Carter is a family name, and also may be a given name. Carter is of Irish, Scottish
and English origin and is an occupational name given to one who transports ...
Modern day van driver. A Carter typically drove a light two wheeled carriage. Also
sometimes someone who drove horse-drawn trams was called a Carman.
Would somebody be able to explain what exactly a carter did please? Please
excuse this question, but could there be any connection with ...
carter in the Occupations topic by Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English |
LDOCE | What you need to know about Occupations: words, phrases and ...
Old occupations and unusual occupations in Scotland from Scottish work trades,
industry and ... Carter Worked with horse and cart on farms or in towns
It's been suggested to me that the annotation 'Carm' after an occupation of carter
on the census returns is an abbreviation of carman, but I don't ...
Dictionary of Old Occupations index page. The A-Z lists in this glossary show
name and definitions for well over two thousand old occupations, jobs, trades
classified occupations in the 1851, 1861 and 1871 census reports clearly
indicate that .... example, those following the occupation of 'Carter' would have
Occupation of "Carter" 1871 census Scotland. By isabel lassen September 01,
2008 at 02:55:25. Would some kind person please tell me what the occupation of
Jul 2, 2002 ... The occupations in the 1851 Census are rank order of the numbers employed;
the figures for 1861 and ... Carman, carrier, carter, drayman