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  1. Settle & Carlisle Railway Navi

    Hello everyone I am researching ancestors that worked as navi"s on the Settle and Carlisle viaduct. Could some one tell me please where I could find records of those that worked on the viaduct such as payrolls, company records and perhaps censuses. Which parishes were close to the viaduct where...

    Started by robsnicta‎, 05-07-2017 8:45 PM
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  2. Life of an agricultural labourer

    Has anyone got a good synopsis of the life and work of an agricultural labourer in about 1850? I've been googling but not found anything which might sum this up fairly succinctly. Many thanks for any help Clare

    Started by clarefmshaw‎, 04-12-2005 3:34 PM
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  3. General enquiry re farm labourers / land

    Hi, I'm trying to trace various ancestors from the Coton in the Elms / Lullington areas who are all shown as agricultural labourers over several decades in these areas. Can anyone suggest how I can find out perhaps who they worked for or on what land ? I've tried the usual searches using Ancestry...

    Started by Spugalugs‎, 29-08-2012 8:29 AM
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  4. scrips farm bradwell essex

    looking for info regarding scrips farm cutheadge lane bradwell my family worked there maybe even owned it not sure the surname was thompson 1911 census thompson marcus farm foreman thompson elizabeth (nee bugg) thompson marcus thompson john thompson herbert thompson ernest ( my...

    Started by larmet1969‎, 24-08-2009 9:04 AM
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  5. Agricultural Labourer specialities?

    A good number of my ancestors were agricultural labourers, but my main interest is in my 2x great gramdfather Charles Jenkins (1844-1916). I have read a few books and seen a few website about agricultural labourers, and all of them state that labourers tended to specialise in a certain type of...

    Started by noytd‎, 15-09-2011 10:39 PM
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  6. Agricultural labourer - to Farmer?

    Hi all I have an 11 year gap Im trying to fill. In 1871 my relative - from Anglesey - married a young man from roughly the same area of villages - but in Liverpool and this is where they stayed until death. Now on the marriage cert it states brides father as being a Farmer. I am pretty...

    Started by sonjabuk‎, 04-01-2008 6:08 PM
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  7. Farming in 19th Century Devon

    Hi There Does anybody know of a searchable database of farm workers,owners and labourers that covers the early part of 19th century Devon?

    Started by MBlackmore‎, 01-11-2009 4:54 PM
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  8. coal ash labourer

    I've just come across a "coal ash labourer". Anyone any ideas of what he would have done? Coal ash is obviously the residue left from buring coal, but I wonder what this chap would have done with it. He was in Ramsgate, so not in an industrial area.

    Started by Davran‎, 27-03-2008 9:37 PM
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  9. Moved: Barracks for Labourers

    Started by margarita‎, 15-12-2009 3:02 PM
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  10. ag labourer cockhall edlingham northumberland

    does anyone know of a site that has images of cockhall in northumberland please my ancestor william landers was born there been trying to trace his roots thanks

    Started by lorraine66‎, 18-06-2009 1:04 PM
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  11. Agricultural Labourers

    Hey! Alot of my family were Ag Lab's isit possible to find out where they worked and who they worked for? Any help much appreciated, Shaun |5cups|

    Started by terraheyez2k7‎, 22-07-2009 10:10 AM
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  12. Farm labourer

    Hi I don't know if anyone can help me, but I wonder if it is possible to search the Australian Data base from the UK. The query is that my Grandfather travelled to Australia in 1914 and registered there as a Farm Labourer in Sydney. On another web site someone said that they had found a...

    Started by Lone Pine‎, 16-07-2009 2:12 PM
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  13. Smile Tracing Ag Labs in the 1700s

    Hello all - is there anyone who has successfully traced ag labs back into the 1700s? I'm hoping that someone might have useful experience and be able to provide some tips on looking for ancestors who aren't well-known for leaving much paperwork behind! Thank you (with fingers crossed)

    Started by ashbee‎, 09-04-2009 6:33 PM
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  14. Wage for an Ag Lab in early to mid 1850's?

    All of my ancestors (bar one) appear to have been Ag Labs of one sort or another. Im positively dying to find a cobbler or cordwainer among some as yet unfound ancestors! At the moment Im interested in getting some sort of confirmation of the average wage of an ag lab in England since I havent...

    Started by aussieshay‎, 18-01-2009 7:34 AM
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  15. Red face what sort of labourer????

    hi i think i have found my grt grt granfarther, :confused: in the 1901 cenus it has him as a general labourer but on he's son marriage cert it say's electricion. would this be under the labrourer section or has he just changed he's job lol|5cups|

    Started by cirstybewick‎, 02-09-2008 7:50 PM
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  16. Cool John Barnes, Labourer in Robys of Lincoln

    I'm trying to find information on my GGrandfather, John Thomas Barnes and the type of work or photos relating to his type of employment. John came to Lincoln in 1900 and set up home in Palmer Street a stones throw from the Robys foundry. I have searched the Lincolnshire archives and...

    Started by patrick barnes‎, 06-12-2008 6:49 PM
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  17. Job Title ?

    One of the wifes relatives is down on the 1881 census as a Gardener N.D,can someone tell me what the N.D stands for,he was a gardener for a long time living in a nail making area. Thanks Robert..

    Started by Robert Charles‎, 12-08-2008 6:10 PM
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  18. Riverside Worker for J S Darwen

    I have a James Hart who on joining up in 1915 gives his job as "Riverside Worker" for J S Darwen & Co, Red Star Wharf, Pritchards Road, Hackney. Would that job be similar to Waterside Worker i.e working on the docks? The only such named road in London is indeed in Hackney, but that isn't that...

    Started by harfin‎, 25-03-2008 1:27 PM
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    Hi In the 1861 Census the wife of William Coles b. 1817 in Crayford Kent, namely Ellen and her daughter are described as Brickfield Labourers. Were women employed to do this? I know women did some tough jobs so I am not sure whether this is an error on the part of the Census Taker or not. ...

    Started by Viva71‎, 20-03-2008 7:05 PM
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  20. Gardener = Laborer?

    My gr grandfather characterized himself as a gardener in late 1800 censuses in Cornwall and in his 1908 immigration declarations in the US. He became quite a famous landscaper in California in the 1915-1930s. I have seen Agr Laborer , General Laborer, etc in various occupation fields but not...

    Started by davidyoung‎, 16-02-2008 7:00 PM
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