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Carter may refer to: Carter (name), a surname. Contents. [hide]. 1 In politics; 2 In literature; 3 In science; 4 In music. 4.1 Composers; 4.2 Singers; 4.3 Instrumental ...

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gold england occupations, census occupations, explanation of old occupations, census, historical occupations, ... CARTER Carries or conveys goods in a cart

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carter in the Occupations topic by Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English | LDOCE | What you need to know about Occupations: words, phrases and ...

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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.

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Apr 4, 2010 ... Re: Occupation: Carrier? ... Carman/Charman/Carrier/Carter/Cartman Driver of ... A Carter typically drove a light two wheeled carriage.

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A List of Occupations ..... maker of cards or instruments for combing wool; CARMAN / CHARMAN / CARTER / CARRIER - drove a vehicle used to transport goods ...

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Colonial Occupations> ... The first emigrants to America had occupations concerned primarily with ..... CARTER: a wagoner, stable headman, or charioteer.

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Census Office in 1881 for the tabulation of occupations were acted on as well as .... example, those following the occupation of 'Carter' would have been ...

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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 ...