Thank you Barbara for your reply. I wonder if a 'drawer' might be employed in the mills for pushing carts or tubs of materials around the mill. Goodness knows what an 'in giver' could be. In the census it applies to a 20 year old male.
An ingiver was a young child or person who held up a yarn thread so that the drawer could pull the yarn through the small eye the heddle wires with a small hook. The yarn threads had to be pull through in the correct order according to the pattern of the cloth to be woven.