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Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, 1532-1565.

Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, 1532-1565.

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Published by Alan Sutton in Gloucester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Elizabeth Ralph and Nora M. Hardwick.
SeriesBristol Record Society"s publications -- 33
ContributionsRalph, Elizabeth, 1911-, Hardwick, Nora M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14167280M

The books provide an introduction to modern European and American art and criticism that should be valuable both to students and to the general reader. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, Author: Bristol (England),Elizabeth Ralph. Publisher: Bristol Record Society. ISBN: N.A. Category: Apprentices. Page: N.A. View. Some account of the Ancient fraternity of merchant taylors of Bristol. 5. Ralph, Elizabeth. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part III 6. Webb, J. Poor Relief in Elizabethan Ipswitch. 7. James, Edwin. A History of Agriculture and Prices in England: pg 8. Lambert, Joseph.

We find the connection between his home in that town and his move to Bristol, Gloucestershire in the Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, ,, part IIi, Bistol Record Society Publication, vol. 43, pg. 35, entry # [FHL # /B2 B46] which reads as follows under the year “ Calendar of the Bristol apprentice book, The city and county of Bristol; City of Bristol, The oath of a burgess: You shall be good and true unto His Majesty King George II. and to the heirs and successors of the said king, and to the lieutenant, master mayor of the city of Bristol, and the ministers of the same, in all causes.

The lost children of Wythe County, Virginia, poor school children, orphans and apprentices from county records Author: Kegley, Mary B. Published: () Calendar of the Bristol apprentice book, Published: (). HOLLIS, D (ED) - Bristol Records Society's Publications Vol XIV CALENDAR OF THE BRISTOL APPRENTICE BOOK - Part I S M HOLLOWAY, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE ROYAL MARINES MUSEUM - From Trench and Turret: Royal Marines' Letters and Diaries EDITED BY ANNE F HOLLOWELL - The Mendip Hills.


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Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, 1532-1565 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, - ; part III, - [Elizabeth Ralph & Nora M Hardwick [editors]:] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, - ; part III, - Author: Elizabeth Ralph & Nora M Hardwick [editors].

Calendar of the Bristol apprentice book, [Bristol] Printed for the Bristol Record Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D Hollis; Elizabeth Ralph; Nora M Hardwick; Bristol (England).

Oxfam Bookshop Cheltenham Calender Of The Bristol Apprentice Book Part II Published See Oxfam website for delivery information. The Great White Book of Bristol, Bristol Record Society, 32 () E.; Hardwick, N.M. eds., Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book ; vol. 2: ; volBristol Record Society, 33, 43 () Sharp, M.

ed., Accounts of the constables of Bristol castle in. Bristol apprentices from Youghal, in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. The Great White Book of Bristol [pdf 15 MB] out of print. E Ralph and N Hardwick. Calendar of Bristol Apprentice Book, Part 2, - [pdf 49 MB] £5 + postage.

Margaret Sharp. Accounts of the Constables of Bristol Castle in the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries [pdf 18 MB] out of print. Hollis, D. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, Part 1available online at Bristol Record Society website - free.

Ralph, E. and N. Hardwick. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, Part 2available online at Bristol Record Society website. Hollis, editor, Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part I.

() (Bristol Record Society) Bristol Record Society Publications, Latin calendar. Elizabeth Ralph and Nora M. Hardwick, editors, Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book. Part II. 6 E. Ralph and N. Hardwick, Bristol Apprentice Book Part 2, pp.

30, 59, E. Ralph, Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book –Part 3, (Bristol Records Society, ). 7 J. Vanes (ed.), Docum ents Illustrating the Overseas Trade of Bristol in t he Sixteent C ntury, (Bristol Record Society, ), p.

File Size: KB. Hollis (D), editor CALENDAR OF THE BRISTOL APPRENTICE BOOK Part I Folding frontis, viii + pp, original cloth-backed paper boards. Volume Bristol.

Ralph, Elizabeth and Hardwick, Nora M - Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book - Published by Bristol Record Society, Three Volumes: Vol II, ; Vol III, Probably out of print, but second hand copies can be found through online bookstores such as Ambra Books (see also below), and John Townsend - Antiquarian.

Library Catalogue This catalogue lists all the media available in the Research Room; books, CDs, microfiche, maps, etc. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice BookPart II (B.R.S., XXXIII) Media. BOOK. Read more Title.

Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice BookPart III Author. RALPH. Apprenticeship and Training in Premodern England - Volume 68 Issue 3 - PATRICK WALLIS If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, –, Part II, – vol Bristol Record Society, Cited by: We find the connection between his home in that town and his move to Bristol, Gloucestershire in the Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book,part IIi, Bristol Record Society Publication, vol.

43, pg. 35, entry # [FHL # /B2 B46] which reads as follows under the year " Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part 3, Bristol Record Society Usual format, pp inc indexes of persons and places.

The book comprises a long list of over apprentices, their fathers, trades and masters. The Bristol Archives (formerly the Bristol Record Office) holds a continuous series of Bristol Apprenticeship Records dating from to They are contained in a set of 26 books, known as The Bristol Apprenticeship Books and were originally identified by the Bristol Archives as Volumes AB/1(a) to AB/1(z).

Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part II by Elizabeth Ralph, Nora M. Hardwick Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part II by Elizabeth Ralph, Nora M.

Hardwick (p. Bristol Records Society Volume 12 XII Bristol Charters R.C. Latham; Volume 13 XIII The Deposition Books of Bristol Vol. 1, ; Volume 14 XIV Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, Part 1 D. Hollis; Volume 16 XVI The Great. Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book Part II by RALPH, ELIZABETH & HARDWICK, NORA (EDS.) and a great selection of related books.

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On 17 th April David Savage entered the Guildhall at Bristol where before John Caple, the mayor, and John Williams and John Wilkyns, town sheriffs, he had the king’s great seal affixed in green wax placed on the charters to ratify their liberties and confirm such for their heirs and successors.

The transaction was then entered in the Red Book of Bristol, on folio, by Philip Ricart.Bristol, (Bristol Record Society, Vol. XLI, ), p. 15 Nicholas Williams was a Bristol tailor who had progressed to become a draper / cloth merchant: E. Ralph and N. M. Hardwick (eds.), Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book,Part II (Bristol Record Society Author: Evan T Jones.8 Hollis, D., ed., Calendar of the Bristol apprentice book, –, Part I, – (Bristol Record Society, ), vol.

XIV, 9 In a sample of 1, apprentices bound between –, ( per cent) were sons of craftsmen and ( per cent) were sons of Cited by: