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by Peter Wilson Coldham

Author: Peter Wilson Coldham
Subcategory: Genealogy
Language: English
Publisher: Clearfield Co; 1st edition edition (January 1, 1988)
Pages: 164 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.4
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Child Apprentices in America from Christ's. Christ's Hospital (not a hospital in the contemporary sense) was established in 1553 for the benefit of orphaned children or those made homeless by impecunious parents. Publisher: Genealogical Publishing C. In. . Publication Date: 1990. If they were legitimate children of free men of the City of London, over four years of age and free from obvious infirmity, they were to be educated and prepared either for entrance to a university or apprenticeship to a trade.

Peter Wilson Coldham. Child Apprentices in America from Christ's Hospital, London, 1617-1778. The Bristol Registers of Servants Sent to Foreign Plantations, 1654-1686

Peter Wilson Coldham. Peter Wilson Coldham, FASG. Peter Wilson Coldham (1926-11-25)25 November 1926 Wandsworth, London, England. 2 September 2012 Greater London, England. The Bristol Registers of Servants Sent to Foreign Plantations, 1654-1686. Emigrants from England to the American Colonies, 1773-1776.

Christ's Hospital (not a hospital in the contemporary sense) was established in 1553 for the benefit of orphaned children .

Christ's Hospital (not a hospital in the contemporary sense) was established in 1553 for the benefit of orphaned children or those made homeless by impecunious parents. Beginning with those children apprenticed to the Virginia Company in 1617, about 1,000 Christ's Hospital students left England to take up such apprenticeships.

The Christ’s Hospital book. Coldham, P. W. (1990). Child apprentices in America from Christ’s Hospital, London, 1617–1778. Technical training in Russia under Peter the Great. London, United Kingdom: Hamish Hamilton. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishers C. oogle Scholar. The church reform of Peter the Great. London, United Kingdom: Macmillan. History of Education Quarterly, 13(4), 325–342. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Black's Law Dictionary Child Apprentices in America from Christ's Hospital, London, 1617-1778 Early Virginia Families Along the James River, Charles City County Prince George County.

Coldham, Peter Wilson, 1990 Child apprentices in America: from Christ's Hospital, London, 1617-1778. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. C. GoogleBooks. The Virginia Genealogist.

Child Apprentices in America from Christ's Hospital, London, 1617-1778. American wills & administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1610-1857. Complete Book of Emigrants, 1751-1776.

11 C678c Child Apprentices in America from Christ’s Hospital, London 1617-1778 (Coldham). List of Emigrants to America from Liverpool 1697-1707. Lord Mayor’s Court of London Depositions Relating to Americans 1641-1736 (Coldham)

11 C678c Child Apprentices in America from Christ’s Hospital, London 1617-1778 (Coldham). 97. C678co Complete Book of Emigrants 1607-60, 1661-99, 1700-50, 1751-76 (Coldham). C678c Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage 1614-1775 (Coldham). 92. 1 Em44 Emigrants from England 1773-76. 1 C678em Emigrants from England to the American Colonies 1773-76 (Coldham). Lord Mayor’s Court of London Depositions Relating to Americans 1641-1736 (Coldham). More Emigrants in Bondage 1614-1775 (Coldham). More English Adventurers and Emigrants 1625-1777 (Coldham).

Christ's Hospital (not a hospital in the contemporary sense) was established in 1553 for the benefit of orphaned children or those made homeless by impecunious parents. If they were legitimate children of free men of the City of London, over four years of age and free from obvious infirmity, they were to be educated and prepared either for entrance to a university or apprenticeship to a trade. From the late 17th century, up to 150 children were admitted annually to "Bluecoat School" on recommendation of their parishes, and a further ninety or so under the terms of charitable endowments. But as early as 1617 large numbers of these scholars took "articles" and left England to serve apprenticeships in America. Beginning with those children apprenticed to the Virginia Company in 1617, about 1,000 Christ's Hospital students left England to take up such apprenticeships. The "Children's Registers" are housed in the manuscript department of the London Guildhall, and it is from these that Mr. Coldham has extracted data on child emigrants. The entries are in chronological order and in a slightly abbreviated form. Given are the name of the child, his date of birth or baptism, date of admission, native parish, the name and occupation of his father, date of discharge, the name of the person to whom he was apprenticed, and the place in America where he was to serve his apprenticeship. This is the first time all of this information has been made available to the genealogist.