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Offline graysj

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Seaman Apprenticeships
« on: Monday 04 March 19 13:47 GMT (UK) »
Hi,

Can anyone find Apprenticeship records for a James Jackson born about 1811 in Lancaster (Glasson Dock). i am after the name of the ship he was attached to ans the masters name.  Likewise if there is a Robert Jackson he would also be of interest.

many thanks..

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James Jackson 1784 - 1838. Married Isabella Parke Lived at Glasson Dock/ Thurnham.
Mariner sons : Robert, James, Michael & William.
Other sons: Thomas, John & Joseph.
Daughters: Grace, Elizabeth & Mary.

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Re: Seaman Apprenticeships
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 14:57 GMT (UK) »
COMPLETED LOOKUP.

Found both Jacksons in 1824 Apprenticeship Records.
James Jackson 1784 - 1838. Married Isabella Parke Lived at Glasson Dock/ Thurnham.
Mariner sons : Robert, James, Michael & William.
Other sons: Thomas, John & Joseph.
Daughters: Grace, Elizabeth & Mary.

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