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An Accipitary
   was   
A Falconer
An Accomptant
   was   
An Accountant
An Accoucheur
   was   
A Person Who Assisted Women in Childbirth
An Ackerman
   was   
A Ploughman
An Actuary
   was   
An Accountant
An Aeronaut
   was   
A Balloonist or Trapeze Artist in Circus or Music Hall
An Ale Draper
   was   
A Seller of Ale
An Amanuensis
   was   
A Secretary or Stenographer
An Ambler
   was   
An Officer of the Royal Stables Who Broke in the Horses
An Amen Man
   was   
A Parish Clerk
An Apothecary
   was   
A Pharmacist
An Apronman
   was   
An Engineer
An Aquarius Ewar
   was   
A Waterman
An Archiator
   was   
A Physician
An Aurifaber
   was   
A Goldsmith
A Badger
   was   
A Licensed Pauper
Wore a badge with "P" on it and was restricted to working a defined area. Origin of "Badgering".
A Badgy Fiddler
   was   
A Military Boy Trumpeter
A Bagman
   was   
A Traveling Salesman
A Bagniokeeper
   was   
A Keeper of a Bathhouse or Brothel
From French, baigner, to bathe.
A Band Filer
   was   
A Metalworker in Gun Making
A Bard
   was   
A Poet or Minstrel
A Barkeeper
   was   
A Tollkeeper
On toll roads.
A Bauer
   was   
A Farmer
A Baxter
   was   
A Baker
A Bedman
   was   
A Sexton
A Belhoste
   was   
A Tavern Keeper
A Bell Hanger
   was   
A Person Who Hung Bells in Church Towers
A Besom Maker
   was   
A Broom Maker
Usually of birch twigs
A Besswarden
   was   
A Person Appointed by a Parish to Look After Its Animals
A Black Borderer
   was   
A Person Who Made Black Edged Funerary Stationery
A Blemmere
   was   
A Plumber
A Blentonist
   was   
A Water Diviner
A Bluestocking
   was   
A Female Writer
From the Blue Stocking Society, formed in the 1750s and who wore blue stockings.
A Boardwright
   was   
A Carpenter
Made tables and chairs
A Bondager
   was   
A Bonded Female Farm Worker
A Bookholder
   was   
A Theatre Prompter
A Bookman
   was   
A Student
A Boothman
   was   
A Corn Merchant
A Botcher
   was   
A Tailor or Cobbler
A Bottle Boy
   was   
A Pharmacist's Assistant
A Bozzler
   was   
A Parish Constable
A Brabener
   was   
A Weaver
A Brailler
   was   
A Person Who Made Girdles
A Brasiler
   was   
A Dyer
A Brightsmith
   was   
A Metal Worker
A Brogger
   was   
A Wool Merchant
A Brow Girl
   was   
A Female Employed at the Pithead
A Buck Washer
   was   
Laundress
A Bunter
   was   
A Female Rag & Bone Collector
A Busker
   was   
A Hair Dresser
A Buss Maker
   was   
A Gunsmith
A Caffeler / Caffle
   was   
A Rag & Bone Man
A Cainer
   was   
A Walking Stick Maker
A Camerist
   was   
A Lady's Maid
A Canaller
   was   
A Canal Boat Worker
A Canal Puddler
   was   
A Person Who 'puddled' a Layer of Clay on the Sides and Bottom of a Canal
During construction, to waterproof it
A Carnifex
   was   
A Butcher
A Cartomancer
   was   
A Fortune Teller Using Cards
A Chapeler
   was   
A Hat Maker and Seller
From French "chapeau"
A Chaser
   was   
An Engineer
A Chiffonnier
   was   
A Wig Maker
A Chowder
   was   
A Fishmonger
A Clapman
   was   
A Town Crier
A Colporteur
   was   
A Peddler of Religious Books
A Cooper
   was   
A Barrel Maker
Made or repaired vessels made of wooden staves & hoops, such as casks, barrels, tubs, etc.
A Costermonger
   was   
A Peddler of Fruits & Vegetables
A Crimper
   was   
A Member of a Navy Press Gang
A Cutler
   was   
A Knife Maker / Seller / Sharpener
A Delver
   was   
A Ditch Digger
A Devil
   was   
A Printer's Errand Boy
A Dog Leech
   was   
A Veterinarian
A Domesman
   was   
A Judge
A Dorcas
   was   
A Seamstress
A Duffer
   was   
A Peddlar of Cheap Goods
An Elephant's Teeth Dealer
   was   
An Ivory Dealer
An Exciseman
   was   
A Tax Collector
A Fagetter
   was   
A Firewood Seller
Made bundles of faggots
A Faker
   was   
A Photographer's Assistant
Added hand colouring to monochrome photographs before colour film was invented
A Feroner
   was   
An Ironmonger
A Flasher
   was   
A Specialist Worker in Glass Making
A Fletcher
   was   
An Arrowmaker
From French, fl├Ęche
A Gaffman
   was   
A Bailiff
A Ganneker
   was   
A Tavern Keeper
A Gater
   was   
A Watchman
A Granger
   was   
A Farmer
A Grimbribber
   was   
A Lawyer
A Groover
   was   
A Miner
A Handseller
   was   
A Street Vendor
A Hayward
   was   
A Hedge Warden
A Henter
   was   
A Thief
A Hillier
   was   
A Roof Tiler
An Intelligencer
   was   
A Spy
A Jake's Farmer
   was   
A Cesspool Emptier
A Jongleur
   was   
A Travelling Ministrel
A Kedger
   was   
A Fisherman
A Knock Knobbler
   was   
A Dog Catcher
A Lagger
   was   
A Sailor
A Lavender
   was   
A Washerwoman
A Maderer
   was   
A Garlic Seller
A Manciple
   was   
A Steward
A Nedeller
   was   
A Needle Maker
A Nob Thatcher
   was   
A Wig Maker
An Osler
   was   
A Bird Catcher
An Out Crier
   was   
An Auctioneer
A Palister
   was   
A Park Keeper
A Pedascule
   was   
A Schoolmaster
A Quarrel Picker
   was   
A Glazier
A Qwylwryghte
   was   
A Wheelwright
A Ratoner
   was   
A Rat Catcher
A Sarcinet Weaver
   was   
A Silk Weaver
A Sumpter
   was   
The Driver of a Packhorse
A Tabler
   was   
A Boarding House Keeper
A Theemaker
   was   
A Shoemaker
A Townsman
   was   
A Commercial Traveller
A Trampler
   was   
A Lawyer


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