I've seen it with the "S" in the middle and without...although more often without. Looking for record sources
for professional organizations etc. 1800-1890 in Kent. Specifically anything around Maidstone.
I wrote a blog post on my cordwainer ancestor in Wittersham, Kent which might be of interest:
Anyone have any other useful links? Thanks
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08-10-2013, 5:11 PM #1
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Cordwainer or Cordswainer in Kent
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