3 edition of Tinplateworkers" Company 1666,1668,1676,1681,1683-1800 found in the catalog.
Tinplateworkers" Company 1666,1668,1676,1681,1683-1800
|Statement||abstracted and indexed by Cliff Webb.|
|Series||London Livery Company apprenticeship registers -- v.16|
|Contributions||Society of Genealogists., Guildhall Library.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
The Cutlers' Company Ms /1 contains court minutes (with apprenticeship details) and purports to contain a similar record for However, on careful examination it became clear that this latter period was a record of the Clockmakers' apprenticeships for this period. Innholders' Company apprenticeships; Tinplateworkers' Company apprenticeships; Tobaccopipemakers' Company apprenticeships; GL Ms A is a clerk's memorandum book for the period , The beginning of the volume is very badly faded and partially illegible. Strangely, despite overlapping the court minutes in GL Ms /1.
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Knowing an ancestor’s occupation can help you distinguish him or her from other individuals with the same name. The records associated with your ancestor’s occupation could provide information about his or her life and family. Some occupations are more likely to have records about the people in those occupations than others. There are many records of people in trades, such as bootmakers. Official blazon. Arms: Sable, a chevron Or between three lamps, two in chief with one burner each, the burners inwards, and one in base with two burners, argent garnished Or. Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A spherical ship's lantern Or ensigned with a royal crown of the seventeenth century all proper. Supporters: On either side a tin plate worker of the eighteenth century vested proper.
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The 67th City Livery Company, mainly devoted to charity. Aims most of its giving at technical education. Site contains details of history, including history of the name, and details of activities and affiliations. A Chronological History Of The Worshipful Company Of Tin Plate Workers Alias Wire Workers Of The City Of London: From The Date Of Its Incorporation To The Present Time () [Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due Tinplateworkers Company 1666,1668,1676,1681,1683-1800 book its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. A Chronological History of the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers Alias Wire Workers of the City of London; From the Date of Its Incorporation [Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. From the Apprenticeship Records of the Tinplateworkers’ Company I found that Joseph Lucas was apprenticed to John Miers on the 11th July He would have been 15 years old at the time.
John Miers was one of the richest and most influential people in the tinplate trade in London, so one has to wonder how this arrangement came to be made.
Vol 39 Tallow Chandlers’ Company Vol 16 Tinplate Workers Company + + + + Vol 12 Tobacco Pipe Makers Company Vol 2 Tylers and Bricklayers Company + Vol 19 Upholders Company Vol 43 Vintners’ Company Watermen and Lightermen File Size: KB.
Looking for information about Tin Plate Workers in the early s. I found a poster in one book for the "Annual Report of the Union including a list of the members and those men who have not joined the society" dated Tinplateworkers' Company, (London Apprentices Volume 16) Paperback Next page this book is an essential guide to discovering your Londoner ancestors.
Written by Cliff Webb, who has been deeply involved with family history for over 30 years, it contains valuable information on administrative divisions, census. Feltmakers' Company Apprenticeships Early Court Minute books for the Company survive as follows: Guildhall Library Ms /1 covers ; GL Ms /2GL Ms /3GL Ms /4GL Ms /5 and GL Ms /6 Millers: company book ; admissions ; apprenticeship indentures (indexed) Ref: (part MF), Plumbers, Glaziers, Pewterers and Painters [originally part of.
Reference Library Holdings The Society maintains a reference library which can be accessed by members and visitors alike at our annual Open Day. Additionally individual books may be made available for inspection via some local meetings by prior arrangement.
Reference books can be searched for individual names or facts by prior agreement with. Tinplate consists of sheets of steel, coated with a thin layer of the advent of cheap milled steel the backing metal was once more widely used, the primary use of tinplate now is the manufacture of tin cans.
Tinplate is made by rolling the steel (or formerly iron) in a rolling mill, removing any mill scale by pickling it in acid and then coating it with a thin layer of tin.
Masons' Company apprenticeships The early records of the Company are deposited at the Guildhall Library. Apprenticeship details are included in the court minutes books (GL Ms /), the covering dates of which are (GL Ms /1), (GL Ms /2), (GL Ms /3), (GL Ms /4), (GL Ms /5).
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The Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers is one of the Livery Companies of the City of craftsmen were originally part of the Ironmongers' Company, while the wire workers, who made wire objects such as cages, animal traps and fishhooks, were part of the Girdlers' two groups combined, and were incorporated by a Royal Charter in Some history and the business of the tin plate worker is given by Hurley (The Book of Trades or Library of the Useful Arts.
Vol II. Wiltshire Family History Society, ). The Tinplateworkers’ Company apprenticeships, have been. The first Court Minute book of the Company (Guildhall Library Ms /1) starts in However, detailed records of apprenticeships do not begin until Even thereafter, details are omitted in some entries, including almost all from to The older records of this company are deposited at the Guildhall Library, London.
Three apprentice binding books have been abstracted to create this volume. The first, GL Ms /1 coversthe second, GL Ms /2, and the third, GL Ms /3, There is then a gap; though a 'new book' is noted at the end of GL Ms /1 this seems to be lost.
Court minutes resume in with GL Ms /2 which continues to 26 March GL Ms /3 covers from 1 May to 14 April and GL Ms /4 covers from 10 May to 18 December ; they have all been abstracted here.
Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Includes indexes in each volume. Contents: v. Brewers' company, -- v. Tylers' and bricklayers' company,-- v. Books By Cliff Webb All London Livery Company Apprenticeship Registers.
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