The chamber maid was responsible for cleaning and maintaining the bedrooms
She would earn twenty pounds ($2,100) per year.
The parlour maid was responsible for cleaning and maintaining the sitting rooms, drawing rooms, etc. of the house. She would earn twenty pounds ($2,100) per year.
General was responsible for cleaning and maintaining any areas not covered by the chamber and parlour maids worker. Earned sixteen pounds ($1,700) a year.
Worked in either the house or the kitchen as needed. She would earn fifteen pounds ($1,600) a year.
The under cook was an apprentice to the cook. She/he prepares meals for the staff and assisted the cook for large banquets. Earned fifteen pounds ($1,600) per year.
The kitchen maid assists in kitchen work. She earned fifteen pounds ($1,600) a year.
Scullery maids worked in the kitchen, assisting the kitchen maids and the cook.
They were in charge of scrubbing pots and pans, and cleaning dishes and utensils after each meal of the day, as well as afternoon and evening tea. She earned thirteen pounds ($1,300) per year.
The laundry maid’s responsibility were – washing and ironing. She would earn thirteen pounds ($1,300) a year.