22 May 2015

Findmypast record additions

Here are this weeks modest additions at Findmypast

City of London, Haberdashers, Apprentices and Freemen 1526-1933
Lucky you if you have a relative among the 136,545 apprentices who trained with the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers in the City of London and their masters. Information is name, role – Freeman or master, year, birth year, address, occupation, Freeman’s name, Freeman’s address,
admitted by – either patrimony, completion of service or redemption, parent’s name, parent’s address, parent’s occupation, master’s name, London Metropolitan Archives reference.There's a transcript and image of the original entry. Most entries are from the 17th and 18th centuries.

City of London, Ironmongers, Apprentices and Freemen 1511-1923 
The 17,822 entries in this City Of London Ironmongers, Apprentices and Freemen 1511-1923 records contain the details of members of the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers. Information is much as for the Haberdashers above.

Surrey, Southwark, St George the Martyr Mortuary Register 1880-1891
Find 1,948 records in the St George the Martyr Southwark Mortuary Register 1880-1891compiled using information taken from the mortuary register for the parish of St George’s, Southwark.

British Royal Navy, Foreign Awards to Officers Index 1914-1922
Containing 3,031 records, the Royal Navy Foreign Awards to Officers Index 1914-1922 contains the details of awards presented to officers of the Royal Navy by foreign governments. These records might have name, official number (pertains to R.N.R. Skippers, Civil Staff of the Admiralty, and Naval Other Ranks), rank (at the time the award was received), unit or regiment, service branch, foreign award, notes, British awards (listed in standard abbreviated format), death date and cause of death.

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