Ceramics Dipper, 89560: “Covers biscuit ware with glaze solution by dipping.” (Enameller links here [1/2])
Ceramics Spray-Painter, 89550: “Sprays paint on pottery, porcelain ware, bricks and tiles, or sprays liquid glaze on large pieces not suitable for dipping” (Enameller links here [2/2] )
Coal-Gas Maker, 74925: “Operates one or more retorts in the production of gas from coal.” (Gas Worker links here)
Dietitian, General, 06910: “Plans and supervises the preparation of therapeutic or other diets for individuals or for groups in hospitals, institutions and other establishments and for workers in particular sectors; gives instruction in selection and proper preparation of food according to dietetic principles; performs duties related to nutrition programmes.”
Electric Lineman or Cable Jointer, Specialisation Unknown, 85700
Furnaceman, Non-Ferrous Metal Converting and Refining, 71270: “Operates crucible, electric, open-hearth, reverberatory or other furnace for converting or refining non-ferrous metals.” (includes Gold, Silver and Copper).
Geographer, 19250: “Studies characteristics of man's physical and climatic environment, the distribution of populations and human activities on the earth.”
Geological Scientist, 01330: “Conducts research into nature and history of earth's crust to increase scientific knowledge and to develop practical applications in such fields as mineral exploitation and civil engineering.” (Geologist links here)
Glass Blower, 89120: “Blows molten glass into shape by means of blowpipe.”
Glass Cutter, 89156: Cuts sheet glass by hand to prescribed dimensions or according to pattern, using a glass-cutting tool.
Glass-Making Furnanceman, 89320: “Operates furnace to melt and fuse premixed ingredients to make glass.”
Glass Mixer, 89920: “Weighs and mixes sand, soda, potash and other materials used in glass making”
Glass Painter, 89520: “Paints decorative designs on glass articles with a brush.”
Government Executive Officials not Elsewhere Classified, 31090: “This group includes government officials not elsewhere classified, such as those who deal with issues such as finance, trade, health, education, social insurance and employment” (multiple government inspectors link here)
Insurance, Real Estate or Securities Salesman, Specialisation Unknown, 44100.
Oiler and Greaser (except Ships' Engines), 84980: “Lubricates the moving parts of stationary engines, motor vehicles and machinery (except ships' engines).” (Engine Worker links here)
Other Biologists, Zoologists and Related Scientists, 05190, added from HISCO PDF
Other Charworkers, Cleaners and Related Workers, 55290: “This group includes charworkers, cleaners and related workers not elsewhere classified, for example those who perform routine tidying-up and lifting duties required in hotel housekeeping; clean walls and ceilings with sponge and soapy water or chemical solution; sweep house yards and other appurtenances; clean railway passenger coaches, buses, trams and aircraft. Cleaners of buildings by sandblasting or steam are classified in unit group 9-59.”
Other Fishermen, Hunters and Related Workers, 64990: “This group includes fishermen, hunters and related workers not elsewhere classified, for example those who specialise in diving to sea bed to gather sponges and harvest pearl oysters; cultivating pearls in oysters; gather sea weed, sea mosses, turtles' eggs, and clams and other molluscs; catching tropical and other fish and sea creatures for aquariums and museums; assisting hunters by building and camouflaging traps and beating to flush game; and protecting and caring for wild animals and birds in game preserves and wild-life sanctuaries.” (Game Warden links here)
Other Glass Formers, Cutters, Grinders and Finishers, 89190: “This group includes glass formers, cutters, grinders and finishers not elsewhere classified, for example those ladling molten glass into moulds; gathering required quantities of molten glass on end of metal rod and handing it to other workers; putting legs and feet on glass articles; making laminated glass and vacuum flasks; operating automatic machines that cap (score and break) flat glass into sections of specified dimensions; operating a lathe to grind glass articles for use in laboratory apparatus or to cut, shape and seal glass bulbs used in manufacture of electronic valves or tubes”
Other Salesmen, Shop Assistants and Demonstrators, 45190: “This group includes salesmen and shop assistants not elsewhere classified, for example those who replenish stocks and assist customers according to written or telephoned requests; conduct and assist customers in their purchasing in a self-service store; those who sell petrol, oil or other motoring requirements in a garage, motor service station or similar establishement to customers.” (garage worker links here)
Pipe Layer, 95950: “Lays pipes of glazed and unglazed clay, concrete, cast iron and other materials in ditches to form sewers, drains, water mains and conduits for cables and other purposes.”
Tire maker or Vulcaniser, Specialisation Unknown, 90200
Changed Chauffeur, 98590 to Other Motor-Vehicle Drivers, 98590 as per HISCO
Changed Gas Fitter, 87120 to Gas Pipe Fitter, 87120 as per HISCO
Changed Wheelwright, 81925 to Cartwright, 81925 as per HISCO: “Constructs and repairs wooden carts, wagons and wheels, using hand and power tools.”
Changed Boot Black, 56090 to Other Launderers, Dry-Cleaners and Pressers, 56090: “This group includes launderers, dry-cleaners and pressers not elsewhere classified, for example those who mark for identification articles received for treatment; sort articles according to type and colour of material and fastness of dye; wash delicate or excessively stained articles with a starch solution; press articles with a mangle; clean carpets with a soap or chemical solution.” (shoe shiner links here) as per HISCO
Changed Jeweller, 88010 to Jeweller, General, 88010 as per HISCO
Other Motor-Vehicle Drivers = Kind of driver identified but does not fit in existing categories i.e. Herse Driver.
Motor Vehicle Driver, Specialisation Unknown = Type of Driver unknown
Occupation category needed: Independent, Independant Means, Independant, Just left school
Attestation Papers unavailable on LAC: Wallace Webb (DOB: 3/10/1890)
Meter reader, gas and meter reader links to Other Clerks, 39990
Inspector, food links to Supervisor and General Foreman (Food and Beverages Processing), 22665.
Bank Employee links to both Finance Clerk, 33940 and Bank Teller, 3310 on HISCO
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Agronomist, 05320: “Conducts research into field crops and grasses and develops new and improved production methods.”
Electronics Fitter, 85210: “Fits, adjusts, installs and repairs parts, assemblies or subassemblies in the manufacture of radio, television and other communications equipment and apparatus in factory, workshop or place of use.”
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Unusual Occupation Definitions
Grainer: Painted grain on wood to make it look more expensive (definition from http://www.worldthroughthelens.com/family-history/old-occupations.php and also found on numerous genealogy site forums)