Item 4 - Indenture of apprenticeship of Alfred Lawrence

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Indenture of apprenticeship of Alfred Lawrence


  • 30 Nov. 1842 (Creation)

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Alfred Lawrence, son of William Lawrence of Pitfield Street, Hoxton, co. Middx., builder, puts himself apprentice to Henry Grissell, citizen and ironmonger of London, for seven years, in consideration of £157 10s.; witnessed by S. Adams Beck of Ironmongers’ Hall.

(A printed form, filled up by hand.)

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This description was created by A. C. Green in 2020.




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