The following announcement was written by Findmypast:
This fascinating collection is now fully searchable. Search over 29,000 transcripts to discover apprentices of all trades and uncover details of their work, training, masters and even their father’s name.
Apprenticeship records reveal details about your ancestors’ lives and careers you won’t find elsewhere. Young apprentices from all over Scotland have travelled to Edinburgh over the centuries to learn their craft and, for those that exist on record, these documents are great way to find the place of origin of those who move to the city and later set down roots.
We’ve added thousands of new records from The National Archives and the General Register Office to these two important collections.
British Armed Forces and Overseas Births and Baptisms will enable you to discover the details of children born overseas and at sea including children born to those working within the armed forces, merchant navy, and consular forces, as well as, civilian ship passengers.
British Armed Forces and Overseas Deaths and Burials documents members of the British armed forces who died while serving their country overseas, British civilians who died while travelling or working overseas, and individuals, including seamen, who died at sea.
Once fascinating new title has been added to Findmypast’s ever-expanding newspaper collection this week. The Keys 1933-1939, published in July 1933, was the ‘Official Organ of the League of Coloured Peoples’ and aimed to address the ‘racial misunderstanding’ that was prevalent in society, both in Britain and beyond.
Additional pages have also been added to following six titles;
Cornish Post and Mining News from 1925 and 1927
Daily News (London) from 1957-1960
Faversham News from 1949, 1952, 1957, 1959, 1962, 1966, 1973 and 1980
London Evening Standard from 1871, 1873, 1875, 1877, 1879-1880, 1882, 1884, 1888, 1890, 1892-1894 and 1910-1914
Lynn News & County Press from 1940-1941 and 1943-1944
Widnes Examiner from 1910