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Apprenticeship Records at the Society of Genealogists


The SoG library and online collections contain remarkable source materials for apprenticeships. 

From the records of the tax levied on 18th century apprenticeships,  to original indentures, to parish apprenticeships and the published lists of freemen who gained their freedom by apprenticeships, the Society of Genealogists is probably the first place to start a search for these useful genealogical resources.

Can't make this time? Book anyway as this talk will be recorded and available to watch for 2 weeks. 

About the speaker:

Else Churchill is the Genealogist at the Society Genealogists in London and a has over 30 years of experience as a genealogist.


Formerly a professional genealogical librarian and researcher, Else has worked for the SoG since 1994. She is the Society’s subject lead, working across the organisation and runs the publishing programme.


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