Cottager

Some articles on cottager, cottagers:

Cottage - In Britain
... and small holding would be known as a cottager ... of Parliament removed the right of the cottager to hold land ... According to the Hammonds in their book The Village Labourer before the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer with land and after the Enclosures Act the cottager was a ...
Stuga - In Britain
... the owner of the cottage and small holding would be known as a cottager ... Over the years various Acts of Parliament removed the right of the cottager to hold land ... to the Hammonds in their book The Village Labourer before the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer with land and after the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer without land ...
Dependency and The Lower Orders - Serfdom's Class System - Bordars and Cottagers
... of 1086, uses bordarii (bordar) and cottarii (cottager) as interchangeable terms, cottager being derived from the native tongue whereas bordar being derived from the ... The status of bordar or cottager ranked below a serf in the social hierarchy of a manor, holding a cottage, garden and just enough land to feed a family ... However, the later Enclosures Act, removed the cottagers right to any land, "before the Enclosures Act the cottager was a farm labourer with land and after the ...
Sedgebrook - History - Census Information
... Farm Labourer (23), Servant (15), Farmer (8), Cottager (5), Shoemaker (2), Carpenter (2), Grocer (2), Gardener (2), Publican (1) (The Red Cow?) Dean of ... Labourer (17), Labourer's Wife (16), Cottager's Wife (10), Cottager (9), Carter (7), House Servant (6), Housekeeper (5), Field Boy (4), Agricul Labourer (4 ...