The old wharfinger
turned the letter over, looked at the front, back, and sides, made a microscopic examination of the fat little boy on the seal, raised his eyes to Mr.
It comprises five main sections: vessel, manifest, consignment, release details and wharfinger
Without these experiences, Coaker recalled in 1916, there would have not have been an FPU and "I would probably be working as a storekeeper or wharfinger
In furtherance to my idea, I applied to the late Mr Robson, Wharfinger
, Newcastle, for leave to try an experiment with one of his leaden vessels, which was granted.
Cornwall, cottage 7 days, save pounds 300 An early 19th century former captain's cottage, Wharfinger
, at Bude, Cornwall, sleeps ten.
She met my grandfather, Joseph Gunn, who was a wharfinger
(wharf owner) in North Shields, and they married, having one daughter and four sons, including my father Harold.
There were cottages for the workmen and a fine house for the wharfinger
, as well as inns and stables.