|Page # in Liber JJD No. 6||11|
|Justice of the Peace||Edward F Duer|
|Child (Apprentice)||Mary Lankford|
|Child of||Smith Lankford & Tabitha Lankford|
|Raised by||John L Lankford|
|White person to whom apprenticed (master)||John L Lankford|
|Date of Apprenticeship Paper||3 Nov 1864|
|Date of Attaining Said Age||24 Jul 1864|
|Age to Serve Until||18|
|Trade to Learn||house servant|
|Receive at the end of the Apprenticeship||2 suits apparel & $20|
|Date of Final Papers||20 Apr 1865|
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