fellmonger


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fellmonger

strictly a person who harvests wool from hides or dead sheep; common usage is person who deals in hides or skins of animals, especially sheepskins.
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With quantities of north Warwickshire coal moving through the siding for the mill, fellmonger and gasworks, it wasn't long before coal merchants saw the advantage of building a coal wharf.
Light Production Workers and Laborers 73 Wood Preparation Workers and Paper Makers 75 Spinners, Weavers, Knitters, Dyers, and Related Workers 76 Tanners, Fellmongers, and Pelt Dressers 77,78 Food and Beverage Processors; Tobacco Preparers and Tobacco Product Makers 79 Tailors, Dress Makers, Sewers, Upholsterers, and Related Workers 80 Shoemakers and Leather Goods Makers 81 Furniture Makers and Related Woodworkers 90 Rubber and Plastic Product Makers 91 Paper and Paper Board Product Makers 92 Printers and Related Workers 96,98,99 * Stationary Engine and Related Equipment Operators; Transport Equipment Operators; Apprentices and Other Laborers D.
It has been bought by the West Yorkshire Fellmongers.