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Boston Borough Apprentices and Freemen

Includes the following records; Apprenticeship Registers 1663-1903, Register of Freemen 1545-1903, Inhabitants of Boston Late 18th Century. This is an update of 3 publications originally published on microfiche, with some minor changes and corrections. In PDF format. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or above. A free download is available at www.adobe.com...

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Coningsby Manor Court Roll 1731-1854

At each court session the "Homage" (tenants of the manor) would sit in judgement of wrongdoers, who had not respected the established customs. The steward would deal with the transfer of manorial lands, from one tenant or "copyholder" to the next. These records provide an insight into life in Mid-Lincolnshire, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. As copyhold land passed from one relative to...

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Lincolnshire Masters & Apprentices 1711-1810

Contains transcriptions from the Inland Revenue Ledgers of all masters and apprentices, identifiable as being from Lincolnshire. Four reports generated from the transcriptions have been included in this CD version, these are; Masters by Place & Trade, Masters by Surname & Place, Apprentices by Place, Apprentices by Surname. A surname index has been included, as there are many spelling variations o...

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Lincolnshire Poll Book 1725

A complete photographic record, with a transcription and surname index, of this handwritten book, that lists by place, all those who voted in the 1725 bi-election. It lists the names, place of residence, place where freehold land was held, and for whom they voted. In PDF format. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or above (not supplied on the CD) A free download is available from www.adobe.co...

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The Freemen of the City of Lincoln (1646-1867)

The most common way of becoming a Freeman of Lincoln was by apprenticeship, and all the details of apprenticeships are to be found here together with Freemen, by Birth, Purchase and Gift. All the references relating to the same apprenticeship have been brought together into one paragraph, these being enrolment, assignment(s) and enfranchisement.for the same apprentice. The freemen appear in alphab...

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