Charle's Eyre, King's printer
Born son of J. Eyre
1767 William Strahan negotiated to purchase one-third of the king's printer from Charles Eyre.
1784 Charles Eyre., King's printer, of Clapham, Surrey and William Strahan, King's printer, of London. sued James Cooper, bookseller, of Yarmouth, Norfolk, to prevent the printing of certain prayers; similar cases were brought against other defendants
1794 of Clapham Common, died at Brighton
Sources of Information
-  British History online
- The Times, Sep 19, 1794