Twinespinners

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Apprenticeship: Joseph Smith to Samuel Steele, marinerApprenticeship: John Springall to Henry Gibson Dewson, ropemaker and twinespinnerApprenticeship: Thomas Woolverton to Robert Lancaster, shipwrightApprenticeship: William Chase to Thomas Corey, ...

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Apprenticeship: Henry Quinton to Henry CroskillApprenticeship: John Varley to William Haw, ropemaker and twinespinnerApprenticeship: Edmund Drurey to John Spanton and John Winn, shipwrightsApprenticeship: Nathan Minns to James Dalling, mastmaker a...

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Apprenticeship: Joseph Breame to John MorrisApprenticeship: Joseph Manning jnr to John Watson, brazierApprenticeship: Francis Turner to William GibbsApprenticeship: Edmund Welden to John Colby, twinespinnerApprenticeship: Thomas Rooke to Richard R...

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Apprenticeship: Thomas Sewels to Christopher Sayers, blockmakerApprenticeship: John Mitchells jnr to John Winn, shipwrightApprenticeship: John Wright jnr to Robert Lancaster, shipwrightApprenticeship: Gilbert Fairby to Thomas Hurry, marinerApprent...

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Apprenticeship: William Jackson to Thomas Adkin, merchantApprenticeship: Joshua Palmer jnr to John Cabon and Samuel Balls, shipwrightsApprenticeship: Thomas Mialls to William Sayers, marinerApprenticeship: James Dale to Thomas Kett, twinespinnerAp...

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Apprenticeship: Siberon Colman to Robert Ferrier, marinerApprenticeship: John Gowerty to Thomas Hurry jnr, marinerApprenticeship: Israel Tompkin to Matthew Kett, marinerApprenticeship: John Steward to Henry Gibson Dewson, ropemaker and twine spinn...

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Apprenticeship: Sam Drury jnr to Nathan Symonds, twinespinnerApprenticeship: Obadiah Barruck to Thomas Martin esqApprenticeship: William Burrows jnr to Thomas Martin esqApprenticeship: George Cross jnr to Charles Le Grys, merchant