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From: "Paul Anthony Young" <>
Subject: Re: Question Regarding Occupation of "Pickler" in 1881 Census
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 21:45:36 -0000
It looks as if your ancestor was a pickler in a tin works. This would have
been a person involved in acid cleaning (pickling) the sheet iron metal
prior to the tin plating process.
Researching SINKER anywhere
From: Dgin4Roots <>
Date: 14 January 1998 05:29
Subject: Question Regarding Occupation of "Pickler" in 1881 Census
>I've found a family in the Wales 1881 Census Index as Enumerated for
>Monmouthshire. I'm not sure yet if this family belongs to me or not, but
>until I verify it, can someone please tell me what the occupation of
>in Ti+" could possibly be? I know I will need to order the microfilm with
>original handwritten record to find out what the word beginning with "Ti"
>but thought I'd ask here in the meantime.
>Also, would Aberystruth, Monmouthshire (this is how it's spelled in the LDS
>records) have been a tin area? My ancestors, or at least 2 of them, were
>supposedly tin workers in South Wales.
>Thanks in advance!
>Clearfield Co. Pennsylvania, USA: BERRY EMIGH EVANS HUMMEL HYND KLINE
>SCHULTZ SMEAL WILLIAMS
>Monroe & Cuyahoga Co. Ohio, USA: CLAUS FABER FURST KURTZ TIMOTHY
>Dunfermline/Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland: ADAM COOK DAVIDSON HENDERSON HYND
>MCLEAN SENIOR THOMSON
>South Wales: TIMOTHY
>Germany: CLAUS EMIGH SCHULTZ
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