Reed/Whitworth/Cullen/Eley
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# Occupation total
1 Coal Miner  17 
2 Blacksmith 
3 Miner 
4 Scholar 
5 attorney 
6 Farmer 
7 Agricultural labourer 
8 Collier 
9 Dentist 
10 Framework Knitter 
11 artist of "exceptional ability" 
12 Chief of Natl Geographic Soc. News Svc 
13 Cord Wainer 
14 Dressmaker (1871) 
15 Engineer 
16 Grazier 
17 Grocer 
18 Groom (1901) 
19 Hosiery Mender 
20 Justice of the Peace 
21 Labourer 
22 Shoe Maker 
23 Tailor 
24 (prosperous) farmer 
25 1851/1861/1871 Framesmith 
26 1861 Seamer 
27 1881 Iron Turner E&M Apprentice 
28 Ag labourer 
29 Agricultural carpenter (1955) 
30 Agricultural engineers brush hand, as recorded for the birth of his daughter Barbara Parker. 
31 Agricultural engineers painter, as recorded for the birth of his son Bernard Parker. 
32 Agricultural labourer 1851 
33 Agricultural labourer 1851 & 1861. 
34 Architects Assistant 
35 Assistant teacher (1891). 
36 attorney & state legislator 
37 Baker 
38 Basso Profundo 
39 Blacksmith (1841, 1871) 
40 Blacksmith (1871) 
41 Bookbinder 
42 Brewer's cellarman, as recorded for the marriage of his son Bernard Parker to Barbara Lilian Clarkson. 
43 Brewery labourer (1944), road sweeper 
44 Brewery worker (1944) 
45 Brickmaker 
46 Builder and undertaker (1965) 
47 Builder, wheelwright (1940) 
48 Bus Conductor 
49 Butcher 
50 cabinetmaker, farmer and cattleman 


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