Published By Ben Hillidge
Jobs and Occupations
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Find out about the Men on the Gates, where they worked and what they did. CLICK on the letters
- A – Accountant, Agricultural Workers, Armed Forces, Auctioneers.
- B – Baker, Banks, Billiard Marker, Blacksmith…..
- C – Carter, Carpenters, Cabinet Maker, Coal Mining…..
- D – Decorators, Domestic Service, Drapers, Driver…..
- E – Electrical Engineer, Engineers / fitters.
- F – Farmer, Fellmonger……
- G – Gardener, Gas Works, Grocers…….
- H – Hairdresser, Hotels & Catering, Hudson Bay Company.
- L – Labourer, Local Government, Leather Workers.,
- M – Merchant Navy, Miller, Mineral Water Worker……..
- N – Newspaper Worker.
- P – Painter & Decorator, Pattern Maker, Plumber, Police…….
- Q – Quarrying.
- R – (Railways), Retail and Shop workers, Roofer……
- S – Shoemaker, Skating Rink, Solicitor and Lawyers
- T – Tailor, Teachers, Timber Merchants….
- U – Upholsterer.
- W – Warehouse man, Whitesmith, Window Cleaner.
Railways – Railways, Cambrian, LNWR, GWR and others
Unknown Trade / Employers
University enlisted into army – men who went straight into the Forces from university
Captain Audley AD (Andrew Dowell) Lee, 9 Bn Leicestershire Regiment. Lincoln College Oxford
Lieutenant Richard AM Lutener, 6 Bn King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. son of vicar at St Oswald’s Church. Went up to Keble College Oxford in 1914 but did not start studies, instead enlisted in army.
Captain Edward W Walker, 1/7 Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Keble College Oxford