In the 1891 Census of England and Wales for the household of James Jeans, Bermondsey, Southwark (RG12 piece 377 Folio 135 page 12), I can't read (1) the occupation of James Jeans and (2) the birthplace in Somerset, England of his wife Eliza. Can anyone help?
Updated: I'm wary of assuming that his occupation in 1891 is the same as in 1901 (although it does look likely on textual grounds). I'm even warier of assuming that her birthplace is given the same way in all censuses. I have other examples where -- in a single census record in a sequence -- a much more specific place of birth is specified, down to a particular building in the parish concerned, and I'm wondering if that's the case here.