ID CEN_1891_OCC / Tony Millatt

Title1891 Census - recorded occupations Mersea Island
AbstractCensus East and West Mersea 1891

1,407 named people are listed
458 Male 15 years or older
292 Male under 15
401 Female 15 years or older
257 Female under 15

Recorded occupations (not all people have occupation recorded)

Male

Agricultural Labourer & Farm Labourer   129
Scholar113
Fisherman71
Mariner61
Labourer36
Oyster Dredgerman17
Infant12
Farmer10
Seed Grower7
Sailor6
Horseman6
Oyster Merchant6
Baker6
Coastguard5
Carrier5
Groom5
Farm Bailiff5
Watchman4
Butcher4
Blacksmith3
Apprentice3
Carpenter3
Grocers Assistant2
Licensed Victualler2
Coal Merchant2
Sea Waller2
Gardener2
Farmers Assistant2
Kitchen Boy2
Police Constable2
Builder2
Grocers Apprentice2
Miller & Baker2
Shoemaker2
Gardner2
Apprentice Mariner2
Mariner & Fisherman2
Chief Officer of Coastguard1
Chief Boatman Coastguard1
Commissioned Coastguard Boatman1
Boatman Coastguard1
Coastguard Carpenter1
Baker & Farmer1
Rector of E. Mersea1
Assistant Curate1
Congregational Minister1
Clerk1
Living on his own means1
Ostler1
Water Bailiff1
Miller1
Bricklayers Labourer1
Sub Postmaster1
Groom and Gardner1
Engine Driver1
Groom Domestic1
Farmers Son1
Market Gardner1
Oyster Merchant & Publican1
Army Pensioner1
Thatcher1
Brick Maker1
Fisherman on own account1
Ostler1
Hay Binder1
Dredgerman Retired1
Certified Schoolmaster1
Mail Man1
Fisher Boy1
Duly Registered Medical Practitioner1
Tailoress1
Baker & Grocer1
Baker & General Dealer1
Tailoress1
Farm Steward1
Army Pensioner1
Oyster Merchant & Farmer1
Gardeners Assistant1
Sergeant of Police1
Seed Growers Assistant1
Porter1
Boot Maker1
Naval Pensioner1
Certified Schoolmaster1
Farm Assistant1
General Labourer1
Surgeon M.R.C.S. Retired1
Grocer, Butcher & Draper1
Dredgerman Oyster Merchant1
Innkeeper1

Female

Scholar114
Tailoress53
General Servant9
Dressmaker7
Infant4
House Keeper4
Living on her own means     4
Housekeeper4
Domestic Servant3
Seamstress3
Domestic Nurse2
General Domestic Servant2
Machinist2
Laundress2
Charwoman2
Pupil Teacher2
Farmer2
Cook Domestic2
Nurse2
Boarder2
Drapers Assistant2
Living upon Parish2
Governess1
Grocer1
Ladysmaid1
Smith [Black]1
Grocer1
Shop Keeper1
Ladysmaid1
Telegraphist1
General Labourer1
Domestic Servant General1
Fisherman1
Governess1
General Servant Domestic1
Domestic Cook1
Independent1
Assistant Grocer1
Lady Housekeeper1
School Mistress1
Teacher1
Assistant Teacher1
Principal of Private School1
Shopkeeper1
Assistant Shop1
Sewing Machinist1
Mariner1
Servant1
Domestic Servant Cook1
Washerwoman1
Domestic Servant Housemaid       1
Needlewoman1
AuthorTony Millatt
Published5 April 1891
SourceMersea Museum
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