on geni, a genealogy database, I found a project where they’re trying to organize people by professions. You can voluntary add ancient relatives to the appropriate profession areas. It’s an interesting list. A Abracadabra…. (magicians and illusionists) Accountants and Bookkeepers Administrative Assistant – see Secretaries Agricultural Labourers Air Traffic Controller Alchemists Alderman Councillor ~échevin, rådmand, δημοτικός σύμβουλος, 市议员, concejal, عضو بلدية American Film Actors American Stage Actors American Television Actors Antique Dealers & Shop Owners Antiquities Dealers Apothecaries ~ apoticaire Archaeologists & Anthropologists Architects ~ architecte Archons Art Collectors Artistic Gardener Artists of Fine Art Artists: Painters Astrologers Astronauts and Cosmonauts Astronomers and Cosmologists Astronomical Instrument Makers Athletic Coaches Attorneys ~ Avocats Attorneys to Judges, the American Legal System Auctioneers Authors ~ Auteurs Autobiographers Automobile Industry Aviators (Great Aviators) Aviators – Civilian B Bailifs ~ Huissiers Bakers Bank Personnel Bankers UK Banking Barbers Barber-Surgeons Bargeman ~ Waterman ~ Werryman Barrelmakers, see Coopers Barristers ~ Avocats plaidant Basket Makers Beauticians Biographers Biologists ~ Biologistes Blacksmiths ~ Forgerons Bladesmiths Body Guards Boilermakers ~ Chaudronniers Bookbinders Booksellers Botanists and Plant Collectors Bounty Hunters ~ Chasseurs de têtes Boxers Bare-knuckle Boxers Brick and Tile Makers ~ Tailleurs de pierre Bureau of Indian Affairs Agents Bus Drivers Businesspeople (Notable businesspeople) Butchers ~ Bouchers Butlers C Cabinet Makers ~ Ébénistes et menuisiers Carpenters ~ Charpentiers et menuisiers ~ Zimmermann Carters ~ Charretiers Cartoonists Cashiers Caterers Census Taker Chartered Accountants Celebrity chefs Chauffeur Cheesemongers ~ formagers Chemists – Industrial Chess Masters ~ Maîtres des échecs “Church Clerks” Cigar Factory Workers Circus People ~ Gens du cirques City guards Clergy (any religious order) ~ Membres du clergé (toute dénomination) Clockmaker ~ Horlogiers Clothiers Clothworkers Coachmen Coast Guards or Lookers (17th and 18th centuries) UK Cobblers ~ Cordonniers (chaussures usagées) Rail and Bus Conductors Cordonniers ~ Shoemakers (vieux souliers) Composers (20th century classical music) Computer pioneers Computer scientists Comedians Confectioners Construction worker Cooks Cooks – Great House Coopers ~ Tonneliers Cordwainers ~ Cordonniers (nouveau cuir) Cosmetologists Cotton Weaver County commissioners Court Clerks ~ Greffiers Cowboys Curriers Crofters Cutlers (Knife Makers) D Daily wage earner Dairy Industry Milk Man Dancers Designers and Decorators Dentists ~ Chirurgiens-dentistes Diarists Dietician ~ Dietitian Diplomats Distillers ~ Destillateur Whisky Distilleries and Families – Scotland Whisky Distilleries and Families – other than Scotland Dock Workers or Dockers Doctors ~ Docteurs, médecins et chirurgiens Doctors (Colonial American doctors) Psychiatrists Psychologists (Famous) Psychologists (non-famous) Radiologists Surgeons Documentary filmmakers Domestic workers (servants) ~ Domestiques Doorman Drafters & Draughtsmen Drapers Dressmakers & Seamstresses Dyers E “‘Economists'” Editors Election officials Electricians Lineman Engineers Engravers Entertainment industry people Environmentalists Essayists Executioners Explorers and Navigators ~ Explorateurs et navigateurs F Farmers ~ Fermiers ~ Landmann see also Husbandman Farriers Fashion Icons & Designers Fashion industry people Fence viewer Ferry Keepers British Film Actors Film directors Firefighters or Firemen Firemen and Stokers Steam Engines Fishermen Fishermen of Hastings Fishmongers Flight Attendant ~ Steward, Stewardess Florists Food & beverage industry businesspeople Foresters Fuller (see Wool Washer) Funfair, Travelling Shows & Fairground People Fur Traders Fur Trappers and Mountain Men Furniture Makers – see Cabinet Makers Furriers G Gamblers Gamekeepers Garbage Man Binman, Dustman, Garbo, Sanitation Engineer Gastronomy & Food Industry dynasties Gardeners: Architects, Designers, and Landscapers Gardeners: Horticulturists, Nurserymen and Agriculturists Geologists: incl. Palaeontologists, Meteorologists and Geophysicists Geographers and Cartographers ~ Géographes et cartographes Gilders Glassworkers: Glassblowers or Glass-smiths “Glaziers” Glovers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths ~ Orfèvres Gold Beaters Golf Course Architects Great House Staff Butlers Chauffeur Coachmen Cooks – Great House Governess Great House – Head Gardeners Maids – Great House Great House Support Grounds Staff Gamekeepers Master of the Horse Stable Master, Stud Master,& Master of the Hounds Tutors Grocers Growers ~ Cultivateurs, Agriculteur ~ Landmann – Guitarists Gunsmiths ~ Armuriers Old West Gunfighters H Haberdashers Hat factory owner ~ Hutfabrikant Hatter or Millinery Historians Horse People Hoteliers ~ Hôteliers HoReCa in Nederland – Hoteliers (Netherlands) ~”… kamermeisje, concierge …” Husbandman (small landholder, farmer in medieval England) Hunter I ICTS People – Internet Communication & Technology Illustrators Insurance Agents Intelligence Gatherers and Spys Members of the CIA Culper Spy Group KGB Members of NKVD, MGB, KGB in Lithuania Soviet Spy Ring of the 1940s Cambridge Five Confederate Secret Service People mentioned in The VENONA files Spies intelligence agent Interior Designers Ironworkers J Jailer prison keepers Jewellers Journalists, Columnists and Reporters Joiner ~ Tischler Justices of the Peace ~ Justices de paix Judges ~ Juges K Kings of Arms, Heralds, and Pursuivants Knitters, Framework Knitters and Stockingers Kentucky Derby L Land Surveyors ~ Arpenteurs Launderers ~ Lavanderie Law Enforcement Officers (Portal) 19th Century British Policemen Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATFE) Detectives ~ Détectives Law Enforcement – Officer Down Policemen (in England, 19th Century) Royal Canadian Mounted Police Security Guards and Body Guards Sheriffs High Sheriff Sheriffs & Deputies of Maryland (Justice System) South Australian Police Force Texas Rangers Lawyers ~ Avocats Legal Professionals ~ Professionnels du droit Librarians Lighthouse Keepers Local officials Locksmiths ~ Serruriers Locomotive Engineer Longshoremen Lumberjacks Lumberjacks of the American Northwest Lyricists M Machinists Legal Professionals Magistrates ~ Magistrats Maids – Great House Maltsters Manufacturers U.S. Marshalls Master of the Horse UK Mason “Maurer” Maçons “Stone Mason” Mathematicians Mayors (portal) Mayors (America) Mayors (Canada) ~ Maires au Canada Mechanic Medical Practitioners ~ Docteurs, médecins et chirurgiens Mercers Merchants ~ Commerçants Kaufmann Meteorologists Midwifes Midwifes (Sweden) ~ Barnmorskor i Sverige Midwives in South Africa Mine workers in South Africa Military British Armed Forces The Royal Air Force The Royal Navy Military South Africa South African Defence Force Pilots of South African Air Force Millers ~ Meuniers ~ Müller Millwright – Machinist Miners ~ Mineurs Ministers (Colonial American Ministers) Ministers (American Ministers: Post Colonial) Missionaries ~ Missionnaires African Missionaries Moonshiners and Bootleggers Musicians, Composers and Orchesta Leaders – Cellists Conductors – Guitarists Opera singers Organists Pianists Singers Violinists Musicologists N NASA Naturalists Newscasters Night soil men Notaries (Québec) ~ Notaires (Québec) Novelists Roman Catholic Nuns and Sisters Nursery School & Child Care Workers Nurses and Midwives Nutritionist O Opera singers Operators – Telegraph & Telephone Opthalmologists Opticians – Corrective Vision Optometrists Organists Ornithologists P Painters – Houses & Buildings Paramedics & EMTs Peasants ~ Habitants ~ Landmann Perfumiers Personal Assistant (PA) – see Secretaries Pharmacists in Finland Pharmacists in Sweden Philanthropists Philosophers Photographers Early Photographers of the 19th Century Photographers (notable photographers) Physical Therapists – Physiotherapists Pianists Pianoforte Makers Pilots – Civilian Pioneers of Space Pipefitters and Steamfitters Pirates and Privateers Playwrights Plumbers Podcasters Poets Porter Postal Workers Pound keeper – South Australia “Politicians” (American) Politicians (British) Svenska präster genom tiderna (Finnish priests) Printers ~ Copper-Plate-Printer Prison Officers Property Developers (Real estate developers) Prospectors ~ Prospecteurs Prostitutes & Courtesans Public Service & Community Personnel Publishers Q R Rabbis Radio personalities – Britain Radio Script Writers Radiographer – X-Ray Technician Rat-catcher Real Estate Agents & Realtors® Red Cross Workers – British & American Retailers (Notable retailers) Road & Highway Workers Robbers, Rustlers and Rogues Rodeo Cowboys Roofers Rope-makers S Sanitation Workers see Garbage Man for that occupation Saddle and Harness Makers ~ Sattler Salty Dogs, Captains and Mariners The Royal Navy Sawyers, Sawmill Builders, and Lumber Merchants School Occupations Scientists Muslim Philosophers, Mathematicians & Scientists Prominent Scientists: (I) Exact Sciences & Natural Sciences Frontier Scouts and Guides Screenwriters Sculptors Servants Frontier Scouts and Guides Security Guards and Watchmen Sharecroppers ~ Métayers ~ Landmann Shepherd ~ Bergers ~ Schäfer Sheriffs Shipbuilders and Shipwrights ~ Charpentiers de navires Shoemakers ~ Cordonniers (en général) ~ Schuhmacher Shopkeepers Shorthand and Typists Silk Weavers Singers Opera singers Sollicitors ~ Solliciteurs (avocats) Spies Spinners (textiles) ~ Filassier Sportspeople Stable Master, Stud Master & Master of the Hounds British Stage Actors Firemen and Stokers Steam Engines Steel Industry Stevedores”‘ Stonemasons ~ Maçons Straw Plaiters Sugar Boiler Surveyors T Tailors ~ Tailleurs d’habits ~ Schneider Tallow Chandlers and Candlemakers Tanners Tattoo Artists Tavern Keepers and Brewers (of Early America) Tax Collectors Teachers ~ Lehrer American Teachers British Teachers Canadian Teachers Teachers in South Africa Old West Teamsters and Freighters Technical Writers Television inventors and pioneers Television personalities – Britain Television talk show hosts Texas Rangers Textiles Thatchers Tinsmith-Tinmakers Tobaccists Tobacco Planters Toolmakers ~ Outilleurs et taillandiers Town clerks Town criers Toy Makers Traffic wardens Translators Transporter Travel Agents Traveling Salesman Trucking Industry In America Truck Driver Typographers Thresher U Undertakers (Funeral Directors) U. S. Postmasters (USPS) Urban Planners V Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses Vintners ~ Vignerons W Wagon & Carriage Makers Wait Staff Watch Maker Finnish Watchmakers French Watchmakers Polish Watchmakers Watchmen Weather Forecasters Bargeman ~ Waterman ~ Werryman Weavers ~ Tuchmacher Welder ~ Soudeurs Whaling Wheelwrights – Wrights ~ Charrons ~ Stellmacher Wine Makers ~ Maîtres de chai Witch hunters Wool Washer (Fuller) Workhouse keepers WPA – Works Progress Administration Writers and Novelists X Y Yeoman (Landholder of usually over 100 acres – one station less than Gentry) Z Zookeepers etc. People Connected to British Zoos Zoologists

on geni, a genealogy database, I found a project where they’re trying to organize people by professions. You can voluntary add ancient relatives to the appropriate profession areas. It’s an interesting list.

A
Abracadabra…. (magicians and illusionists)
Accountants and Bookkeepers
Administrative Assistant – see Secretaries
Agricultural Labourers
Air Traffic Controller
Alchemists
Alderman Councillor ~échevin, rådmand, δημοτικός σύμβουλος, 市议员, concejal, عضو بلدية
American Film Actors
American Stage Actors
American Television Actors
Antique Dealers & Shop Owners
Antiquities Dealers
Apothecaries ~ apoticaire
Archaeologists & Anthropologists
Architects ~ architecte
Archons
Art Collectors
Artistic Gardener
Artists of Fine Art
Artists: Painters
Astrologers
Astronauts and Cosmonauts
Astronomers and Cosmologists
Astronomical Instrument Makers
Athletic Coaches
Attorneys ~ Avocats
Attorneys to Judges, the American Legal System
Auctioneers
Authors ~ Auteurs
Autobiographers
Automobile Industry
Aviators (Great Aviators)
Aviators – Civilian
B
Bailifs ~ Huissiers
Bakers
Bank Personnel
Bankers
UK Banking
Barbers
Barber-Surgeons
Bargeman ~ Waterman ~ Werryman
Barrelmakers, see Coopers
Barristers ~ Avocats plaidant
Basket Makers
Beauticians
Biographers
Biologists ~ Biologistes
Blacksmiths ~ Forgerons
Bladesmiths
Body Guards
Boilermakers ~ Chaudronniers
Bookbinders
Booksellers
Botanists and Plant Collectors
Bounty Hunters ~ Chasseurs de têtes
Boxers
Bare-knuckle Boxers
Brick and Tile Makers ~ Tailleurs de pierre
Bureau of Indian Affairs Agents
Bus Drivers
Businesspeople (Notable businesspeople)
Butchers ~ Bouchers
Butlers
C
Cabinet Makers ~ Ébénistes et menuisiers
Carpenters ~ Charpentiers et menuisiers ~ Zimmermann
Carters ~ Charretiers
Cartoonists
Cashiers
Caterers
Census Taker
Chartered Accountants
Celebrity chefs
Chauffeur
Cheesemongers ~ formagers
Chemists – Industrial
Chess Masters ~ Maîtres des échecs
“Church Clerks”
Cigar Factory Workers
Circus People ~ Gens du cirques
City guards
Clergy (any religious order) ~ Membres du clergé (toute dénomination)
Clockmaker ~ Horlogiers
Clothiers
Clothworkers
Coachmen
Coast Guards or Lookers (17th and 18th centuries) UK
Cobblers ~ Cordonniers (chaussures usagées)
Rail and Bus Conductors
Cordonniers ~ Shoemakers (vieux souliers)
Composers (20th century classical music)
Computer pioneers
Computer scientists
Comedians
Confectioners
Construction worker
Cooks
Cooks – Great House
Coopers ~ Tonneliers
Cordwainers ~ Cordonniers (nouveau cuir)
Cosmetologists
Cotton Weaver
County commissioners
Court Clerks ~ Greffiers
Cowboys
Curriers
Crofters
Cutlers (Knife Makers)
D
Daily wage earner
Dairy Industry
Milk Man
Dancers
Designers and Decorators
Dentists ~ Chirurgiens-dentistes
Diarists
Dietician ~ Dietitian
Diplomats
Distillers ~ Destillateur
Whisky Distilleries and Families – Scotland
Whisky Distilleries and Families – other than Scotland
Dock Workers or Dockers
Doctors ~ Docteurs, médecins et chirurgiens
Doctors (Colonial American doctors)
Psychiatrists
Psychologists (Famous)
Psychologists (non-famous)
Radiologists
Surgeons
Documentary filmmakers
Domestic workers (servants) ~ Domestiques
Doorman
Drafters & Draughtsmen
Drapers
Dressmakers & Seamstresses
Dyers
E
“‘Economists'”
Editors
Election officials
Electricians
Lineman
Engineers
Engravers
Entertainment industry people
Environmentalists
Essayists
Executioners
Explorers and Navigators ~ Explorateurs et navigateurs
F
Farmers ~ Fermiers ~ Landmann
see also Husbandman
Farriers
Fashion Icons & Designers
Fashion industry people
Fence viewer
Ferry Keepers
British Film Actors
Film directors
Firefighters or Firemen
Firemen and Stokers Steam Engines
Fishermen
Fishermen of Hastings
Fishmongers
Flight Attendant ~ Steward, Stewardess
Florists
Food & beverage industry businesspeople
Foresters
Fuller (see Wool Washer)
Funfair, Travelling Shows & Fairground People
Fur Traders
Fur Trappers and Mountain Men
Furniture Makers – see Cabinet Makers
Furriers
G
Gamblers
Gamekeepers
Garbage Man Binman, Dustman, Garbo, Sanitation Engineer
Gastronomy & Food Industry dynasties
Gardeners: Architects, Designers, and Landscapers
Gardeners: Horticulturists, Nurserymen and Agriculturists
Geologists: incl. Palaeontologists, Meteorologists and Geophysicists
Geographers and Cartographers ~ Géographes et cartographes
Gilders
Glassworkers: Glassblowers or Glass-smiths
“Glaziers”
Glovers
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths ~ Orfèvres
Gold Beaters
Golf Course Architects
Great House Staff
Butlers
Chauffeur
Coachmen
Cooks – Great House
Governess
Great House – Head Gardeners
Maids – Great House
Great House Support Grounds Staff
Gamekeepers
Master of the Horse
Stable Master, Stud Master,& Master of the Hounds
Tutors
Grocers
Growers ~ Cultivateurs, Agriculteur ~ Landmann
– Guitarists
Gunsmiths ~ Armuriers
Old West Gunfighters
H
Haberdashers
Hat factory owner ~ Hutfabrikant
Hatter or Millinery
Historians
Horse People
Hoteliers ~ Hôteliers
HoReCa in Nederland – Hoteliers (Netherlands) ~”… kamermeisje, concierge …”
Husbandman (small landholder, farmer in medieval England)
Hunter
I
ICTS People – Internet Communication & Technology
Illustrators
Insurance Agents
Intelligence Gatherers and Spys
Members of the CIA
Culper Spy Group
KGB
Members of NKVD, MGB, KGB in Lithuania
Soviet Spy Ring of the 1940s
Cambridge Five
Confederate Secret Service
People mentioned in The VENONA files
Spies
intelligence agent
Interior Designers
Ironworkers
J
Jailer prison keepers
Jewellers
Journalists, Columnists and Reporters
Joiner ~ Tischler
Justices of the Peace ~ Justices de paix
Judges ~ Juges
K
Kings of Arms, Heralds, and Pursuivants
Knitters, Framework Knitters and Stockingers
Kentucky Derby
L
Land Surveyors ~ Arpenteurs
Launderers ~ Lavanderie
Law Enforcement Officers (Portal)
19th Century British Policemen
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATFE)
Detectives ~ Détectives
Law Enforcement – Officer Down
Policemen (in England, 19th Century)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Security Guards and Body Guards
Sheriffs
High Sheriff
Sheriffs & Deputies of Maryland (Justice System)
South Australian Police Force
Texas Rangers
Lawyers ~ Avocats
Legal Professionals ~ Professionnels du droit
Librarians
Lighthouse Keepers
Local officials
Locksmiths ~ Serruriers
Locomotive Engineer
Longshoremen
Lumberjacks
Lumberjacks of the American Northwest
Lyricists
M
Machinists
Legal Professionals
Magistrates ~ Magistrats
Maids – Great House
Maltsters
Manufacturers
U.S. Marshalls
Master of the Horse UK
Mason “Maurer” Maçons “Stone Mason”
Mathematicians
Mayors (portal)
Mayors (America)
Mayors (Canada) ~ Maires au Canada
Mechanic
Medical Practitioners ~ Docteurs, médecins et chirurgiens
Mercers
Merchants ~ Commerçants Kaufmann
Meteorologists
Midwifes
Midwifes (Sweden) ~ Barnmorskor i Sverige
Midwives in South Africa
Mine workers in South Africa
Military
British Armed Forces
The Royal Air Force
The Royal Navy
Military South Africa
South African Defence Force
Pilots of South African Air Force
Millers ~ Meuniers ~ Müller
Millwright – Machinist
Miners ~ Mineurs
Ministers (Colonial American Ministers)
Ministers (American Ministers: Post Colonial)
Missionaries ~ Missionnaires
African Missionaries
Moonshiners and Bootleggers
Musicians, Composers and Orchesta Leaders
– Cellists
Conductors
– Guitarists
Opera singers
Organists
Pianists
Singers
Violinists
Musicologists
N
NASA
Naturalists
Newscasters
Night soil men
Notaries (Québec) ~ Notaires (Québec)
Novelists
Roman Catholic Nuns and Sisters
Nursery School & Child Care Workers
Nurses and Midwives
Nutritionist
O
Opera singers
Operators – Telegraph & Telephone
Opthalmologists
Opticians – Corrective Vision
Optometrists
Organists
Ornithologists
P
Painters – Houses & Buildings
Paramedics & EMTs
Peasants ~ Habitants ~ Landmann
Perfumiers
Personal Assistant (PA) – see Secretaries
Pharmacists in Finland
Pharmacists in Sweden
Philanthropists
Philosophers
Photographers
Early Photographers of the 19th Century
Photographers (notable photographers)
Physical Therapists – Physiotherapists
Pianists
Pianoforte Makers
Pilots – Civilian
Pioneers of Space
Pipefitters and Steamfitters
Pirates and Privateers
Playwrights
Plumbers
Podcasters
Poets
Porter
Postal Workers
Pound keeper – South Australia
“Politicians” (American)
Politicians (British)
Svenska präster genom tiderna (Finnish priests)
Printers ~ Copper-Plate-Printer
Prison Officers
Property Developers (Real estate developers)
Prospectors ~ Prospecteurs
Prostitutes & Courtesans
Public Service & Community Personnel
Publishers
Q
R
Rabbis
Radio personalities – Britain
Radio Script Writers
Radiographer – X-Ray Technician
Rat-catcher
Real Estate Agents & Realtors®
Red Cross Workers – British & American
Retailers (Notable retailers)
Road & Highway Workers
Robbers, Rustlers and Rogues
Rodeo Cowboys
Roofers
Rope-makers
S
Sanitation Workers see Garbage Man for that occupation
Saddle and Harness Makers ~ Sattler
Salty Dogs, Captains and Mariners
The Royal Navy
Sawyers, Sawmill Builders, and Lumber Merchants
School Occupations
Scientists
Muslim Philosophers, Mathematicians & Scientists
Prominent Scientists: (I) Exact Sciences & Natural Sciences
Frontier Scouts and Guides
Screenwriters
Sculptors
Servants
Frontier Scouts and Guides
Security Guards and Watchmen
Sharecroppers ~ Métayers ~ Landmann
Shepherd ~ Bergers ~ Schäfer
Sheriffs
Shipbuilders and Shipwrights ~ Charpentiers de navires
Shoemakers ~ Cordonniers (en général) ~ Schuhmacher
Shopkeepers
Shorthand and Typists
Silk Weavers
Singers
Opera singers
Sollicitors ~ Solliciteurs (avocats)
Spies
Spinners (textiles) ~ Filassier
Sportspeople
Stable Master, Stud Master & Master of the Hounds
British Stage Actors
Firemen and Stokers Steam Engines
Steel Industry
Stevedores”‘
Stonemasons ~ Maçons
Straw Plaiters
Sugar Boiler
Surveyors
T
Tailors ~ Tailleurs d’habits ~ Schneider
Tallow Chandlers and Candlemakers
Tanners
Tattoo Artists
Tavern Keepers and Brewers (of Early America)
Tax Collectors
Teachers ~ Lehrer
American Teachers
British Teachers
Canadian Teachers
Teachers in South Africa
Old West Teamsters and Freighters
Technical Writers
Television inventors and pioneers
Television personalities – Britain
Television talk show hosts
Texas Rangers
Textiles
Thatchers
Tinsmith-Tinmakers
Tobaccists Tobacco Planters
Toolmakers ~ Outilleurs et taillandiers
Town clerks
Town criers
Toy Makers
Traffic wardens
Translators
Transporter
Travel Agents
Traveling Salesman
Trucking Industry In America
Truck Driver
Typographers
Thresher
U
Undertakers (Funeral Directors)
U. S. Postmasters (USPS)
Urban Planners
V
Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses
Vintners ~ Vignerons
W
Wagon & Carriage Makers
Wait Staff
Watch Maker
Finnish Watchmakers
French Watchmakers
Polish Watchmakers
Watchmen
Weather Forecasters
Bargeman ~ Waterman ~ Werryman
Weavers ~ Tuchmacher
Welder ~ Soudeurs
Whaling
Wheelwrights – Wrights ~ Charrons ~ Stellmacher
Wine Makers ~ Maîtres de chai
Witch hunters
Wool Washer (Fuller)
Workhouse keepers
WPA – Works Progress Administration
Writers and Novelists
X
Y
Yeoman (Landholder of usually over 100 acres – one station less than Gentry)
Z
Zookeepers etc.
People Connected to British Zoos
Zoologists

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