He was a Navy stoker ready to board the fatal expedition, when a last minute order by his Captain to forgo the operation and remain ashore saved his life.
The victim of the gunshots was a stoker in a local brewery, an innocent working-class man, with a pregnant wife and six children.
a mechanical stoker
Stamp's father was a stoker on the Thames boats and the family lived in the East End in near penury.
He was sometimes a hard drinker and a staunch trade unionist who came to Australia as a stoker in 1910 and jumped ship.
A hydro-static lubricator in the cab supplies the booster and the stoker .
By chapter 20, when he meets the bereaved man on the platform at Euston, he is ‘a-doin pretty well’ working as a stoker on the railway service running between London and Birmingham.
One was of a stoker billeted in Collingwood Block who awoke one night to see his blanket held up at the end of his bed with no visible means of support!
She looked back at her brother who was glaring deadly at the man, he picked up the fire stoker and pointed it at the man, ‘Hurt her, and I will kill you.’
His singing career started when he was working as a stoker in a glass factory in his hometown of Huzhou in neighbouring Zhejiang Province.