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The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course English: Occupation Records-Professions and Trades and English: Occupations-Military & Services  by Dr. Penelope Christensen. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

Further Reading (cont.)

COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Portraits of the English:

Vol I. Parish Characters.
Vol II. Law and Order.
Vol III. In Sickness and in Health.
Vol IV. The Army and the Navy.
Vol V. Working Lives.
Vol VI Country Lives. Self-published

COLLINS, Joy. 1991. Out and About: Unlocking the Past. Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #12.

COLLIS, Maurice. 1942. British Merchant Adventurers. William Collins, London.

COLVIN, H.M. 1954. A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects 1660-1840. London. FHL book 942 U24c.

CONNON, Sylvia. 2001. Wartime Photograph. North West Kent Family History Society Vol 9 #4, page148 and centrefold.

CONWAY, Hazel. Public Parks. Shire Publications.

COOK, Stan. 1997. Some London Research Thoughts [on King’s Freemen]. Kent Family History Society Journal Vol 8 #7, page 307.

COOK, Stan. 1998. Old Occupations: Gunmaking. Family Tree Magazine Vol 14 #3, page 3-4.

COOKE, David. Dinky Toys. Shire Publications.

COOPER, Dennis R. 1996. Coins and Minting. Shire Publications.

COPELAND, Robert. Blue and White Transfer-Printed Pottery. Shire Books.

COPELAND, Robert. Ceramic Bygones. Shire Publications.

COPELAND, Robert. Wedgwood Ware. Shire Publications.

COTTERELL, H.H. 1929. Old Pewter - Its Makers and Marks. Batsford. GSU book FHL book 942 U2ch.

COTTRELL, Rob. Undated. The Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames Bindings Index. Self published, 19 Bellevue Road, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 8ND.

COTTRELL, Rob. 1993. Indexes and Their Indexers: Thames Watermen and Lightermen. Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #12, page 27-28.

CREDLAND, A.G. 1982. Whales and Whaling. Shire Publications.

CRESSY, David. 1987. A Drudgery of Schoolmasters: The Teaching Profession in Elizabethan and Stuart England in PREST, Wilfrid. The Professions in Early Modern England. Croom Helm, London. FHL book 942 U2p.

CREW, M.E.J. 1995. Wage Slip in Readers’ Letters. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #11, page 39.

CRISP, Arthur -Apprentice Indentures - see WALL, F.

CROCKER, Glenys. 2002. The Gunpowder Industry. Shire Publications.

CROCKFORD. Frequent editions since 1858. Crockford’s Clerical Directory- A Reference Book of the Clergy of the Church of England and of Other Churches in Communion with theSee of Canterbury. Oxford University Press. Fiche sets for 1858-1940 starting at FHL film 1368327.

CUFFLEY, David. 2002. Summary of Talk on Ratcatchers in North West Kent Family History Journal Vol 9 #7, page 311.

CULLING, Joyce. 1999 2nd edition. An Introduction to Occupations. A Preliminary List. Federation of Family History Societies.

CULME, John. 1987. Directory of Gold and Silversmiths, Jewellers and Allied Traders 1838-1914: From the London Assay Office Registers. Antique Collectors Club. FHL book 942.1/L1 D3c.

DALE, T.C. and BARRINGTON, Amy. 1934. The Members of the City Companies in 1641 as Set Forth in the Return of the Poll Tax. Society of Genealogists. FHL book 942.1/L1 X3da.

DAVIDSON, D.C. and MacGREGOR, R.J.S. Spectacles, Lorgnettes and Monocles. Shire Publications.

DAVIES, I.L. 1996. Old Occupations: Farriers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #7, page 3-4.

DAWES, Frank V. 1973 and later editions. Not in Front of the Servants. At least 3 publishers - Wayland, Century and Taplinger.

DAYKIN, Audrey. 2002. Nurses and Midwives Records in The Family and Local History Handbook. 6th edition, page 25-27. Genealogical Services Directory.

DE LA BÉDOYÈRE, Guy. 2002. The Home Front. Shire Publications.

DEAN, Ian. Industrial Narrow Gauge Railways. Shire Publications.

DELDERFIELD, Eric. 1972. British Inn Signs and Their Stories. David and Charles, Newton Abbot, Devon.

DIKE, Catherine. Walking Sticks. Shire Publications.

DIXON, G.M. 1981. A Heritage of Anglian Crafts. Minimax Books, Peterborough, Northamptonshire.

DODDRELL, Jimmy. 1999. Freemen of the Town (City) of Wells. Greenwood Tree (Somerset and Dorset Family History Society) Vol 24 #4, page 132.

DODSWORTH, Roger. 1996. Glass and Glassmaking. Shire Publications.

DOLAN, J.R. 1972. English Ancestral Names: The Evolution of the Surname from Mediaeval Occupations. Clarkson N. Potter, New York. FHL book 942 D4d.

DOLPHIN, Tracy. Biscuit Tins. Shire Publications.

DOUCH, John. 1998. A Company of Comedians. Family Tree Magazine Vol 14 #8, page 3-4.

DOUGHTY, K.A. 1993 Old Occupations: Brushmaker or Tramp? Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #5.

DOUGHTY, Ken. 2001. Brushmaker - or Tramp? East Surrey Family History Society Journal Vol 24 #4, page 39-42.

DOUGLAS, Robert. 2002. A VAD Nurse in the Great War - and After. Bygone Kent Vol 23 #5, page 250-260.

DRAPER, Jo. Post-Mediaeval Pottery. Shire Publications.

DUDLEY, Geoffrey A. 1988. Old Occupations: The Victorian Agricultural Labourer. Family Tree Magazine Vol 4 #4, page 19-20.

DUFF, E. Gordon. 1905 [Reprinted 1948]. A Century of the English Book Trades: Short Notices of all Printers, Stationers, Book-binders, and Others Connected with it from the issue of the first dated book in 1457 to the incorporation of the Company of Stationers in 1557. Bibliographical Society.

DUNKIN, Edwin Hadlow Wise and JENKINS, Claude. 1938. Index to the Act Books of the Archbishops of Canterbury 1663-1859. Vols 55 and 63 in Index Library published by the British Record Society. A-K on FHL fiche 6073773(7), L-Z on FHL fiche 6073781(7).

DUTTON, Elizabeth. 1989. Family Heirloom - Jack of all Trades. Family Tree Magazine Vol 6 #1, page 4.

DYMOND, S. 1995-1. Old Occupations: The Currier. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #11, page 5-6.

DYMOND, Steve. 1995-2. Old Occupations: The Saddler. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #12, page 15.

EARNSHAW, Pat. 1982. The Identification of Lace. Shire Publications.

ECKSTEIN, Eve and FIRKINS, Gerald. Gentlemen’s Dress Accessories. Shire Publications.

ECKSTEIN, Eve and FIRKINS, Gerald. Hatpins. Shire Publications.

ELLIOTT, D.J. 1979. Shropshire Clocks and Clockmakers. Phillimore. FHL book 942.45 D3eL.

EMMERSON, Andrew. 2002. Old Television. Shire Publications.
EMMERSON, Andrew.Old Telephones. Shire Publications.

ENGLEFIELD, W.A.D.1950. The History of the Painter-Stainers Company of London 2nd issue. [includes list of officers from 1578]. Hazell, Watson and Viney.

EVANS, George Eyre. 1896. Vestiges of Protestant Dissent: Being Lists of Ministers, Sacramental Plate, Registers, Antiquities, and Other Matters Pertaining to Most of the Churches (and a Few Others) Included in the National Conference of Unitarian, Liberal Christian, Free Christian, Presbyterian, and Other Non-subscribing or Kindred Congregations. F. and E. Gibbons, Liverpool. FHL film 0599484.

EVANS, Jackie. 1996. Old Occupations: The Woolcomber. Family Tree Magazine Vol 13 #1, page 3.

EVANS, Marcia. 1999. The Place of the Rural Blacksmith in Parish Life 1500-1900 (with Particular Reference to Somerset and Dorset). Somerset and Dorset FHS c/o Michelle Merrick, 65 Wyke Road, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 9QN.

EVELEIGH, David J. Brass and Brassware. Shire Publications.

EVELEIGH, David J. Firegrates and Kitchen Bygones. Shire Publications.

EVELEIGH, David J. Old Cooking Utensils. Shire Publications.

EVELEIGH, David J. 1991. The Victorian Farmer. Shire Publications.

EYLES, Allen. Old Cinemas. Shire Publications.

FAULKNER, D.R. 1994. The Wandering Tribe of Middlesex. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #2, page 5.

FEARN, Jacqueline. Cast Iron. Shire Publications.

FEARN, Jacqueline. Domestic Bygones. Shire Publications.

FEARN, Jacqueline. 1976. Thatch and Thatching. Shire Publications.

FEARN, Sue. 1999. Was Your Ancestor in the Theatre? Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #12, page 60-62.

FELGATE, Don. 1995. Ancient Crafts: Harness Making. Greentrees (Westminster and Central Middlesex FHS) Vol 15 #1, page 16.

FELGATE, Don. 1998. A Load of Old Tosh. Greentrees (Westminster and Central Middlesex FHS) Vol 17 #3, page 64-65.

FERGUSON, Ann. 1995. Silversmiths and Hallmarks. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #4, page 36-37.

FILBEE, Marjorie. 1982. Cottage Industries. David and Charles, Newton Abbot, Devon.

FILMER, Richard. 1982. Hops and Hop Picking. Shire Publications.

FINCHER, Sally. 1992. The Seventeenth Century Midwife. Journal of the Cambridgeshire Family History Society Vol 8 #7, page 263.


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