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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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GEORGE INNES

59, Waterloo Quay, Aberdeen

George Innes is recorded as a Clock and Watchmaker located at 59, Waterloo Quay, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


George Innes appears to have started his apprenticeship under Alexander Courage in 1807, and then transferred to George Angus in 1812. Innes was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1817 and admitted Burgess in 1821. George Innes died in 1842.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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ALEXANDER COURAGE

Aberdeen

Alexander Courage was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Barron. The apprenticeship was registered in 1801 and Courage was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1804 and admitted Burgess in that same year. The last mention of Alexander Courage appears to be in 1807.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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WILLIAM SPARK

29, St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen

William Spark is recorded as a Clock and Watchmaker located at 29, St Nicholas Street, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


William Spark was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under Peter Gill. The apprenticeship was registered in 1801 and Spark was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1806 and admitted Burgess in 1813. William Spark died in 1870, aged 88 years.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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JOHN BOOTH

41, Upper Kirkgate, Aberdeen

John Booth is recorded as a Clock and Watchmaker located at 41, Upper Kirkgate, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


John Booth was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1821 and admitted Burgess in that same year. He retired in 1856.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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PETER McMILLAN

49, Regent Quay, Aberdeen

Peter McMillan is recorded as a Clock and Watchmaker, and Nautical Instrument Maker, located at 49, Regent Quay, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


Peter McMillan was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Garty. The apprenticeship was registered in 1821 and McMillan was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1829. The last mention of Peter McMillan appears to be in 1852.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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JAMES LUNAN

Aberdeen

James Lunan was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1814 and admitted Burgess in that same year. The last mention of James Lunan appears to be in 1825.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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WILLIAM CHISHOLM

Aberdeen

William Chisholm was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under Walter Smith. The apprenticeship was registered in 1798 and Chisholm was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1800 and admitted Burgess in 1801. The last mention of William Chisholm appears to be 1816.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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JOSEPH MIDDLETON

Aberdeen

Joseph Middleton was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under Peter Gill. The apprenticeship was registered in 1797 and Middleton was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1810.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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GEORGE BOOTH & SON

32, Union Street, Aberdeen

George Booth & Son are recorded as a Clock and Watchmakers located at 32, Union Street, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


George Booth was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Gartly. The apprenticeship was registered in 1797 and Booth was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1800 and admitted Burgess in 1801. George Booth retired in 1850.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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GEORGE ANGUS

Aberdeen

George Angus was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under Peter Gill. The apprenticeship was registered in 1787 and George Angus was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1792 and admitted Burgess in 1796. He died in 1829, aged 61 years.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

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JAMES BONNER

Aberdeen

James Bonner was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1791 and admitted Burgess in that same year. The last mention of James Bonner appears to be in 1795.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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HUGH GILLET

Aberdeen

Hugh Gillet was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under George Morrison. The apprenticeship was registered in 1786.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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JAMES CLARK

Aberdeen

James Clark was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under Charles Lunan. The apprenticeship was registered in 1786.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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ALEXANDER WILL

Aberdeen

Alexander Will was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Gartly. The apprenticeship was registered in 1794.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:19 am

WILLIAM KEITH

Aberdeen

William Keith was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under James Bonner. The apprenticeship was registered in 1795.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:20 am

JOHN PEPPER

Aberdeen

John Pepper was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Gartly. The apprenticeship was registered in 1798.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:22 am

JAMES BLACK

Aberdeen

James Black was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under George Angus. The apprenticeship was registered in 1799.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:25 am

JAMES ALLAN

Wellington Place, Aberdeen

James Allan is recorded as a Clock and Watchmaker located at Wellington Place, Aberdeen, in 1837.

Source: Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Scotland - James Pigot - 1837


James Allan was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under George Angus. The apprenticeship was registered in 1798.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981


James Allan was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under John Gartly. The apprenticeship was registered in 1801.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

The above may refer to another James Allan, or to the fact that James Allan transferred from George Angus to John Gartly in 1801.

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:29 am

WILLIAM LUNAN

Aberdeen

William Lunan was admitted into the Aberdeen Hammermen in 1800 and admitted Burgess in 1801.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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Re: Scottish Advertisements and Information

Postby dognose » Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:32 am

JOHN YOUNGSON

Aberdeen

John Youngson was recorded as having served his apprenticeship under George Angus. The apprenticeship was registered in 1801.

Source: The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850 - Dr. I.E. James - 1981

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