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DATE OF iNDENTURE MASTERS NAME AND TRADE APPRENTICE NAME
Mar 19 1800 Received of John Greenwood the sum of ten Pounds in lieu of having an apprentice



























First Class:

  • Create User Name
  • Create Sandbox
  • Practice

Second Class:

  • Understand Use and Contribution
  • Access Sandbox
  • Write Helpful Information About Yourself


Third Class:

  • Try Test Page in Sandbox

Goals:

  • Learn Wiki
  • Do Three Pages
  • Use Wiki To Research

Learning Icons

  1. Copy
  2. Paste
  3. Special Box

Books

  1. Generations of Websters
  2. Coal Mining in Utah
  3. Warner Family

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978.923 V28L

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FHL film 1894275

FHL book 973 P3c

Emails

  1. webster_84720@yahoo.com
  2. blwebsters@myway.com
  3. sharonwebster467@gmail.com

Pictures

  1. Webster Family
  2. Warner Family
  3. Dorrity Family


Tables

Chart: Charity ApprenticeshipThis Indenture
Date of Indenture Masters Name and Trade Apprentice Name
Mar 19 1800 Received of John Greenwood the sum of ten pounds
Apr 4 Received of Thomas Gregory the sum of ten Pounds
Apr 28 Luke Greenwood dresser William Holden
Do John Gurr esq gun maker Thomas Oates



Jul 21 Thomas Greenwood cotton manufacturer
Jan 7 1801 George Green comb maker Paid the fine in lieu of having a Parish apprentice





The only schedules[1] that have survived

Washington County, Maine[2] mortality schedule
  1. exception is the Minnesota manufacture schedule for 1900
  2. Samuel F. Barker household, 1840 U.S. census, Washington County, Maine, Population schedule, town of Calais

1The brown bear

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