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Blacksmith farrier: Person who works iron and wrought iron.
One blacksmith farrier was between "rue d'en Bas" street and Follemprise street.
Cabinetmaker: Specialist in the manufacture of top-of-range furniture, requiring a detailed precision more than joinery
Carpenter: he manufacture the roof structure.
Carrier: Person who ensured the carriage of goods per road, or inland waterway.
Cartwright: whichever manufactures carriages, as well as the wheels of these vehicles
Cooper: Craftsman who manufactures and repairs the barrels and wooden containers.
Hatter: Person who sold hats, formerly
Hawker: collecting the fresh products in the campaigns to resell them at the market.(Eggs, poultry and vegetables).
Lumberjack: person which cut trees in the forest.
Merchant of flax: Flax cloth salesman.
Miller: Person who exploits a mill, or who manufactures of flour.
Rope-maker: Person which manufactures ropes.
Rural guard: (Municipal drum) Trainer police in the territory of a rural commune but he informed the population, by the making announcements in the streets.
Spinner: Person who spins a textile at the hand.
Tilemaking: Manufacturer of tuiles.
Weaver: Workman who manufacture silk or wool fabrics.
Woodturner: Craftsman who works with a "wood turn". (18th century)