This is good news! I just did a quick and dirty using (sorry)
Malmesbury and got only 103 hits but they contain names a plenty. I
don't think my Welsh iron workers were apprentices nor my Malmesbury
Gardeners (seedsmen and market gardners) but it is fascinating
I had to google to find it <G> they have so many records now but that
worked quickly and efficently thanks to Lynne putting the proper title
On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 2:34 PM, Lynne Ingalls
List - Some weeks ago, Billie and Elizabeth notified list members
on-line availability of microfilmed records at TNA's website. I have since
learned that the UK, Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures,
1710-1811 is available on Ancestry.com
, with some transcriptions at the
bottom of the pages (master's names, apprentice's names, and residence).
Rather than spend hours downloading the films from TNA's website, those with
Ancestry subscriptions can now read the pages on their site.
Lynne in Tucson