stevedore

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stevedore

a person employed to load or unload ships
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IN 1871, a young dock labourer by the name of Alexander McIntyre spent the afternoon of Tuesday, May 9, indulging in far more than a drop to drink.
The 29-year-old was a dock labourer and lived in a simple house in Anfield's Nesfield Street.
For a humble dock labourer, that wasn''t a bad achievement.
She was married to Edward James Toombs, who was a dock labourer, and they were married in 1913 in St John the Baptist Church, in Toxteth.
Mary's great grandfather Henry Shipman had worked for the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board first as a dock labourer before progressing to become a diver's assistant.
Mary told me: "My great grandfather Henry Shipman worked for the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board first as a dock labourer and then progressed to diver's assistant - his death certificate records him as being a diver, so apparently he did well in his job with the MDHB.
Matthew worked as a dock labourer in Liverpool and in 1901 he and Alice were living in Malcolm Grove, Kirkdale, with their six children.
Instructions/Remarks: 1 Chemical , Physical, Ultrasonic, Micro Structure Test Certificate From Nabl Approved Lab, Load Test Certificate In V From Of The Indian Dock Labourers Regulation 1948 2 Month And Year Of Manufacturing Along With Suppliers Name And Capacity To Be Embossed On The Product Which May Not Hampering Functional Utility.