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Offline Skoosh

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Inverness Shoemakers
« on: Tuesday 05 September 17 15:18 BST (UK) »
The Highland Family History Society has a list of shoemakers in the burgh 1738-1800, available in the current journal.

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Re: Inverness Shoemakers
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 30 November 17 23:03 GMT (UK) »
Interesting. I have just recently discovered that my Great Grandmother's brother was a shoemaker, in Daviot. How does one get to see this list, please?
I'm very new to all this research and, I'm sorry to be a bit dim, but I don't really know my way around all the sites etc yet.

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Re: Inverness Shoemakers
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 30 November 17 23:48 GMT (UK) »
The second tranche of Inverness shoemakers is in the  November issue of the journal.

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Re: Inverness Shoemakers
« Reply #3 on: Friday 01 December 17 14:15 GMT (UK) »
Exilelass,  what is the name of your shoemaker & I will check the lists. These are old, from 1738 to 1800 but like most trades they ran in a family so possible clues to previous generations!

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