The Edinburgh Goldsmiths II: Biographical Information for Freemen, Apprentices and Journeymen
Dietert, Rodney R.; Dietert, Janice M.
This book provides biographical information on the goldsmiths of Edinburgh emphasizing those connected to the Incorporation of Goldsmiths for the City of Edinburgh. It is novel in that the scope of the book extends beyond the freeman goldsmiths to include family information on centuries of apprentices and journeymen who entered training as goldsmiths in Edinburgh. Information is provided on parents, siblings, spouses and children when possible as well as details of the training and careers of the goldsmiths. The book is being published in a series of parts (individual files) that are alphabetical by surname. Part 1 contains an introduction and the letters A-C with approximately 318 biographical entries.
Edinburgh; Scotland; Scottish; Goldsmiths; Gold; Silver; Genealogy; History; Biography; Families; Births; Baptisms; Marriages; Wills; Burials; Midlothian; Incorporation of Goldsmiths; Indentures; Apprenticeship; Freemen; Apprentices; Journeymen; Trade; Craftsmen; Parishes; Decorative Arts; Tableware