This sustainability-themed exhibition showcases photos taken by 37 local residents, capturing Glasgow’s through an environmental and community lens.
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This half hour or so talk with questions at the end will focus on online records unique to the Trades House of Glasgow and how to search for Burgesses in Glasgow up to around 1950. Pensioners and scholars who have applied for bursaries will also be examined as well as records not associated with the Trades House. Obituaries of people associated with the Trades House and details of disagreements within and between crafts will also be covered. The arrest book of Glasgow from 20th October 1816 to 24th December 1816 and the Glasgow Aged Women’s Society pensioners from 1906 to 1925 will also be considered.
Please forward any details of ancestors who may have been in the Trades House and you wish more information on to Trades House, 85 Glassford Street, Glasgow, G1 1UH or firstname.lastname@example.org and every effort will be made to include them in the talk.
Dates: Saturday 17th September, Sunday 18th September