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From: Candy <>
Subject: Re:Apprenticeship records
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 13:31:08 +1000 (EST)
This isn't an answer to your question. However, I hope
this is of interest to you anyway as your Thomas was
from London. Have you searched for info about Thomas'
trial at the Old Bailey site? You might find some more
details about your ancestor... that's if you haven't
done so already! :o)
It's a really good site.
______________________________> Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006
> From: "Linda Fiorentino" <>
> Subject: Apprenticeship records
> Hi to all
> Would SKS please be able to tell me how I would go
> about finding
> apprenticeship records for my missing Thomas?
> On his arrival in Australia it was noted on his
> convict indenture that he
> was a toymaker (at age 16). I assume this to mean
> that he would have been
> apprenticed to learn the trade and that this might
> enable me to find out
> some more information about him.
> He was born c 1803 and London is described as his
> 'native' place on his
> Certificate of Freedom. He was tried in the Surrey
> Quarter Sessions in 1819.
> Linda (Perth West Oz)
> BILLINGTON - Belgrave, Leicestershire
> BROWN - Co. Cork, Ireland
> DERRY - Belgrave, Leicestershire
> GODDARD - Kenilworth & Coventry,Warwickshire
> GOODWIN - Lincolnshire
> HARRIS - Belgrave, Leicestershire
> KELLY - Armagh, Co. Armagh, Ireland
> LUMLEY - Belgrave, Leicestershire
> LYNCH - Co.Cork, Ireland
> MARKS - Kenilworth, Warwickshire
> MURPHY - Queenstown, Co. Cork, Ireland
> SMITH - Belgrave, Leicestershire
> WILLIS - Surrey, UK
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