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Stickers

PLEASE NOTE that replacing the word Religion or the word Occupation will render the sticker invalid, as those words denote the template.


When adding a sticker you would use the code Religion|image=ADWP-235.png|text=Murphy lived to 105 years of age. This has been superseded by the creation of a Centenarian sticker: The format is {{Centenarian|age=}}. You need to enter the person's age at death (100 or greater!) after the equals sign

... ... ... was a centenarian, living to age 105.
  • {{Centenarian|age=105}} which results in:


or

... Taylor was a weaver.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-140.png|text=Taylor was a weaver.}} which results in:

(On the profile it would say "John Taylor", otherwise, if you leave off the last name, only the preferred name will show.)

The … on a person's profile will fill in with their preferred name once the profile has been saved.

If using the Centenarian sticker, you might also place the category [[Category:Centenarians]] above the Biography header.



Things that can fall under "Religion"
... was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP-449.png|text=was a member of the Presbyterian Church.}} will give you:
... was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP-450.png|text=was a member of the Presbyterian Church.}} will give you:
... was a Jehovahs_Witness.
  • {{Religion|image=Jehovahs_Witnesses.png|text=was a Jehovahs_Witness.}} will give you:
... was a member of the Church of the Nazarene.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-35.png|text=was a member of the Church of the Nazarene.}} will give you:
... was a member of the United Society of Believers (also known as the Shakers).
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-75.png|text=was a member of the United Society of Believers (also known as the Shakers).}} will give you:


... was a member of the Knights Templar (Freemasonry).
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-2.gif|text=was a member of the Knights Templar (Freemasonry).}} will give you:
... was a member of the Knights Templar, York Rite (Freemasonry).
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-5.jpg|text=was a member of the Knights Templar, York Rite (Freemasonry).}} will give you:




Croix Huguenote. Croix Huguenote (for Du Rietz) Bridal Veil (for War brides). Bridal Veil (for War Brides) Wedding Bells and Rings. Wedding Bells and Rings Silver Wedding. Silver Wedding Pearl Wedding (30 years) Pearl Wedding Ruby Wedding. Ruby Wedding Golden Wedding. Golden Wedding Diamond Wedding. Diamond Wedding Renewed Wedding Vows. Renewed Wedding Vows Just Married .. Again. Just Married .. Again Centenarian (100-Plus years old). Centenarian (100-plus years) Underground Railroad Station House. Underground Railroad Station House

... was part of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP-250.png|text=was part of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.}} will give you:



Crossover

When religion and occupation collide:

... was ordained, anointed, and consecrated a Bishop.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP-94.png|text=was ordained, anointed, and consecrated a Bishop.}} will give you:
... was a Nun.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP-602.png|text=was a Nun.}} will give you:
... was a Sister of Mercy.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-288.png|text=was a Sister of Mercy.}} will give you:


An open Bible is in front of a  stylised cross, both surrounded by the words "Mission to the World". Christian Missionary, Preacher, or Pastor

... was a Christian Missionary.
... was a Methodist Minister.
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-126.png|text=was a Christian Missionary.}} will give you:
  • {{Religion|image=ADWP2-126.png|text=was a Methodist Minister.}} will give you:



Occupations

Bookbinder. Bookbinder Nurse (female). Nurse (female) Architect. Architect Compass and Square (Architect). Compass and Square (Architect) Nurse (female (better) for sticker. Nurse (female (better) for sticker) Artist's Palette and Brush. Artist's Palette and Brush Van Gogh—Weber am Webstuhl mit Haspel (for occupation: weaver). Van Gogh—Weber am Webstuhl mit Haspel (for occupations sticker: weaver) Beer Stein (for Publican). Beer Stein (for Publican). Baker. Baker Nurse (not male or female). Nurse (not male or female). Nurse silhouette (neither male nor female). Nurse silhouette (neither male nor female). Mayoral Chain of Office. Mayoral Chain of Office PMG. PMG Sunlander Engine. Sunlander Engine Bunsen Burner. Bunsen Burner Sailboat. Sailboat icon Cargo Ship with star background. Cargo Ship with star background Cargo Ship. Cargo Ship Sailing Ship silhouette. Sailing Ship silhouette Tobacconist. Tobacconist. Farmer with Plough and Two Horses. Farmer with Plough and Two Horses. Farmer with Plough and Bullock silhouette. Farmer with Plough and Bullock silhouette. Steer. Steer. The draper in his shop. The draper in his shop. Housekeeper with tools. Housekeeper with tools. Journalist's hand with pad and pencil. Journalist's hand with pad and pencil. At the Milliner - Degas. At the Milliner - Degas. Steam Locomotive. Steam Locomotive. Old Steam Engine. Old Steam Engine. Royal Mail Coach in need of a repaint. Royal Mail Coach in need of a repaint. Books with ruler and apples (teacher). Books with ruler and apples (teacher) Books with music notes. Books with music notes. Books for music teacher. Books for music teacher. Wool Trade sheep. Wool Trade sheep. Books on Books (good for authors). Books on Books (good for authors). Jazz Musicians. Jazz Musicians. Die Buchdruckerei. (Beschreibung lt. Quelle) (Printers at work.) Die Buchdruckerei. (Beschreibung lt. Quelle) (Printers at work.) Miner's helmet and picks (good for occupation sticker for miner). Miner's helmet and picks (good for occupation sticker for miner). Coal on coal (good for workers in the coal/mining industry). Coal on coal (good for workers in the coal/mining industry). Electrician at work. Electrician at work. Electrician at work. Electrician at work. Stonemason statue. Stonemason statue. Dentist and tooth silhouette. Dentist and tooth silhouette. Accountant's adding machine and money piles. Accountant's adding machine and money piles. Caterpillar road grader. Caterpillar road grader. Road grader. Road grader. Edgar Degas - The Millinery Shop. Edgar Degas - The Millinery Shop. Milliner's hats. Milliner's hats. Comedy and Tragedy Masks. Comedy and Tragedy Masks. Cooper at work crafting barrels. Cooper at work crafting barrels. Fishmonger in his store, with neon fish sign behind. Fishmonger in his store, with neon fish sign behind him.

Chef's hat and knives : Images-5-25.jpg Chef's hat and knives.
Microscope : Images-5-3.png Silhouette of microscope.
Open book : Images-5-1.gif Open Book.


Victorian Boarding House. Victorian Boarding House

... was a Boarding House Keeper.
  • {{Occupation|image=MGPsStickerImages.png|text=was a Boarding House Keeper.}} will give you:

English Cotton Mill 1746. English Cotton Mill 1746

... was a Cotton Mill worker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-21.jpg|text=was a Cotton Mill worker.}} will give you:

Chemist. Chemist

... was a Pharmaceutical Chemist.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-318.png|text=was a Pharmaceutical Chemist.}} will give you:

Nurse (female). Nurse (female)

... was a Nurse.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-255.png|text=was a Nurse.}} will give you:

Nurse (female) with syringe. Nurse (female) with syringe.

... was a Nurse.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-164.png|text=was a Nurse.}} will give you:

Miner's Tools. Miner's Tools.

... was a Miner.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-473.png|text=was a Miner.}} will give you:

Steam Locomotive. Steam Locomotive.

... was a Steam Locomotive Driver.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-660.png|text=was a Steam Locomotive Driver.}} will give you:

Old Steam Engine. Old Steam Engine.

... was a Railway Company Employee.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-661.png|text=was a Railway Company Employee.}} will give you:

Books with ruler and apples (teacher).

... was a Teacher.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-116.png|text=was a Teacher.}} will give you:

Books for music teacher.

... was a Music Teacher.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-727.png|text=was a Music Teacher.}} will give you:

Curved piano keyboard.

... was a Piano Teacher.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-266.png|text=was a Piano Teacher.}} will give you:

A silhouette of a head, with cranium cracked open, has a music staff and notes floating out.  This is a stylised designation of musical therapy.

... was a Music Therapist.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-201.png|text=was a Music Therapist.}} will give you:


Quartet of Musicians.

... was a Musician.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-850.png|text=was a Musician.}} will give you:

Dentist and tooth silhouette.

... was a Dentist.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-957.png|text=was a Dentist.}} will give you:

Female silhouette and hairdresser's scissors.

... worked as a Hairdresser
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-961.png|text=worked as a Hairdresser}} will give you:

Front-end loader. (Please Note: this image is not one of my creation, but was uploaded to Wikitree by another Wikitreer.)

... worked on a front-end loader.
  • {{Occupation|image=Wikimedia_Commons_photos-36.png|text=worked on a front-end loader.}} will give you:

Road grader.

... was a grader operator.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-964.png|text=was a grader operator.}} will give you:

Comedy and Tragedy Masks.

... was an Actor.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-974.png|text=was an Actor.}} will give you:

Comedy and Tragedy Masks.

... was an Actor.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-975.png|text=was an Actor.}} will give you:

Fishmonger is in his store, holding a large fish.  An equally large fish image is on the shop's window,behind him.

... was a fishmonger.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-999.png|text=was a fishmonger.}} will give you:

Vine dresser working in the vineyard.

... worked as a Vine dresser in vineyards.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-1.png|text=worked as a Vine dresser in vineyards.}} will give you:

A silhouette of a sculptor at work.  Unfortunately for the piece on which he was working, your arrival has caused him to mis-hit, and he has broken off the nose!

... was a Sculptor.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-2.png|text=was a Sculptor.}} will give you:

Carpenter's tools : a saw, some hammers, a plane, and a toolbox

... was a Carpenter.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-3.png|text=was a Carpenter.}} will give you:

Abacus and quill pen. (This would work for a bookkeeper, or an accountant, or anyone who works with counting.)

... was a Bookkeeper.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-4.png|text=was a Bookkeeper.}} will give you:

A man sits behind a table with a safe beneath it, and an abacus, a couple of money bags, and piles of coins and gold bars upon it.  There are bags of gold, or coins, or gold coins, beneath the table.  Clearly this man is either a banker, or he is a miser counting his wealth.

... was a Banker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-8.png|text=was a Banker.}} will give you:

Accountant's adding machine and money piles. (This would work for an accountant, or anyone who works with counting.)

... was a Chartered Accountant.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-960.png|text=was a Chartered Accountant.}} will give you:

A quill pen in a bottle of ink sits beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "We the People" written at the top.

... was a writer of biographies.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-9.png|text=was a writer of biographies.}} will give you:

A quill pen in a bottle of ink sits beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it. (There are more "poetry in motion" examples at the bottom of the list.)

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-269.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A fountain pen, a bottle of ink, and a couple of open books (one with what appears to be considerable writing in it).  The pen is obviously in the process of crossing the "t" in the word "poetry" writtin across the lower of the two books.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-274.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

Camera with Flash.

... was a photographer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-45.png|text=was a photographer.}} will give you:

1800s Camera on tripod, with Photographer under Cloth.

... was a photographer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-208.png|text=was a photographer.}} will give you:

Farmer with Plough and Two Horses. Farmer with Plough and Two Horses.

... was a farmer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-550.png|text=was a farmer.}} will give you:

Farmer with Plough and Bullock silhouette. Farmer with Plough and Bullock silhouette.

... was a farmer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-551.png|text=was a farmer.}} will give you:

Early Australian tractor, with farmer, on field.

... was a farmer in Australia.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-243.png|text=was a farmer in Australia.}} will give you:

Late Victorian-era tractor, with farmer, on field.

... was a farmer in rural England.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-259.png|text=was a farmer in rural England.}} will give you:

Man on tractor, in field.

... was a farmer in rural America.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-258.png|text=was a farmer in rural America.}} will give you:

Tractor with plough, on field.

... was a farmer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-48.png|text=was a farmer.}} will give you:

Ears of wheat against a blue sky.

... was a wheat farmer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-262.png|text=was a wheat farmer.}} will give you:

Man wielding a scythe in a field.

... was an agricultural labourer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-277.png|text=was an agricultural labourer.}} will give you:

Male baker with steaming loaves of bread. Baker

... was a Baker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP-172.png|text=was a Baker.}} will give you:

Female baker with a steaming pie.

... was a Baker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-264.png|text=was a Baker.}} will give you:

The Sydney Ferry "Kosciusko", manufactured by David Drake, shipwright of New South Wales.

... was a Shipwright.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-49.png|text=was a Shipwright.}} will give you:

Washtub and Washboard, with hands above wringing out some clothing.

... was employed as a Laundress.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-63.png|text=was employed as a Laundress.}} will give you:

Clarence Williams and his Bottomland Orchestra – left to right – Albert Socarras, Buddy Christian, Prince Robinson, Clarence Williams, Charlie Irvis, Cyrus St. Clair, Eva Taylor, Floyd Casey, Ed Allen. Bottomland was a musical theater spectacle Williams produced in 1927. (Adjust text to suit singing style/genre.)

... was a (noted) jazz / classic blues singer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-64.png|text=was a (noted) jazz / classic blues singer.}} will give you:

Silhouette of a male sailor. (Change country of Navy where applicable.)

... served in the Royal Navy.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-70.png|text=served in the Royal Navy.}} will give you:

Royal Navy ship "Euryalus" at the Battle of Waterloo. (Change country of Navy where applicable.)

... served in the Royal Navy, rising up the ranks to Captain.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-227.png|text=served in the Royal Navy, rising up the ranks to Captain.}} will give you:

Australian red ensign with a stylised ship's wheel and anchor below, and the words "Australian Merchant Navy".

... served in the Australian Merchant Navy.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-283.png|text=served in the Australian Merchant Navy.}} will give you:

Male public servant is seated at a desk that is covered in books and folders.

... was employed as a Public Servant.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-76.png|text=was employed as a Public Servant.}} will give you:

A male clerk is seated on his high stool at a tall desk, working on some kind of ledger.

... was employed as a clerk.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-78.png|text=was employed as a clerk.}} will give you:

A female office worker is seated at a desk, with a typewriter to one side, and looking at a steno pad. Clerk/Office Worker (female)

... was employed as an office clerk.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-80.png|text=was employed as an office clerk.}} will give you:

A male cook is standing in his kitchen.

... was employed as a cook.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-81.png|text=was employed as a cook.}} will give you:

A silhouette of a male janitor with a broom sweeping up a dust cloud.

... was employed as a janitor.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-83.png|text=was employed as a janitor.}} will give you:

A cartoon-style truck, with the word "delivery" on the side.

... was employed as a delivery truck driver.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-84.png|text=was employed as a delivery truck driver.}} will give you:

A workman with various tools in his arms and hands, with a bucket on the ground, and a ladder to one side.

... was employed as an odd job man.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-85.png|text=was employed as an odd job man.}} will give you:

A mechanic fixes a car in the foreground, while another car is at the fuel pump in the background, filling up its tank.

... was employed as an auto mechanic.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-87.png|text=was employed as an auto mechanic.}} will give you:

A male barber is cutting the hair of a young boy.

... was employed as a barber.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-94.png|text=was employed as a barber.}} will give you:

A man is carrying a barrel on one shoulder, and a couple of beer jugs in the other hand.

... was employed as a cellarman.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-95.png|text=was employed as a cellarman.}} will give you:

A man is holding a mortaring trowel in one hand, and is placing a brick onto the already laid bricks of a partially built brick wall with the other.

... engaged in the trade of bricklaying.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-98.png|text=engaged in the trade of bricklaying. }} will give you:

A single late 1890s/early 1900s Sydney NSW tram.

... was a Tramways employee.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-99.png|text=was a Tramways employee.}} will give you:

Two sawyers are at work using a pit saw.  Other workers are in the background

... was employed as a sawyer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-100.png|text=was employed as a sawyer.}} will give you:

A man is working on covering the seat and back of a chair, with two finished chairs, of different styles, alongside.

... was employed as an upholsterer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-102.png|text=was employed as an upholsterer.}} will give you:

A needle and spool of thread alongside a fancy corset.

... was employed as a corset maker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-103.png|text=was employed as a corset maker.}} will give you:

A man is trudging along a road, carrying two suitcases. (Would work for travelling salesman, or just a traveller.)

... worked as a commercial traveller.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-104.png|text=worked as a commercial traveller.}} will give you:

A man is seated  on the high seat of a horse-drawn hansom cab, driving the vehicle along a tree-lined road.

... worked as a Horse Cab Driver.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-110.png|text=worked as a Horse Cab Driver.}} will give you:

A man is kitted out in surgical scrubs and protective gloves.

... was a surgeon.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-114.png|text=was a surgeon.}} will give you:

Several sizes of chains forming what may be the letters C and M, are surrounded by another chain almost forming a circle.

... was a Chain Maker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-120.png|text=was a Chain Maker.}} will give you:

A person is in a laboratory with several vials of a substance giving off a pleasant odour.

... was a Perfumer.
(Perfume maker / Perfume manufacturer)
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-121.png|text=was a Perfumer.}} will give you:

A large brick oven-like structure, used for steaming wood until it can be bent into shapes which, once dried, will hold as formed.

... was a Steam Bender (of wood).
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-122.png|text=Steam Bender (of wood).}} will give you:

A collage of different styles, and sizes, or straw plaits. (This would work for a straw plait maker, a straw plait sewer, a straw hat sewer/maker, a straw plait dealer (one who buys and sells straw plaits), or anyone working with straw plaits.)

... was a straw plait sewer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-127.png|text=was a straw plait sewer.}} will give you:

A female hula dancer holds floral leis.

... was a hula dancer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-130.png|text=was a hula dancer.}} will give you:

The daughters of James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC, FRS (4 March 1715 – 13 April 1763): Lady Elizabeth Laura Waldegrave, Countess Waldegrave (1760-1816), who was a Lady of the Bedchamber to Charlotte, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of King George III (she married her cousin, thus retaining the same last name); Lady Charlotte Maria Fitzroy, Countess of Euston, née Waldegrave (1761-1808); and Lady Anna (1762–1801); occupied with their maidenly activities, including winding yarn, and crafting tambour lace; in a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds PRA FRS FRSA (16 July 1723 – 23 February 1792).

... was a tambour worker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-138.png|text=was a tambour worker.}} will give you:

A woman sits at a sewing machine on the right, while on the left a seamstress is making a fitting on another woman in the centre.  Several spools of thread, and a couple of needles are spread around.

... was employed as a dressmaker.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-141.png|text=was employed as a dressmake.}} will give you:

The letters GPO are enclosed by a curve-sided rectangle, and surmounted by a gold crown.

... was employed as a Civil Servant with the General Post Office.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-157.png|text=was employed as a Civil Servant with the General Post Office.}} will give you:

A sheep's head, rendered in gold colouration, faces left.

... was a sheep farmer.
  • {{Occupation|image=FIFW.jpg|text=was a sheep farmer.}} will give you:

The image of a woman using a hoe or a rake, is superimposed over the image of a soldier with a rifle.  The caption reads "Get behind the girl he left behind him".  This image was cropped from a recruitment posted for the British Women's Land Army for the Great War (1914-1918), and modified.

... was a member of the Women's Land Army.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-167.png|text=was a member of the Women's Land Army.}} will give you:

A sheaf of golden wheat, representing the Women's Land Army badge, set into a circular "frame", with the words "Women's Land Army" in the "frame".

... was a member of the Women's Land Army.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-168.png|text=was a member of the Women's Land Army.}} will give you:

A man stands behind a table with a number of paint cans upon it.  On the floor are some paint brushes, and another paint can.  On the large window behind him are the words "Pete's Paints for all your painting needs", and a stylised painter with brush in hand.

... was a painter.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-172.png|text=was a painter.}} will give you:

A silhouetted figure stands with both arms raised and outstretched.  In one hand is a Conductor's baton.  Above the figure is a musical staff, with a treble clef.  From the staff and clef extend colourful swirls, indicative of wondrous music being played.

... was an orchestra Contuctor.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-174.png|text=was an orchestra Contuctor.}} will give you:

The frontage of a classical style building, used as a 19th century English corn (grains of all kinds) exchange.  There is a loaded wagon in the street, piled with grain sacks.

... was a grain merchant.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-179.png|text=was a grain merchant.}} will give you:

The Goddess of Justice stands blindfolded, holding balancing scales in one hand, and a sharp sword in the other.  The blindfold signifies impartiality. (Lawyer, or Attorney, or Solicitor.)

... was a lawyer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-181.png|text=was a lawyer.}} will give you:

A whole lot of words related to design engineering are grouped above and below the words "design engineer".  The lot is superimposed on a background of mirrored "sea foam" because it reminded the creator of binary code images.

... was a Design Engineer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-183.png|text=was a Design Engineer.}} will give you:

Nursemaid with child. Nursemaid with child.

... was employed as a Nursemaid.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-193.png|text=was employed as a Nursemaid.}} will give you:

Nursemaid with infant. Nursemaid with infant.

... was a Nursemaid.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-194.png|text=was a Nursemaid.}} will give you:

Goldminer with pick. Goldminer with pick makes a lucky strike.

... was a goldminer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-196.png|text=was a goldminer.}} will give you:

Goldminer with pan, alongside a stream, one arm raised with a large gold nugget held high. Goldpanner finds a nugget.

... panned for gold.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-197.png|text=panned for gold.}} will give you:

Goldminer with pan, kneels alongside a stream, swishing the gravel looking for nuggets. Goldminer pans the stream.

... panned for gold.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-198.png|text=was a goldminer who panned for gold.}} will give you:

Silhouette of a person at a podium with a microphone. Speaker with microphone.

... worked in visual media.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-199.png|text=worked in visual media.}} will give you:

Two snow-and-ice-covered signposts stand in a polar landscape.  One points to the North Pole, the other to the South Pole. North Pole and South Pole directional signs.

... was a Polar Explorer.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-200.png|text=was a Polar Explorer.}} will give you:

A team of mules with a loaded wagon is being driven by a teamster. A loaded wagon and its teamster driver.

... was employed as a teamster.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-203.png|text=was employed as a teamster. }} will give you:

A "Firefighter cross" with a water hydrant on the right arm, a hook and ladder on the left, and a hook, ladder, pole, axe, and helmet in the centre.  The upper arm carries the word "fire", while the lower arm carries the word "department". A Firefighter "cross" badge.

... was employed as a Firefighter.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-202.png|text=was employed as a Firefighter. }} will give you:

A tailor is seated in the traditional cross-legged fashion on top of a table prominently placed in front of large windows. Tailor.

... was a Master Tailor.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-217.png|text=was a Master Tailor. }} will give you:

A tailor is seated on top of a table in the traditional fashion, working at his calling. Tailor.

... was a Master Tailor.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-218.png|text=was a Master Tailor. }} will give you:

Policeman ("Bobby" helmet). Policeman.

... was a Policeman.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP-271.png|text=was a Policeman. }} will give you:

Police Officer - no facial features to exemplify the officer is neither male, nor female, but stands for the law ("Bobby" helmet). Police Officer. Could also be used for End of Watch (see below)

... was a Police Officer.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-248.png|text=was a Police Officer. }} will give you:

L.E.O. (Law Enforcement Officer: neither male nor female) L.E.O. (Law Enforcement Officer: neither male nor female).

... was a Law Enforcement Officer.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP-272.png|text=was a Law Enforcement Officer. }} will give you:

The silhouette of the head and shoulders of a law enforcement officer ("Bobby" helmet). Law Enforcement Officer.

... was a Law Enforcement Officer.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-219.png|text=was a Law Enforcement Officer. }} will give you:

End of Watch

... was a Police Officer who was killed in the Line of Duty.
End of Watch: 26 September 1996
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-248.png|text=was a Police Officer who was killed in the Line of Duty.<br /> '''End of Watch:''' 26 September 1996 }} will give you:

A stylised black mourning ribbon is surrounded by a purple and white frame inside which are the words "Law Enforcement Officer End of Watch".  On the upper right corner of the frame is a smaller mourning ribbon.

... was a Law Enforcement Officer who was killed in the Line of Duty.
End of Watch: 12 March 1967
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-250.png|text=was a Law Enforcement Officer who was killed in the Line of Duty.<br /> '''End of Watch:''' 12 March 1967 }} will give you:

Chicago Police Badge. Chicago Police Badge

... was a Chicago Police Officer.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP-279.png|text=was a Chicago Police Officer. }} will give you:

The "bib" front, lapels, and bow tie of a dress suit. Butler or Waiter.

... was employed as a Butler.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-224.png|text=was employed as a Butler. }} will give you:

An artistic rendition of a man poling a barge or canal boat. Bargeman or Waterman

... was employed as a huffler (poleman) on barges.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-225.png|text=was employed as a huffler (poleman) on barges.}} will give you:

Wheelwrights at work. Wheelwrights at work.

... was employed as a Wheelwright.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-228.png|text=was employed as a Wheelwright.}} will give you:

Wheelwright at work. Wheelwright at work.

... was employed as a Wheelwright.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-229.png|text=was employed as a Wheelwright.}} will give you:

Brewers at work. Brewers at work.

... was a Master Brewer.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-230.png|text=was a Master Brewer.}} will give you:

Sailmakers at their task. Sailmakers at their task.

... was a Sailmaker.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-231.png|text=was a Sailmaker.}} will give you:

Pawnbroker's three balls symbol. Pawnbroker's symbol.

... was a Pawnbroker.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-233.png|text=was a Pawnbroker.}} will give you:

Licensed Victualler's Badge consisting of stylised grapes in the centre of a curved belt.  Upon the curve of the belt are the words "Licensed Victualler", separated by stylised grape leaves.  Another bunch of grapes is on the metal tip. Licensed Victualler's Badge.

... was a Licensed Victualler.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-235.png|text=was a Licensed Victualler.}} will give you:

A woman cradles a newborn baby in the foreground.  to the right of the pair is a somewhat battered medical bag.  In the background is a horse, its back covered with a blanket on which are the words "Midwife on the Move". Midwife on the Move.

... was a Midwife who travelled on horseback.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-242.png|text=was a Midwife who travelled on horseback.}} will give you:

A woman holding a rivet gun is working at a metal frame.  She is wearing a bandana on her head to keep her hair out of the way, and safety glasses. Female Riveter.

... was a Riveter during the Second World War.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-244.png|text=was a Riveter during the Second World War.}} will give you:

A woman in the left foreground is picking hops and dropping them into a large sack held by a rough wooden frame.  In the background, and to the side, are other pickers, while in the right foreground is a baby's cradle with a small child playing beside it. Hop Pickers.

... was a hop picker.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-245.png|text=was a hop picker.}} will give you:

The top of an oast house in the English county of Kent (as can be seen by the horse on the steeple, with a bunch of hops superimposed. Oast house with hops.

... was a hop picker.
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-246.png|text=was a hop picker.}} will give you:

Behind a chimney atop a house is the silhouette of a chimney sweep with his broom. Chimney sweep with broom

... was a chimney sweep.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-251.png|text=was a chimney sweep.}} will give you:

A figure in protective overalls and a studry welder's mask is making sparks fly. Welder at work.

... was a Welder.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-261.png|text=was a Welder.}} will give you:

A scuba diver toy.

... was a Scuba Diver.
  • {{Occupation|image=Moss-8155-9.jpg|text=was a Scuba Diver.}} will give you:

A black and white line illustration of a pottery kiln.

... was a Potter.
  • {{Occupation|image=Moss-8155-10.jpg|text=was a Potter.}} will give you:

A knife made by John Greenhough.

... was a Cutler.
  • {{Occupation|image=Moss-8155-11.jpg|text=was a Cutler.}} will give you:

A Spring knife made by John Greenhough.

... was a Cutler.
  • {{Occupation|image=Moss-8155-12.jpg|text=was a Cutler.}} will give you:

Abraham Lincoln's pocket watch and fob, c. 1850, etched in 1861 by watchmaker Jonathan Dillon in Washington, DC - National Museum of American History.

... was a Watchmaker
  • {{Occupation |image=ADWP2-294.png |text=was a Watchmaker}} will give you:




A quill pen in a bottle of ink sits beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-268.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A quill pen and a bottle of ink sit beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-270.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A quill pen and a bottle of ink sit beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-271.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A quill pen in a bottle of ink sits beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-272.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A quill pen and a bottle of ink sit beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-273.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

A bottle of ink sits beside a partially unrolled parchment sheet with "Poetry in Motion" written upon it.  A quill pen is in the process of inscribing a scroll beneath the words.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-275.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:

The word "Poetry" is above an open book.  Over the book is a quill pen, seemingly having just drawn a wavy line across the otherwise blank pages of the book.

... was a poet.
  • {{Occupation|image=ADWP2-276.png|text=was a poet.}} will give you:


HTML (and other) ICONS and SYMBOLS

£ (pound sign) née ‽ (interrobang (&# 8253 ;))
(wedding rings) 🕊 (dove) 🖇 (paperclips) 👪 (father+mother+child) ⚓ (anchor) 🎖 (medal) ♿ (wheelchair) 🏫 (books and apple) 🏟 (sports arena) 🏙 (city)
🔗 (link) 🌫 (water (wavy lines))💐 (bunch of flowers) 💫 (sparks) 🙏 (Praying) 👐 (hands / clap) 👶 (baby) 📚 (books) ★ (black star) ☆ (open, or white, star) ☘ (shamrock) (Chi Rho) ☙ (Reversed Rotated Floral Heart Bullet) ♬ (music note) 👣 👣 (feet)
(stress outlined white star) (open center black star) (outlined black star) (black center white star ) (pinwheel star) ✦ (Black Four Pointed Star)
🌟 Star (five point, yellow). Star (five point, yellow) 🌟 🌴 (Palm Tree) Ship Under Sail (with sea and background). Ship Under Sail (with sea and background) 🛪 🚢 (ship) Sailing Ship silhouette. Sailing Ship silhouette. 🛩 🚀 🚁 🚂 🚲
⛪ (church with steeple) ⛼ (gravestone) ⚰ (coffin) 🙌 (praise) 🎹 (piano keys) 🐦 (cardinal in flight) 🌺 (flower) 🌻 (sunflower) 🌼 (daisy) 🎈 (balloon) 🏡 (house) 🖼 (bunch of tulips) 🌳 (tree) 🌲 (conical tree) 🌴 (palm tree) 🚢 (ship) ⚖ (scales of justice) 🗟 (works for newspaper) 📜 (scroll (works for wills)) 📖 (open book (works for schooling/education)) 📝 (paper and pen/pencil (should do for census)) 📆 (calendar)



To post to someone's profile that they have been given a Wonderful Wikitreer accolade (so they get an email alert) use {{Wonderful WikiTreer|g2g=xxxxxx}} (surrounding it with two { curly braces } on both sides (and with the "question" number in place of the x's). For example {{Wonderful WikiTreer|g2g=860099}} would take you to https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/860099/melanie-paul-and-her-alien-mascot-are-wonderful-wikitreers and would show on the profile messages as:
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... ... ... is a Wonderful WikiTreer.




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Hi Melanie, I've made a few stickers that are a bit more Englishy (except the barber who is French :) ) and earlier for my own purposes, please feel free to share them. I'll be adding more when time permits. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Sticker_images
posted by Gill Whitehouse
edited by Gill Whitehouse
I've added a link to your page. Smile smilie (black and white).
posted by Melanie Paul
Question: Isn't a "steam bender of wood" a cooper? (or is that different). I was also looking for the sticker for "Wheelwright", and Brewer. and "Sail Maker" (one of my ancestors made sails for sailing ships but wasn't a sailor). Not sure if anyone is making stickers anymore?
posted by Larina Harper
edited by Larina Harper
A cooper was a specific trade - a maker or repairer of casks and barrels. Steam bending is a woodworking technique where wood is exposed to steam to make it pliable. The resulting wood could be used for different things, not just casks and barrels. A better explanation than I could give is on Wikipedia. I do have an image for a cooper up there ^, just not set out with the sticker code.

If you have a sticker image need, and you cannot find it on one of the space pages where people have such things, just send me a PM and I'll see what I can do. (I thought I had one for wheelwright, but don't see it here, so I'll check my image files. I may have simply forgotten to upload it. I also thought I had one for brewer, but don't see it, so I'll check my files.)

Sail Maker might be a little difficult, but I'll see what my late husband's image disks might have and see if I can adapt anything.

You are also more than welcome to do as Azure has done, and post an image so I can add it to the list.  :-)

posted by Melanie Paul
you are a woman of many talents Melanie. i will have a bit of a google and see what i can find. thanks for the explanation about the occupations:)
posted by Larina Harper
Melanie, i see your sail maker sticker and it looks great.. so now something to really challenge you i think. .:D .. i have a number of women in my family (early settlers from Scotland in about the `830s) anyway the 'occupation' was passed from generation to generation for a while.. that of... the midwife.. on horseback. Apparently (no idea how this stuff was communicated) a message would be taken to them, and they would pack a bag and jump on a horse and be gone for a while leaving their husbands and children to run the farm till they returned:D.
posted by Larina Harper
Little Imp is already prodding at Art Bug with an idea or two. I'll see what they come up with.
A small, Happy, Imp is lovingly feeding flowers to an Art Bug. It is clearly an Art Bug because it has paint palettes in place of normal wings, and brush heads for antennae — and it has paintbrushes on the leaf where it sits eating a flower. Art Bug has already started chomping on the flower it holds, because there is a bitten petal still partially hanging from its mouth. The Imp is clearly Happy, as it has a heart-shaped mouth, and its heart is visible on its chest. There are also several hearts floating across towards Art Bug. (inspired by an email conversation with Loretta Corbin (Leger-741).)
Happy Imp Feeds Art Bug

(inspired by an email conversation with Loretta Corbin.)

posted by Melanie Paul
I've added an image for a midwife who travels by horse. Not totally sure I'm satisfied with it, but it should do for now.
posted by Melanie Paul
Hi Mel,

I've emailed you some images.. no rush on them. I'm not sure if they are suitable anyway.. :D

posted by Larina Harper
Got the email, and responded.  :-)
posted by Melanie Paul
I know this is resurrecting an old discussion, but I've just been re-listening to (I don't need to watch these shows anymore, I've seen them a couple of dozen times or more) the Time Team specials and one of them (on boat building) has a section that reminded me of this discussion. Some way in on this youtube video is a section on steam bending of wood — in this instance for the building of a very large (sea-going) boat. The experimental archaeologists reconstruct a half-size "Dover Boat", and to get it as accurate as possible, they needed to bend some of the planks needed. Although their equipment was not what the boat builders of the past would have used (styrofoam?!), the technique would be similar. Of interest to me was just how short a time there was before the ability to bend the wood was done. Three (3) minutes!
posted by Melanie Paul
Hiya, Melanie!

here's another for ya:

... was a sheep rancher

image=FIFW.jpg

az

posted by Azure Robinson
edited by Azure Robinson
Hi Melanie!

Here is an image for religion=Jehovahs_Witnesses.png Thanks for the page and all your images! az

posted by Azure Robinson