Apprenticeship indentures - Parish apprenticeship indenture.
Apprentice: David Pickard (a poor boy belonging to the parish of Sedgebrook).
Master: George Armson of Grantham, mason. Term: 7 years.
Witnesses: Richard Lubins & Richard Laxon. 18 July 1766.
UK Register of Duties Paid for Apprentice Indentures 1710-1811
27th June 1716
Master: Robert Squire of Sedgebrook Lincs, Taylor
Apprentice: Jno Handley, son of William Handley
14th September 1716
Master: Francis Dennis of Sedgebrook, co Lincoln, Wolster
Apprentice: John Burton 10th July
1st June 1752
Master: William Turney of Sedgebrook co Lincoln, Fellmonger
Apprentice: Saml Alsop
Thurs 14th June 1770
Master: Jno Allen of Sedgebrook, Butcher
Apprentice: Thomas Pallman
8th April 1776
Master: Rich. Gray of Sedgebrook, co. Lincs, Taylor
Apprentice: Jno Butler
26th April 1781
Master: John Allen of Sedgebrook, co Lincoln, Butcher
Apprentice: Thomas Doubleday
1st December 1799
Master: Thomas Hasten of Sedgebrook, co Lincs, Carpenter
Apprentice: Wm Dickinson
Harvester Unpublished Finding Aids for Genealogical Research - Indexes to Apprentices Indentures 1763-1774
Master: Henry Swan Surgeon & Apothecary of Lincoln
Apprentice: Benjamin Turney for £70
Master: Rob Cox of Nottingham, Hosier
Apprentice: Wm Turney for £20.