'Hallier' (occupation) (General)

by MPGriffiths @, Saturday, July 07, 2018, 17:58 (75 days ago) @ Jefff

On another website - there is this definition of the occupation 'Hallier'

"Hallier is not a misprint nor is it misspelt
Hallier was the name given to those who actually hauled the coal from the seam face to the lift connection area.
Seen in conection with iron mining as well.
It is much more often found in Monmouthshire than elsewhere.'

If you use the Advance Search for baptisms occupation of the father: Hallier - there are quite a number... ie. 285 in total for baptisms.

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