Dell Index of Bucks Apprentices (CD)

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information about some of the boys and girls from Bucks who were apprenticed .
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The CD contains information about some of the boys and girls from Bucks who were apprenticed . Sources include, the Parish Poor Law Records and Charity Records held at the CBS, the William Harding Charity records and some records of the London Livery Companies. Typically given are the name of the apprentice, his/her home parish, father, the master and his/her trade.

 

In all some 25,000 persons are listed, 7,800 of them apprentices, approximately half of them indentured to London masters.

The earliest London apprenticeship recorded is 1439 and the earliest local apprenticeship is 1606. The records continue to 1900 mostly by then the Harding Trust apprentices.

Requires Windows PC not MAC compatible

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