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    Sawyer to French Polisher ?

    how likely is it a man would go from being a sawyer to a french polisher ? I am looking for somebody in 1891 and 1901 the only likely one is a French Polisher, but in census records a marriage in 1879 and a child Baptism before 1891 he is a sawyer? and again in a marriage in 1909 he is a sawyer.
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    Last edited by Val wish Id never started; 11-04-13, 16:20.


    Val

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    A sawyer covers a huge range, from rough sawing in a timber yard, to cutting out final pieces in a furniture factory. My father was a cabinet maker, but started off in the saw mill of a furniture factory and did actually do some French polishing. Based on this it is highly likely.
    Co-ordinator for PoW project Southern Region 08
    Researching:- Wieland, Habbes, Saettele, Bowinkelmann, Freckenhauser, Dilger in Germany
    Kincaid, Warner, Hitchman, Collie, Curtis, Pocock, Stanley, Nixey, McDonald in London, Berks, Bucks, Oxon and West Midlands
    Drake, Beals, Pritchard in Kent
    Devine in Ireland

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      #3
      oh thanks Pete this man has disappeared if it isn't him ?


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