Roll of Apprentices, Burgh of Aberdeen, 1622 - 1796

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Roll of Apprentices, Burgh of Aberdeen, 1622 - 1796 - Frances J. McDonnell. To become a burgess of Aberdeen, one had to be the son of an existing Aberdeen burgess, marry the daughter of a burgess, buy the right, or serve an apprenticeship under a craftsman or merchant in the burgh. For an apprentice who did not qualify on other grounds, it was of paramount importance that his apprenticeship indenture ber recorded to ensure that he became entitled in due course to apply to become a burgess. Laid out in alphabetical order, this work is based on the Victorian antiquarian Alexander M. Munro. 1998, 3 parts in 1, 110 pp. 101-M0032 ISBN: 1888265329