A compositor was a person who arranged type for printing: they worked on the newspapers in Fleet Street,
A cordwainer made a variety of goods from fine soft leather. It generally refers to a maker of fine luxury shoes and boots.
A hatter was a person who made and sold hats.
A hawker is a person who travels about selling goods, typically advertising them by shouting
I have been unable to find out what this occupation is, at a guess they made lamps?
Jane Tidridge born Bishops Waltham in 1844 (daughter of Henry and Ann Tidridge) and living in Portsea in 1891 were both described as Monthly nurse.
A monthly nurse looked after mothers and babies during the first month following childbirth
A periwig maker was someone who made gentleman’s wigs.
A staymaker made corsets; prior to the 19th century; corsets were called stays.
A turnkey is an archaic term for a warder in a gaol or prison.
A stevedore is a person employed at a dock to load and unload ships.