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Warwickshire - 18th Century Indentured Apprentices

Discussion in 'Warwickshire' started by Bob Spiers, May 8, 2018.

  1. Bob Spiers

    Bob Spiers LostCousins Star

    If anyone is interested, I have a copy of the Book "Warwickshire Apprentices and their Masters 1710-1760 issued by the Dugdale Society at the University Presses Oxford. It has a feast of information on the subject of the book, and I would be willing to check out either an Apprentice by name or a Master as they are alpha indexed. It also lists by areas of Warwickshire and by specific trades.

    I also possess a CD copy of "Warwickshire Parish Apprentices 1662 - 1834" issued by the BMSGH in Data Base format researched by the Coventry Family History Society. The CD is write protected but, again, if necessary, I would be happy to check out individuals on request.

    Anyone interested kindly get in touch by personal Message via this Forum.
     

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