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    apprenticeship records.

    is there any where where I could find these?
    jackie
    Be nice to your kids...they have to choose your nursing home!

    #2
    You'll need to contact the local record office. Some apprenticeship records have survived, but not all. Which area did the person live?

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      #3
      There are some apprenticeship records on: www.originsnetwork.com There are two sets: "London Apprenticeship Abstracts 1442-1850" and "Apprentices of Great Britain 1710-1774" There is more information about the records available on the site - there is no need to be a member to see this or do a basic search, but if you want to look at the records it costs £7.50 for 72 hours access.

      scuda
      Pitman / Pittman in North Glos (Didbrook, Prestbury, Longhope, Tewkesbury, Stow, Cirencester, etc), London & Australia

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        #4
        It might also help to know what trade he was apprenticed to. Some trade guild records might also survive.
        Uncle John

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          #5
          Thanks everyone. he was a Joiner/Carpenter. Manchester area. Though he did purport to be a dealer in cotton goods occasionally. I think that was his moonlighting job.
          Jackie
          Be nice to your kids...they have to choose your nursing home!

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