The index of all the pieces which have appeared in the Newsletters has been updated for the most recent issue No 73.
William Sergeant has pointed out to me that in my own piece about chairs in Lincolnshire wills and inventories the links in the Newsletter piece are tricky to navigate.
The links below should remedy the issue:
1452: A Flemish chair in the inventory of William Duffield, Canon Residentiary of York, Southwell and Beverley, and Fellow of Merton College, Oxford
1505 to 1530 & 1530 to 1532: early references to chairs, stools, forms, trestles and settles in Lincolnshire Wills
1532 to 1534: early references to chairs in Lincolnshire Wills
1661 – 1714 Probate Inventories – what were the citizens of Lincoln sitting on during the reigns of Charles II, James II, William & Mary and Anne?
1663 – Bishop Sanderson’s Flagg-Bottomed Chairs and Other Stories
1665 – Inventory of John Brooke, Chair maker of St Martin’s Parish, Lincoln
1691 – Inventory of William Botamley, Chair maker of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
1696 – Probate Inventory of John Dring of St Peter’s in the Arches, Lincoln 4th December 1696
1705 – John Ashton late of Spalding in the County of Lincoln, chair maker – Inventory
1718 – 1729 The comparative value of an early 18th century Windsor chair