For a story I'm writing There is max of 7 servants to this household one head servant For a wealthy family in 2020 would the servants and such still wear uniforms or no what would they wear?
research has proven that in the future, people would get bored of clothes and just simply cover their privates instead, so they would probably do that, the research has taken place in Yale university
No, Zita never married but remained all her life as a servant in the household of the wealthy Fainelli family in Lucca, Italy.
Life in Egypt was excellent if you were very wealthy. You owned a home and kept servants to take care of your children, cook, and clean. If you were not wealthy, you were often an indentured servant and relied entirely on the person who employed you.
There could be a number of reasons: 1. The ancient Egyptians were not a Prudish people. 2. the climate is hot and dry many servants probably felt more comfortable stripping off when doing hard household jobs or working in the kitchens which would have been very hot. This 3. Status it might just be that a servant or child, even a child of a wealthy family, were too low in status to wear clothes.
In a wealthy household, or in any household for that matter, the slaves did as they were told. The wealthy had more specialized slaves, such as secretaries, hairdressers, cooks, gamekeepers, wardrobe overseers, nurses or nannies, etc.
There was forty three servants on he Titanic. The wealthy took their servants along. The servants were given second class accommodations.
Headrights were paid to anyone who could afford to pay for the passage costs of an indentured servant. Numerous headrights could be given to the wealthy, if they paid for several passages. Giving the land to the wealthy, created an underclass of indentured servants who could never afford to buy their own land.
Wealthy people usually had large homes that needed servant to help run them. They therefore had servant quarters in them and stables for the horses etc.
everyone had servants, they where caled slaves. People who where considered animals, provided of food and a place to sleep.
Yes they would have had a combination of both working in their household doing allsorts of tasks such as cooking, baking bread, making beer, cleaning, washing clothes, serving food and entertaining. They also had gardeners; people making things such as clothing and furniture. Slaves also worked in the fields on the wealthy Egyptian's estate.
Although the wealthy women were not expected to do housework, they were still expected to watch over the running of the house and supervise the workers. A rich mother would have had servants to help care for her children and servants would do the housework.
Henry the King had 48 servants who served him. During his reign, it was common for wealthy members of the royal family to have servants in Britain.
There is a old English tradition where wealthy landowners, in order to ensure that their Christmases ran smoothly, their servants were allowed to take the 26th off to visit their families. The employers gave each servant a box containing gifts and bonuses (and sometimes leftover food).
If you were in a wealthy family, your servant would otherwise the mother.
Who be more likey to come to North america as an indentured servant a wealthy person or a poor person and Why?
A poor person would be more likely to become an indentured servant. A wealthy person wanting to migrate could pay for the ticket w/o becoming indentured.
If he was in a wealthy household, then the left overs.
Housewives, servants, and prostitutes, unless they were wealthy then they could do what they liked.
They lived very well with a rich diet and many servants
Jesters were servants, who were paid to entertain. Their work included anything that might be entertaining, ranging from juggling to insulting their lords and their guests at the dinner table. There were not very many people who were wealthy enough to have servants devoted to making fun in such ways, so jesters were usually servants of wealthy lords. As such they might have slept in the manor itself, as other servants often did. If they… Read More
What was the group of former indentured servants led by a wealthy frontier farmer that began an uprising?
No. You see indentured servants wanted to come to America, but did not have money to do so. So, a wealthy landowner of sorts would pay for this man to come to America. In return they would work for a certain number of years. And when they had paid of there debt, the landowner would grant them with land, tools, and money to get them started as American citizens.
A group of former indentured servants led by a wealthy frontiers farmer began uprising is called what?
The mayflower compact.
The ancient Chinese believed in an afterlife but imagined that it would be very similar to their life on Earth. They believed that people would have the same needs in the after life as they did when they were alive, which is why many people were buried with useful household items. In early times, the servants and families of wealthy people were expected to sacrifice themselves to accompany their master into the afterlife. Later, however… Read More
Wealthy people and members of the nobility had cooks who were servants, as did monasteries. Other people prepared their own.
The term 'nurse' in the Elizabethan era was used to describe what we would now call a 'nanny'. The nurse took care of the children of the wealthy. Social status - that of a servant. Money - minimal, but the nurse usually lived in the household and was provided with shelter and food. Dress - the clothing of the period. The nurse worked all hours needed.
She is a figurehead. Which means she is very wealthy, but only holds power over servants and such. No government functions.
Nothing (unless they were servants to a wealthy family, who would sometimes hand out small gifts to the help).
Large plantations, rice, indigo, indentured servants and black slaves, wealthy Virginians and Englishmen.
Traditionally when wealthy people in the United Kingdom would give a box containing a gift to their servants
it had four walls 2 windows 2 floors and a pot whole <3
You could loosely classify them as managers. They managed the household, sometimes more than one if they were wealthy. They oversaw most of the slaves, oversaw their children's education and marriages and many times aided their husband's business or political interests.
Washington declined the presidential salary wich was 25,000 dollars a year. He followed the public servant atitude since he was wealthy.
The Union Army always wore blue uniforms, while the Confederate Army always wore gray uniforms. The Confederate Army, however, were not as wealthy as the Union Army, and therefore couldn't always afford uniforms for all their soldiers. Many Confederates wore their own clothes during combat.
They are called indentured servants. People in England in the early times of America asked wealthy people to provide money for their passage. In return, the people would work for the wealthy person, with no pay, for a set upon amount of years, generally from 5 to 7. When the indentured servants were freed, they were given some food and a small parcel of land to start their own farms.
A man held the authority in most situations because he was classed as legally superior to a woman; however, it was often the man's wife who supervised the daily running of a household. The legal distinction is made clear in Domesday Book, where in almost all cases the male householders are recorded - but almost no women. Particularly in wealthy peasant and aristocratic households, a married woman wore a "chatelaine" on her belt - this… Read More
They use to eat pasta and dicks. Dicks was a popular type of meat that ws very luxorious to have at the table.
It is English, but originally comes from old French, meaning "one who bears the cup". A butler is, of course, a manservant in a wealthy household.
If you are referring to the famous play by william shakespeare , then they are a wealthy Italian family. Who have enough money to hold annual parties in their household.
The Egyptian`s used camels or they would just walk if they traveled on land.But if it was on water they had special boats that they made that were suprisingly light for the time,but most were for the wealthy like the pharaoh who had servants on his boat but those who fished for a living also had nice modes of transportation( minus the servants).
Visiting cards or calling cards were used (and are still used) by the wealthy social elite to announce their arrival at the home of another member of the wealthy social elite. Cards might also be used by some less wealthy pretenders who wanted to project an aura of being socially elite. You would present your card to the house servant who answered the door, or even better, have your foot servant present your card to… Read More
Find her story in Acts 16:13-15 and 40. This Woman of the Bible is mentioned in only two short passages, both in the book of Acts, but what is said tells us a lot about her. She is described as A dealer of purple cloth. Purple cloth was expensive and valuable as a sign of nobility or royalty so she was probably a wealthy businesswoman. From the city of Thyatira. This small city was known… Read More
For this answer, you should look at Bacon's Rebellion- Where Nathanial Bacon revolted against the governor of Virginia, attempting to burn down all of Jamestown. The reason the former indentured servants threatened the elit is because Bacon's mob was comprised of jaded indentured servants (who were getting the short end of the stick when it came to land) and African slaves. After the uprising, none of the wealthy settlers wanted to hire indentured servants, so… Read More
Servants and slaves in ancient Egypt worked in the houses of the wealthy. They cooked, served food, cleaned, washed clothes and entertained members of the family. Remember there were no modern labour saving devices and household jobs had to be done by hand. It was hard graft. They were usually fairly treated, adequately clothed, housed and fed. Many slaves were less fortunate, forced to do humiliating, degrading and often dangerous work such as working on… Read More
Anyone not born into an aristocratic noble family was classed as non-noble or peasant. This covers a huge range of people, some of whom were more wealthy than the nobles. So the wife of a mercer (merchant) would be classed as a peasant woman, but she could be extremely wealthy, rule a large household with servants and wear expensive clothes. The wife of a freeman would be somewhere in the middle of the peasant class… Read More
Thomas Jefferson was the son of a wealthy plantation owner. He lived a life of privilege that allowed him to get the finest education, travel leisurely, and be taken care of by servants and slaves.
1.) wealthy Virginians and Englishmen 2.) large plantations 3.) rice, indigo. 4.) indentured servants and slaves
Wealthy white Christian males owned plantations in colonial North Carolina and also owned many African American slaves or indentured servants.
The Headright system involves a legal grant of land to citizens. Most were between 1 and 1,000 acres and were used in several of the Thirteen Colonies including Georgia. Headrights were given to anyone who could afford to pay the passage of an indentured servant. Giving the land to the landowners took away the chance for servants to ever gain any land of their own. This kept many colonials poor and led to strife between… Read More
The Plebeians of Rome lived in small houses with little or no servants/slaves. Lived in poor conditions. the end!!!!! =) But that's only some of them. The wealthy ones lived in larger houses with a staff of slaves to wait on them just as all wealthy Romans. The plebeians, just as the patricians, lived according to their means.
Slaves are those people who do not choose to work, but are forced to by a master or slave owner, usually indefinitly or for a very lenghtlly period of time. An example would be a Egyptian slave or an African-American slave in the United States prior to the American Civil War (1861-1885). An indentured servant are those people who choose to work, usually to pay off some form of debt. Then once the debt is… Read More
From the earliest times to the time of the New kingdom men of all classes wore a simple kilt made from linen. Wealth was usually displayed by a wig and jewelry. In the New Kingdom clothes for wealthy men and women became wore elaborate. Wealthy men began to pleat their kilts with older men wearing them longer than the younger men. Robes also began to be worn over the kilt. Jewelry and wigs became more… Read More