Jane Davis, 17 and her friend Maxine Hambleton, 18, brothers Eugene and Desmond Reilly, talented footballer James Craig, shop workers Marilyn Nash and Anne Hayes and wages clerk
Maureen Roberts were among a total of 11 people who died after the pub blast.
The fact you were an armature winder at Parsons, a wages clerk
at the GPO, a plater at Swans, on the kid's shoe counter at Shepherds or diesel a fitter at Davy Roll came out of your mouth a heartbeat after your name and a couple just before you proclaimed if you were black and white or red and white!
He explained this was cheaper than employing their own wages clerk
Alan was a petroleum chemist for 28 years and Marjorie worked as a barmaid, cleaner and wages clerk
. We have lived in Saltburn, Skelton and Marske.
By Olwen Dudgeon Court Correspondent email@example.com A WAGES clerk
who took PS120,000 from a Huddersfield firm has only PS13,000 left to pay back her employers.
THE LOWDOWN Also known as a wages clerk
or payroll administrator, these are the people who make sure we are paid the correct amount of money for the work we do and who ensure we are paid on time.
A former wages clerk
who lived in France until only last year has celebrated her 101st birthday at a residential care home in Cardiff.
My mother, Hilda Thompson, eventually became a wages clerk
at Vickers Armstrong at the Elswick and Scotswood works on the banks of the Tyne.
The family originally hailed from Edinburgh before moving to Merseyside in 1979 when John began work as a wages clerk
with Cammell Laird in Birkenhead.
The title of the Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths is in part a reference to her latest assignment, going undercover as a wages clerk
and a cleaner to uncover a gang that has masterminded a huge payroll fraud and committed murders to cover its tracks.
Pete first met Pat in 1959 at a weekly dance at Berkswell, not far from where she worked as a wages clerk
in Balsall Common.