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Wor­ship­ful Com­pany of Clock­mak­ers

clock­mak­ The Wor­ship­ful Com­pany of Clock­mak­ers web­site has use­ful in­for­ma­tion about the his­tory of clocks. A use­ful bib­li­og­ra­phy can be found at clock­mak­ers. org/horol­ogy/horo­log­i­cal­bib­li­og­ra­phy.

Clock and Watch Mak­ers data­base

freep­­neal­ogy. rootsweb.ances­try. com/~black­smiths/ clock­mak­ers-1.htm A clock and watch­mak­ers data­base com­piled by Ann Spiro is hosted on Rootsweb.

Watch­mak­ers and Clock­mak­ers of the World

search.ances­ search/ db.aspx?dbid= 34587 GH Bail­lie’s 1947 Watch­mak­ers and Clock­mak­ers of the World is avail­able un­der the oc­cu­pa­tions sec­tion of Ances­try. The So­ci­ety of Ge­neal­o­gists in Lon­don also holds a printed copy.

Clock­mak­ers and Watch­mak­ers of Northamp­ton­shire

ed­in­ watch­mak­ers A list of coun­ties which have on­line data­bases of lo­cal watch and clock­mak­ers.

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