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Kedger Fisherman
Keeker Colliery official who checked quantity and quality of coal output or weighman
Keeler / Keelman Bargeman (from keel, a flat bottomed boat)
Keeper Controlled the quantities of ore and fuel, regulated the blast and tapped the molten metal from the furnace
Kempster Wool comber
Kiddier Skinner or dealer in young goats
Kilner Limeburner, in charge of a kiln
Kisser Made cuishes and high armour
Knacker Harness maker, buyer of old horses and dead animals
Knappers Dressed and shaped flints into required shape and size
Kneller / Knuller Chimmney sweep who solicited custom by knocking on doors
Knocker-Up Man paid to wake up northern mill and factory workers on early shifts
Knockknobbler Dog catcher
Knoller Toller of bells