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  • cbcarolyn
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    I guess he was just selling furniture/carpentry rather than making it?

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  • Chris in Sussex
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    Thanks Teasie.

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  • teasie
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    I agree, Broker.

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  • Chris in Sussex
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    Mmmmm...

    I am now thinking it is 'Br?ker' after blowing it up.
    The second letter looks the same as the 'n' in 'fourteenth' and 'present'.

    So Kat's suggestion of Broker looks possible.

    Chris

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  • Chris in Sussex
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    Thanks Carolyn.

    No clues from the letters on the rest of the certificate as far as I can see.

    Basker 2.jpg

    Chris

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  • cbcarolyn
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    there is a barker here - but not sure I can say that is what it says.

    https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en...itute)#Barking

    any other letters on the certificate to give clues?
    Last edited by cbcarolyn; 23-09-19, 19:49.

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  • Chris in Sussex
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    Thanks Kat.

    In 1841 he is a carpenter, one of a long line!

    Chris

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  • Katarzyna
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    Broker?
    Do you have him on 1841 census?

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  • Chris in Sussex
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    Can anyone read the following occupation from a 1849 death certificate?

    basker.JPG

    All I can see is "Basker". I have had good 'Google' but can't seem to find anything relevant.

    Many thanks
    Chris
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