Apprenticeship Indentures (ERO D/P209/14/3)

27.3.1735 (Thursday 27 March 1735)

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to all christian people to whom this present writing shall come I Jas Brawbrook of Earls Colne miller send greeting etc whereas my apprentice Geo Argent hath certain years yet to come and unexpired of his apprenticeship as by his indenture unto me the said Jas Brawbrook made and sealed etc now know you that I the said Jas Brawbrook for divers good causes and consideration me especially moving and the rather for that it stands for the good liking and pleasure of the said Geo Argent my apprentice by these presents fully and absolutely do give and grant unto the said Geo all such right title term of years to come claim demands interest whatsoever that I the said Jas Brawbrook have of in or to the said Geo Argent my said apprentice or of which I might or ought to have of him by force and virtue of the above recited indenture of apprenticeship and that Thos Argent the elder the father do hereby agree (torn) will indemnify the said Jas Brawbrook from all manner of cost and charges whatsoever by reason of the maintenance and bringing up of the said Geo Argent and of and from all other suits troubles etc concerning the said Geo Argent in witness whereof the parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals 27.3.1735 Jas Braybrook Thos Argent witness Thos Arnall and Sam Burton