Court, Fleet Street, Vellum Bookbinder.
1787-9, [25] Plough Court, Fetter Lane, 2 app. 1 premium: 30 gns.
1790 U.B.D., s.a.
1794, Castle Street, Long Acre, 1 appr. Premium: 50 gns.
Apprentices included S. Lockyer.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Addenda xxxiv
  • D 5
  • E 28
  • F 35
  • H 41
  • I 42
  • K 53
  • M 56
  • N 62
  • O 70
  • P 72
  • Q 73
  • S 78
  • T 83
  • U 91
  • W 96
  • Appendix - Bookbinders' Tool Engravers, Book Edge Gilders, Leather Seller, Marble Paper Manufacturer 104
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