George Browne X (1834-1914)
Built-in kitchen furniture:- (from left to right) cupboard, two shelves, single panel door; (below) cupboard, door of 2 carved panels; range of open shelves with split balusters over cupboard of 2 shelves, pair of doors each with 2 carved panels; low dresser with 3 drawers over 3 long doors with carved panels (the lower part was formerly open); (above) cupboard, early C.18th, double doors with arched panel, moulded cornice; short drawers, below window with carved fronts; long-case clock, brass face, by William Wilson of Kendal (d.1781); (below) 2 long drawers over a cupboard, all carved; stack of short drawers; cupboard with 2 plain fielded panels; (above) box with sloping lid, 'TH 1770'; (above) 5 carved drawers; (above) livery cupboard, 3 spindle galleries in door; (in window), 4 short and 2 long carved drawers. Some of the cupboard doors and drawer fronts, decorated with carved panels of interlacing and geometrical figures, are the work of the last George Browne (1834 - 1914).
Bible box 'TH 1770' is believed to have been made for Thomas Harrison of Holehird, whose daughter Jane Harrison married George Browne (1779-1838) in 1801.
Makers and roles
George Browne X (1834-1914), carver