16 Results for Apprentices/Apprenticeships
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- KL/C 9
Part of King's Lynn Borough Archives
The freemen, or burgesses, of King's Lynn owed their special status to a royal charter granted to them by King John in 1204. Newly admitted burgesses were even issued with a certificate which reminded them that they owed their privileges to t...
- ACC 2021/3
Apprenticed to William James Balls of Great Yarmouth, smack owner and sail maker, 1 Jan 1883.
- Y/C 22
Following a reorganisation of the borough government in 1426, entries recording payments for the admission of freemen occur, from 1429 onwards, on the borough court rolls. Later, lists of freemen admitted are to be found on the court rolls, in the...
- JLD 4/7/90
- JLD 4/7/88
Indentures binding male and, some female, apprentices to Jarrold and Sons to learn trades including bookbinder, stationer, compositor, bookseller, lithographic printer, letterpress printer, wholesale stationer, machine minder, fancy goods trader, ...
- JLD 4/12/6
Largely letters to and from W.T.F. Jarrold or T.H.C. Jarrold. These include a covering letter for a manuscript called 'Take care of No. 1', a letter from R.E. Garland, proprietor of the department store Garland's; an internal letter...
Apprenticeship indenture, Christopher Jarvis to John Beeston of Wendling, miller, 1776; accounts for conveyancing; assignment for benefit of creditors, George Bush Daynes of Oxborough to Sir Lewis Whincop Jarvis, 1878; solicitor's accounts, 1892
- BL/SL 5/18
- JLD 3/2/104
- nd [mid 20th century]
Deed for the printing division.