Ringwood, William

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6 Anglesea Street, 1783–1802 [as apprentice and associate of Thomas Perry]
4 Anglesea Street, 1803–18 [as associate of Thomas Perry]
150 Abbey Street, 1830–31
27 Mary Street, 1832


Apprenticed to Thomas Perry (Rice) and his name is sometimes seen in Perry violins (Henley).

He also worked on his own account.

After Perry's death in 1818, Ringwood set up in partnership with Wheatley and developed a prosperous dealing business (Rice), employing several assistants (Henley).

He was apparently a 'professor of music' in Waterford c. 1824 (Boydell).

Last Update: 26-09-2013