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Name Index

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Apprenticeship indentures from Stockleigh English Parish Church

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 33, (1901), pp. 484-494.

by

J. Erskine-Risk

Prepared by Michael Steer

Apprenticeship has long served as a means of training boys (and some girls) in crafts and trades as preparation for becoming an independent craftsman in adult life. Apprenticeship was in decline in the eighteenth century, as wage labour became more common and it became more difficult to set up as a master. Nonetheless guilds continued to enrol apprentices, and pauper apprenticeship continued to flourish as a means by which parishes and charitable institutions could prepare young people for future employment. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

 

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A  
Anne, Queen 488-9, 492-3
Avary, Robert 490
B  
Bellew, E 491
Bellew, Henry gent (Belhugh) 486-9
Bellew, Johan 486
Bellew, Philip 486
Bellew, Thomas 491
Bellew, William 491
Bing, Thomas 489
Blackmore, William 488
Blackwell, William 491
Bradford, James 488
Bradford, John 486
Bradford, Thomasine 486-7
Brushfield, Dr 493
Buller family 488
Buller, James Esq 491
Burrington, John 489
C  
Carrington, James 491
Chanter, Richard 488
Charles II 487, 493
Cockram, Robert 488, 490
Coplestone, Rev J H 493
Courtenay, Charles gent 487
Courtenay, Sarah 487
Cruwys, Samuel 490
Culme, John 487
D  
Dalleye, Sarah 488
Dalloy, Frances 491
Davie, William 486-8
Dimond, John 489
Dowrich, Katherine 486
Drew, Abraham 488
Drew, Joan 489
Drew, Sarah 490
Drewe, John 486
E  
Edward I 484
Elizabeth I 485-6
Elworthy, John 491
Elworthy, William 487, 492
F  
Ffursson, John 488
Fulford, Francis 491
G  
George I 490, 492-3
George II 488-93
George III 485, 491-3
George IV 492-3
Goss, John snr 491
Goss, John jr 491
Goss, Susannah 491
Gould, John 487
Gould, Moses 488
Greene, Thomasine 487
Gribble, John 486
Gribble, Markes 486-8
Gribble, Thomasine 487
H  
Haache, John 490
Hall, Hugh 487
Hippisley, John H Esq 491
Hodge, William 491
Hoskings, Caleb 488
J  
James II 493
Joanes, John 487
K  
Kerr, R 493
Kerslake, John 489
L  
Lucas, R O P 489
M  
Madge, James 491
Mellor, David 489
Morrish, Abraham 490
Morrish, Richard 487-8
Morrish, William 489
Muffet, Dr J 493
N  
Newman, Dr 494
Northcote, Henry 491
O  
Osmond, John 491
P  
Partridge, Thomas 490
Pine, J 491
Piper, Edward 490
Polwhele 493
Pomeroy, Robert 490-1
Pope, Mary 489
Pow, William 491
Powe, Abraham 491
Q  
Quicke, Andrew 489-90
Quicke, Johan 486
Quicke, John 486-7
Quicke, William 487
R  
Roberts, John 491
S  
Snell, John 491
Snytell family (also Sneddle, Snedal) 486
Snytall, Humfrey 486
Sydenham, J 489
V  
Vincombe, E Emo 487
W  
Wellington, James 488, 490-1
Wellington, Philip 486
Wellington, Susannah 487
Wellington, Thomas 489
William & Mary 487, 492-3
William III 486, 488
Worth, John 489-90
Wyat, William 490