An itinerant peddler or hawker.
Gong farmer (also gongfermor, gongfermour, gong-fayer, gong-fower or gong scourer) is a term that entered use in Tudor England to describe someone who dug out and removed human excrement from privies and cesspits; the word gong was used for both a privy and its contents.
Women and girls who travelled across Scotland to gut and pack fish in the fishing ports on the east coast of Britain.
Female surface labourers at British collieries. They worked at the coal screens on the pit brow (pit bank) at the shaft top until the 1960s. Their job was to pick stones and sort the coal after it was hauled to the surface.
Supervisor in a textile factory responsible for the working of a number of power looms and the weavers who operated them.