Fonds SC143 - Charles Apps fonds

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Charles Apps fonds

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    UVICSP SC143

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    • 1847 (Creation)
      Apps, Charles

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    1 cm of textual records: parchment ; 41 x 34 cm

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    Charles Apps was the Great- Grandfather of George E. Apps, former Director of Buildings and Grounds at the University of Victoria. He was apprenticed, commencing October 3, 1846, to Charles Townsend Halsted, Henry Halsted, and John Halsted (Ironmongers) of Chichester, England, to learn the trade of a whitesmith.

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    The fonds consists of an indenture of Charles Apps as a whitesmith (ironmonger) for seven years, dated 1847. The document passed through various members of the family to the donor.

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        Apprentices--Great Britain--19th century; Blacksmiths--Great Britain--19th century; Contracts--Great Britain--19th century; Legal documents--Great Britain--19th century

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        Revised by JF, June 21, 2013.

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