Cluer was an engraver, printer and music publisher, apprenticed in 1695 and freed in 1702. Cluer traded at the printing office in Maidenhead, Bow Churchyard, off Cheapside, London from 1710 and had seven apprentices between 1718 and 1726. On his death in 1728 the business passed to his widow, who traded alone for three years before in 1731 marrying Thomas Cobb, Cluer’s foreman. After her death, in 1736 Cobb transferred the business to Elizabeth’s brother, William Dicey who had set up in the Aldemary Churchyard.
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