A new set of records has come online at FindMyPast called Britain, Country Apprentices 1710-1808:
What was your family trade? Discover your ancestor in the registers from the Board of Stamps. The registers recorded the tax paid for each indenture for an apprentice. The average apprenticeship was seven years. That is seven years of family history you can reveal through these records, as well as your ancestor’s parent’s name, his/her master and the profession they chose. The registers record apprenticeships from the whole of Great Britain.
I suspect that a number of my ancestors are awaiting my discovery in them.
I maintain a list of occupations uncovered for my ancestors and which ancestors were engaged in each (and when) and I plan to go through them systematically.
Is there a definitive list of occupations for which apprenticeship records can be found in the aforementioned set of records?