London apprenticeship indentures

17 records

  • Indenture of apprenticeship as stationer, Nathaniel Sackett, son of Nathaniel Sackett late of the Citty of Canterbury, gent, dec'd, to John Southby, stationer of London, 6 December 1686.
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Ambrose Sackett, son of John Sackett of Margate, Kent, gent, to Meredith Bishop, London, 30 March 1757. Consideration one penny.
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Thomas Sackett, son of William Sackett of Margate, farmer, to Ambrose Sackett, shipwright of London, 27 November 1777. Consideration one penny.
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Henry Stokes, son of Peter Stokes of St Laurence in Kent, labourer, to Ambrose Sackett, shipwright of London, 15 July 1779. Consideration one penny.
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Thomas Courthope, son of John Bryan Courthope of Saint Mary Rotherhithe, boat builder, to Henry Sackett, shipwright of London, 7 March 1792. Consideration "faithfull service."
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, John Sackett, son of John Sackett of St Peter in Thanet, Kent, husbandman, to Henry Sackett, London, 25 February 1796. Consideration "faithfull service."
  • "This is to certify the within named John Sackett was this 28th April 1803 admitted and sworn into the Freedom of the Shipwrights Company. Witness John Whetstone, Clerk."
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, William Sackett, son of John Sackett of Margate, carrier, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 23 February 1797. Consideration one penny.
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, William Gore, son of James Gore of Margate, Kent, mariner, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 25 November 1802. Consideration "faithfull service".
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, James Thomas Egan, son of James Egan late of St Giles in the Fields, salesman, deceased, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 31 December 1807. Consideration "faithfull service".
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Francis Sackett to his father Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 26 October 1809. Consideration "faithfull service."
  • "This is to certify the within named Francis Sackett was this 28th February 1817 admitted and sworn into the Freedom of the Shipwrights Company. John Whetstone, Clerk of the sd Company."
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Thomas Pay Robins, son of the late Edward Robins of Rotherhithe, shipwright, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 31 December 1812. Consideration "faithfull service".
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, Richd Grant, son of Richd Grant of Margate, Kent, marriner, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 27 January 1814. Consideration "faithfull service".
  • Indenture of apprenticeship as shipwright, James John Alston, son of James Alston of Rotherhithe, mast maker, to Thomas Sackett, shipwright of London, 31 August 1815. Consideration four pounds, Mr H T Dixon's gift paid by the Draper's Company.
  • "This is to certify that John Henry Sackett, son of John & Louisa, was this 31st day of March 1825 admitted and sworn into the Freedom of the Shipwright's Company by Patrimony. John Whetstone, Clerk of said Company."
  • Certificate of admission by patrimony of Vincent Sackett, born without the Liberty of the City, to wit at Rotherhithe, Surrey, son of John Sackett, shipwright, into Freedom of the Shipwright's Company, London, 6 July 1830.

Source:
"London, England, Freedom of the City Admission Papers, 1681–1925." Digital images. Ancestry.com. (http://search.ancestry.co.uk). (Researched by Chris Sackett).

Page posted Feb 2012, 17 records.