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Apprentices of Great Britain 1710- 1744
>Over 350,000 apprentice records from all over Great Britain (about 20% are
>Scottish) are now available for searching exclusively on British Origins.
>They are of exceptional value to the family history researcher, containing
>the name of the apprentice, in most cases the name of the apprentices
>or guardian (usually the father, though sometimes the mother, if the father
>was dead), the place the apprentice came from, his fathers trade, the name
>of the master to whom he was indentured, the masters trade, the place where
>the master lived, and the value of the premium paid to the master for
>on the apprentice.
>To preview and see more information about this and other English genealogy
>collections, please visit http://www.britishorigins.com/signup-info.aspx
>select "more info" next to British Origins