1) Distinct from a baker, a person who sold bread.

In York, in the fifteenth century, those who sold bread were apparently distinct from bakers since members of both occupations paid fines in 1475-6 for having inaccurate weights. De Thoma Rawson baker pro defectu ponderis

De uxore Johannis Sharpe ... bredeseller pro defectu ponderis. A by-name provides an earlier reference: 1463 De Agnete Bredeseller pro stallagio suo hoc anno viijd, York.

dates 1463 1475-1476 1700

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