Wm Monday, cabinet-maker and upholsterer
W Quint, cabinet-maker and ironmonger
Thomas Metherill, formerly of Ashburton....late of Torquay...., Cabinet maker and upholsterer
London Gazette Issue 19364 11 March 1836, p491
The previous year Thos. Shephard Mugridge, jun., late of Ashburton, married Miss Creek* of Ashburton at St Pancras Church, New Road, London.
They had a 4 month old daughter, Eliz., and were in St Pancras for the 1851 census. Thomas was a cabinet maker.
Western Times 23 February 1850, p5 col1
Henry Gard Mugridge was living in East Street in the 1911 census, next to William Henry Cook Mugridge (see People and Properties 1900s). Both were cabinet makers.
1870s Policy No. 588428 from the Phoenix Assurance Company. Mr John Mead, cordwainer, took out fire insurance for three properties in Heavyhead Lane, totalling £170, at an annual premium of 14s 4d.
Included on the schedule is:
on a dwelling house, stone timber and slated, in tenure of John
Maddock, Edward Just (?) and others as a private dwelling house, except
that in a room on the ground floor, lighted by candles and warmed by
common fire place with high guard in front, said Mr Maddock carries on
his trade as a cabinet maker, situate in Heavyhead Lane Ashburton
For more on this policy, see the 1870s section of the Virtual Museum
John Vincent Maddick, son of Vincent and Prudence, was baptised in Plymouth in April 1805
Plymouth parish records
In 1851 John V Maddock was a lodger in East Street. A cabinet maker, he had been born in Plymouth
1851 census HO107, piece no 1871, folio 287, p3
John Maddock of East Street was planning to dispose of his cabinet making business in 1856. It would be a 'good opportunity' for 'any person with a small capital'.
Western Times 22 November 1856, p4 col2
The voters' lists were being revised in October 1861. John Vincent Maddock was described as being the owner of a house and land at East Street and an orchard at Ballant, and land, Dorcas, at Ballant, at a rental of £15 a year.* The original owner of the property, with whom the claimant lodged, gave up the tenancy to Mr Maddock, and receipts showed that he had since paid the rent. His vote was allowed.
Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 11 October 1861, p6 col3
*I hope that I have interpreted this correctly
In 1871 John Vincent Maddick was a lodger at the Culloden Inn in North Street. Aged 67, he was a cabinet maker
1871 census RG10, piece no 2080, folio 53, p17
In 1881 77 year old John Maddick, cabinet maker, is shown as living in
Heavyhead Lane. His relationship to the head of the house, Maria
Pengilly, is uncertain. She is a widow - also living in the house are
Lewis Pengilly, Richard and James Gilly, all described as 'son law', and
Eliza Syms, described as a niece.
1881 census RG11, piece no 2161, folio 75, p25
With thanks to Fiona Garratt