I posted this as a comment on the profile wall when it happened, so it was easy to find today:
Added the source since curiosity wouldn't let me not look at the image. Who could resist finding out if his occupation really was recorded as "Shaman" as it was indexed at FamilySearch.
"Florida Deaths, 1877-1939," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FP48-HZ6 : accessed 8 June 2016), Charles P. Meares, 21 Feb 1905; citing Florida, reference Vol 09 cn 1470; FHL microfilm 2,116,941.
It was obvious, when compared with other writing on the page, that the second character is a joined "E" rather than an "H."
Charles was a "Seaman" as one would expect.
This was in Key West in 1905. Most jobs involved being on the water in some fashion.
Also in a Key West family, the abbreviated place of origin on immigration cards "B?h" is indexed as Bohemia rather than Bahama. If I hadn't been familiar with the families, I'd have passed them right by.